Judith S. Grant
Judith S. Grant nee Moriarty. Beloved wife of the late Edward R. Grant. Loving mother of Edward (Jennifer) Grant, Kelly Grant, & Kevin (Jamie) Grant. Cherished grandmother of Samantha (Matthew), Ryan, Jake, Scott, Jeremy & Lexie. Dear sister of Jerry (Nina) Moriarty, Mary Kay (David) Galbreath, & Patrick (Kristina) Moriarty. Fond aunt of many nieces & nephews. Resting at Thompson & Kuenster Funeral Home, 5570 W. 95th St. in Oak Lawn where Services will be held Friday at 8:00 pm. Interment private. Visitation Friday from 3:00 pm until the time of Services at 8:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Mount Carmel McDermott-Doyle Program, 6410 S. Dante Ave. Chicago, IL 60637 or Lewy Body Dementia Association, LBDA-912 Killian Hill Road, S.W. Lilburn, GA 30047 would be greatly appreciated. thompsonkuensterfuneralhome.com 708-425-0500

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Published by Chicago Tribune on Mar. 31, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Apr
2
Visitation
3:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.
Thompson & Kuenster Funeral Home - Oak Lawn
5570 95th St., Oak Lawn, IL 60453
Apr
2
Service
8:00p.m.
Thompson & Kuenster Funeral Home - Oak Lawn
5570 95th St., Oak Lawn, IL 60453
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Thompson & Kuenster Funeral Home - Oak Lawn
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Our family is so saddened to hear of Mrs. Grant's passing, she will not be forgotten, she was a wonderful teacher and most of all a true friend. The Heavens have gained a very special Angel and Mrs. Grant will always n' forever be in our hearts. Our Deepest sympathy to all the family.
Bertoni Family
April 6, 2021
Mrs. Grant was the BEST. She had every quality that a teacher should possess, besides kindness and caring for every student that was lucky to come in contact with her. She was a role model for other teachers and Administrators. We are so sorry for you loss, but know she'll never be forgotten by the many who learned from her, especially the OLGC Community.
Kucinski Family
April 5, 2021
I remember Judy fondly for our many years together at Mount Carmel. She was always there for students who needed her help and teachers who worked with her to serve the needs of the students. She will be fondly remembered.
Kevin Taylor
March 31, 2021
Fond memories of a kind and caring colleague who did so much to help her students and their teachers. Thankful for her time at Mount Carmel.
Richard Laibly
March 31, 2021
Eddie, Kelly & Kevin, I am so sorry for your loss. I just loved your mother so much. She was always so much fun. The Hershey chocolate, she loved her sweets but you would never know from her size. She was always my cheerleader. When I had my daughter who was born with Down syndrome she just rallied behind me and told me she was going to accomplish great things. When I decided to go back for my masters with 5 kids and husband she told me I was going to be amazing. She was always in my corner. She loved to talk about her grandson´s. When the twins were little she would entertain us with their stories. She always had a smile on her face when she spoke about her grandchildren. She loved them so much and it was evident by the smile when she spoke. My fondest memory was when we came in for a visit from Buffalo and we went to your house for a picnic, she would sneak pop to us kids and tell us it was our little secret. To us she was so cool and let us break the rules. She always ended it with " this is our little secret". She was one wonderful lady ! She will be missed !
Mary Jo (Goss) Shepherd
March 31, 2021
Mrs. Grant was one of my closest friends. I was in her 4th grade class at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Chicago back in the 1970's and I have been friends with her ever since,some 45 years or so. I love you,you will always be Mrs. Grant to me.
cathy bingham
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March 29, 2021