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Julia Harmon
  • February 24, 1914
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  • March 04, 2012

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HARMON, JULIA SMITH of New Smyrna Beach passed away Sunday, March 4, 2012. She was born February 24, 1914 in Everttstown, N.J. to Dewitt and M. Edith Curtis Smith and lived her childhood years in Flemmington and Tittusville, New Jersey. Julia graduated from Pennington High School and Trenton State Teacher's College and taught kindergarten until her retirement in 1982. She married Jack McNulta in 1939. Jack and Julia divorced and she later married Cliff Harmon. Julia and Cliff traveled extensively, including a one year tour of the United States and Canada. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother, A. Milton Smith, sister- in-law, Hazel Smith and husband, Cliff Harmon. She is survived by brother, Fredrick T. (Idelle) Smith, nephews and nieces, Russell (Loretta) Smith, Judy K. Phillips, Robert A. Smith and Frederick T. Smith II, seven grand nieces and nephews and many, many good friends. At her request there will not be a Memorial Service. Donations in her memory may be made to Coronado Community United Methodist Church, Music Department 200 South Peninsula New Smyrna Beach FL 32169 or Hospice of Hospice of Volusia 4140 South Ridgewood Avenue Edgewater FL 32141.  

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  1. 14 Mar 2012
    Doris Moss says:
    I wish to "Celebrate The Life" of a beautiful lady and loyal friend, Judy Harmon. I shall ever remember her last words to me as we celebrated her 98th birthday..."Let's play that record one more time!" What a legacy she has left to all of us. God's love and peace will be with her forever!

  2. 07 Mar 2012
    Ronee Silverman says:
    We will miss her very much. She was delightful lady
    who was part of our program for many years. I will always remember her stories about skydiving on her birthday. Her doctor warned her against it at 95 but she went anyway. What an adventurous soul. We will miss her dearly.

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