Julie Ann Mornin
October 3, 1968 – December 12, 2023
Julie Ann Mornin was born on October 3, 1968, in Omaha, Nebraska to Gerald and Mary Mornin. She was the oldest of three siblings: Robert and Ann. She graduated from St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic School and Marian High School.
Julie had many passions in her life with one of them being cars. She worked as a salesperson in the auto industry for many years and was extremely successful. She could not wait to help her family or friends get a new car, because she loved making a deal. Her Dad and her talked for hours about cars and the new ones that were coming out the next year.
Julie also had a passion for shopping! Julie and her Mom could shop better than the Kardashians. No one could find a better deal on anything than Julie. She loved thrifting and could always find the sales racks. She had immaculate taste and LOVED taking her niece/goddaughter out shopping. Ann (sister) was very happy since she loathed shopping.
If anyone started to talk politics, Julie’s eyes lit up! She loved talking about government policies and her TV was always on Fox News. Her Super Bowl was every single debate, and she could talk your ear off on her thoughts on all of them.
Julie was always the life of the party. People naturally gravitated to her. She was funny and very quick witted. She was always the best to be around.
Julie was so excited to become an Aunt! When she was asked to be Jordan’s Godmother she cried and instantly said, “I cannot wait to take her shopping!” Beside her brother, Robbie, no one could make her laugh harder than her nephew, Kaleb. His impression of famous people was her favorite. She loved watching both of them in their activities and was the proudest Aunt you ever saw.
Julie’s greatest passion was helping others. Helping people gave her purpose. She would do anything for anyone. She helped take care of her brother with all of his medical needs. She would help her sister with getting the kids from activities. She helped take care of extended family anytime if it was needed. She would drop anything to help her friends. Whether they needed financial help or support in recovering from surgeries or to just listen she was always available. She never wanted anyone to feel alone. She never wanted anyone to not feel valued. Her relentless purpose to serve others was admirable and inspiring.
Preceded in death by parents, Gerald and Mary Mornin; aunt, Barbara Wall; and cousin, Travis Good. Survived by siblings, Robert Mornin, and Ann Mornin (Frink); niece and nephew, Jordan and Kaleb Frink; aunts, Kathy Esch (Dennis), and Judy Flom (Dave); uncle, Larry Good (Shirley); best friend, J.J. Kraus; and many cousins.
VISITATION: Tuesday, December 19th, 5 – 7 p.m., followed by SERVICE at 7 p.m., at West Center Chapel, 7805 W. Center Rd. GRAVESIDE SERVICE: Wednesday, December 20th, at 11 a.m., Resurrection Cemetery, 7800 W. Center Rd.
Memorials may be directed to the family.