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October 06, 2013
Judy is someone I'd always hoped I'd see again.

I knew her in high school -- heard the sad news Friday night at our 40th reunion. I hadn't seen her in many years, since a few years after we'd all graduated from college. She'd just gotten this spectacular (if tiny) apartment on the upper east side with a marble mantle, fancy details and very high ceilings, and I remember thinking, "Wow, this girl knows something I don't know!"

In high school she was always up for whatever insanity we planned, always fun, always a good friend. And always fretting -- she'd scream "I'm mortified," at the slightest provocation, but clearly, later in life, she found herself.

When I found out about her untimely passing, all I could think about was how, back in the early 70s, she would roll her hair on orange juice cans, trying, in vain, to make it straight. Back then, none of us were happy with who we were. But it sounds like since then Judy came into her own in the best possible way. I only wish I had seen her again.

My condolences to her husband, family and friends, and especially (because I am also a mother of twins) to her two boys.
October 05, 2013
After attending Commack South's class of '73 reunion I was so sorry to hear about Judy's passing. I knew Judy since middle school and will always remember her friendship, sweet smile and kind heart. My sincerest sympathy to her family.
Karen Lenihan Herbst
September 03, 2013
May your Hearts soon be filled with
Wonderful Memories of Joyful Times
spent together with Family & Friends
as you Celebrate your "dear Judy's" Life well Lived.
Blessings to you and yours,
Josephine Rivas Conley (Lawrence's Mom)
September 02, 2013
Judy radiated love, kindness and a gentle strength that was both infectious and inspirational. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time.
September 01, 2013
Dear Judy,
Thank you for being such a wonderful friend to my sister!
She spoke about about you so often with such a big smile on her face or a giggle when remembering some cute stories about the boys.
I am blessed that I was able to give you a hug and kiss just recently. I want them back when we once again meet!
Rest beautiful one, and enjoy the view from up above where you can keep a watchfull on us all!
Love
Melany
September 01, 2013
Dear Judy,
Rest beautiful lady. Your children will be safe and well cared for by all. How lucky for them to have so many "parents". Bill has all of our prayers for strength through this immediate time and then the boys will take care of their Dad for you!
Keep your beautiful graciousness "warm" for all of us to experience once again when we all unite,
Love,
Melany (Joan's sister)
September 01, 2013
Judy was a wonderful part of our school and will be missed. My deepest sympathy goes to her boys and family....Judi B
August 31, 2013
My dearest judy..she always referred to me as "sweet pea" and I knew her as one of my most cherished long time friends who introduced me to the world of advertising. She is forever part of me. She had creativity, elegance, beauty and a sophistication and love of the arts. Her first love was Bill and Patrick and Henry..but I felt as very much part of her family...forever judy you will be in my heart and soul.
see you up there when my time comes and we will have salmon together..joan
August 30, 2013
We were so sorry to hear of your loss. Sending warm thoughts and prayers your way.

Julie & Robert Kopil (Marilyn Alterman's niece and husband)
August 30, 2013
I am so sorry to hear of Judy's passing. I am so glad that we had spent time together during my recent trips to NYC.
Esta deJong ( Marilyn's sister).

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