Kaiser, Julie K.

February 9, 1958 - December 30, 2019

It is with heavy hearts and the deepest love we announce the passing of Julie Kay (Hardin) Kaiser after a sudden illness. She will always be in the hearts of her best friend and husband of 20 years Wilhelm Kaiser, her children Amber (Thomas) Wedenhaus, Ross Owings Whitney Petree and Cortney Bond. She will forever be loved and remembered for her sense of humor, sweet touch and listening ear as “Nana” to her nine grandchildren Kyle, Savannah, Austin, Heidi, Sadie, Kennedy, Ryan, Rebecca and Emily. As well as her sister Lynette Cremona Philpot (Jimmy) , brothers-in-law Frank and Tom. As well as many nieces, nephews, extended family and dear friends.

We were blessed to be able hold her hand and offer our love in her last moments and give her the reassurance that we will one day see her again in the eternities. While we are saddened to have lost her too early, it is our honor shared this life with her.

There will be a remembrance for her at Aria Funeral Home in Irving, Texas on January 7th from 4pm-8pm to meet with our family and share our love and memories of her.

In lieu of flowers, we will be accepting memorial donations to Venmo account @Cortney-Bond-1 or PayPal [email protected].

16 replies on “Kaiser, Julie K.”

Simone Becker says:

Dearest Amber and all her family, I wish you my deepest condolences. I’ve met your mother once and she was the sweetest. She’ll be in my prayers. Love from myself and my family.

Carolyn Whatcott says:

We shared a lot of great times together as a family at holidays and birthdays. Loved her great sense of humor and wit. Will see you again Julie.

Ashley Munro says:

Our prayers and blessings on all of those who knew and loved Aunt Julie. She was a sweet woman with a loving heart. We will miss her and find peace in the fact that she is now one of God’s newest angels.
Ashley, David, Amy and Kate Munro

Nicole Hiss says:

From Germany we send Amber and her whole Family all our Love to get through this Time.

With all our Love.

Stella, Marco and Nicole Hiss

Andy Ellis says:

Our condolence to the family

Meredith Lux says:

Julie was such a caring and thoughtful friend and coworker. She was always ready to lend a listening ear. She loved to talk about her wonderful grandchildren that she cherished. I will greatly miss her presence here.


I’m so sorry for your loss. I will keep the entire family in my prayers. Ms Julie was a beautiful person who knew exactly how to put a smile on one’s face. I will miss chatting with her…GOD bless!

Tina Smith says:

My prayers go out to the Kaiser Family.

Maryanne Romano says:

I retired from UTSW 3 1/2 years ago, but still remember Julie with fondness. She was always cheerful and smiling when I visited. She was friendly and helpful and an important part of the team. I am confident she is sitting at the Lord’s table, smiling down on her loved ones.

roy fields says:

i did not get a chance to meet her willie but she must have been pretty special to lure that Canadian boy to live a good life south of the border

Josh Whatcott says:

I was very saddened to hear of Aunt Julie’s passing. I am thinking of and praying for her family. I will always remember her great laugh and sense of humor, along with her kindness to our family.

Isabelle Hofmann says:

Im Namen der ganzen Familie Hofmann unser tief empfundenes Beileid

Yesenia Kohli says:

My condolences to your family. We will miss you Mrs. Julie. She was so helpful to our office, always had a smile and always extending herself to help others. Our office will greatly miss you!

Briana Sacco says:

Sending prayers to Julie’s family and friends. Julie was the first person I met when I started working at UT Southwestern 5 years ago as a child psychiatrist. Though I didn’t get to see her often in person, I enjoyed her emails prompting me (and others) to complete needed forms and tasks in a timely manner. I loved hearing her talk about her family trips to Galveston, as she clearly cherished these moments. I will miss her!

Eva Geiss says:

Dearest Amber and Family, my heartfelt and sincere condolences. All my love

Regenia Allen says:

I’m so sorry for your loss. Mrs. Julie was a sweet person who could put a smile on your face. She cherished her grandbabies whom she talked so highly of. I will miss her dearly.

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