McGuffin, Julie Deanne

McGuffin, Julie Deanne

January 30th, 2020

Peacefully with family by her side, at Parkwood Institute, on Thursday, January 30, 2020, Julie Deanne McGuffin, of Dorchester, in her 48th year. Beloved wife and companion of Jeff Morrison for 15 years. Loving mother of Seth. Cherished by her parents, Lloyd and Brenda. Dear sister of Jayson (Jen). Treasured by her nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Julie’s Life will be conducted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Monday, February 3, 2020 at 3:00 p.m., with visitation two hours prior. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Julie are asked to consider the Humane Society London & Middlesex. 

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John & Deb GriffinOur thoughts are with you at this very difficult time. A lovely young lady gone too soon. John and Deb Griffin
Lori SmythJulie McGuffin inspired me so much that I actually wanted to follow in her footsteps and ran for President of Local 102 when she went on to work for OPSEU as a staff rep. She was always so responsive to members, well educated, confident, responsible and pragmatic that I held her in very high esteem. I will miss her quiet support at the London Regional Office beyond words to express. My deepest sympathy to her loving family and friends. She will forever be remembered. Lori Smyth President OPSEU Local 102
Bonnie BakerI worked with Julie in VWAP about six years ago. There really are no words. You are in the thoughts of everyone whose lives Julie touched over her liftime. So very, very sorry for your loss.
Warren ShantzAn amazing women, mom and wife whom is gone away to soon. Jeff, Seth and her mom and dad, Mr and Mrs Lloyd McGuffin know are prayers and condolences come from very deep in our hearts. Blessed to know Julie and share many special days with all of you. Hugs Jeff and Seth. Much love ....Warren and Karen
Linda MarianiJulie was a good friend and co worker. She was so happy to work at OPSEU. Even when things were hard she held on to the the passion she had for helping people. Julie will be missed by many. I know when Julie had to take time off work she struggled with that. She wanted to be at work so badly that even when I visited her last week she mentioned how sad she was that she wouldn’t make it back. Julie was kind and generous and I will miss her everyday. Love and prayers to Seth and Jeff. Rest in Power Julie. Xoxo
Kayla DeSousaJulie had a passion for helping people that was hard to beat. She was a terrific advocate for OPSEU members and we were very fortunate to have her as a colleague. She loved her family and she will definitely be missed. Julie, be at peace, your work here is done.
Sandra NeubauerHeartfelt condolences to Jeff and his family, extended family, and friends on behalf of the Executive Board of Directors, staff, and member teams of the PJHL. -- Sandra Neubauer, Chair Provincial Junior Hockey League
Lori McDonaldMy deepest condolences on the loss of such an amazing woman, mother, spouse, daughter, aunt, sister, coworker, activist and excellent friend! My thoughts are with the entire family. I'm a much better person for having known Julie and I'll always cherish the many memories we have together.
Dominic BragagliaMy sincere condolences to Julie's family and friends. Julie always put 100 percent into what she was doing. We are all diminished by her passing. The good she did will stay with all of us that remain.
Todd and Judys Deepest condolences to Jeff and family on behalf of the North Middlesex Stars family.
Ontario Public Service Staff Union (OPSSU)Julie was the fulltime president for Local 102 for several years prior to becoming a OPSEU Staff Representative in Region 1. She participated in Region 1 Area Council and the London and District Labour Council and was always ready to support a picket line and stand up for others. Julie always had time for members. Her activism and commitment to the members will be missed by all. In solidarity, The OPSSU Members
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