Julie J. Moon (Walker/Frampton) passed away unexpectedly on Dec. 8, 2014, at her home in Warden, Washington.
Julie was born Dec. 22, 1967, to Diana and Richard Walker in Kennewick. Julie had two children, Rebecca (Walker) and Robert Moon, who were her entire world and her pride and joy. Julie spent most of her life in southeast Washington and northeast Oregon. She was a certified nursing assistant for 15-plus years and graduated from Charter College with an associate’s degree in medical billing and coding.
Julie enjoyed the great outdoors and wasn’t afraid to get dirty. She loved her grandchildren and took pleasure in watching them grow. She had a giving heart and a contagious laugh. She was a beautiful person inside and out and everyone around her enjoyed being a part of her life. No matter who you were, Julie would do anything to help you. She was the type of woman who’d give you her last penny or food if you were hungry.
Julie is going to be deeply missed. She touched a lot of lives in her short existence, but her memory will live on.
Julie was preceded in death by her parents, Diana and Richard Walker. She is survived by her children Rebecca Walker of Gold Creek, and Robert (Katie) Moon; brothers Bill Walker and Jason Wentworth; grandchildren Joslynn Ruiz, Preston and Mason Ezell, Myka Moon, Kyle and Aaron; grandmother Bernita Givens; nephews Richard and Zack Walker; partner Todd Bundrant; and numerous cousins, aunts, uncles and cherished friends.
A celebration of Julie’s life will be announced at a later date.