Dede and Kathleen,
I was so sorry to hear about your moms passing. I never fully understood the heartache that goes with loosing a parent until my dad passed away this past February. We can only hope that in time, the pain will lessen and the memories remain. My thoughts and prayers are with you both.
Dede and Kathleen,
I was so sorry to hear of your moms passing. I never could fully understand the loss of a parent until this past February, when i lost my dad. We can only hope that the pain will lessen and the memories remain. My mom say's the secret to life is to die young, as late as possible.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Kathleen & Deirdre, I worked on your mom's house on 64th and knew her well. I remember when I went to your grandmother's service, Judy said "you only get one mother". Well you had a good one. I'm sorry I hadn't kept in touch with her. I'm probably more sorry that when she asked me to buy her Thunderbird that I didn't have the cash. She will be missed and my condolences to the both of you.
To Judy's Family,My deepest condolences to each of you. I am still in a fog, as I was not aware of her being in hospice care. Judy will always hold a special place in my heart. I will be out of the city on Saturday and unable to be at services .
God Bless each of you
love and prayers
Carrie & David Kemp
To Judy's Family. I was deeply saddened to learn of Judy's passing. She was an extraordinary woman, loving, kind, and generous. It was my honor to serve as her administrative assistant at Methodist Hospital. She loved Hershey Kisses and the candy bowl on her desk always had to be stocked.
One of my fondest memories is of the picture of Judy and her nursing leadership team. Half the group had t-shirts with apples on them and the other half had oranges. Judy, Jo Thompson, and Suzanne Rogers had shirts with "fruit salad" on them.
Please accept my condolences and know that she will always be with us in spirit. Diane