Anna Mae Julias, 92, of Newville, passed
away on Tuesday, February 21, 2011, at her home. She was born on Wednesday, August 27, 1919, in Harrisburg, a daughter of
the late George Jacob Jury and Daisy Marie (Murdorff) Jury. She was the widow of Tosos "Tom" Julias, who died Sept.
and her late husband formerly owned and operated several area restaurants, which included the "Broiler", the "Snack
Bar" and the "Fort Louther" restaurants, all of Carlisle and the "Central" restaurant in Lebanon.
Anna retired from The Bon Ton in Carlisle. She was a member of Brethren In Christ Church, Carlisle, and will be deeply missed
by her loving family.
She is survived
by four sons; Harry T. (and his wife, Linda) Julias, Deano T. (and his wife, Betty) Julias, Christopher T. (and his wife,
Linda) Julias, all of Carlisle and Steven T. (and his wife, Claire) Julias of Newville, one daughter, Taygety T. Julias-McNally
(and her husband, James) of Newville, five sisters; Viola M. Thomas of Carlisle, Alma M. Engle of Dillsburg, Verna L. Bachman
of East Berlin, Shirley D. Fry of Carlisle and Miriam C. Steigleman of Mira Loma, CA, 15 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren,
6 great-great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Anna was preceded in death by three brothers; Lehman M., Oliver J.
and Leroy R. Jury.
will be held on Friday, February 24, 2012, at 2 p.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle. Rev.
Alan Robinson will officiate. Burial will be in Cumberland Valley Memorial Gardens, Carlisle. Viewing will be held on Friday
from 1 p.m. until time of services.
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I am sorry to learn about Anna Mae passing.
I was a neighbor of your mother's
and I really enjoyed talking with her.
My deepest sympathy
Sorry for your loss.
for your loss
Lew and Charlotte Anderson
Sorry to hear of your loss. I went to school with your sister shirley.
iIalso worked with her at mc coy electronics
sara [bonnie] brough
I don't know your family as well as Frank did. Many times he would tell me something about the family
if we saw one of you somewhere. I know he joins me in expressing our deepest sympathy to you all, especially Betty and Dino
and Jim and Ty. It's hard now but God will strengthen you through the next while, but your mother will always be with
you. God bless and comfort all of you.
Deno and Chris -
My Condolences - May God's Tender Loving Care comfort and strengthen you and your family,
each according to your needs.
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