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Llameg JulieLLAMEG, Julieta Santos 'Julie' - On Sunday, February 16, 2020 God let the most wonderful woman in our lives rest in peace.

Julie as she's more commonly known, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving husband, Flory; children - Ferdinand and Freida; nephew by blood Ferds; and niece by marriage, RJ.

Her last few weeks were spent with joy and laughter with her family, including her daughter-in-law, Crispina, soon to be son-in-law, Marvin with his sister, Cindy, and of course her ever-protective pet and "bunso" (youngest), Mylo. Julie was embraced by love that was pure and everlasting.

Julie was the backbone of her family with a smile that could brighten up the darkest of rooms. She was kind-hearted, sweet and compassionate. She enjoyed loving and caring for her family. She loved to cook, do Zumba, listen and sing to music, and had a special fondness for dogs.

She finished her race as a Deaconess in the Iglesia Ni Cristo - Church of Christ. She was an active member of the Church with unwavering faith and fervour. Julie, along with her husband, raised a God-fearing household and also encouraged them to be active members in the Church.

To many, she was an aunt, a cousin, a dear friend, someone who they all can confide in, and share laughs and stories with.

She was a caring daughter and sister, always thinking about her family before herself.

To Mylo, she was his cuddle buddy, his personal chef, and his favourite companion.

To her children, she was a loving and supportive mother, their best cheerleader, always teaching them to achieve dreams bigger than they could ever imagine. She was their shoulder to cry on and could turn the worst days to the best of days. She was incredibly funny and had the best laugh. Julie was an exemplary mother with the biggest heart who enjoyed giving her whole-being to her family.

To her husband, she was the love of his life, his “Mahal” (love), his inspiration and his best friend. To paraphrase one of their favourite songs - the world may change his whole life through, but nothing will ever change the pure love that Julie has shared with him.

Julie will always be remembered for her sweet heart, her comforting touch, her thoughtfulness, her cheerful presence and her unwavering faith. Julie was and will always be the inspiration and motivation of her family. Her memories will continue to live on with her family and with the many lives she has touched.

Visitation will be held at Highland Funeral Home, Scarborough on February 21st from 6:00 PM - 09:00 PM and on February 22nd from 6:00 PM - 09:00 PM, A Time to Remember will take place at the funeral home on February 23rd from 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM.