Julie Lee Treadwell was born on July 5, 1986 to a devoted mother, Betsy Sanchez and a loving father, Glenn Treadwell. As Julie grew from a baby to a young girl she became a loving, caring, and social person. She loved to meet new people and try new things. She was very outgoing and outspoken, always speaking her mind and guiding others. In 2004, Julie graduated from Putnam High School and she was currently studying towards a career in Dental Assisting. Her journey through life, was one bursting with family, friends, laughter, and smiles. She was raised by a strong, independent mother, but with the help of Julie’s grandmother, aunt and uncle, Zoriada Adorno, Sylvia Adorno and Pete Adorno, they raised Julie into becoming a beautiful, smart, friendly, generous, and loving person. Her early teenage years were filled with adventures, goals, and accomplishments while watching over her siblings. She was a protector; she hated to see people hurt, especially her sisters, Wendy and Angie, and her brothers, Anthony, Glen, and Glenn jr. She was also a lover, falling in love with her best friend, Juan Jones, and together experiencing parenthood. When Julie became a mother, it was then she realized what true love was, giving birth to three remarkable boys, Juan Hakeem Jones jr, Kaleb Julius Brown, and Kenith Anthony Brown. She was blessed to have felt the type of unconditional love that comes from the love of a son. She was proud to be called mom, she took joy in cooking enormous dinners for her family, putting her skills learned from her grandmother, Zoraida Adorno, into use. She loved to bring everyone together, which was effortless since her laugh was contagious, even when she wasn’t doing well, she looked good. Julie dreamed of one day getting married, moving towards the warm weather, and becoming a Dentist, while watching her boys grow into young ambitious men. She leaves behind a large community of family and friends, including one niece, Gianaly Robles, many loving cousins, a family of co-workers, and numerous supporting aunts and uncles. Never did we imagine you leave us in an instant, and in such a tragic way. You’re in our hearts forever; we love you, watch over us and protect all that is good. May you feel our fight, because we’ll never stop fighting for you.
Memorial services for Julie will take place on Tuesday February 19th from 10:00-11:30am following funeral at 11:30am at Shiloh Seventh-Day Adventist Church 797 State St • Springfield, MA 01109, burial will follow at Oak Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make all donations to Funds for the children of Julie Lee Treadwell c/o Freedom Credit Union, P.O Box 3009, Springfield, Ma 01101.