Julienne Kommer Mobley, 40, of Brandon died unexpectedly on January 30th. Her loss was completely unexpected and the family is shocked and deeply saddened.
Julie was born on June 5th 1980 to Katherine Ryals Eberhardt and Franz Kommer in Schwaebisch Gmuend, Germany. She attended Bloomingdale High School.
Julie worked alongside her husband Bobby to grow their business into a successful venture despite the odds against them, and she was just about to start a new job following her passion to help others.
Anyone who knew Julie knew that she was caring and wonderful. She had immense enthusiasm and was always a source of positivity. Julie’s family and friends will miss her more than words can say.
She is survived by her husband, Bobby; her sons Robby, Kaspar, and Sawyer; her daughter Remy; and her stepchildren, Nico and Avery, as well as her parents, Franz Kommer and Katherine Ryals Eberhardt, her stepfather, Claus Eberhardt, her sister, Elizabeth Kommer, her grandmother, Inge Ryals and aunts, uncles, and cousins.
We will be having a private service due to COVID restrictions. Memorials can be written on the funeral home FaceBook page at Brandon Cremation and Funeral Services or their website at www.brandonfunerals.com
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to her funeral fund found at [gofundme gf.me/u/zhm4bj].
So sorry for your loss. She will be greatly missed.
One thing I keeping hearing over and over was how Julie was THE friend who was always there and ready to help. So many people shared stories of Julie bringing gas in the middle of the night or picking someone up when their car didn’t start. I know that she would give her last dollar to homeless people or buy food and gas cards. Life was not easy for her, she had so many tragedies and misfortunes but she kept giving. When she lost everything in the fire, she made sure to share her donations.
She also loved her children and advocated for them, researched and sought the best in treatment. Julie made sure that every birthday and holiday was specially celebrated. She also did everything to get Bobby into a program for Parkinson’s patients and receive the treatment he needed.
Please continue to pray for her family and Bobby’s recuperation. He needs a lot of support right now.
We love you Julie. I know you are with Omi, Opi, Grandpa and Tim and the many others who have gone to Heaven. You will be in our hearts forever.
Hi Bobby…So very sorry to hear about your wife..Julie’s passing so young & so suddenly ..😪
I know she will be missed by all of you..esp her Children..😪. …JeanTackett & June Duke