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Obituary for Julianne Demitro

Julianne  Demitro
Julianne (Julie) Demitro
It is with great sadness that after a short, but tough battle with aggressive stage 4 cancer Julie passed away with family by her side on Monday September 17th 2018 at Campbell House Palliative (Collingwood, Ontario).
Close to Julie’s heart was her family and her friends.
Her Beloved children will miss her. Deanne Deschamps (Michael), Mark Deschamps (Patricia), and Joseph Spoljar (Krystal)
She was also a Stepmother to more.
She will be also be dearly missed by her siblings, David Demitro (Karen), Carol Tracey (Brian), Joanne Herdsman, Rosie Demitro (Vivian), Nancy LeBlond (George)
She was also a loving grandmother to, Shane Young , Isabella Thompson, Lea Pitcher and Luke Mignardi
She was predeceased by her loving parents, Stephen (Stevie) Demitro and Veronica (Bonnie) O’Neil Demitro.
Julie was also an aunt, a cousin, a friend, a co-worker, and a friendly to face to many, far and wide.
Julie was born in Windsor Ontario, and had over her younger years, lived in many different cities and provinces, but specifically chose Wasaga Beach Ontario as her home, as this best represented who she was.
Julie was a free “gypsy” spirit to whom many people in Wasaga beach would have encountered her over the years while she was either working in the community or would have see her in town powerwalking or cycling through. She was always a friendly face ready for chitchat or a funny story.
Julie had dreams of her retirement and living in a house in the country, “off the grid”. She wanted to give her children the world, but more importantly just wanted everyone to “be happy”.
She was very interested in health, wellness, movies and music and would discuss either in depth to whomever had the same passions.
Julie was also a buff for nature and history and the non-establishment. She always believed in a better way for things to be and never accepted the status quo.
Julie worked hard and was often likened to “Mighty Mouse”, for her small stature, large strength and a big personality.
Julie lived and died on her own terms the best she could and she did it with fire.
There will be a celebration of life in her honor in 2019 in Wasaga Beach Ontario, the dates are to be determined and will be communicated to family and friends at a later date organized by Deanne Deschamps. There will be no formal service at this time.
Honorable mentions and if you wish to donate in Julie’s honour;
Campbell House Palliative care, as their care went above and beyond, full of medical staff that care for our loved ones like no other, with respect, care and dignity and love.
The Canadian Cancer society

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