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Obituary for Julia Ann Pace

Julia Sorenson Pace went home 27 April 2023, from her daughter's in Corinne, Utah.
A long time resident of Utah, Julia was born 25 January 1942 in Yuba City, Sutter County, California ~ a beautiful area of farms, ranches and orchards, with emerald green rice fields to the south in Summertime,

The 2nd child in a family of 14 children, of which 9 children grew to adulthood. Their parents were Doyle R & Fay (Hill) Sorenson. Her heritage included Indigenous American on her Mother's side; as well as faithful, strong, Utah pioneers who settled this land in days gone by, developing water systems for their community, and valued Temple service.

She was talented in so many things! Among the many, she was an excellent seamstress, a talented chef, sang beautifully, and was skilled in design. Her passions in life were her children and other loved ones; Family History with genealogy; and simply to serve. Julia helped so many, in so many ways, with her compassionate acceptance.

She is survived by all 6 of her children; 5 sisters, 2 brothers, Grand and Great Grandchildren, and many friends spanning the continent.

Her memorial service will be 10 am, Friday 5 May 2023 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
3477 E River Bottoms Rd. Spanish Fork, Utah 84660.

There will be a zoom link to see the funeral service live at

She will be laid to rest at Camp Williams Cemetery beside her dear husband, Geoffrey Pace. Since Julia told her daughter Sunday before she left, she wanted to dance ~ we think that after greeting her brothers & parents, Geoff joined her in dancing.

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