Julie A Hilbert

Julie A Hilbert passed away on Tuesday, May 14, 2024 in League City, Texas at the age of 82. Julie was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts on September 15, 1941 to Harold and Rita Doerr.

Julie married Bill Hilbert in 1963 and had four children and two foster children. They moved to Texas in 1976. Later in life, they lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Julie was a devout Catholic and an active member in her community. She volunteered at her church preschool and made afghans for newborn babies in the local hospital.

Julie is preceded in death by her husband Bill Hilbert, brother Alan Doerr, foster son Jerry Arthur, and grandson Ryan Arthur.

Julie is survived by her siblings Elsa Traynor, John Doerr, and Maria Wood; sister-in-law Donna Doerr, brother-in-law Ed Hilbert and his wife Geri. Julie has four children: Stacia Greene (husband Pat), Bill Hilbert, Diane Hilbert, and Maura White (husband Brad). Julie’s grandchildren are Matthew, Eric, Sean, Keira, Anastasia, Kristen, and Jerry. Great grandchildren Justin and Olivia. Julie also has many nieces and nephews throughout the country.

Services will be held at a later date at Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Houston, Texas.


  1. Best “Auntie” ever! Aunt Julie was always there for myself and my family whether she lived down the street or thousands of miles away!

    She will be sorely missed by everyone who knew her. She touched all of our hearts!

    Stacia and family, so sorry for your loss! Heaven got an amazing ANGEL.

    Lisa (Doerr) Alibrandi
  2. Dear Cousins, sending you lots of love and hugs and I’m sorry for the loss of your mom. I know it’s been many many years since there’s been much mingling with the western And eastern branches of the family have intermingled much, but there’s always been a lot of affection as I hope you know. Julie was my godmother and I remember her as being this beautiful exuberant, energetic Fast talking, fascinating woman. And kind. She stood out I think with her kindness at least towards me. She did lose me at the beach one time when I was five. I think she was making out with her boyfriend at at the time. The police found me eventually she found me too, but I never felt bad about that. Looking back on it. I can’t imagine being saddled with taking me to the beach On a beautiful day when you much rather be necking as we called it back then. I would have lost me too! And you girls were littler but so cool and fun, I always felt certain connection and affection with you all. Anyway, lots of great memories and I’m sure you will miss her a lot. Love and peace your cousin Bill

    Bill Traynor
  3. Stacia,Billy,Diane,Maura and families
    What I remember, most is your mother was always smiling and laughing. She and your dad were the first to invite Mike and I as a married couple to dinner. It was for a fondue dinner and in case you don’t know what that is. It’s a little pot of oil that has a candle underneath it and you have long skewers and drop in your pieces of steak and cheese to “fry”. I don’t think any of us realize how long it takes to cook a piece of steak that way! Lol. It was actually a very fancy type of dinner to host back in 1972! Sending hugs and only good memories for all of you . Love Mike and Mary Beth.

    Mary Beth Traynor

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