Judith Crowley
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Judith A. Crowley, 68

WORCESTER - Judith A. Crowley, 68, of Worcester, died Sunday, November 13, 2016 at the Rose Monahan Hospice House.

She leaves her brother Philip J. Crowley and his wife Nona of Holden, her sister Mary Jane Morgen and her husband Jeffrey of Westborough; her niece Jessica Morgen of New Orleans, and cousins Caitlin Rocheford, Heather Chivallitti, Glennis Fuget, and Jane and John Collins, and many other loving cousins and friends.

Judith was born in Worcester, daughter of Philip A. and Margaret M. (Foley) Crowley. She lived in Worcester all her life.

Judith attended the former Classical High School and Quinsigamond Community College, both in Worcester.

Judith had a long career in corporate human resources in various positions. For many years, she worked at Digital, Drake B. Morin and at the time of her death was an employee of Lee Hecht Harrison.

Judy was deeply interested in the lives of her family members and had countless friends whom she cherished throughout her life. Her career provided her with a special insight into the work and personal needs of others and she was always there to be helpful. She was an avid Patriots fan.

Calling hours are Thursday, November 17, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Athy Memorial Home, 111 Lancaster St., Worcester. The funeral will be Friday, November 18, from the funeral home with a Mass at 10 a.m. in St. Paul's Cathedral, 15 Chatham St., Worcester. Burial will follow in St. John's Cemetery.

Published in Worcester Telegram & Gazette from Nov. 15 to Nov. 16, 2016.
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March 29, 2018
As I was looking up older friends, I came across Judy's obituary. How sad! We were friends in grade 8 and college and how I loved her laugh. Our paths went different ways and we hadn't seen each other in many years. We survived the Red Sox series of 1967 together. She became part of each game in her living room, showing great excitement.

I first met Judy in grade 8 at Blessed Sacrament School. She was one of my first friends after moving to Massachusetts.

She spoke of her family with true love and care. I'll pray for her and all of her family. How kind she was!!!

Terri Doyle Grattan
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