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Julie E.

Julie Wied
Found peace February 10, 2016 at the young age of 27. Beloved daughter of Richard and Deborah and sister of Andrew and Joseph. Julie is survived by a host of adoring family and friends. Julie was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in American Sign Language who devoted her life to helping others. Julie brought her great sense of humor to everything she did. She was an avid gardener, skilled cook, an animal lover, and a devoted friend. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the family who will be making a donation to The Malala Fund, a charity which advocates for the education of women and girls internationally, one of many causes Julie was passionate about.
Memorial Service will be from 11:00-2:00 on Saturday, February 20th with a sharing of memories at 1:00. Service will be held at Heritage Funeral Home. If you are willing, please bring a photo or memory to share. We will miss you, Bugs.
New Berlin Chapel
16880 W. National Ave. 262-901-1140

Past Comments

Lisa Chesner

Going to summerfest together

Lisa Chesner

All the girls dressed up and went out to dinner at Applebees and then to see the Sex in the City movie

Lisa Chesner

Celebrating my 21st birthdat

Laura and Bob Love

Laura and I had a wonderful experience when we were able to travel to Italy with Julie and the Eisenhower High School Choir. Julie was in our group for travel and chaperoning and we truly enjoyed her passion, her enthusiasm, her energy and her smile. She was also a pretty good shopper. She was a wonderful vocalist and she sang with a high level of joy. We will miss Julie but know that her singing will be shared with us from heaven. Laura and Bob Love

Allie King (Hensel)

From sleepovers to dances to trips across the country we shared countless memories, none of which will ever be forgotten. Thank you for all of th great times, late night talks, dance parties, play rehearsals, and road trips. You were a true friend, a wonderful person, and an outstanding performer. The world is a little less bright without your smile.

Lisa Chesner

Too many other random good times to count. I love you girl.

One Comment

  1. Bianca Ritger March 21, 2022 at 9:53 pm - Reply

    Julie was my best friend at family camp. We shared many fond memories swimming, dancing, hiking and enjoying life around the campfire. I’m so sorry to hear of her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. God bless Julie and the joy she brought to this world.

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