Mailandt, Juliane Wilhelmine

April 26, 1932 – June 16, 2018
at the age of 86 years.

Funeral Service: Friday, June 22, 2018, 10:30 a.m., Pastor Eric Bjorgan officiating, Fischer’s Funeral Services, 4060 1 Avenue SW, Salmon Arm, BC

Juliane (Julie) Mailandt (nee Fischer) died with dignity on the 16th day of June 2018 at Salmon Arm, British Columbia after 25 years of peaceful retirement. She is survived and will be greatly missed by her husband of 68 years, F.H. (Henry), her 4 children, Ursula Duke (Garry), Karin Anderson (Rod), Hart (Jackie) and Werner (Pat), 10 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren and numerous extended family in Germany.
After raising a family, she embarked on a successful instructor career at The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology from which she retired to a view of Shuswap Lake.
Thanks to the Staff at Bastion Place and Dr. G. De Wet from Salmon Arm for their gracious care of Julie.

7 Comments

  1. Our sincere sympathy to the Mailandt Family in the loss of Julie.

    SAIT’s ALIVE (The Association of Retired and Former SAIT employees and their spouses)

  2. Henry & Family,

    I am so sorry to hear of Julie’s passing. I worked for several years with Julie at SAIT. She was a wonderful instructor who cared about her students. I have many fond memories of wonderful social functions with Julie and Henry and the good times we shared together.

    My thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Sincerely,
    Linda Peacock

  3. Henry and Family,
    We have a heavy heart having read in the Calgary Herald of Julie’s passing. Julie was a kind, thoughtful and dedicated colleague and a role model for me (Irene) as I started my career at SAIT. I have so many fond memories of our many years working together. Julie was an amazing woman: a loving and supportive wife and mother, a terrific colleague and a dear friend.

    Our deepest sympathy to the whole family,

    Irene and Randy

  4. We were very saddened to hear of Mrs. Mailandt passing. Our memories go back over the years to both of our families gatherings. Mrs. Mailandt always had a bright outlook and never ending positive attitude for life. She was a very close confidant of my mother and father during their collective challenges with immigrating and integrating into Canada. She certainly led a very successful, productive and full life. She and her husband raised a very loving and giving family which we were very grateful to know over the years.

    Our hearts to out to Mr. Mailandt and the entire Mailandt family in this difficult time.

    Raddatz Family
    Roger, Lisa, Emily, Sarah and Ryan.

  5. I’m sorry to read of the passing of your wife, mother, grandmother, greatgrandmother.
    Mrs. Mailandt was a good friend of my mothers. I have memories of the beginnings
    in Fleet where the German farm workers seemed to bond together. The bond between our
    families seemed to last longer than the others. I can remember receiving a cat from
    Wetaskiwan which was with us for twenty years. (I think we had to climb a tree to get
    her just before we left). I hope your families are in good health and our thoughts
    are with you.

    Frank Raddatz and family

  6. Sincere Condolences on the passing of Mrs. Mailandt to you all. I have many fond memories of her kindness and inspiration. We were away from the Okanagan today and unable to join you to celebrate her life and legacy however, our thoughts are with you.

  7. Our deepest condolences to Henry and family for their great loss . When we had visits with my Dad it was always a pleasure to see Julie & Henry . Everyone could see they were true soulmates.
    Stephen,Debbie,and Butch.

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