Landry, Julie Anne

July 25, 1959 – November 22, 2017
at the age of 58 years

Celebration of Life:  Sunday, December 3, 2017, 2:00 p.m., Silver Creek Hall

Julie was predeceased by her brother, Gary Landry in July, 2012 and her father Ron Landry in September, 2014.
Left to grieve her are family members and good friends including her Love and Best Friend, John Dennstedt, her mother and step-father, Cecile and Richard Anderson of Salmon Arm, her sister Joanne Landry (Barry Klassen) & nephews Mitchell and Cache Pedley of Golden, BC, her brother Ken Landry (Joanne), nephew Wyatt & niece Shaela of Fort McMurray AB / Kelowna BC, her son James Hessdorfer and grand-children Thia and Alena of Arborfield Sask, her daughter Jolene (Bryant) Campbell and grand-children Jacobi and Bronwyn of Esterhazy, Sask, her step-brother Terry Anderson (Kris) of Edson, AB, her step-sister Launa Anderson (Johnny) of Victoria. BC, her very close cousin Jeni of Kelowna and close friend Joanne Dennstedt of Kamloops, Julie also leaves behind aunts, uncles, cousins, step nephews and nieces and very close friends too numerous to mention.
Julie grew up in Golden BC and worked at several jobs including many years for Evans Forest Products in the Plywood Plant before moving to Salmon Arm. She was injured in a car accident which pretty well ended her physical working abilities.
Julie  loved to do crafts and was exceptional at anything she created as she had a rare insight and creative imagination. Julie loved to give to others and had an eye for a bargain. She regarded an item for it’s usefulness rather than it’s monetary value and found many good items at garage sales, and even though she didn’t have much money, she would buy it not only for herself but with others in mind.
 In her younger days, Julie was competitive in sports and games. She was a very good bowler and could throw a baseball further than a lot of men. She was a whiz at card and board games and was exceptional with numbers.
Julie was very sensitive about other people’s feelings and although she had many personal hurts, she always found a way to forgive.
Julie’s family would like to thank Dr. Bratty, Home Care Services and all the staff at Bastion Place for the care that they extended to her.
Celebration of Life will take place at the Silver Creek Hall on December 3, 2017 at 2:00 pm

2 Comments

  1. My sincere condolences to the family.
    Joe Keeley, Kelowna, BC

  2. Julie, Your loving nature to assist others even when you were struggling yourself, your inspirational creativity for making artsy items like the beaded spiders, fork bugs and the wire angles is just some of the things I cherished the most about you, along with our friendship.

    You fought hard until you no longer had enough strength, may you rest in peace and know how much you were loved by all of us.

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