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December 11, 2018

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January 7, 2018
To: Lolly and family:

I was lucky enough to call "Mr Judge" and later John, a friend and mentor. While I never had him as a teacher in school, he taught me a lot about about business and life during my 20 plus years working for and with him at the Camp Hill Municpal pool. I always considered him as a good friend and will miss him greatly. I really felt bad that circumstances prevented us from being at the services as we were in St Louis when the news reached us. Please remember we will be keeping the family in our prayers as we think about our time with John fondly.

Love
Clay

I wanted to say that I proudly had Mr. Judge for business classes and he taught me valuable information. I loved GBT, our class was small and we had classes that looked like it was held in a closet.

I will remember Mr. Judge as a friend that pulled surprises on us when we came home from our honeymoon and have great respect for all of his community work, his love for horses and seeing him riding in the memorial day parade in Camp Hill and his love for his train set in his basement that Clay and him use to talk about all the time. Many memories! He had a full life with activities and his wonderful family.

Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family at this very hard time.

Love,
Janice
December 28, 2017
My deepest sympathy to Ann and family.John was always a class person and respected teacher.May he rest in peace.
December 26, 2017
Although I have talked on the phone with John forever... I will never forget the first time we were to meet in person. He said "Look for a tall dark and handsome man that will be me!" Several people came in to Collingwood that day but I could pick him out right away! (Of course I was seated at the time) John will be forever in my heart as an Angel.
December 24, 2017
I believe that this is the same John Judge that taught Business Education at William Penn High School, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. His picture is in the 1966 year book. I remember Mr. Judge as being a very nice teacher. I am sorry for the family's ' lost.