OBITUARY

Julia Louise Bogany

July 16, 1948March 28, 2021
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Julia Louise Bogany was born on July 16, 1948 and passed away on March 28, 2021 and is under the care of Mt. View Mortuary & Cemetery.

Committal Service will be held on April 17, 2021 at 11:15 am at Mt. View Mortuary & Cemetery, 570 East Highland Ave, San Bernardino, CA.

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  • Committal Service

    Saturday, April 17, 2021

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Sandonne Goad

April 17, 2021

Our condolences for Julia, her family, her friends, and the Tongva People. Our hearts and prayers are with you all at this time.

Julia was a beautiful person that gave freely of her time and her knowledge to teach our People and the greater community. She will be greatly missed as she takes her place with our ancestors.

She will not be forgotten by any that had the pleasure of meeting her. Such a sweet lady and a tremendous loss.

May she find the glory and love of the Creator. May she be welcomed with open arms, joyful hearts, and the smiling faces of our ancestors. May her family and friends find understanding and peace in the life she lived.

Meyaa Yooyavoyn ‘achoova, Julia.

Annette Kunzman

April 17, 2021

On behalf of the FASD Network of Southern California, our sincere condolences to the family and community of Julia. She was a gifted teacher and leader. We were honored to know her.

Madelyn (Jane) Duran

March 31, 2021

The heavens have received another bright, wonderful, brilliant, and beautiful angel. I have had the privilege and honor of working alongside Elder Julia Bogany during my undergrad at the University of La Verne. After being inspired and motivated by my experiences working with Native Voices at the Autry, I felt called to learn more about my family's indigenous roots and it was such a blessing to have cousin Cheif Red Blood connect me to Elder Bogany. With Elder Bogany's mentorship, we were able to host monthly elder circles, a Tongva Blessing of our new Ludwick Center, a Tongva Keepsake Celebration, and the university's first California Native American Day celebration. She welcomed me with open arms and truly changed my life forever. It is because of her that I feel empowered to learn and do more to bring indigenous representation to the communities I serve. She will always have such a special place in my heart and mind as I continue to walk in her footsteps.

My heart goes out to her family and all of her loved ones.

Her legacy will continue to shine bright as she has touched the hearts of so many who have been blessed to be in her presence.

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