Julie
JULIE HARDING SKINNER December 12, 1961- June 27, 2011 Julie was the eldest of four children and was born in Quincy Massachusetts. Julie was the child of an Air Force step-father and as a result at the age of 12 moved to Germany until the age of 16, then moved to Edwards Air Force Base in California and attended Desert High school. After high school she attended UCLA and worked part time at Straw Hat Pizza. She went to work at Games Unlimited, met and married Larry Skinner and continued to attend school. After Games Unlimited, she worked for several prestigious law firms including Manat & Phelps for 10 years, then took the knowledge she gained and applied for and was appointed to a Financial Investigator position in the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office. Hobbies included Karaoke, Cats, Coupons and Reading. Julie is survived by three sons, Tyco, Curtis and Rigel, her Mom Betty Anderson, her Uncle Tom Crossman, siblings Keith, Danny, and Christine, and nephews Kyle and Jason and a host of friends and family members who loved her.

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  1. I will truely miss Julie, one of the most kindest people that I had the honor of knowing. She was loved by everybody she knew and will be missed even more.

  2. Julie, may you share your beautiful smile and angelique voice with God’s angels in heaven. Going to Karaoke at the DR will never be the same, but know that all of us will always keep you in our hearts! Jeff & Nelly

  3. Julie, thank you for your kindness, humor and wisdom. Such sadness knowing we will never experience more such moments with you. I feel good knowing that you are not suffering anymore with your health but my heart breaks for your Mom and beautiful boys that you were so proud of and rightfully so. You touched all of us.you will be missed.

  4. Julie, You have so many friends that will miss you but I know that what you believe in and your basic essence will live forever in “the boys” and everyone that they effect. You have made a difference in this world. I know that I will never be the same.

  5. May God comfort your entire family through this time of grief and sorrow, and may He continue to bless each and every one of you. I will always remember the great fun and joyful times that I shared with Julie singing our hearts out at the DR. Julie, I will truely miss you. Love Always, “Fay”

  6. Julie you will be truly missed! My brother and his kids adored you! Thank you for making him happy and for bringing them closer. Rest for some day we will see each other again!

  7. In just the short while I knew Julie she made a great impact on me. She was a great,caring, and loving person. I am glad that I had the opportunity to get to know her. I’m thankful that she was able to be a part of her niece’s (Gabby) life. She will be greatly missed and remembered by all of us.

  8. To Betty and Julie’s sons: My thoughts and prayers are with you. I know the Lord will make you strong so that you all can go forward and carry on the way she would have wanted you to.

  9. God Bless you Julie. Rest in Peace knowing that your job here was well done. Keep smiling beautiful angel.

  10. Stephen and family send their heartfelt condolences to Julie’s family. She left the world too soon. Julie was my co-worker and my good friend. Her smile and love for her family and the Lakers always gave us something to laugh and talk about. I will always remember Julie in my heart. I know she is smiling and looking down at us in the heaven above. She will be forever missed and I know for me that going to work will never be the same.

  11. Julie…I will always remember the great times we had in high school. All the boy troubles and all the gossip. You were one of the sweetest people I’ve known. I’m glad we were able to get together for the 30th reunion and at your Mom’s bar. I know you’ll keep an eye on your boys. They were your world. God Bless!!!

  12. Darling the kids are alright and the cats are cared for…. you can sleep now. Loving you All Ways lry

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