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Judi Meredith Nelson

Las Vegas, Nevada

1936 - 2014

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October 13, 1936 - April 30, 2014 Judi Meredith Nelson, 77 of Las Vegas, Nevada, passed away on April 30th, 2014. She was born Judith Claire Boutin October 13, 1936 of Herbert Boutin and Janice M. Starr in Portland, Oregon. Judi graduated from St. Mary's Academy in Portland. She was happily...

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As a boy I was amazed by her beauty and was so scared when she appeared in JACK THE GIANT KILLER. Was in LV a few years ago wish I had got the chance to say hello xx

I have been watching Judi Meredith Nelson on the "George Burns and Gracie Allen" show. She did a fabulous job as Ronnie's girlfriend! Rest in peace Judi. And my condolences goes out to her family.

I saw judi on knight errant on bonanza,and it was so sad at the end when she said goodby to hoss. I love that episode, just like cathy jones said. wish I could have meet her. I feel for you gary and family. do the best you can. take care.

I just watched Judi's performance in the Gunsmoke episode 'The Dealer' from 1962. She was a great actress and very beautiful too. I wish I'd had a chance to meet her. My condolences.

So sorry to have read this sad news.I met Judi in Zimbabwe and her son Blue while I was Richard Chamberlains Stand-In.Judi was very caring and kind to me.R.I.P.Judi M Nelson

Judi on "Bonanza"

Judi as Monique Deveraux, 1960.

Just saw Judi on "Bonanza" ! What a beautiful lady she was! She will always be remembered !

My condolences Gary, Brett, and Garrett. Your mom was always very nice to me. I used to stop by the house in Encino to have tea with her. She always had kind, encouraging words for me. I lost my father around the same time so I especially feel your loss. God Speed Judi. The world is a little less unique without you here!

I will always remember Judi as that enchanting Princess who appeared in Jack the giant killer. That film meant the world to me as a child, and Judi's performance and personality shone through. Thank you, from the land down under.