Evangelina Noriega
1930 - 2021
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06/07/1930 - 05/30/2021 On May 30, 2021, Evangeline Rodriguez Noriega got her wings and flew with the angels. She was 90 years old. Eva was a lifelong Wilmington native, and was born there on June 7, 1930. She was a proud mother and grandmother. Despite having three children, she shared her maternal love with many others, taking care of and loving all who passed through her door. Eva always provided love and support for her family. Her devotion was not limited to only family, as she shared this affection with students when she worked as a teacher's aid for over 20 years. In her retirement, she remained active, whether it be taking trips around the world or to the casino. She also enjoyed working in her beautiful large garden. Her absolute favorite activity was to go dancing with her husband Bernard. They spent an adoring 74 years together, up until the loss of Bernard 8 months ago. Their family grieves her loss but takes comfort in knowing that "Babe" and "Bernie" are dancing together again. Evangeline is preceded by her husband Bernard, her two sisters, Ernestine and Consuelo, and her brother Louis. She is survived by her three children, Daniel, Paulette, and Bernard III, her two sisters, Mary and Helen, and her three grandchildren, Christine, Robert, and April. The funeral service will be held at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Wilmington on June 11th at 10 am. A cemetery service will follow at Historic Wilmington Cemetery. Please sign the guestbook at mcnerneysmortuary.com.

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Published in Palos Verdes Peninsula News on Jun. 5, 2021.
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