Judith Kathryn Lindsay

Eugene, Oregon



Eugene, Oregon


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Judith Kathryn LindsayJudith Kathryn Lindsay (nee Grove) passed away at her home on January 24, 2016 after a long coexistence with cancer. She had a beautiful and peaceful transition with loved ones at her side. Judith was born on March 20, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois to John Grove (born Giovanni...

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Judith saved me from 20 years of anxiety attacks. At times they were debilitating and I couldn't function. Twenty years of fear and anxiety, then the fear of having the attack on top of that, snowballed... Judith did EMDR therapy with me and healed me. I haven't had a panic attack since 2009, and the fear of it is completely gone, too! I was going through a really hard time 2008-2009 and during our therapy she gave me a pink heart-shaped rock to hold in my hand and focus on the smoothness,...

Judith - you tickle the edges of my daily life with words of insight. I carry you in my heart.

I was a client who worked with Judith a few years ago when I was experiencing some hard times... I am sorry to hear of her passing, and I feel grateful for her kindness, sharp perception, and compassion. She left me with wisdom that stays with me today.

Dr. Lindsay treated me for Depression 1997-2000. Although I began with insurance, it ran out after a few sessions. She treated me FREE for over a year. My deepest condolences on the passing of this generous and loving woman.

My recollection of Judy (we called her that when we were children in Chicago) was a cute cherry cheeked, smiling girl. It sounds as though she grew up to be a bright, strong, adventurer who's photo reminds me of her Mother. No more pain. Peace be with your family, Judy, my cousins.

A cousin I never knew, but often heard about, and admired from afar. You did our family proud, Judith Kathryn.

Judith was my first friend in Eugene, Oregon. We first met her in the early 1970's. Through the years, we enjoyed many whitewater river and cross country ski trips together. She was a multi talented lady and a good friend. I will miss her immensely.

Thanks for everything, Judith. Couldn't have asked for a better guide for my journey.

I enjoyed doing artwork together on river trips, and never could match her delightful
"scribble" technique, and always enjoyed her neck rubs.