Judith Berdina (Shrapnel) Scott
1942 - 2021
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Mystic - Judith Berdina (Shrapnel) Scott of Mystic passed away Tuesday, April 13, 2021, at Fairview in Groton.

Born to the late Peter and Geneva Shrapnel, a civil engineer and homemaker, in Balboa, Panama, May 23, 1942. She graduated from Pasadena High School in 1960, and married Christopher Patrick Scott, a U.S. Navy enlisted man, with whom she had three amazing sons. She raised those boys, largely by herself, with love, patience, and endless encouragement.

"Judi" was an exceptionally generous and thoughtful friend who met her ultimate partner in life, Kent Moshier, in 1988, in Mystic. They were truly soul mates, having spent the last 33 years together indulging their shared passion for music, art, travel, sports, automobiles, wildlife, and each other.

She worked as a realtor in Southeastern Connecticut for 42 years. Beloved by her colleagues and friends, she approached everything in life with optimism, kindness, and joy, never having a bad word to say about anyone throughout her life, as she always tried to see the very best in people.

She will be dearly missed by all of those she loved and those who loved her.

Judi is survived by her partner and the love of her life Kent; her three sons, Keith, Kevin and Kenneth; her daughter-in-law, Jennifer Scott; her three beautiful grandchildren, Hannah, Molly and Beckett; and many dear and beloved friends.

A graveside service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Monday, April 19, at the Elm Grove Cemetery Route 27 Mystic.

In lieu of flowers, her family is requesting that donations be made to the World Wildlife Fund (www.worldwildlife.org) in her memory.

The Mystic Funeral Home is handling Judi's arrangements.

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Published in The Day on Apr. 16, 2021.
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April 19, 2021
I was so sorry to hear of Judi's passing. I have so much to thank her for! Judi was my real estate agent more than 30 years ago. I was a single woman looking for a house. Even though my salary was low and mortgage rates were at 10%, Judi didn't blink an eye in helping me! We looked at a lot of houses and she was always there with encouraging words. We finally found one and it has provided me the equity to carry me through marriage, having a child, education, unemployment, medical expenses and now retirement. I would not have had all of this without Judi! Thank you so much and rest in peace my guardian angel.
April 16, 2021
The world has lost a beautiful soul far too soon. Judi was a patient and fair teacher to all who were lucky enough to have called her friend. I will never forget her. Her manners were impeccable , and her children are the proof of that. May she rest in peace and may her family find peace.
Ellen L Moran-Lee
April 16, 2021
My heart aches to hear this news, Judi and I worked together. for many years, in Real estate and travelled together to Real estate events and conventions. My deepest sympathies are sent to Judi's family.
Rachel Smith
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