In Meekins Neck, Maryland, on June 22, 1941, Julie Ann Keene was born to the late Floyd and Annie\nKeene. At the age of 81, Julie departed this life on Monday, May 8, 2023, at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury, Maryland.\n\nJulie received her education and held various jobs in Dorchester County, Maryland. Nevertheless, Julie’s favorite and treasured job was babysitting. Julie wore a variety of hats. She cherished her beloved children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren as she fulfilled her duties of being “Mommo” as only Hopie can say, “Momme” as only Eric can say, “Moo Moo” as only Robin can say, “Grandmom” as only Justice can say, “GiGi” as only Asa can say. Moreover, Julie wore the hats of Julie Ann, Juliet, Julia, Julie, Aunt Julie, Mom Julie, and Cousin Julie but GRANNY, as she was affectionally known to the community originated from her oldest grandchild, JaMece.\n\nGranny worshipped at the Living by Truth Ministries in Cambridge, Maryland. Granny admired God and the simplest pleasures in life brought her great joy. She enjoyed doing laundry and cooking. Her most preferred foods to cook were goulash, turkey wings, and chicken and dumplings. Granny was a skilled card player. Her favorite hobbies were playing cards with her girls and dancing. It did not take much to get Granny to smile. \n\n Julie is survived by: her daughters, Annie “Hopie” Keene (Jerome), Robin Redmond Stanley (Gregory) all of Cambridge, son Eric Keene (Shenell) of California; two brothers, Joseph and Augustine (Teresa) Keene of Cambridge; one sister, Doretha Luke of Cambridge; seven grandchildren, JaMece Molock, Justice Hall, JaNae Keene whom she raised as her daughter, Gianna Stanley (JuWan), Eric Keene Jr., TreQuan Stanley, Jaden Ferguson; two special granddaughters, Na’Tale’ Chester and Kayla Miller; one special grandson, Christopher Pinder; three great-grandchildren, Asa Hall (her baby), Saj’Mhir McNair, and O’cean Williams; five special daughters, Tylia Johnson, Michelle Trego, Keisha Redmond, Patrice Young, and Aja Luke; Three special caregivers, Barbara “Jeannie” Snider, Jean “Newt” Jews Cornish, and Vanessa Walker. Two special friends, Barbara McKnight and Delphine Smith; and, a host of other relatives and friends.\n\nPreviously departed loved ones include Julie’s: Parents, Annie and Floyd Keene; one son, Leo Keene;\nfour sisters, Hattie Day, Mary Molock, Lena Bolden, and Jeanette Dennis; two brothers, Floyd Keene Jr. and William “Billy” Keene.