- 73 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 4, 1941
- Place of birth:
Redwing, Minnesota, United States
- Date of passing: May 5, 2014
- Place of passing:
Santa Cruz, California, United States
|Let the memory of Judith be with us forever|
Realize we’re with you
While in this realm of yours
My deceased parents tell me
Through careful dark deer eyelids
Two sets of antlers
Eight cloven hooves
Multitudinous taps of graceful traction
From uncharted cosmic stations
Infinity conversing with my cabin being
In solace for joyous moments
Amidst a jagged quest for righteousness
In mountainous harmony timber lane
Worn down, restless feet
Upon rock, above Earth, molecularly intact
Descendant of mystic ash, fluid, skin
And so transmitters beam the evergreen
Of unspoken wisdom reverberation
To my still skull translation
Message telling me:
“Dwell not on hang ups past
As there is never a rose-lined path
Nor golden chalice for prolonged peace
You’re as green as this skyline before you
Remember this while memorializing us
In the tangible reality”
Move on, they relay
As a man behind the beating chest
(c) Copyright 2014 Daniel Yaryan"
"JUDITH ANN YARYAN 1941 – 2014
Judith Ann Yaryan passed away on 5/5/14 at 5:55 p.m. from congestive heart failure – surrounded by her loving family at home in Santa Cruz, CA. She was 73 years old.
Judith is survived by her brother Jay Hansen of Auburn CA and her three children: Charles R. Yaryan III of Santa Cruz, Yari Allen (and her husband Sean) of Rocklin, CA, and Daniel Yaryan of Santa Cruz. She also leaves three grandchildren: Amanda Allen of Rocklin, CA, Hannah Yaryan and Andrew Yaryan of Santa Cruz. She is also survived by her in-laws: Judith & Neal Odom; Ken & Nancy Yaryan – all of Denison, Texas; Doug & Glenda Yaryan of Shady Cove, OR; Robert & Kris Yaryan and Donald Yaryan – all of Calimesa, CA. She is preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Chuck Yaryan (Died 4/1/10).
Born in Redwing, Minn. on March 4, 1941 to Earl and Ilo Hansen, Judy Yaryan moved to California when she was in the 4th grade and loved the warmer state and the ocean. Her parents owned a bakery where she enjoyed watching her mom decorate birthday and wedding cakes. When in high school, she worked in the bakery. She graduated from high school in 1959 and married Chuck in 1960. Over the years, she worked as a typist, stenographer and certified nursing assistant. She enjoyed trips to Solvang, reading, crafts, playing cards, Scrabble, Monopoly, bowling, movies and was a SF 49er fan. She was a loving wife, mom, grandma and friend who will be greatly missed. A memorial service will be held late summer 2014. Contact: email@example.com."
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