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Julie Ann Zambie Williams

December 3, 1988 — May 18, 2024

Monroe

Julie Ann Zambie Williams

A funeral mass celebrating the life of Julie Ann Zambie Williams, 35, of Monroe, LA will be held at 11:00 AM Thursday, May 23, 2024, at Jesus the Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Monroe, LA with the Very Rev. Peter Mangum officiating. Interment will follow in Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery, under the direction of Mulhearn Funeral Home. The family will be receiving family and friends from 10:00 AM until service time in Moore Hall at Jesus the Good Shepherd. 

Julie passed away on May 18, 2024, at her residence after a sudden illness. She was born in Monroe on December 3, 1988, to Mike and Vicki Zambie. Julie graduated from Episcopal High School in Alexandria, VA, where she was the captain of the tennis team. Julie decided to pursue her studies at The University of Georgia in Athens. She graduated from UGA in 2011 with a B.S. Degree in Economics. Julie was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority where she formed many lifelong friendships. After graduating, Julie lived in Washington, DC, where she found success as a marketing analyst. In 2019, Julie moved home to Monroe to marry the love of her life, Alan. On January 6, 2021, Julie and Alan welcomed John Alan who completed their family.       

Julie was preceded in death by her grandparents, Allene Tonore Zambie and James A. Zambie; Edna Julie Canady and Oather Otis Canady, and father in law John Alan Williams, Sr. Julie is survived by her husband, John Alan Williams, Jr.; son, John Alan Williams, III; parents, Dr. Michael Francis and Vicki Zambie; brother, Michael Francis Zambie, Jr., his wife, Lyndsey, and their sons, Michael, Leland, and Emmett Zambie; sister, Allene Zambie Worley, her husband, Joe, and their sons, Simmons and John Thomas Worley; mother-in-law, Nancy Wood Williams; sister-in-law Elizabeth Mattei, her husband, Bancroft, and her daughters, Camille and Emery Bonnecaze.

Julie was a woman of many accomplishments, but to her, nothing was more important than her family. Her favorite pastime was enjoying the company of her family at Caney Lake. Julie was fiercely loyal, genuine, and kind. She had a strong sense of self and was a natural leader. She was magnetic, which yielded many lifelong friends. Julie brought the same ferocity to her marriage and her role as a mother. Julie touched the lives of many, and we are all better people because of her.   

Pallbearers will be Chris Zambie, Jonathan Peters, Ben Dean, John Duffey, Thomas Boggs, Steven Moses, and Ross White.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Med-Camps, 102 Thomas Rd. Suite 615, West Monroe, LA 71291.


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