Eva Belloni
1918 - 2020
McAvoy O'Hara
4545 Geary Blvd.
San Francisco, CA
Eva Belloni

Eva Belloni (née Borella), beloved Wife, Mother, Mother-in-Law, Grandmother and Great Grandmother, passed away after a long, well-lived life on November 24, 2020. Eva was born on Valentine's Day 1918 to Giovanni and Luisa (Firenze) Borella in San Francisco, during the Spanish Flu Epidemic. Preceded in death by her dear husband, Frank, her sisters Elsie Dal Poggetto and Linda Borella. Survived by her sons, William and James (Liana); grandchildren Gregory Belloni (Liliana), Nicholas Belloni, and Jennifer Belloni Winbery (Matthew); great-grandchildren Katelyn and Joshua Winbery, William and Lily Belloni. Also survived by Cheryl Belloni, cousins, nieces and nephews, and her dear friend Mary Alacia.
Eva was a practical woman who never wanted to be the center of attention, yet she was clearly the center of her family's life. She lived through two pandemics, two World Wars, the Great Depression and countless other experiences in her 102 years.
Mom, Noni, Lala, a woman known by many terms of endearment, we have been blessed with her long life, with the love she had for all of us and with the cherished memories we hold in our hearts. May she Rest In Peace.
Memorial contributions in Eva's name may be made to your local food bank.

Published by San Francisco Chronicle from Nov. 28 to Dec. 6, 2020.
To plant trees in memory, please visit the Sympathy Store.
To offer your sympathy during this difficult time, you can now have memorial trees planted in a National Forest in memory of your loved one.
Funeral services provided by:
McAvoy O'Hara
Sponsored by McAvoy O'Hara The Evergreen Mortuary.
Add a Message

Not sure what to say?

2 Entries
Although my family moved away from the neighborhood over fifty years ago, I have fond memories of growing up with the Belloni family. Eva was a good, devoted, and caring mother; truly a great and loving person. Remembering Eva makes me smile as I am sure such memories of her will do for all who knew her. Her family will be proud to have had her as mother, grandmother, and aunt. Hopefully those same recollections, along with many others, will buoy up their spirits in these sad time.

Joseph Saccone, Jr.
Joseph Saccone, Jr.
December 9, 2020
Eva was a wonderful person and we will miss her dearly. My Nana loved to look out the back door to see if Eva was home. They traveled together and spent a lifetime together. She was so touched that you mentioned her in Eva’s obituary. We send our deepest sympathies.
Mary Alasia’s and family
Lisa Alvarez
December 3, 2020
Showing 1 - 2 of 2 results