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On behalf of the Loudoun Human Services Network, we are writing in appreciation of the many contributions made by Julie Grandfield to improve the quality of life in Loudoun County, especially for those in need.

Julie, Loudoun County’s Assistant County Administrator, retired at the end of June, 2017, after working for the County for over 33 years. She passed away on August 18.

Julie will be remembered by the members of the Loudoun Human Services Network and many, many others for her strong support of and encouragement for the successful public-private partnerships developed by the County and human service nonprofits to serve the community. Her advocacy on behalf of the programs provided by nonprofits and especially on behalf of those we serve was remarkable, effective and long standing. We were proud to work alongside her to support our Loudoun community and its residents.

We extend our sincere condolences to her family. Julie made a huge difference in our community and we are very saddened by her loss.

Carol G. Jameson

Loudoun Human Services Network Chairwoman

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