My thought and prayers to all of Judi family she will be missed I worked with her st alpa some years ago she was a good friend with all my love RIP
Thank you, Judi, for being such a caring and supporting friend and family member to my sister, Debra, and most wholeheartedly to my niece, Jennifer. You have always been a blessing to all who crossed your path. The path you walked is a demonstration to all about how to live with righteousness and dignity.
She was one of a kind. When all our kids were young we made many memories. She always had her smile. She will be missed gone way to soon.
My thoughts & prayers are with Judi's family at this time. May your Faith, Family, Friends, & Many Happy Memories help you in the days to come. You have a Very Special Guardian Angel looking down on you 24/7!!!! I worked with Judi at Alpha for many years. The last few as my sup. We had our good days & our bad days. With lots of talking about her family, her favorite subject to chat about.!!!! It hard to believe Mr C come back after so many years. She was my person I bragged about beating cancer!! Cancer Sucks. Will be thinking of her a lot July 14 at our " Relay for Life " around Bellingham lib. Come down & make a sack to honor our friend. I know she is looking down on us 24/7!!! Take Care, I Care!! R.I.P. Judi
I'm sure going to miss Judi.
I best remember Judi as holding court at her desk at Alpha, where many of us came by to visit with her every day. She had the best stories...often sharing about her daughters, her dogs, her family, her cancer, her grandchildren, her travels, her new wigs, and of course her Keith. She was a great leader and had a special knack for dealing with all the different personalities in the building. She had no problem telling you her opinion yet she cared deeply for her friends and let them know it. She was the best person to be on your side.
I loved our Friday lunch group and am thankful we still got together for lunches long after leaving Alpha. A night out at the Reef was always made better running into Judi & Keith. I've never met a luckier person at the slots.
So thankful you are no longer suffering. Rest in peace, my friend.