Judy Ann Landis (1946 - 2015)

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Ascher Zimmerman Funeral Home, Inc.
44 Sumner Avenue
Springfield, MA
01108
(413)-734-5229
Obituary

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - It is with great sorrow that we announce that Judy Ann Landis, 68, passed away Saturday, May 23, 2015, in San Francisco, where she had lived for the past 40 years.

She was born Sept. 29, 1946, in Fort Knox, Kentucky, the second of three children of Lt. Col. Albert and Ethel Landis of Northampton, Massachusetts.

Judy attended Northampton High School and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. In her senior year at the University, she won a national competition sponsored by Mademoiselle Magazine and a full scholarship to study art at Yale University. Following a master's degree she earned in art at Yale, she moved to San Francisco.

She is survived by her brother William J. Landis and his wife Jane of Akron, Ohio; her sister Sandra J. Gogel and her husband Robert of Paris, France, and Northampton, Massachusetts; 13 first cousins; numerous nieces and nephews; and one grandnephew. Judy was dearly loved and will be missed by everyone.

Funeral services will be held today, Thursday, May 28 at 3:30 p.m. at the Congregation B'nai Israel, 253 Prospect St., Northampton, Massachusetts, and burial will follow at the B'nai Israel Cemetery. Shiva will be held Thursday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. at the home of Sandra and Bob Gogel, 9 Blackberry Lane, Northampton, Massachusetts.

For further information or directions, please visit ascherzimmerman.com.

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Published in Daily Hampshire Gazette on May 28, 2015
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