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Judy Diane Marlow

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Judy Diane Marlow Obituary
Marlow, Judy Diane
On March 27, 2016, a peaceful morning in Gilbert, AZ., heaven called Judy home unexpectedly to be with her Lord and Savior. With all of her family at her side, she gracefully left this life for the eternal peace that was calling. The world was blessed with her birth on November 24, 1952 in Cadiz, KY. to her proud parents, Charles and Sylvia Marlow. A true southern girl, the family later moved to Detroit, MI. for a few years and then eventually settled in Tempe, AZ. in 1960, where she called home for the rest of her life. She was a graduate of McClintock High School in 1970 and later attended Mesa Community College. One of the kindest, most gentle and caring spirits to be found, she mastered her skills in calligraphy, could tell the best jokes to brighten anyone's day, loved country music, and could whip up the BEST holiday dinners a family could ask for. An avid sports fan, she loved her Phoenix Diamondbacks and Mercury games, but it was her love of cooking and baking she most enjoyed, making sure that no one ever left her empty handed. She would always go out of her way to make sure the staff at her many doctor's visits always had a special treat. From her holiday fudge to scrumptious cornbread, she would take such delight in treating family and friends. Her kindness, tender heart, and angelic presence will truly be missed by all who were fortunate enough to know her. Judy was preceded in death by her father Charles, her step father, John Copp and her youngest sister, Debra Copp. She is survived by her hopelessly devoted partner of 20 years, Peggy Phillips, her mother and step father, Sylvia & James Myrtle, and siblings/spouses James & Linda Marlow, Jerry & Marta Marlow and Marianne Copp & Paula Krueger. A special place in her heart was held for her dear nieces & their spouses, Adrienne & Adam Stephenson, Alyssa Marlow & Paul Miranda, as well as her great nephew Paul III. A private family memorial service will be held at a later date. If so compelled and in Judy's spirit of giving, in lieu of flowers she would have asked that a donation to the be made in her name.
Published in The Arizona Republic on Apr. 3, 2016
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