Julia A. Alessio

October 16, 1922 - November 21, 2021

10/16/1922 - 11/21/2021

Past Services

Service
Saturday January 08, 2022
12:30 pm
St. Pius X Church
7800 Halprin Dr.
Norfolk, VA 23518
757-583-0291 | Directions
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Mass of the Resurrection

Julia A. Alessio died peacefully at the age of 99 in her Norfolk home on November 21, 2021.  She was preceded in death by all 9 of her siblings as well as her parents Frank and Rose Salvatore who immigrated to the United States in 1907 and 1909, respectively.  She is survived by twin daughters Donna J. Alessio and Diana A. Myers, along with her husband Edward F. Myers, Jr., and grandchildren Jennifer H. Brooks (Michael) and Edward F. Myers, III (Allison).   Also left behind are her great-grandchildren, Abigail, Madison, and Edward F. Myers, IV; Emily Brooks; a dear niece Julie Anderson (David); and a host of loving family and friends.
Ms. Alessio was a long-time member of Saint Pius X Catholic Church where a Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at 12:30 p.m.  In accordance with her wishes, she will be buried in her hometown of Shinnston, West Virginia, where a graveside service will be conducted on a date to be determined.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to a charity of your choice.  Condolences may be left for the family below.

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ElaineLaFratta
4 months ago

Sorry I am Jackie Shaw’s Sister maiden name Brown

Elaine LaFratta. Jackie Brown’s Sister
4 months ago

Loved Julia she was the sweetest, warmest woman who made my visits to see Jackie so much nicer. Sorry for your loss. Remember the wonderful memories.

Mick & Kathy Shaw
4 months ago

Mrs. Alessio was such a wonderful example of the greatest generation America has ever known! Selfless and self-sacrificing, humble and honest, loyal and loving, patriotic and proud, she was a strong and independent woman who lived an active life for virtually all of her nearly 100 years! She quietly shook her head at much of this world counts as progress and was saddened by the lack of basic decency and civility in today’s society. She loved her Lord, her family, her Church, and her Country to the fullest! I was very proud to know her but take comfort that the Lord called her home to Himself. God Bless and comfort you Donna for the unconditional love, support, and care you freely and lovingly gave your Mother over so many years! Prayers for healing and peace for all the rest of Mrs. Alessio’s family and friends as well…this world and all of us will surely miss you!

Rachel Welch
4 months ago

Our family is blessed to have known Ms. Julia for many years. She was a dear friend to my mother and my boys, Joey and Nicholas adored her. Donna and family, you are all in our thoughts and prayers.

John & Elaine Aird
4 months ago

Dearest Donna and Diana, Our deepest sorrow on the passing of your dear beloved Mom. How she loved her family and her family and friends loved her. May her soul rest in the Loving Arms of Our Father in Heaven.

Katie Forrest
4 months ago

Oh what a beautiful Mother daughter relationship! The love you have for each
other will always live on in your hearts. You have so many wonderful memories.
Our Lord will continue to bless you and hold you close during this time. Our love and prayers…..Kate and Gary Forrest

Mr and Mrs Larry Durkee
4 months ago

I first met Julia in 1965 and spent many hours with her in the work environment. She made the days seem more pleasant and was such a pleasure to know her and her family. Our thoughts, love, and prayers are with her and her family.

Les Thorpe
4 months ago

Our thoughts are with you Donna and your sister with the passing of your mother. We pray for peace and strength during this sad time.