Services for Julia “Julie” Marie Bromley will be Saturday, August 28, at 2 pm, at St. Stephen United Methodist Church, 4600 S Western, Amarillo, Texas.
Julia Marie Bromley entered this world on September 30, 1939, in Hartley, Texas. Her parents were Tommie and Mary (Miller) Bromley. She graduated in 1957 from Palo Duro High School. Julie was active in many organizations, a few being American Heart Association, Mended Hearts, Inc., Beta Sigma Phi, and she volunteered at Victims Assistance Program. She organized many church and school activities, one of which was the Palo Duro Class of 1957 Reunions for many years. Her clerical career included St. Anthony’s Hospital, the City of Amarillo, and Texas State Hospital.
She had an amazing memory and could tell you stories in such detail and depth that you would feel like you had been present. She was an avid reader, and her many cookbooks and Facebook recipe posts testify to her love of cooking. She was a wonderful friend to many, and that love and friendship was returned to her by the precious friends who helped her to be able to live independently and stay in her home.
Julie is preceded in death by her father Tommie Bromley; her mother Mary Bromley Walker, and stepfather Benton Walker; her uncle and aunt Lloyd and Wanelle Miller, who she considered her second parents, and cousin Jim Miller.
She is survived by her cousins, Clif Miller and wife Barbara of McKinney Texas; sister-in-law Irene Miller of Osage Beach Missouri; Ken Miller of Granbury Texas, and Donna Lenz and husband Chuck, of Bushland.
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the American Heart Association.
Julie I will never forget you and the times we shared. I’m so glad you are no longer suffering. God Bless you
Jules, I’m so glad we got a chance to chat not too long ago. You will forever be in my heart and soul. Your loving nature and gentle ways of correction have changed many lives. Fly high my friend. DeColores.
Julie took me under her wings at Quail Creek (SanJacinto) Baptist in the Singles class years ago. She encouraged me and always shared her wisdom in a sensitive way. She was a blast to be around and I have many fond memories of our time together. Fly high Jules, I’ll always love you!