Memorial service Dec. 11 for longtime La Jollan Julia Harting Keelin

There will be a funeral service at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11 at Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church, 7669 Girard Ave.,  for Julia Harting Keelin, who passed way at age 94 on Nov. 30, said her son Tom Keelin.

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1 Comment for “Memorial service Dec. 11 for longtime La Jollan Julia Harting Keelin”

  1. Lee Lambert

    Judy Keelin was a wonderful person and, without a doubt, an asset to the La Jolla
    community. She donated her time becoming involved with the Jewel Ball, that raised money for various charities. She also had a sterling repution as a local RE sales agent representing Willis Allen in La Jolla.

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