• Dr. Mike Routt


On behalf of our church family, I extend our love, sympathy, and prayer support to the family of Julie Chase in her "homegoing" to heaven. Julie was 44 years old.

Julie endeared herself to our church family by her warm, innocent, caring, and genuine spirit. She loved JESUS, our church family, and Nancy Putnam. Nancy was her Sunday School teacher. Nancy made a huge difference in Julie's life through her teaching and her love for Julie. Nancy invested so much of her love and her life into Julie's. GOD has so uniquely gifted Nancy with a heart towards special-needs adults, and it showed in her relationship with Julie.

I loved to watch Julie engage in worship! She was so energetic, so genuine, so real in her worship of GOD. It really blessed my life!! Julie occasionally came forward during the public invitation. She was so sincere when she came to ask me to pray with her or for her. I always enjoyed greeting Julie after the morning worship service! She always had a smile on her face. She enjoyed wearing her Denver Bronco shirt and her Denver Bronco coat. Julie was just precious!

Visitation has been scheduled for Tuesday night, May 25 from 3:00-7:00 pm at Memorial Gardens at the corner of Academy Boulevard and Airport Road. Julie Chase's celebration of life service will be held on Wednesday morning, May 26 at 10:00 am in the chapel at Memorial Gardens. Be sure to remember the family in prayer!

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