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Mrs. Julia Szegedi Low

Mrs. Julia Szegedi Low
  • August 14, 1932 - March 1, 2013
  • Desert Hot Springs, California
  • Quiet Hour Ministries is a supporting ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Their telephone number is (800) 900-9021.
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    P.O. Box 3000
    Redlands, CA 92373

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“THAT PICTURE OF JULIE IWILL BE THE WAY I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HER.SHE WAS A GREAT FRIEND THAT WAS ALWAYS THERE WHEN ONE WAS NEEDED AND FUN TO BE WITH...Read More »
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“To my dearest friend and former co-worker (Sandy). I know how much you loved your mom and how close you were. I am very sorry to hear about the...Read More »
3 of 5 | Posted by: Sandy Britzman - Rancho Cucamonga, CA

“SHE IS AND WAS A VERY SWEET DEAR LADY WHO EVEN THOUGH I ONLY MET HER ONCE, SHE WAS VERY POLITE AND SWEET. MY DEEPEST THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: RICKY STANFIELD - RIVERSIDE, CA

“Love you, Mom... ”
5 of 5 | Posted by: Sandy Hildenbrand - Senoia, GA


Julia Low
age 80
resided in Desert Hot Springs, California
departed on Friday, March 1, 2013

Born August 14, 1932
in Sao Paulo, Brazil
to Hungarian parents
Francisco and Julianna Szegedi
one of 6 children, 5 sisters and one brother

Julie moved to New York at the age of twenty

she spent some time as a hair model

and then she met and married Bernard Low.

They raised a family of 3 daughters...Susan, Theresa and Sandra.
After becoming a widow, Julie moved to California to be near her sisters.

A third generation Seventh Day Adventist, Julie was a faithful woman and very active in church activities
including singing special music, solo and in groups
and also playing piano for church and sabbath school
as head deaconess, she was in charge of some of the best potlucks ever

Julie loved to cook and bake.
She was very hospitable and has entertained many friends at her home.

She spoke several languages and was very creative having several hobbies including sewing, crocheting, painting and gardening.
She was a beautiful woman with a lot of style and flair.

Survived by:
daughters: Susan Low of Anchorage, Alaska
Theresa and William Keller of Ronkonkoma, New York
Sandra Hildenbrand of Senoia, Georgia
grandchildren: Kyle and Megan Keller
Amanda, Frances and Patrick Hildenbrand
sisters: Giselle Oliver of Talequah, OK
Irene DaSilva of Talequah, OK
Anna Salkind of DHS, CA
Regina Butoy of San Bernadino, CA
Martha Murphy of Muskogee, OK
Predeceased by:
her husband of 30 years Bernard Low
her brother Frank Szegedi

and she will be greatly missed by many nieces and nephews and friends

Proverbs 31: 10-31

Psalm 23

Beautiful
Talented
Dedicated

Wife
Mother
Sister
Friend