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Juliet Wharton

Juliet Allison "Julie" Wharton

October 25, 1965 - July 6, 2020
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Obituary

JULIET ALLISON WHARTON (October 25, 1965 - July 6, 2020)

God saw you getting tired,

And a cure was not to be;

So he put his arms around you,

And whispered, Come to me.

With tearful eyes we watched you, And saw you pass away;

Although we loved you dearly,

We could not make you stay.

A golden heart stopped beating,

Hard working hands to rest.

God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best.

~Frances & Kathleen Coelho

Heaven gained an angel with the passing of Juliet A. Wharton to pancreatic cancer. Julie is survived by her loving parents, Gloria and Harold Wharton of Olmsted Falls, Ohio, her brother-in-law and sister, Donald and Nancy Hipp and her two children, Michael Ryan and Sarah Ann. She also leaves a wide circle of great friends, co-workers & neighbors.

Julie grew up in Cleveland but made her life in Cincinnati. She was a ballet dancer as a young girl and almost danced professionally but chose instead to go to college. A graduate of Ohio Northern University, Julie was a sister in Delta Zeta sorority. She earned degrees in Psychology and Business.

Julie was a fierce, loving mother who advocated for her childrens educations by helping her school district implement Dyslexia tools into their IEPs. She was proud to have made positive changes in this regard and viewed it as one of her great accomplishments.

Julie had unending energy, a curious spirit and a work ethic to be envied. She worked hard as a single Mom throughout her life to support her family and was valued at all her workplaces for her brilliance and dedication. She left us as a happy employee of ORourke Wrecking where she had many great friends.

Outside of work she loved to bake, listen to Christmas music, watch Hallmark movies, attend church, sun at the beach and visit the Smoky Mountains. She also enjoyed visiting The Biltmore and cherished her childhood family trips to Nagshead, NC. She loved to hike and was always up for adventure. She was kind and wonderful and will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Out of consideration for the health and well-being of her friends and family, remembrances will be limited to the T.P. White & Sons Funeral Home website. Interment will occur at a family only graveside ceremony at the Woodvale Cemetery in Middleburg Hts, Ohio at a date yet to be determined.

Those who wish to honor Julies memory are encouraged to do so by donating in her name to the

Cincinnati Childrens Dyslexia Center

https://www.childrensdyslexiacenters.org/tutoring_location/ohio-cincinnati/
Or to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network https://www.pancan.org/

We encourage friends and family to post pictures, stories and fond memories of Julie. We would like to celebrate her life and share with one another. There are also keepsake prayer cards available for those who would like one. Please send your name & address to hippnancy@outlook.com and one will be sent to you. Thank you.
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Leanne Sater Esch

Posted at 07:56pm
Julie was one of my oldest friends. I remember coming over to “play” through the years many times. First being greeted by her cute dog, then seeing her mom often at the piano giving lessons. We would quietly head to her bedroom which was always very tidy. We might have gone to the family room to play games, or to her ballet studio in the back. There would often be fresh baked cookies. Julie’s birthday parties always had fun games. My favorite was one where we had to drop a clothes pin in a jar. I recall a necklace she gave me for my fifth birthday that was gold with a small pendant that held three purple beads that were loose in a small enclosure. I loved it!

I remember calling one time in about fifth grade and asking her if she could come over to play. She politely told she would come over, but now that we were getting older we really shouldn’t say “come over to play” and rather just “come over”. She was way more sophisticated than me!

We spent most mornings in jr. high and high school waiting for the bus together. We would set our trapper keeper, stack of folders, and books on the ground (because we were too old for book bags and no one would dare have a back pack!) and we’d jump around trying to keep warm talking about everything.

Julie was very talented, always kind, and very smart. She managed very good grades and it amazed me how she did so well in school while balancing her ballet training in the evenings downtown Cleveland, often coming home late.

After we headed to college I recall coming over to visit and catching up on our lives. She loved Ohio Northern and was very proud of her sorority. I showed me all her fun DZ decor in her bedroom.

Near the end, she was always positive and hopeful. I recently sent her a little heart shaped pillow to remind her everyone was thinking of her and that she was loved by many.

May you Rest In Peace, Julie. My deepest condolences to the Wharton family. Leanne Sater Esch
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Sharon O’Rourke

Posted at 07:00pm
I will always remember your strength and courage as you faced your struggles on a daily basis. You fought a good fight, and you finished the race. Enjoy your final reward. You earned it. Rest high on the mountain Dear Julie!
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Posted at 05:06pm
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Marie Upton

Posted at 09:44pm
I met Julie at Coney Island the summer of 2017 . From that point forward we became friends who walked weekly, shared life stories, traveled and generally had fun! I will miss our walks , trips to Coney, kings island ,the zoo and our nightly talks . She was just the best and will be sorely missed.
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Nancy Hipp Posted at 02:46pm

Marie - thank you for being such a wonderful friend to my sister and for introducing her to Greg! He is such a great person. She cherished her time with you, and spoke often of your great conversations at Coney and on your long walks. I LOVE these photos. This is how she should be remembered - happy and out doing things like she wanted! Thank you for posting.
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