Erma Jewel Juliano, 93, of Bartlesville, went home to be with her Lord on August 5, 2020.
Erma, who was affectionately known as Jewel, was born March 26, 1927, to Lee and Rena Henry. Jewel had four siblings and they were raised in Zoe in Southeast Oklahoma by their father, after their mother, Rena, had passed when Jewel was only 6 years old.
In 1942, Jewel married Nathaniel Anthony Juliano and they moved to Tulsa to build their home and start a family. The family spent a few years moving around while Nate served in the military and lived in Brooklyn, N.Y., for a significant amount of time before moving back to Oklahoma. Every year the family would enjoy a month-long trip to Brooklyn before the school year started. In 1954 when Jewel and Nate resettled in Nowata, the family opened The Ideal Restaurant.
Jewel enjoyed being involved in her children’s lives and participated in their school activities. She enjoyed crocheting, reading, working in her garden, having meals with her family and visiting with anyone. She had such a love for people that she would ask everyone to call her ‘Granny’.
She is survived by her daughter, Janet Juliano of Bartlesville, OK; one brother, Glen Henry of Bakersfield, CA; eight grandchildren, Rhonda Hayman, Dacon Juliano, Eddie Bauman, Frankie Bauman, Pamela Cook, Angie Fields, Holly Bolinger and Michael Bolinger; 21 great-grandchildren; 20 great-great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Erma is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Nathaniel Juliano; two sons, Dennis and Robert Juliano; two daughters, Elaine “Joyce” Johnson and Patricia Seibert; grandson, David Bauman; and great-granddaughter, Cheyanne Bauman.
Services will be announced and held at a later date.
The family would like to give a special thanks to the staff of Heritage Villa and Comforting Hands Hospice for their wonderful care.
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