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Mar 9, 1962 - Oct 23, 2023
To honour Julie-ann's wishes a formal service will not be held, however a celebration of life gathering for family and friends will be arranged for spring 2024 for anyone that wish to participate.
It is with great sadness that our family is announcing the passing of Julie-ann Engelhardt on Monday October 23, 2023.
Julie-ann was a beloved Mother, Wife, Daughter, Sister and Friend.
Julie-ann was born to Mary and John Lostchuck in Nashville Ontario on March 9th 1962. She grew up in southern Ontario with a large extended family in the area. Julie-ann moved to Alberta as a young adult where she met and married Wayne Engelhardt. They started a family with 2 children Mary-ann and John Engelhardt. Julie-ann passed away at Red Deer Hospital after struggles with chronic illness.
Julie-ann worked in Sylvan Lake for many years in customer service and was loved by all she met. She was kind, loving and forgiving. She enjoyed spending time with her family playing games and relaxing outside. More recently she loved being able to see her grandchildren.
Julie-ann always brought light and laughter to any room she was in. People always enjoyed spending time with her. She will be deeply missed by her family, friends and any that knew her.
Julie-ann has gone on to be with her father John Lostchuck, her older brother David Lostchuck, mother-in-law Elanore Engelhardt, and many others that we love that have gone before.
Julie-ann lives on in the hearts of many. Her husband Wayne Robert Engelhardt, Daughter Mary-ann Louise Engelhardt, Son John Wayne Engelhardt, Daughter in law Natasha Elizabeth Engelhardt, Granddaughter Harleen Elizabeth Julie Engelhardt, Grandson Clark Steven Wayne Engelhardt, Sister Sharon Boynton, Mother (Edith) Mary Lostchuck and many more family members that meant so much to Julie-ann and mean so much to the family.
To honour Julie-ann's wishes a formal service will not be held, however a celebration of life gathering for family and friends will be arranged for spring 2024 for anyone that wish to participate. For further details, please reach out to Sylvan Lake Funeral Home.
Those wishing may make donations in memory of Julie-ann to The Canadian Lung Association (1-888-566-LUNG) or The Canadian Spinal Research Association (719-445-2808).
Thank you for everyone's love and support at this time.
We love you and we miss you.
Condolences may be offered to the family below.
Bill Cranston & Nat:
Julie, we met, 40 years ago, you welcomed us, with ‘open arms’ when we stayed at your trailer in ‘Spruce Grove”, when we were going to the 1984 Grey Cup! We road around town in the Mustang, with the convertible roof, wide open, in -20 deg. C! Never forget that, and we will, never forget you! All the best to Mary, and the families! RIP
Gord & BettyLou Engelhardt:
Wayne, Mary-ann, John & Natasha and family please accept our condolences for the loss of Julie. Julie will be missed by all who knew her. She was a hard worker and was loved by all who knew her. Love from, Gord & BettyLou
Ted and Sandra Darby:
We are so sorry for your loss. Julie will be missed. Our thoughts are with all of you.
Leyland Boyd :
Sorry for your loss, sending my love to the entire family.
Connie Green Darcy Sekura:
So sorry to hear about her passing she will be missed dearly.
Shane and Claudette Goacher:
Wayne and Family, So sorry to hear about your loss. Julie was a great person and friend, she will be missed by all who knew her.
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