Judie Kay O'Donnell
Judie Kay Fedor O'Donnell passed away on November 14, 2020. She was born on November 24, 1944. Judie is survived by husband of 54 years, Mike O'Donnell; daughter, Jeannie; two grandchildren, Grey and Holt, and many nieces and nephews. There will be a private ceremony for family at a later date.
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Published by The Daily Nonpareil on Nov. 15, 2020.
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Mike & Jeannie and family I'm so sorry for your loss. Heartbreaking with lost emotions my deepest sympathy.
Diane K Fedor-Mowery
November 21, 2020
Mike and Jeannie - My thoughts & prayers are with you and your family. I have so many fond memories of Judie; from her driving through the carwash with her windows open to all of the fun excursions that came long with having the BEST Girl Scout Leader ever. My family and I were so fortunate to cross paths last Christmas Eve and I can remember Judie smiling and saying "we made her night"....if only Judie knew that seeing her made our night :) Love you!
Buffy Forrester
November 17, 2020
Mike & Jeannie, I was so saddened to hear about Judie's passing. She had such a strong presence that will surely be felt by all she has left behind. I have great memories of her and how she was so nice to me. Prayers from my family to yours.
Drew Vamosi
November 16, 2020
Jeannie & family: Please accept our condolences on the loss of your Mom. I will always remember her as the pretty mail lady.
Carey Jensen
November 16, 2020
Mike and Jeannie, Judie was just such a gem. I was just talking about her the other day. SO many great memories and hands down the BEST Girl Scout Leader EVER. My heart sunk when I heard the news. So glad I got to see you two a few months ago. My thoughts and prayers are with you! Love you all.
Jodi Masker Meyer
November 16, 2020
Mike and Jeannie, I´m so sorry to hear about Judie´s passing. You two are in my thoughts and prayers. I pray for strength for both of you in this difficult time. That is a great picture of Judie.
Bob Murray
November 16, 2020
Mike It is sad to hear of Judie's death. We had such great times in High School. Every blessing to you and your family. Joe
Joe Dowd
November 16, 2020
So saddened to hear this; Judie will be very missed. Prayers for the family. Judie had a smile for every one she looked upon, and that smile brightened up acres of space all around her, wherever she might be. Going to miss that girl....
Janice Wagner
November 16, 2020
Judy was my idol. I always thought she was so very nice, exceptionally beautiful and smart. I am so very sorry to hear of her passing. I remember her telling me I should work at Hinky Dinky and then she handed me an application. I told her I wouldn't be 16 for another month. She told me to bring it back then. I got the job! My dad, Carroll Kindberg also worked for Hinky Dinky ever since I was a little girl. He knew Mike and thought highly of him. Our families thoughts and prayers are with you.
Linda Kindberg Underwood
November 16, 2020
Jeanne and I were taken back upon hearing that Judie O'Donnel had passed. We have all the good memories of Judie and Mike. We were the young Hinky Dinky bunch in the 60s. Judie was a happy person and helped many. throughout her life. God Bless her and Mike, along with their family. Dennis & Jeanne Majeski
Dennis Majeski
November 16, 2020
Janelle Zeleny
November 15, 2020
Mike and family so sorry for your loss of Judy she was a great lady.I enjoyed working with her at the post office and she was always so bubbly and funny.I'm going to miss running into her and visiting. Take care and my prayers are with you all.
Stephanie L Ainsworth
November 15, 2020
I always enjoyed seeing Judie she had such a strong energy. You always knew what was on her mind. I will miss her spunk the most.
Cieandra L Tripp
November 15, 2020
Deepest Sympathies to Mike and daughter Jeannie. Judie was a very special lady.
Jeanne Majeski
November 15, 2020
Mike, So sorry! Judy was such a fun person! She is among some of the best in heaven; Toni, Nickie, Vickie just to name a few! They are all gabbing away! We will all be together again one day! Please take comfort in that! Love you!
Dick and Katie Comley
November 15, 2020
My deepest sympathies to husband Mike, daughter Jeannie and grandsons Grey and Holt. Judie and I shared many good times working at Hinky Dinky. Going out to eat after work at the Chinese Restaurant in Omaha sharing Fried Rice and hot tea. Italian places on 10th street with our other friends. So glad Dennis and I got to stop by and visit with you and Mike a few years ago in your lovely home. So many good memories.
Jeanne Bright Majeski
November 15, 2020
Jeanne and I were so sorry to hear of Judy's passing. Jeanne and I worked with Judy at Hinky Dinky (28th & Broadway) and thought highly of her. Judy graduated with the Class of 1963 from Thomas Jefferson High in Council Bluffs, Iowa. She was so much fun to be with and was a caring and loving person. We stopped by and saw Judy and Mike when we were last in CB. Judy marched with Dave Majeski (Twin Brother), in the Military Ball in 1963. Here is a picture of that event 57 years ago. Judy will be so very much missed by family and friends. Mike, we (Jeanne and I) are so sorry for your loss.
Dennis Majeski
November 15, 2020
So sorry Mike to hear this. Judy and i were bowling buddies and we also had such a fun day together on our trip to Denison. She will always be remembered as a fun loving lady and so loveable to everyone, May GOD be with you and your daughter in these trying times. ALWAYS A FRIEND.
Dee Pauly
November 15, 2020
I´m so sad to hear this. Sending love, light and prayers to the family. Judy Kaye always welcomed me and my husband to her beautiful home when we visited from Hawaii. Thank you so much for being you
Darlene Pa
November 15, 2020
Mike and Daughter, Judie, and I went to TJHS and worked at Hinky Dinky and I remember so many times that she would beat me at checking groceries, it was unreal. Would have called Mike but your number was not available to me. Take care and you are in our Prayers.
David & Helen Majeski
November 15, 2020
You were always a beautiful person. RIP
Connie kennedy lemcke
November 15, 2020
I always thought you dressed so nice, you always was such a sophisticated lady,I am so glad we got to see you over the summer, you will really be missed.
Helen Lank
November 15, 2020