Who is Julia Barnhill Letlow? Wiki, Bio, Luke Letlow’s Wife, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Julia Barnhill Letlow
Julia Barnhill Letlow

Julia Barnhill Letlow Wiki – Julia Barnhill Letlow Bio

Julia Barnhill Letlow is best known as the wife of Luke Letlow, who was elected congressman who reportedly died of COVID-19 on December 29, 2020. According to Politico, Letlow is the first Congressman (or Congressman coming) to die from COVID-19. She was a Republican with only a few days before she took office.

Julia Barnhill Letlow Age

Julia Barnhill Letlow age unknown will be updated soon.

Julia Barnhill Letlow Children

The couple has two young children, and both Letlows posted photos of their young families on their social media accounts.

Julia’s brother Jeremy died in a car accident when he was young. Julia wrote on LinkedIn that she served as president of the Jeremy Barnhill Foundation for Christian youth. The group’s Instagram page, “The Jeremy Barnhill Foundation exists to connect the next generation to God by sponsoring youth participation in Christian events.”

Julia Barnhill Letlow Education

She holds a PhD in Communications from the University of South Florida, a master’s in Speech Communication, and a bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication from the University of Louisiana in Monroe, where she was at Kappa Delta Sorority and ran athletics.

Julia Barnhill Letlow Career

Julia is “Executive Assistant to the President for Foreign Affairs and Community Outreach at the University of Louisiana in Monroe,” according to her LinkedIn page. She defines her job as providing executive-level strategy, vision and oversight to improve foreign affairs and community outreach for the university. Report directly to the President and serve on his Executive Council and the Administrative Staff Council. Represent the University with members of Congress, federal, state and local government officials, governors, district heads, school administrators and mayors; including establishing and maintaining relationships with officials at all levels of government and their staff. ”

Prior to that, she served as the Executive Director of Foreign Affairs and Strategic Communications and the Director of Marketing and Communications at the same university. She was formerly director of education, director of Resident Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, and clinical instructor at Tulane University in New Orleans.

The Ombudsperson was the special projects coordinator at the University of Louisiana-Monroe and lecturer at the University of South Florida and Louisiana Monroe University.

Luke Letlow Death & Cause 

Letlow announced his diagnosis by tweeting on December 18th: “Thank you everyone for your kind words and prayers. I tested positive for COVID-19. I rest at home, following all CDC guidelines, quarantine protocols, and my doctors’ advice. ”

Letlow’s representative Andrew Bautsch confirmed Letlow’s death on WDSU-TV. He told the TV channel that the Congressman died in hospital on December 29, and the cause of death was “due to complications of COVID-19”.

“Letlow was admitted to Monroe Hospital on December 19 after testing positive for coronavirus and was transferred to Ochsner-LSU Health on Tuesday, December 22,” wrote the statement made to the WDSU.

Letlow thanked those who made good wishes for their prayers and explained that her husband’s condition was stable just two days before he got worse and died tragically from COVID-19. “Thank you everyone for your continued prayers and well-wishes,” Julia Barnhill wrote on Letlow Facebook.

On December 21, Luke Letlow posted the following statement on Twitter: “Thank you for the continued prayers and your support to my family and me. Currently St. I am being treated for COVID-19 by an amazing team of doctors and nurses at Francis Hospital. With their help, I am sure that I will recover soon. ”

He said, “For those who already have Covid, your plasma SPECIFICALLY needs your suffering. I can’t stress it enough. Please go out and consider saving lives by donating to your local blood bank. This could be the gift of life to a family on Christmas.”