Julie Seiss-Tripp

About Julie Seiss-Tripp

Julie was born and raised in Warsaw, Indiana and enjoyed growing up near lakes in the summertime. She was a tri-sport athlete at Warsaw Community High School and received 12 varsity letters. She helped propell the team to be the state's runner up women’s basketball team in 2004. Julie was also a three-time state medal winner in the 800-meter race.

While studying at Butler University and Saint Francis University, Julie was a point guard on the women’s basketball team. She was honored to be the first team All-American and the Mid Central Conference Player of the Year during her senior year.

Julie then went on to become assistant coach for the women’s varsity basketball team at Carroll High School. She moved back to Warsaw, IN and taught as a substitute teacher for the Warsaw Community school system. Julie coached the girls’ basketball team at Edgewood Middle School for several years and has won the conference title each time. She has also worked as the manager at Noa Noa Wood Grill & Sushi Bar in Warsaw in addition to another local real estate firm.

Her hobbies include cooking, athletics, socializing with family & friends, and boating on Chapman Lake, where she now resides with her husband.