Julia J. Pierrepont II

Julia J. Pierrepont II

On the morning of Aug. 27, 2019 Julia J. Pierrepont II, went to join our Lord.

Born April 15, 1933 in San Diego, California to USN Commander John Jay Pierrepont II and Mary A. Scott Pierrepont. She is survived by her youngest sister Kathryn Reed Pierrepont Winter of Switzerland. Her 10 children; Maria Maldonado of Hawaii, Dr. Tina Stromsted of California, Vera Stromsted of New York, Julia Stromsted Tiberi of California, Krys Stromsted of Idaho, Lily Stromsted Norton of Florida, KatyStromsted Peyree of Oregon, Tami Haseltine-Stromsted of Oregon, Victor Geiger and Jay Geiger of Idaho. She is also survived by 10 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren.

Julie’s love for her children and grands was deep and true, sharing our adventures with pride.

Coming from a long line of Military background, her patriotism was strong she made it her duty to “Thank” all veterans with a smile, a handshake and a hug every day.

The faith, love, and compassion she shared with her church family at 1st Baptist Community was never ending.

Julie loved to share the adventures of reading with all and was proud to be part of the Smart Reading at Kalmiopsis Elementary for the past 12 years.

A strong supporter of VVA of Curry County, a Lions member, Grange member, Life Time member of VFW Aux, Gov. award for Volunteer of the Year in Montana, active Emblem member and has two Presidential Citations for her giving heart.

Mom was proud of her heritage but lived life her way! Always there for her Veterans as an active volunteer since 1965, with a smile, warm heart and willing to help all in her beloved community, anyway she could.

Her creative hands knitted with love for hundreds of children here and abroad.

Mom never made her adventure to Ireland, but flourished here in Harbor - in her many shades of GREEN!!

In lieu of flowers, please recognize and support: VVA of Curry County, Smart Reading at Kalmiopsis Elementary, Brookings, or for 1st Baptist Community Church.

A Memorial will be held on Nov. 2, 2019 at the Event Center in Brookings from 12 -4 p.m.

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