Julie Ann Beyer, 31, died October 20, 2018 in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She was born July 20, 1987, in Gillette, Wyoming. Julie left us to unite with her savior Jesus Christ. She was a resident of Billings, Montana. Julie grew up in Dayton and Sheridan, Wyoming. She enjoyed being outdoors, where she loved to fish, hike and discover new places. Julie was an expert residential and industrial painter. Her hard work and motivation enabled her to start a business called Perspective Painting. From a young age, Julie developed a deep bond with her grandma Patty. She became grandma’s caregiver and made sure that Patty enjoyed every minute of the last few years of her life. Julie loved to take adventures. As a child she would build forts with her brothers and sisters. As an adult she loved to travel and take road trips with her friends. As an auntie, she took the kids fishing and sledding, as well as introducing them to green eggs and ham. Julie loved Jesus and was fascinated in the history of the bible. She saw the beauty and worth in everything and everyone. Her wish for every one moving forward, would be to see the beauty in life.

Julie was proceeded in death by her beloved grandmother Patty, aunt Diana, uncle Scott and her dogs Bogart and Bugsy. She is survived by her father Craig, mother Polly, grandparents Chris and Jim, and grandmother Dorene. She is also survived by aunts Lissa and Yvonne, uncle Todd and brothers Curtis (Anna) and Cory. She leaves behind sisters LaRonda, Patricia and Pamela, cousins Catherine (Jonathon) and Jennifer (Kevin). Nephews Drake, Trayton, Collin, Noah, Gideon, and nieces Evelyn, Kendra, Alexandria, Willow, and another on the way, were a source of great joy to Julie. She is also survived by close friends Brandi Kenyon and Kathleen Bierman, with whom she lived with for the past several years, along with her dog Chadrin.

A celebration of Julie’s life will be held at 2pm, on Saturday, November 24, 2018, at Kane Funeral Home in Sheridan, Wyoming. A reception will follow in the Reception Hall at Kane Funeral Home.

Online condolences may be written at www.kanefuneral.com.

Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with local arrangements.

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