- 70 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 10, 1945
- Date of passing: Sep 7, 2016
|Let the memory of Judy be with us forever|
Judy Dianne Bernard was born on December 10, 1945 to Elra and Sylvia (Lebduska) Schademann in West Point. She attended St. Paul Elementary School and graduated from West Point Public High School in 1964. On April 25, 1970, Judy married Randy Bernard at St. Paul Lutheran Church in West Point. The couple moved to Pender where Judy was a wonderful homemaker and mother. The couple then moved to West Point in 1977 where they started Bernard’s Restaurant. They retired from Bernard’s in 2007 and then moved onto the Schademann home place Northwest of West Point.
Judy was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church. She was an avid gardener and loved to read and spend time with her grandchildren.
Survivors include her husband, Randy, of West Point; daughters, Sandi (Chuck) Westerman of Fremont, Jenny (Duane) Throener of West Point, and Kelly (Brian) Throener of Dodge; grandchildren Jacie Kubik, Hailey and Grant Westerman, Carter, Ashlynn, Kenadie, and Brynn Throener, and Keyden and Kyler Throener; mother, Sylvia Schademann of West Point; sisters, Alice (Mike) Epstein of Lincoln and Deb Schademann of West Point; brothers, Roy (Rebecca) of Kansas City, MO, Richard (Debbe) of Mayer, AZ, Randy (Rhonda) of Lawrence, KS, and Shep (Mardell) of West Point; sister-in-law, Peggy (Chris) Rasmussen of Omaha; and many nieces and nephews.
Judy is preceded in death by her father, Elra Schademann; and sisters-in-law Debbie Aines and Susie Borsheim.
I miss you so much! You were the one I could call when I was having a bad day, when one of the kids were sick, or just to talk too. I still talk to you many times a day, but it is just not the same. You are the best mother/grandmother that anyone could ask for. I just keep asking, Why? God must of had a very important plan for you up there. Keep looking down on all of us and we will keep smiling up at you. My Hero, My Angel.
"Thank you for always believing in me and supporting me in everything I did. I know you are up above, watching over all of us. Please continue to guide me through this crazy thing we call life.
I can't wait to see you again someday! I'll always be your "little dolly" and you'll always be my "mima." I love you always and forever, Grandma!"
"Thank you for being someone I can look up to forever. I miss you a lot Grandma. I'll see you in paradise."
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