Juliette Frances Armin

Juliette Frances Armin

June 16, 1918 - March 12, 2005

Juliette Frances Armin

June 16, 1918 - March 12, 2005


Juliette F. Armin, 86. Born in California on June 16, 1918. Passed away March 12, 2005 in Aliso Viejo, California. Juliette is survived by daughter Anne Naylor; daughter, Carol Sexton and her husband, Rob; daughter Denise Austin and her husband, Scott; son, Craig Armin; grandchildren Michael Eddy and his wife, Jennifer; Kevin Eddy and his wife, Michelle; Adrian Sexton and his wife, Bonnie; Ariana Sexton and her husband John; Annelise Sexton; Aislinn Sexton; Eli Williem and his wife, Leslie; Julie Armin and Lynn Klinger and her husband, Jason; great-grandchildren Trevor, Jonah, Conner and two new great-grandchildren on the way.

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8 responses to Juliette Frances Armin

  1. Eli Williem says:

    Grandma was very special to me, and I don’t know if I can convey that in words. Not only was she a relative, she was a friend, a confidant, an advisor, and a mentor. I looked up to her for her strength. In times of greatest adversity, she had the will to push on and never did she show any signs of trepidation or fear. She took what life gave her and kept a positive outlook. She was very important to her friends and family, and she would have done anything for them. I have very fond memories of living with her and grandpa for my first few years, of traveling to Apple Valley with both of them and Kevin in the backseat of the Gold Duster, of playing in the bamboo garden, of having dinner with Grandma while she was living in Glendale, introducing her to Leslie at Descanso Gardens, and as Adrian mentioned, the many trips to Pic’n’Save. I will definitely miss her, but I am happy that she is no longer suffering. She also got the gift that she wanted for so long, her family was together. It was great to see everybody together celebrating Grandma. I hope that we can all stay in touch.

  2. Carol Sexton says:

    I loved the response of my son-in-law, John, to the program we created for my mom’s funeral: “Wow! She was a hottie!” I look at pictures of her from the 30s and 40s, and think about how she brought the spirit I see in those sparkling brown eyes as she strutted down the main street of Catalina to creating a home and family. I remember growing up feeling so special. A beautiful mom, a handsome dad who could build anything, including our house that became the central gathering place for friends. I remember that the dining room table was less about eating and more about conversation and debate on anything and everything under the sun, and always with extra places set for friends. I remember the four times that she put aside everything and came to wherever I lived to spend the first week with her new grandchild. She managed to make my house sparkle, feed us fabulous meals, and still get up in the middle of the night with the baby. Although we had a period of time when we were separated, she welcomed me back without recrimination. Hospitality, selfless love, and forgiveness. These are the gifts that I will remember my mother gave me.

  3. I won’t remember Mom as she was in recent years. I will remember her as a robust, healthy, beautiful woman who could do just about anything from mowing both lawns to preparing supper for a family of six to sewing a prom dress’all in the space of an afternoon AND working full-time while raising four children. She was never too tired or busy to help us or anyone else, for that matter. She was always there for us and, while we may not have agreed on everything, we seemed to be able to work things out and work around our disagreements. She was selfless and put others before her own needs’almost to a fault. Now we all go on from here knowing that Mom is at peace and no longer suffering from the weakness she incurred from the Parkinson’s. As always, she remained dignified and never once complained about the debilitating effects of the disease. Even in the last days as her body was growing ever weaker, she would still show great concern about a longtime friend’s impending surgery or how her pregnant granddaughter-in-law was feeling. And, yes, I could still make her laugh which was a wonderful gift for both of us! I miss her terribly, but take solace in knowing that she is finally reunited with my dad and all the others who went before her’her mom and dad, her sister Marie, her little brother Eugene, and many, many more she loved and missed. I sure hope she and my dad are dancing’she loved to dance!

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