Judith Ellen Williams "Judi" Moraw
1947 - 2018
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Judith "Judi" Ellen Williams Moraw

Bossier City - Services to celebrate the life of Judith "Judi" Ellen Williams Moraw will be held at 1:00 p.m., Sunday, April 22, 2018, at Hill Crest Memorial Funeral Home, officiated by Rev. Harrell Shelton of Airline Baptist Church. Interment will follow in Hill Crest Memorial Park. Visitation will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Saturday evening at the funeral home.

Judi was born on June 16, 1947, and passed away on April 18, 2018. She was a member of Airline Baptist Church in Bossier City, The Mother's Club of Bossier City, the 65'ers, and a long-time local Pokeno Group. Judi received her Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education (English) at LSU with a Spanish minor in 1969. Her 33 year career in law enforcement was a source of pride with her final title as Supervisor of the Clerical Staff and Grant Officer.

Judi had many accomplishments to be proud of which included: Author of 11 books (1 historical reference, 7 crime novels, 3 children's books), "Clerical Employee of the Year" by Bossier City Police Department (1987), Service Award by Bossier City Rotary Club (1990), "1997-1998 Law Enforcement Award" by Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Post #5951 (1998), 3rd place "Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer Award for the State of Louisiana" by VFW's Annual Convention (1998), and Certificate of Appreciation by Chief D.R. Dison BCPD (1998).

She is preceded in death by her husband, Allan Michael Moraw (1994); mother, Willie B Pounds Williams (2002); and father, Charles Ray Williams (2004). Left to cherish her memory is her daughter, Tamara Norman Toney and husband Doyle Toney, Jr. and their children, Cheyenne Nicole (19) and Presley Cole (12); daughter, Ashley Moraw Jackson and husband Derrick Jackson and their children Katelyn Michelle (8) and Elijah Stevens (3); step-daughter, Jennifer Moraw Puyear and husband Michael Puyear and their children, Emily Catherine (16) and Carson Joseph (10); sister, Marsha Welborn and husband John Welborn; niece, Alexa Wingerter and husband Philip Wingerter and their children, Henry Philip (2) and Collins Claire (4 mos); niece, Rachael Duris and husband Matthew Duris; sister-in-law, Carol Paga and her children; along with her dog, Brody; and countless beloved family and friends.

The family would like to extend a very special thanks to the Bossier City Police Department Honor Guard, their Airline Baptist Church family for all the meals provided, and the nursing staff of Promise Hospital.

"Judi Williams Moraw came of age along the bayous of small-town south Louisiana on family land surrounded by relatives. Cousins were playmates. Grandparents, aunts, and uncles were babysitters. Judi's childhood in Lee's Creek, just outside Bogalusa, LA, instilled in her a deep love of family and family history - one that will be carried on by all who knew her."

You may offer condolences to the family and sign the guest book by visiting www.hillcrestmemorialfh.com.






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Published in Shreveport Times on Apr. 20, 2018.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
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Visitation
05:00 - 07:00 PM
Hill Crest Memorial Funeral Home
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Celebration of Life
01:00 PM
Hill Crest Memorial Funeral Home
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Interment
Hill Crest Memorial Park
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9 entries
April 25, 2018
Your legacy lives on through the family you cherished, your career at BCPD, and the imprint of all of us who knew you. Peace be to you.
Ann Benefield
April 24, 2018
My dear friend,

You left us way too early but know you are in a much better place.
You were a very good friend to me and I will miss you very much. We had lots of fun together, going on trips, shopping, playing Pokeno and so often just sitting around talking about what was going on in our lives.
I know you are proud of your girls in the way they handled this journey of your life. Strong girls, but yet so tender and loving. You raised them right, they are a strong unit, you won't have to worry about them.
I will not say goodbye dear friend, but will say, see you another time.
May you soar on eagle wings high above.
Love you, Barbara
Barbara Murray
April 22, 2018
Kelly Simek-Kneipp
April 20, 2018
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. She was a very special lady and was admired by all who had the privilege of knowing her.
Bobbie Rose Whorton
April 20, 2018
Tamara, Presley and family,
Thoughts and many prayers are sent your way..Your sweet, precious Mom will be missed..Love, MeMaw (Cynthia Bates)
Cynthia Bates
April 20, 2018
Gone way too early in life,she was always kind and helpful to all who entered her doorway. A soft voice and a pleasant smile will be the way I remember Judi.
chris vieira
Coworker
April 20, 2018
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Vonnie H Burleson
April 20, 2018
REST IN PEACE " JUDI " ENJOYED WORKING WITH YOU AT BOSSIER CITY P.D.


JOHN L. GILL
BOSSIER CITY P.D. (RET.)
April 19, 2018
Larry Whitington
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