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February 23, 2019

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February 15, 2019
Hi Kim,
So sad I am speechless. What can be said more than she was a light. Our loss, heavens gain. Jesus abides with us.
February 15, 2019
Kim, very sorry to hear of your moms passing. Both George and Judy remain two of the nicest people Ive ever known. Best wishes for you and your family.
February 12, 2019
Judy was a friend and neighbor of ours for 25 years. We often sat at her kichen table and spoke about how the children on the street were growing and prospering. She was always so kind and loving. We miss her!
February 10, 2019
Montage of Judy from my relationship with her: When I was about 2 years old, wearing a yellow onesie, I slipped on her kitchen floor, hitting my oversized head on the heating unit. Aunt Judy picked me up and rocked me, cooed me to a sniffle. Around age 5, I had my tonsils and adenoids removed by the Nuns at Providence Hospital. Aunt Judy visited me, giving me a Batman Decal set that I cherished for years. For my 9th birthday, she gave me a red viewfinder with circular slides of the 1969 Moon Landing with the famous photo of Earth. It wasn't about the gifts, it was the thoughtfulness of the gift and the love Judy showed consistently. At age 18 Judy stored my personal belongings in her attic as I joined the Air Force. She kept the stuff safe until 1983, when I returned from Japan. At age 29, when I left the service, Judy and Chickie took my 1986 Olds Cutlass to their personal mechanic and fine tuned it- The cost was over $1000. Judy and Chickie said don't worry about the cost- It was a gift to make sure my family was safe. When my daughter Adria was about 18 months old, Judy held her up high and said, "She is so cute! She is such a DOOBIE !" Stories and Memories: When my siblings and I were young, I fondly remember eating many dinners with Judy telling stories and joking. Chick would get up from the table and do the dishes, everytime as Judy made us all laugh while we ate dessert. Judy's banana bread was the best- She told me that she added extra bananas to make it sweet. Judy won a Beauty Contest (borrowing our Mom's bathing suit). She also was an excellent Majorette: twirling the baton. I remember seeing a large black and white photo of Judy as a high schooler, with the whole uniform, hat, boots, baton, and her signature smile. I remember being at home,tugging on my Mother to get off the corded Telephone as she was laughing uncontrollably. Of course, I could hear Aunt Judy's similar laugh on the transceiver part of the phone. Judy could really hit a softball, could play the infield neatly, and could run the bases with speed during our July 4th get togethers. I remember Judy's story about the siamese cats that shredded her beautiful drapes in the bay window. She didn't seem that upset, turning the incident into a humorous story instead. About a month ago, on Judy's birthday (January 5th, 2019), her laugh was shining right through any pain, through any sadness, through all. Truly, Aunt Judy's Spirit and Soul and Personhood transcends Time, Body, and Space. Judy, you are a Treasure- Lovely, Funny, Beautiful, Humble, Generous, Loyal, Genuine, Honest, Childlike yet Wise. Most of all, you are Loving. Thank you for serving on this Earth as a Wife, Mother, Gramma, Aunt, Friend, and Outstanding Human. God values your presence with Him and your forebears. FLIP - Forever Laugh in Paradise...