Julie F. Ferron, 67, of Hagerstown, MD, passed away, Wednesday, June 24, 2020, at the Chambersburg Hospital, PA.
Born Monday, July 7, 1952 in New York City, NY, she was the daughter of the late Leonard Feldman and the late Audrey (Newman) Feldman.
Julie attended Stephen's College in Columbia, MO and received a Bachelor of Performing Arts degree. She worked in sales and theatre. From 1974-1979, Julie was a police officer with NYCPD. She moved to California and worked in real estate. She then moved to Florida, working for the Florida PD and later the Montgomery Co., MD PD from 1980-1981. Later Julie moved to the Washington Co., MD area. She was a stalwart volunteer. She served on the Commission on Aging, the HARC board, and Interfaith Coalition of Washington Co., where Julie dedicated her love for religious unity by volunteering on the planning team. Julie could be depended on manning the Emergency Management table at community events. She also volunteered for the children's Christmas party sponsored by the Hagerstown Police Department. She was a member of B'nai Abraham Synagogue. Julie's friends will remember her quick wit and a serious commitment to doing right by her friends and co-volunteers. Julie leaves behind a close circle of sisters of the heart, MaryKate Miles, Valerie Wills, Barbara Hamilton and Paula Myers.
In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her brother, Lee T. Feldman.
Burial will be private.
Omission of flowers is requested and memorial donations may be made to Paula Myers, 11407 Ashton Rd., Clear Spring, MD 21722 to help offset funeral costs.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.douglasfiery.com
I was so sorry to hear of Julie's passing. She was a tireless volunteer for the Washington County Commission on Aging, as well as other organizations. She was so generous and caring, and she will be missed.
Julie was tireless in her efforts for others. She was such a memorable person -- funny, blunt, caring. She will be missed. Peace be upon her.
So sorry to hear of Julie's passing.....she was a tireless volunteer and helper. We will all be the poorer for her absence.
I met Julie while training with Washington County Emergency Services. We became friends and stayed friends. She was always a joy to be with. Rest in Peace my friend, prayers for all.
Hagerstown , Md
Julie was ever a friendly presence, at church and also when she visited the bakery. She was fun to talk to and hear her stories.
Julie was a kind hearted gal that always had lots of great stories from her life adventures. We enjoyed spending time with her on a road trip to NY City with NLMCC. She loved a good laugh and could be a lot of fun. So sad to see her journey end so soon. RIP Julie... you will be missed.
Charlotte & Arlene
Julie was a wonderful friend - who constantly drove me mad with her incessant questions! She was always true to her word, a faithful hard worker who would give you her last penny if she thought you needed it more than her. She had a genuinely open mind that could weigh up all aspects of a situation before making a decision. She was a huge asset to the faith community and her passing is a real loss to the community. Rest in peace Julie - God bless you.
Rev. Michael Hydes
brighton, east sussex