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Andrea Jean Borg

November 13, 1945 – April 17, 2021


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Andrea Jean Borg (Billy), 75, left her earthly home, in Mesa, Arizona, to be with her Heavenly Father on Saturday, April 17, 2021.

 

Andrea was born on November 13, 1945 in Cleveland, OH to Anne (Andrijowski) and John Billy.  She grew up in Akron, OH, and attended Ohio State University for her undergraduate degree and University of Hawaii for her graduate degree.  Andrea dedicated her life to inspiring young minds throughout her 40 years of teaching; retiring as a sophomore English teacher and Speech and Debate coach in 2010 from St. Johns High School, St. Johns, Arizona.

 

Andrea will be remembered as a woman of God – strong in her Catholic faith, a devoted Ohio State Buckeyes Fan, a lover of all animals, particularly her grandpups and the many dogs that blessed her throughout her life, a Triple Crown horse racing enthusiast, a music fanatic who enjoyed attending concerts with her children, a “professional” bargain hunter who enjoyed shopping, a gifted counted cross-stitcher who created countless pieces of artwork for her friends and family, and a prolific reader. Most importantly, though, Andrea will be remembered as a doting grandmother who loved nothing more than spending time with her grandchildren.

 

Andrea was proceeded in death by her parents John and Anne Billy and sister Nadine Billy.  She is survived by her husband of nearly 50 years, Donald – Mesa, AZ, step-daughter Lynn Olson (Richard) – Minneapolis, MN, son Shane Borg (Lindsay) – Gilbert, AZ, daughter Heather Morrell (Chris) – Peoria, AZ, grandchildren Sarah, Ryan, Ian, and Evan, brothers Steve Billy and John (Kathryn) Billy, sister Yvonne (Patrick) Weidner, and numerous nieces, nephews, and dear friends.

 

Memorial services will be held at the Mountain View Cemetery, in Mesa, AZ, on May 21, 2021 at 1:00 pm.  A reception will be held following the memorial at the Borg home in Mesa, AZ.

 

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7 responses to “Andrea Jean Borg”

  1. Traci Macgillivray says:

    She meant the world to many and changed so many lives! I am forever grateful…. I will miss you forever! Until we meet again my friend!

  2. Anne Salazar says:

    Will miss Andrea. I worked with her at the high school for many years and she taught my kids English. She was a good friend and faithful Catholic. My condolences to her family. May God give you peace.

  3. Amy Moter says:

    I worked with Mrs. Borg at St. John’s High School! She was an amazing teacher and a great friend! I am so sad to hear of her passing! She was an inspiration to all who knew her!!!!

  4. Michelle Janke Trevillyan says:

    Mrs. Borg was a wonderful teacher. I loved learning from her in my years at St. Johns. I am going to miss her so much. RIP Mrs. Borg.

  5. Gina Bond Hansen says:

    She was a great teacher and mentor. She planted the seeds that led me to considering education as a career. She was dedicated to her students and was one if the “great ones.”

  6. John Hanna says:

    Don. Victoria and I are truly sorry for your lost, may God bless you and family, may Andrea rest in peace, may God Bless her and may eternal light shine upon her. We will pray for you and her and your family. Sincerely, John and Victoria Hanna.

  7. Megan Pollack-Miller says:

    She was a wonderful teacher. I loved her class. May our loving Father in heaven bless and comfort the family.

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Andrea Jean Borg

November 13, 1945 – April 17, 2021


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Andrea Jean Borg (Billy), 75, left her earthly home, in Mesa, Arizona, to be with her Heavenly Father on Saturday, April 17, 2021.

 

Andrea was born on November 13, 1945 in Cleveland, OH to Anne (Andrijowski) and John Billy.  She grew up in Akron, OH, and attended Ohio State University for her undergraduate degree and University of Hawaii for her graduate degree.  Andrea dedicated her life to inspiring young minds throughout her 40 years of teaching; retiring as a sophomore English teacher and Speech and Debate coach in 2010 from St. Johns High School, St. Johns, Arizona.

 

Andrea will be remembered as a woman of God – strong in her Catholic faith, a devoted Ohio State Buckeyes Fan, a lover of all animals, particularly her grandpups and the many dogs that blessed her throughout her life, a Triple Crown horse racing enthusiast, a music fanatic who enjoyed attending concerts with her children, a “professional” bargain hunter who enjoyed shopping, a gifted counted cross-stitcher who created countless pieces of artwork for her friends and family, and a prolific reader. Most importantly, though, Andrea will be remembered as a doting grandmother who loved nothing more than spending time with her grandchildren.

 

Andrea was proceeded in death by her parents John and Anne Billy and sister Nadine Billy.  She is survived by her husband of nearly 50 years, Donald – Mesa, AZ, step-daughter Lynn Olson (Richard) – Minneapolis, MN, son Shane Borg (Lindsay) – Gilbert, AZ, daughter Heather Morrell (Chris) – Peoria, AZ, grandchildren Sarah, Ryan, Ian, and Evan, brothers Steve Billy and John (Kathryn) Billy, sister Yvonne (Patrick) Weidner, and numerous nieces, nephews, and dear friends.

 

Memorial services will be held at the Mountain View Cemetery, in Mesa, AZ, on May 21, 2021 at 1:00 pm.  A reception will be held following the memorial at the Borg home in Mesa, AZ.

 

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7 responses to “Andrea Jean Borg”

  1. Traci Macgillivray says:

    She meant the world to many and changed so many lives! I am forever grateful…. I will miss you forever! Until we meet again my friend!

  2. Anne Salazar says:

    Will miss Andrea. I worked with her at the high school for many years and she taught my kids English. She was a good friend and faithful Catholic. My condolences to her family. May God give you peace.

  3. Amy Moter says:

    I worked with Mrs. Borg at St. John’s High School! She was an amazing teacher and a great friend! I am so sad to hear of her passing! She was an inspiration to all who knew her!!!!

  4. Michelle Janke Trevillyan says:

    Mrs. Borg was a wonderful teacher. I loved learning from her in my years at St. Johns. I am going to miss her so much. RIP Mrs. Borg.

  5. Gina Bond Hansen says:

    She was a great teacher and mentor. She planted the seeds that led me to considering education as a career. She was dedicated to her students and was one if the “great ones.”

  6. John Hanna says:

    Don. Victoria and I are truly sorry for your lost, may God bless you and family, may Andrea rest in peace, may God Bless her and may eternal light shine upon her. We will pray for you and her and your family. Sincerely, John and Victoria Hanna.

  7. Megan Pollack-Miller says:

    She was a wonderful teacher. I loved her class. May our loving Father in heaven bless and comfort the family.

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