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Judith Ware Bridgers

Birmingham, Alabama

1947 - 2017

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Judith "Judy" Ware Bridgers, a native of Selma, Alabama, was born on December 7, 1947, to Frances Virginia Bennett Ware and Hogan Riggs Ware. She married Dr. William Frank Bridgers and they made their home in Birmingham, Alabama, where she continued to reside until her death on December...

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You were such a blessing to our family, to all who knew you and to all the lives you touched. There was no match for your hostessing skills and gracious hospitalityand you were always so much fun ! Our family reunion at your home was a priceless event that will continue to bring many wonderful memories to all who were there.

Please accept my condolences for your loss. Grief can be so hard, but the fond memories you cherish can comfort and sustain you during this time. Matthew 11:28, 29, 30

My thoughts and prayers are with the BRIDGERS FAMILY in their time of grief. May 'God' give you strength during this most difficult time.
-Psalm 29:11

It is never easy to say goodbye to someone we love so much. Knowing that so many were loved and touched by her helps. Even more so, because she lives in their memories. May you have peace and comfort in the promises of Almighty God that there is a hope of seeing your loved one again. My sincere condolences.

Aunt Judy had a great impact on me! She was one stubborn southern girl who emulated the true meaning of love and compassion of all God's creatures- and people.

She was generous with her offering of help and love- she took care of my mother following shoulder surgery- and didn't wince...in spite of sights she probably witnessed as her sister in law!

Judy loved of all people= no questions asked....She was not one to judge, just one to celebrate joy! She was an active...

I am deeply sorry for your loss. May prayer comfort you and help you through this sad and difficult time. 1 Thessalonians 5:17. "Pray constantly."

Aunt Judy- you were a star in my eyes- as well as those of many other folks your life touched along the way.

It is probably a good thing that we did not live closer together- that could have created some very interesting conversation starters for later gatherings. :-)

You lived a life of love, compassion and acceptance of the gifts of people you met.

You were a caregiver to my mom when she had her shoulder surgery and laughed about the challenges that came...

What a wonderful person and gift to Alabama! As a 1981 SPH grad, she and Bill always welcomed students to their home for food and drink. Thinking of her family!Bill deShazo

My deepest sympathy to the Bridgers Family. Please find comfort in knowing God is close to the brokenhearted. May the God of all comfort give you peace and strength to endure in the days ahead (Jeremiah 29:11,12).