- 59 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 29, 1954
- Date of passing: Jan 4, 2014
|Piglet: How do you spell love? Pooh: You don't spell it, you feel it.|
"I'm very sorry for the loss of your beloved Judith. I didn't know her, but please accept my expression of deepest sympathy to you, her loved family and friends. This past Sept, my very precious and beloved Mom died, and I know that our grief isn't the same. However, I would like to tell you what continues to help bring me comfort and I hope that it will bring an added measure of comfort to you too. I think about the fact that my dear Mom isn't suffering, and that means a lot! And I look forward to seeing and being with her again through the resurrection to welcome her back to life, a time with no more sickness or pain! Please don't be offended by my writing to you, as I mean no offense in any way. (Acts 24:15; Eccl. 9:11b; James1:13; Isa. 33:24; Job 33:25; Rev. 21:4, 5; Psalm 37:10, 11, 29) If you would care to look these verses up, they are the basis for the hope I have. Take care, Sincerely, Cindy Boyer"
"When I first met Judi it was for one of your installations. We started talking about you, Joce. I wanted to learn all about you and asked to see pictures. We sat side by side at her computer looking for quite a while. We became instant friends. I could feel her love for you just by the way she talked and the way her face lit up. I am so glad you have such a loving mother. You know I would have been there for you if I could. Call me anytime you need."
I am so sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of our times together when you & Ryan were young. May you remember the wonderful days with your Mom to ease the pain of losing her much too early. Our Love, Diana & family"
"Judi was one of a kind. She loved her famy and friends with all of her heart. My daughters were lucky enough to travel with Judi while she was involved with Jobs Daughters. She made them feel like they were her own kids. They both come home with tails of adventures with Judi. To this day that talk about trips in "The Big Red Van". I don't know if I ever really thanked her for taking such good care of my girls when they were on The Jobie Trail. So Judi this is a big thank you for all that where and did. Save me a place at your table in that Great Bethel on High. You will be missed forever and ever."
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