Obituaries & Tributes
Julie Pease Bergeron
date of birth March 12 1946
date of death September 22 2020
Julie Pease Bergeron, age 74, of Lake Oswego Oregon, passed away on September 22, 2020, two weeks after learning of her cancer diagnosis, and just under ten years since her kidney transplant in early October, 2010.
Julie was born in New Milford, Connecticut on March 12, 1946 to Howard Edson and Helen Danahy Pease. She graduated from New Milford High School and continued on to receive a Bachelor of Science Childhood Education degree from Russell Sage College in Troy, New York, and a Masters of Business Administration degree from Pace University in New York City, New York.
Julie was married to Charles Edward Bergeron on August 17, 1968; they were married 52 years.
Julie worked as first/second grade teacher for over eight years in New York State until moving to Lake Oswego, Oregon in 1976 where she and Charles raised their two daughters.During this time, Julie was very involved in the community serving in numerous positions including: board member of the Mountain Park Home Owners Association, treasurer of Citizens of Mountain Park (COMP), vice-president of the Parry Center for Children auxiliary helping to raise funds for the Southeast Portland facility for emotionally disturbed children, and member of the Uplands Elementary Parent Teacher Board. Julie loved her family and friends dearly and particularly loved celebrating all holidays with them. She was known for her over-the-top holiday decorations and being a phenomenal hostess, which brought so much joy to everyone that knew her. One of her favorite things to do was making holiday wreaths and giving them to family and friends. Julie also loved music and dancing, and particularly spending time with her family at the beach.Those that loved her will most miss her beautiful smile, witty sense of humor, and loving and caring heart.
Julie is survived by her spouse, Charles Edward Bergeron; grandchildren, Ella Oliva, Robbie Durbin, Samantha Oliva, and Nick Durbin; two daughters, Corrie Oliva and Ali Durbin and spouses Jon Oliva and Joel Durbin; sister Alice Pease Woodford and husband Robert Woodford; brother, Dr. Howard Pease and wife Kate Pease; sisters in-law Diane Bergeron and Mary Suchopar and husband Michael Suchopar; nieces Kraleigh Woodford, Amy Russell, Dr. Hillary Woodford Lawrence,Emily Soanes, and Kate Mitchell; and nephews Clifton Pease, Ben Suchopar, Jill Bergeron, Pete Bergeron, and Jimmy Bergeron.
Julie is preceded in death by her parents Howard Edson and Helen Danahy Pease; father in-law Charles Bergeron; mother in-law Eileen Bergeron; brother in-law Joe Bergeron; sister in-law Sue Bergeron; and nephew Rob Woodford.
The funeral service will be held at 11:00 am on October 9th at Our Lady of the Lake parish.Due to COVID 19, the family is only allowed to have a small number of people in attendance by invite only.As such, the service will be available via livestream.The link will be available that day on the Our Lady of the Lake church website at https://www.ollparish.com/liturgy/funerals/.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to the Good Samaritan Kidney Transplant Fund. Information can be found on their website at https://www.legacyhealthgiving.org/kidney.
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Candle lit by Connie Bergeron family, I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Julie. I didn't know her well, but she was a good friend to my sister, Sandy and her family. I knew her as a kind and loving person. May love and peace surround you.
Candle lit by Mary Bergeron Suchopar Chuck, Corrie and Ali. I think of you every day and pray for you. I wish I could be with you during this difficult time. I will miss my phone conversations with your Mom. We would laugh from the minute we said hello till the time we said good bye. Her infectious laugh will stay with me forever. Aunt Mary
Candle lit by Staff at Autumn Funerals, Cremation & Burial Our sincere condolences.
Candle lit by Joel and Ali Durbin We love you and miss you so much Mom. The holidays will never be the same without you. Your smile and sense of humor will never be forgotten. We love you!!
Candle lit by Tommy Tracey “Jules!” I’ll never forget your bright shining face. It seems like only yesterday Ali and I would come home from school and find you in the kitchen. You always greeted us with a warm smile and a hug...and then graciously made us snacks and asked about our day. You were always so kind...although rightfully suspicious of us crazy teenagers! :) Nonetheless you always had our back and gave us your unconditional support. I’m so sad I didn’t get to say goodbye. And moreover, to say thank you.
Candle lit by Jill Bergeron Rest in peace, Aunt Julie. Each time I see a holiday wreath, I will think fondly of you.
Candle lit by Doug Robertson Very sorry for the whole family. I only saw Julie once since high school, our class will miss her.....Douglas Robertson