Judith Alison Driggs

Mesa, Arizona


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Judith Alison Driggs (Judi), 57, of Mesa, AZ passed away on Saturday, May 1, 2004 after a three year long battle with cancer. Her loving family and special friends in her family home surrounded her. Judi was born February 4, 1947 in Phoenix, AZ and attended schools in Phoenix and Mesa,...

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I remember all the fun times I had with Judy. We had fun swimming and taking a sewing class together. I wish I would have kept in contact with her. I really missed out!!! Thank you to the Driggs family for all you have done for me and my family. You are wonderful people.

Some of my earliest rememberances are of that beautiful girl next door...yes, Judi. She was so nice to the dumb little boy that stared at her at church and around the neighborhood. Her first year at Mesa High as a teacher was the year I graduated, and I still looked at Judi as a special person in my life, but failed to ever tell her.
Yes, Amber and Ali, she was the greatest.

Thank you to everyone that has written in this book for Judi.

I love her too!

I didn't know Judy very well. I did know how deeply she cared and loved my neices Amber & Ali. She was a pillar of strengh to them. They are Beautiful and very gifted women As a result of having Judy's unconditional Love, Strength and commitment to them. I thank GOD for placing such a strong accomplished role model in their lives. Now so many people share the gifts that she has pass on. God has BIG plans for someone like her. We are thinking of all of you at this time. She will never be...

You and your family will remain in my thoughts and prayers not only thoughts these difficult hour, but also in the days and weeks to come.

Judi and I were neighbors many years ago. I enjoyed her very much. She was outspoken, had a great sense of humor and above all was very honest. Did not know of her battle this past year. Wish I could have helped somehow. My best wishes go to her great family

I was deeply saddened to hear of the loss of such a special person. Judi was my high school gymnastics
coach for 3 years (1975-1977). She was a great inspiration to myself and our team. We spent many hours working hard and having fun
everyday. I will cherish those memories and often refer to them
as the best days of my life.
My deepest sympathy to the family.
She will be greatly missed.

Judi was a lady to be admired with great personality that will never be forgotton. I had the honor to know Judi in high school and she never change her ways.
Special thank you to her parents for giving us this wonderful person and that God has taken to be with him.
Anita Johnson and Sarah Mendoza