Swan Funeral Home


Judith Marilyn Sjulander

13 diciembre , 19412 enero , 2021

On Saturday, January 2nd, Judith Marilyn Sjulander, a Mother of 3, Grandmother of 4 and wife to the late Nils O. Sjulander, passed away peacefully at the age of 79.

Judith was born in Boston, MA on December 13, 1941. She was an only child to Beverly and Louise Ottaway. She attended Wellesley Highschool where she met her husband, Nils. After high school she attended beauty school and received her hairdressing license, got married and had three children. Moving to CT she was a home maker and a devoted wife. Her and her husband owned the house they raised their children in for 56 years.

Judi told it like it was, whether you wanted to hear it or not. She was full of love and stubborn but always there for you. She also loved to care after her family, Loved animals and had a large collection of carousel horses. She spent much of her time playing scrabble, completing word search puzzles, watching the cooking channel and cooking for her family.

Judith is survived by her three children, Donna Wilson of Clinton CT, James Sjulander of Palm Coast FL, and Robert Sjulander of Hamilton NJ. She had four grandchildren, Christopher, Niklas, Erik and Nicole. Her husband Nils predeceased her March 28, 2019.


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Judith Marilyn Sjulander


Nicole Sjulander

16 febrero , 2021

My favorite memory was when we would all get together at Grammies house and she would make delicious food from her own recipes.

Thomas Cote

10 enero , 2021

I was very fortune to be able to spend many years with Mom. And all the good times i got to have with her. She would tell me like it was. But l love her as my second Mom!!I will miss her dearly. I am so sorry for your lost Donna-Jameiy-Rob- and kids!!! With love Tom

Rose Pacheco

9 enero , 2021

I will sorely miss my best friend, who was more like a sister, of nearly 60 years. Although we weren't able to be physically close and she wouldn't get on a darn plane, I always loved keeping in touch. I will forever treasure my last trip to CT where we reminisced about the good old days and all the fun we had. So many great, great memories. Judi will forever be in my heart.

Kathleen Brown

8 enero , 2021

I was welcomed to our neighborhood 18 years ago by a very tall, thin, handsome man running after me while I was walking my pug. He introduced himself as Nils (who later became Grandpa GG) he says my wife Judy (who later became Grammie GG) wanted me to say hello and that we too have a pug. From that day on, I'd visit them on my way home from our walk, and well, the adoption was permanent. My boys and I are so grateful to have had both these wonderful people in our lives and are so beyond sad we can't see them just one more time. We love you so much .

Connie Arsenault

8 enero , 2021

Judy and I spent many hours together. ,playing scrabble every morning for over 25;yrs. Shared many memories of our lives . More like sisters then neighbors.
Deepest sympathy to her family. She loved you all so very much. Rest in Peace ,Judy in the arms of our Lord.
Blessed is the Father that promises us every lasting life. You will always live in our hearts never to be forgotten ❤️

Wendy Neal

7 enero , 2021

Donna , Rob and Jaime ,
I am so sorry for your loss . I spent a lot of time with your Mom back in the day - When she was visiting Mrs H . ( Wanda ) She and your Dad were great people . I am so very sorry for you and your entire family .
Take care ,
Wendy ( Wight) Neal