Julia Beatrice Davis Callaway departed from this earthly life on May 22, 2020 to join her family. She was born August 16, 1931 to Willie and Nellie Davis in Augusta, Georgia. She moved to Whitesboro, New Jersey in her early childhood and completed her education in the Middle Township School System. Julia married her high school love, Rufus Callaway, Jr. in 1952 and lived in Cape May Court House, NJ. From that union she had two children by the names of Deborah Ann Callaway Cason and Gary Callaway, Sr. She first raised her children and then began work as a nurses aide at Crest Haven Nursing Home from which she retired.Julia was a devoted wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, and great grandmother who was also a giving person to all of her loved ones. Her self-care in the manner of class, high heels, and aqua blue will not be forgotten. She also was quick to remember a person’s birthday, even if the person was beyond her immediate family. She also made the best applesauce cake one could have. Before her health started to decline, she was a faithful member of the Mt. Olive Baptist Church of which she was a deaconess and her husband, Rufus, was a deacon.She leaves to cherish her memory: sister Mattie Matthews, special daughter Agnes Taylor, grandchildren Karena, Christopher, and Joshua Cason, Gary Callaway, Jr., and Brittany Taylor as well as many nieces and nephews. A number can not be placed on the vast amount of people who loved her and will miss her.A private burial will be held at the Cape May County Veterans Cemetery in Cape May Court House, New Jersey. A Celebration of Life and memorial services will be held at a later date due to the current regulation of the state. Condolences at www.radzieta.com
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