Jean Judith"Judy" Doyle

Virginia Beach, Virginia

1936 - 2014


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Jean Judith"Judy" DoyleVirginia Beach - Jean Judith Marie Sharlene Luckner Doyle, passed away June 10, 2014 surrounded by family and friends after a courageous decade long battle with cancer. Born on January 12, 1936 in Sturgis, Michigan, she was raised by a prestidigitator mother and...

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Oh, Judy, I miss you and yet know you live on through all the many you mentored and taught. Rest in glorious peace, and accept our collective thanks for working your magic on us.

Very very sorry for your loss
Christopher rowe

I graduated from "Mrs. Doyle's" class in 1998. She really did encourage and inspire me to be who I am today, which I am very thankful for.

Mrs. Doyle taught more than a class in school, she taught taught life lessons, I was so lucky to have been one of her students. I might not have known it then but I definitely realized how much she impacted my life now. She truly was a special and unique person. Thanks for all you gave me. Class of '97

As a member of Vo-Tech's first graduating class, I had the honor and pleasure of spending two years in Judy's classroom. Her wisdom, talent, patience and real passion for teaching inspired so many of us! We called ourselves "The Decadent Darlings of Vo-Tech" and "Judy's Babies" (you know who you are!) and many of us went on to become "Pratt Brats" as well! Thank you Judy, for everything. I will never forget you.

Betty J. Credle
Norfolk, Virginia

Mrs. Doyle my life today is a direct influce of the lessons you taught. I truly would not have the career I have or the work ethic had I never been blessed to have you as a teacher / mentor. Thank you. Class of 97

Thanks you Mrs. Doyle for everything. Your dedication and inspiration is a big influence still to this day. You will truly be missed. Class of '97

Mrs. Doyal was a great influence to many of her students (had many great expectations from her students because she wanted success for everybody) and she will be sooo very missed! Thank you for being my inspiration and guiding my way into this path. Prayers to her family, friends, and all the students that have been touched by her. Love you....

No words can express what Mrs. Doyle meant to my life and career. Simply put, I would not have had the successful career I have without her. I felt very lucky to call her a friend long after I graduated from her class in '81.