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Juliana Hernandez
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Remembering Juliana...

Juliana R. Hernandez, 40, of Fontana, California was born on Monday, September 28, 1981 in Bakersfield, California to Jerry and Rebecca Hernandez. She is survived by her son, Ezekiel, her parents Jerry and Rebecca Hernandez, her siblings, Maria de Pilar Meza, Gerardo R. Hernandez, Mariana Guerrero, and Alfredo R. Hernandez, her nieces and nephews, and Mario Jurado.

Growing up, she was full of life and won the hearts of all those that she met along the way. Juliana always saw the positive in any bad situation. She was a second mom to all her nieces and nephews. Always cheering and encouraging them along the way. She always went out of her way to show how much she really cared and loved her family.

As a young adult, Juliana accomplished getting an Associates degree at Victor Valley Community College. She later pursued a degree in Social Work at Cal State San Bernardino. Even in hardships, she always kept positive. She had many wonderful opportunities working in all different fields of work. From dental to retail county services to working in a family owned business. Working as an office assistant and manager for the past 8 years, she formed close relationships with vendors and customers that praised her work ethic. Even outside of work she always put everything before her own needs. Even in her last moments she worried about everyone before her own pain.

Juliana was wise beyond her years. Always leading us by example to put God first in all that we do. Juliana touched all our hearts with her gentle and charismatic character. We are left heart broken the day her beautiful soul left us way so soon. For we know, that she is up in heaven rejoicing with our Lord and Savior. Joining his army and preparing for us to meet again. Until then, we will cherish the precious gifts she leaves us with, her amazing memories and a piece of her with her son, Ezekiel.

 

A service of remembrance will be held Friday, May 6, 2022 at 12:00 noon. With services starting at 12:30pm. We do ask for our privacy at the conclusion of services and fellowship. Thank you for your continued love and support. 

Posted by Mariana
Wednesday May 4, 2022 at 3:12 pm
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