George and Wendy and family, Rich and I were so stunned to see Judy's obituary in the paper. The last time I saw her she had come out of the "Y" pool lockers, and we gave each other a big hug.....and then no sign of her ever-after! A last happy memory!
Judy was one of our Milne Cheerleaders - and I mean that in two ways! Her enthusiasm for life and activity was enormous, and not intimidated by anything or anyone. When I first met her in the 8th grade at Milne and saw those blonde/red braids, I thought, there's a strong individual that will make a good friend in this school.
Many good times with the Loudonville Gals, and slumber parties at all our houses. She will always be a happy memory in the lives of the Class of '56!
My deepest sympathy on your loss of Judy. While I saw her infrequently, we always exchanged detailed Christmas greetings and talked extensively at Milne reunions. Judy and I were classmates from first grade and often referred to each other, and others of the same cohort, as members of the School 16 Mafia. She was strong, intelligent, adventurous and caring. Her many interests and volunteer work attest to all of that. Above all, in every contact we had, family was at the top of her list of important subjects. I know you all will miss her; so will all of us who were privileged to know her.
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