Judy Kendall

  • "Dear Rusty and Jenni, I really miss Judy and to be able to..."
    - Marlene Berry
  • "Dear Rusty- I am so sorry you did not have many more..."
    - Jeni Belman
  • "Marlene I am so sorry for the sadness you have been feeling..."
    - Rusty Kendall
  • "Gina Words can never express the sorrow you must feel. ..."
    - Rusty Kendall
  • "Sandy May the memories you hold dear be your strenght today..."
    - Rusty Kendall

Wasilla resident Judy R. Kendall, 54, died of bone cancer Dec. 15, 2008, at home.
A celebration of life service will be from 2-5 p.m. Sunday at AMVET Post 11, 951 S. Hermon Road No. 2, in Wasilla.
Judy was born Sept. 4, 1954, in Orlando, Fla., to Marvin and Ruby Nobles. She came to Alaska in 1964.
Judy worked for the State of Alaska Regulatory Commission and retired in 2003.
She enjoyed painting, woodcarving and making jewelry and stained glass.
Her family said: "We will miss her more than life. She was our best friend. She was also a loving mother, wife, grandmother and great-grandmother. She enjoyed gardening, stained glass and woodcarving. She had a very creative touch. She knew how to live, love and laugh. She lived life to the fullest with a kind heart. She had a way with animals; they were attracted to her. She had an adventurous soul, always moving."
Judy is survived by her husband, Rusty Kendall; daughter and son-in-law, Jeni and Robert Belman of Wasilla; mother, Ruby Nobles of Alabama; sisters, Sandra Haller and Marlene Berry of Alabama and Faye Mason of River Falls, Wis.; brother, Marvin Lee Nobles of Talkeetna; aunt and uncle, Olen and Ann Smith of Wasilla; grandson, Michael Brewer of Anchorage; granddaughter, Gina Smith of Wasilla; great-granddaughter, Sydnie Brewer of Anchorage; nephews, Seegar Mason, Neil Mason and Russell Mason of River Falls; niece, Kim Goodman of Alabama; grandnieces, Sage and Lily Mason of River Falls; grandnephews, Nate Mason of River Falls, and Jeremy Berry and Matthew Goodman of Alabama; and best friend for life, Carol Hawn-Miller.
Arrangements are with Alaskan Heritage Memorial Chapel & Crematory in Wasilla.
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Legacy Wasilla Heritage Chapel
1015 South Check Street
Wasilla, AK 99654
(907) 373-3840
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Published in Anchorage Daily News from Dec. 18 to Dec. 19, 2008