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Judith Ann Crisp

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Judith Ann Crisp

AGE: 69 • Gloucester City

Judith Ann Crisp, went home to be with the Lord on May 10, 2013. Age 69 years, longtime resident of Gloucester City. Predeceased by her loving parents Helen and Edward Rusk. Cherished wife and best friend of Ronald Crisp for 48 wonderful years. Loving and devoted mother of Linda Brumbach (Mark), Laurie Crisp, and Ronda Sansevero (David). Her three daughters will greatly miss their daily mother-daughter talks and laughter, and will always remember her beautiful smile that would light up the room. Adoring Mom-mom to Stephanie, Patrick, Jamie, Amanda, Tanner, Jude Dominic, Gianna Isabella and great grandmother to Jaden Robert, Judy was the oldest of seven siblings, loyal sister of Rev. Edward Rusk (Sherri), Steven Rusk (Gail), Laura Zank (Michael), Brian Rusk (Edie), David Rusk and Mark Rusk (Denise). Beloved sister in law of Judith Woodhouse and the late Dorothy Rhoda. Judy was also survived and loved by many nieces and nephews.

Judy was a 1961 graduate of Gloucester City High School, where she formed life-long friends (The Co-Ettes) who still meet regularly. (1 of 8). Judy also met her soul-mate Ronnie at GHS. She continued her education at West Jersey School of Nursing (Helene Fuld), where she acquired her RN degree in 1964. She worked as a compassionate nurse for 43 years at West Jersey Hospital (Virtua). She retired in 2007 to enjoy time with her family. Judy was an active, long time member of Trinity United Methodist Church, where throughout the years, she held many positions. Judy loved hosting family gatherings, annual family trips to Florida, playing Pinochle with friends and spending time with her grandchildren. She was an avid reader and a dedicated Eagles fan and season ticket holder. Judy loved all things Christmas and spent many weeks making her home into a Christmas Wonderland every year. She was famous for her homemade chocolate chip cookies. Throughout her life, Judy not only made many great friends, but kept them. She was a best friend to many. Judy was a genuinely kind hearted woman and will be deeply missed by many.

Farewell Ceremony

Viewing Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 pm and Thursday 9:30-11:00 am at McGUINNESS FUNERAL HOME, 34 Hunter St., Woodbury, NJ 08096; Funeral Ceremony 11:00 am; Interment Cedar Grove Cemetery, Gloucester City Tributes & memories may be shared at www.mcgfuneral.com

Published in Courier-Post from May 14 to May 15, 2013
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