Julia Marie Arturo

2019-07-05T07:39:46+00:00

In Loving
Memory

Julia Marie Arturo

Jan 03, 1989 – Jan 02, 2017

ARTURO, Julia Marie “Julie,” of Richmond, died Monday, January 2, 2017, at the age of 27.

Julie was born on January 3, 1989, in Baton Rouge, LA, and moved with her family to Richmond in 1997. For many years she was a competitive Highland Dancer at the Premier Level. Julie graduated from Mills Godwin High School in 2007 and attended Jacksonville University and Virginia Commonwealth University, where she studied nursing. She completed her AA degree in Nursing at J. Sergeant Reynolds Community College in December 2016 and became a Registered Nurse. She was a member of the Delta Delta Delta Sorority. Julie worked as a sales associate at GNC Nutrition and was a Crisis Text Line Volunteer Counselor. She had accepted employment at Henrico Doctor’s Hospital Emergency Department.

She is survived by her parents, Charles John and Mary Catherine Hart Arturo; her brother Stephen Charles Arturo and his wife, Victoria, of Yorktown, VA; her aunt and uncle, Patricia Hart and Charles Jackson Harrill, Jr.; her nephews William Arturo and Jacob Arturo; and her cousins Charles Jackson Harrill III and Kenneth Andrew Harrill.

A Requiem Holy Eucharist will be held 11:00am Monday, January 9 at St. Alban’s Anglican Church, 4006 Hermitage Rd. Richmond, VA 23227. The family will receive guests in the Parish Hall from 10-11:00. A family graveside service will be held that afternoon at the Hart Family cemetery at Roseneath in Gum Spring, VA.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a nursing scholarship in Julie’s memory at Reynolds Community College, P.O. Box 26924, Richmond, VA 23261-6924. Or, by visiting www.reynolds.edu/givenow

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2 Comments

  1. Catherine Leach July 16, 2019 at 9:32 am - Reply

    Julie was such a wonderful friend to my daughter, Caroline, and I was always so happy to welcome her into our home. My family and I always enjoyed her company and we are grateful for all the memories we have of her. Julie projected warmth, grace, friendliness and a confidence rarely seen in such a young person. I remember so well when Julie used to park her Jeep in our cul-de-sac to take Caroline on a shopping trip or a lunch/dinner date with friends. Whenever they went on a night out on the town to the Richmond art exhibits or the Cary Street shopping district they always enjoyed themselves and attracted the admiring glances of those around them. Knowing Julie was a privilege. She was truly the best friend anyone could hope for.

  2. Carolyn Getsie and Janet Turner Famiies July 16, 2019 at 9:33 am - Reply

    Sending you our prayers and condolences. We are so sorry for your loss.

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