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Ana Elida Julian Govia Dies

Ana Elida Julian Govia

Ana Elida Julian Govia was born on May 28, 1948, and died on Wednesday, Aug. 17.

Ana was preceded in death by her parents: Primitivo Julian and Regina James-Ludwig; son, Darrlyn A. Williams; siblings: Virgina Samuel, Elba I. Julian-Rodriguez, Alma Y. Julian, Jose M. Julian and Angel L. Julian; and sibling-in-law, Marley Govia.

Ana was loved and survived by her husband, Amory Govia; children: Angel L. Osorio Jr., George J. Lewis, Michael C. Lewis, Thomas C. Lewis Jr., Faviana A. Montes De Oca; grandchildren: Shaniqua Montes De Oca, Kanisha Osorio-Cofer, Angel L. Osorio III, Malaysia Turner, Angelo C. Osorio, Amber Lewis, Iesha Lewis-Buonocore, AnnaMarie Lewis, Olivia Lewis and Callan Lewis.

She is also survived by great-grandchildren: Kaleriah Hill, Kamolly Cofer, Kalayla Cofer, Chase Osorio, Dream Osorio, Laila Lewis, Scarlett Lewis, Jayce Buonocore, Jensen Lewis, Antonio Muniz, Edwin Muniz and Amias Muniz; and siblings: Crecencia Ramos, Raymond James, Ilda L. Julian, Nydia E. Julian, Donna M. Julian, Primitivo Julian Jr.

Other survivors inlcude daughters-in-law: Megan Lewis, Amaris Lewis and Alice Stout-Osorio; son-in-law, Theophile Thomas Jr.; siblings-in-law: Rublet Govia-Francis, Frank Govia and Hendricks Govia; as well as other family members too numerous to mention.

A family viewing is scheduled for 3-5 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 8, at Divine Funeral Services and Crematory, 129 Estate Peter’s Rest, Christiansted.

The second viewing will take place at 9:30 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10:30 a.m., Friday, Sept. 9, at Saint Patrick’s Catholic Church, 416 Custom House Street, Frederiksted. Interment will be at Frederiksted Cemetery.

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