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Judith "Judy" Bulson

HOOSICK FALLS, NY Judith "Judy" Bulson, of 56 Wilder Avenue, Hoosick Falls died Thursday March 14, 2013, at the Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, following a long illness. She was born in Hoosick Falls on July 24, 1944, daughter of the late Kenneth and Alma (Loverre) Bulson. As a young girl, she loved hanging our at her father's business, Bulson Brothers Chevrolet, and worked there for a while as a young adult.

Judy graduated from St. Mary's Academy, Class of '62 and Albany Business College. After working at Emma Willard and the Wood Flong, in office jobs, she decided on a change of career and got a job driving school bus for H.F. Central School, which she continued to do for 37 years until retirement. She also worked part time at St. John's the Baptist Church in North Bennington, in general maintenance.

A self taught carpenter, builder, painter, plumber and DIY expert, Judy could do anything she could learn from her "how to" books. She was also a self taught artist, who exhibited paintings at art shows in the 60"s, and she restored the life-sized crucifix for the Immaculate Conception Church in the early 70's.

Judy was passionate about animals, from her birds, hamsters and horses to her dogs and especially her cats, both indoor and outdoor. She believed that all animals deserved a helping hand when they needed it. Many special four-legged friends must have met her when she crossed, especially cats Kiker, Tuppy and Ecpie.

Judy is survived by her brother , James Bulson (Rita); two nephews, Ken and Matt Bulson; and her life long friend Judy Stewart and her family with whom she resided, all of Hoosick Falls, N.Y.

According to her wishes, there will be no calling hours or service. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at a later date.

Memorial contributions in Judy's memory may be made to any animal shelter, or Alley Cat Allies, in honor or her deep love of animals.
Published in Bennington Banner on Mar. 27, 2013
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