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Judith A. Reese Obituary
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October 28, 2020

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September 15, 2016
I remember Judy as a very good friend during and after high school. We had many great, fun times together. Lots of laughter! Unfortunately, we lost contact over the years. I just saw a photo of Judy in a 15 year anniversary memorial of 9-11 and recognized her immediately. She had that same wonderful smile on her face. My heart is with you dear Judy. I can only imagine how frightening it was for you. May you be safely with God now and smiling down at us with everlasting peace. Love you Judy Reese. May God Bless you and your family. My condolences & prayers to Liz and Drew.
September 11, 2016
I'll remember you, Judith. May you forever be at peace.
August 16, 2016
I never had the pleasure of knowing Judith, but I saw her in a documentary and my heart broke when I heard she didn't make it.
I have a heart condition that often affects my breathing. And to know that she fought her way down the stairs when she could barely breathe hurts me deeply. I can only imagine what she was going through. But it has also inspired me to live every day to the fullest!
She was such a brave woman and I truly believe that she is watching over her loved ones to this day, because that is who she was.
When Im going to ground zero next year I will bring flowers for Judith. She will forever be in my prayers! Rest in peace, sweet angel.
Love from Norway!
September 11, 2015
Always remembered and never forgotten.
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