Juliana  Everberg

Obituary of Juliana Eloise Everberg

Juliana Eloise (Belangia) Everberg, of Woburn, passed away at the Woodbriar Nursing Facility in Wilmington on Monday, December 23. She was 75 years of age. Born in Norfolk, Virginia on May 3, 1944, she was the daughter of the late Joyce & Julian Belangia; and she was the loving wife of Paul D Everberg. Juliana completed her public education in South Norfolk (now Chesapeake) Virginia, and then went on to become a telephone operator. Juliana married Paul Everberg in Virginia and then moved to Woburn, MA to raise a family. Juliana gave birth to three children: James, Christina & David. Juliana was a volunteer worker at the White Elementary School on Bow Street when her children were students there. During this time, Juliana was active as a leader with the Girl Scouts. As Juliana’s children moved up from Elementary School to Junior High School, she re-entered the work force as a Telephone Operator/Receptionist and was employed by three companies over her working years – 1st for Metcalf & Eddy in Wakefield, 2nd for Prime Computer in Bedford and 3rd for Standard Electric in Wilmington. After moving from Virginia to Woburn, Juliana lived in the same house in the Beach Street neighborhood, except for 18 months during 1979 & 1980 where she and family lived in El Paso, Texas. Juliana loved flowers and always maintained several flower beds around the house. Juliana also kept many potted plants inside the house. In addition to her husband Paul, Juliana is survived by two sons and one daughter, James and his wife Susan of Chesapeake, VA, Christina Caamano and her partner Dean Stiglitz of Woburn, and David and his wife Joy of Longmont, CO; and her sister Myra Elmore of Chesapeake, VA. Juliana is also survived by four grandchildren: Emma, James, Aurora and Eleanor. Private services will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Juliana’s memory may be made to the Woburn High School Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 202, Woburn, MA 01801. Arrangements by the Graham Funeral Home, Woburn.
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