Juliana Roberta Sacilotto
September 4, 1953 – November 28, 2015
Juliana Roberta Sacilotto, age 62, died peacefully at home on November 28, 2015 with her husband by her side. In passing, she was surrounded by her family and friends in love and prayer. Juliana was born in Phoenix, Arizona on September 4, 1953 to Richard and Julia Warner, the third in a large family of 6 siblings. A dear and caring wife and mother, she is survived by her loving husband of 28 years, Alessandro Sacilotto. She is also survived by: son Pablo Sacilotto, his wife Shelby Sacilotto and their daughter Avangeline Sacilotto; brother Charles Warner and his wife Cindy Warner; sister Nanette Warner and her husband Bob Crago; sister Juanita McDonough and her husband Rick McDonough; sister Marie Warner and her husband Rees Bevan; and sister Alberta Warner and her husband Phillip Tubert.
Juliana received a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Maryland and a Master of Arts degree in Nursing Administration from New York University. She served on active duty in the US Army Nurse Corps for 13 years, eventually retiring from the Army Reserve with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. On the way, she obtained a Master of Science degree in Business Administration from Boston University. Following her Army career, she worked for the Department of Defense in Germany and Belgium. She retired last year from the Department of the Treasury in northern Virginia where she last worked as a financial analyst in the Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.
Juliana lived a wonderfully rich life, making many dear friends, enjoying new experiences and seeing many fascinating places throughout Europe, Asia and Africa with her husband and son. She was liked and admired by all who knew her and loved deeply by her family and dearest friends. The courage and dignity that Juliana showed while on her life’s final journey was an inspiration to all. Juliana and her immediate family extend their gratitude to all of the family, friends and medical professionals who cared for, supported, loved and prayed for her through this journey. Juliana was cremated on December 2, 2015 at the Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home in Fairfax, Virginia.A Funeral Mass will be held March 19, 2016 in Tucson, Arizona with the burial to follow.
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