Judy Sanders

Lenox, Massachusetts


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Judy Sanders LENOX Judy Sanders, 63, of Albany, N.Y., and Lenox, whose life in broadcasting began as a freelance reporter covering the Berkshires and who went on to an Emmy Award-winning career at WRGB Ch. 6 in Albany, died on Thursday, June 19, 2014.In recent years, she moved from in front of...

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Judy was ALWAYS helpful with my organization and when my family went to Mass. to meet with her and Mrs. Woods, Sarah Ann's Mom, she was SUPER..MAY SHE REST IN PEACE.

She is the new angel in heaven. Judy will now be photographing and interviewing everyone she now is meeting! Rest in peace A Friend

The loss of Judy for her family and for her admirers is a very sorrowful time for all. She was a beautiful woman who showed all of us what courage is. She will always be remembered for her professionalism and for being a lovely lady. A friend

Judy was always a star in the media, now her star is glowing brightly in the heavenly skies. May her family find some peace in their loss. A Friend

To the Sanders Family: Sincere sympathy to all for the loss of this beautiful lady. She is your angel who will always be in your hearts. May God grant you peace during this very sorrowful time. A Friend

To The Sanders Family,
It was always a pleasure to turn to the news & see her beautiful smiling face. Judy you are now a shining star amongst the other stars above; filming as always.
RIP Judy

Judy will always be remembered for being the professional she was. Before she reported a story she made sure she had all the facts correct. Many people feel the loss of this beautiful lady. One of her Admirers

Judy's courage and strength throughout her illness is an example of who this outstanding lady really was. She will always be remembered as a special human being. Many, many people are really saddened that Judy has moved on to heaven. She will be missed by her "fans."

What a loss to her family, friends, and the media world. Judy was an outstanding reporter who was a professional. Her approach to her illness was a lesson for all of us. May she now rest in peace. A Friend