Dionisia “Junie” Segundo Isaacson (74)
October 9, 1946 - August 20, 2021
Dionisia “Junie” Segundo Isaacson (Bananola) 74 years young of Las Vegas,
NV lost her 11-day ICU battle with COVID-19 on the evening of
Friday, August 20, 2021, at 5:00 pm, at Sunrise Hospital, with the
company of her children and grandchildren.
Dionisia was born in Bohol, Philippines on October 9, 1946,
to Fabian and Cesaria (Segundo) Bananola.
She was married to Wayne Charles Isaacson on December 18, 1976,
and again on their anniversary in 2013.
She studied business at Holy Angel College and
the University of Bohol and owned a multitude of
businesses after moving to the US.
She retired from the Four Queens in 2013
where she worked as a dealer.
She was known as “Junie” to friends.
She had a great sense of humor which paired well
with her vibrant smile and contagious laughter.
She had a big heart and spread love and joy to all who knew her. She
was at the center of her family,
always providing a listening ear,
genuine compassion, and warm support.
She valued quality time with her friends and family,
especially her grandkids and great- grandchild.
She worked hard all her life but knew how to live.
In life, Junie loved to sing, dance,
travel the world, garden, and talk on the phone.
Proceeded in death are her parents,
her brothers Eusebio and Marcelino, and her husband.
She leaves behind her sister Primativa (Prim) Bananola Dunavant of Texas,
her 3 children
Joel Isaacson (Kim Shelton) of Atwater, CA,
Jeannie (Nick) McClure of Bardstown, KY
and Jocelyn Isaacson (Michael Wood) of Las Vegas, NV
and 11 grandchildren
Jasmine, Jose, Joseph, Alicia, Jaycee, Kaden,
Jarrett, Myka, Myah, Michael, and Adam,
1 great-grandchild Sofia in addition to
many friends, cousins, nieces and nephews
that all loved and cared for her.
Her viewing and memorial service will be held at
Desert Memorial, 1111 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas NV
on Sunday, September 5, 2021
from 12:00pm to 5:00pm.
Due to COVID, family will be holding a
private dinner following the service.
“You will always be missed and will continue to live
through all of the amazing memories you left us with…
your soul will never be forgotten and forever loved.”
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