“A great loss for all that knew her...she was a sweetheart with a big smile!!! She'll be missed. My best to her family.
“My deepest sympathy to your sweet family...I know your wife, mom, grandma and sister will be missed! As her high school class mate, I had the greatest respect for Judy! What a great blessing you all were to her...as she was to you! I know she's watching over you even now! Sincerely, lynda Anderson Taylor (San Antonio)
“I'm so sad. I remember Judy well from our High School Days at Churchill. Many Blessings to her Family during this difficult time.
“Judy and I had the common goal of raising our sons! We relied on each other to help keep track of them. She had the most wonderful laugh and was a great listener ... I was at Market Days in Wimberly many years ago and heard some fun going on on the other side of a wall... who else, but Judy and her sisters on one of their outings! I remember that event every time I go to Wimberly. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
“Judy was a person who laughed more than she cried, listened more than she spoke. I love her, am thankful for our friendship, our TLC connection, and will remember her always.
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Judy Williams Judy Kay Rogers Williams, 62, passed away in her home in Austin Texas on December 16th, 2012 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. She was born to John and Margaret Rogers of College Station, Texas on April 16th, 1950. She attended grade school in College Station...Read More