Judy-Bandy-Obituary

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Judy S Bandy

MARIETTA, North Carolina

Jan 17, 1942 - Aug 16, 2013

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Dr. Ralph J. McIntyre, Clergy

My heart is very heavy and I am shocked to have just received the very sad news today September 16, 2013 of my second cousin, Judy Bandi's sudden passing from this life. I visited Judy in Georgia in 2011 and during that visit she informed me that she had never been baptised but she loved the Lord and felt that she really needed to be baptized in His name. I said, "Judy if you are ready to be baptized I can baptize you in your large family bathtub. She readily agreed. My daughter Karen...

I love you so much Granny Bandy. You were always watching over me as a grandmother, now I know I have the best guardian angel watching over me. RIP ~Your Jennie

My deepest and warm prayers to one of my best friends. T, I know how much you loved your mother and how much she cared for you. A terrific lady and she will be missed by all. Love you and may God keep you in your time of sorrow and knowing that some day we all will be back together with the ones we love so dearly in the Great Heavens above as promised by our LORD and SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST.

Love you always and forever,

Kevin "Bo" Martin and the rest of the...

At a moment that has stricken me with such shock to learn the news of a person that meant more than words can express. Judy was so precious to me.....a great friend....a former co-worker....an angel.....a mentor.... a beautiful person that treated me as if I were her son. We worked together at GTE Supply in Atlanta for many years and the best part was that our friendship didn't stop as we walked out the door each night from a long day at work....it continued beyond and developed into a...

My thoughts and prayers are with you, she sure loved her family. I worked with Judy in Atlanta with Verizon for about 10 years. She shared so many great times with us, and always gave us a smile and laughter. She will be missed in this life, but we will see her in Heaven for sure!

Words cannot express how much you will be missed! As my Aunt and Godmother you were an inspirational part of my life. Always there to lend a hand or a listening ear, offering words of encouragement and advice. I will always cherish our memories together and await the day that we meet again. I love you so very much! Teresa and Lori, I am so very sorry for your loss, you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Phil.4:13 I can do everything through him who gives me strength.

Your mother had a sweet spirit, a kind word for everyone and truly lived as a disciple of Christ's. My life is better for having known her.
I pray you both find great peace in the way she lived her life and the knowledge she is in heaven today.
Parks

Lori and Teresa,
Words fall short of expressing my sorrow. I have no doubt your mom is laughing,dancing, and singing in God's choir. My heart goes out to you during this difficult time.
Love, Christy Setzer Barlow and Family