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Funeral services for Julia Haile Friday

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By Carolyn Risner

Full of life.

That's how most everyone remembers Julia Haile.

This week, family and friends are mourning the death of Haile who died Saturday at the age of 82.

A Georgia native who moved to Levy County in 1957, Haile was a teacher until her retirement.

In 1996 she became the first African-American elected to the Levy County School Board.

For 15 years she taught home economics at Chiefland High School.


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