Memories of Julie Higginson


Dear Julie, just met you in the Starbucks (Target) in Plymouth whilst working in MN. You touched my life from day one. Thank you. Rest in peace!  

– Trilo Das

Hey Brad, I saw Erin’s post about Julie. Just wanted to say I’m thinking about you and I hope you and your kids are able to spend time remembering all the wonderful times you had with her. 

– Carly, Sugar Lake Neighbor

It was so fun to pull out photos of events and great memories with Julie. Sending love to you and the kids. She was a warrior, through and through. We honor her with our actions.

– Tricia Hayden

Brad, there are no words so I won’t try. We are relieved the suffering is over, but so saddened by this disease and the wonderful person it stole from us. Please consider yourself hugged. 

– Dr. Miller, Plymouth Neighbor

Good morning, Brad, I can’t stop thinking of Julie and how hard she had to fight every single day. I will miss her but I am happy for her and she is better now.

– “King” William, Julie’s Favorite Caregiver at HarborChase

I am so sorry, Brad. What a great lady and friend. I cry for her and you and hope she rests in peace.

– Dr. Smid

I just heard about Julie. I am so sorry for your family. Please accept my sincere condolences. I know she suffered a lot with great dignity but I’m sure she’s in a better place now. You are in my prayers. 

– Manos, Co-Worker

This message is with gratefulness and sadness, Julie. In your seven year journey, you fought like a tiger. It was so special spending days and hours with you in Sarasota last month. We will be together again down the road.

– Anita Milnes

Julie called on the surgeon I worked with many years ago. I have never known anyone that could light up a room and have the zest for life that Julie did! So many memories. My life was blessed by knowing Julie and her incredible strength. You are all in my thoughts and heart.

– Mary Fitzgerald (Spaight)

I’m so so very sorry for the loss of Julie…. Your family has been in my prayers during this difficult journey and I know she is now fully restored to her perfect self, dancing with those skinny legs up in Heaven.

– Wendy Immel Myers

Julie was the gift I got to call my sister. We held each other up through life, and she was my blessing. Toward the end of her journey, I told her that I looked forward to having her as an angel to guide me, after she was free from the body that no longer served her.

– Amy Peters (Forhan)