- 67 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 27, 1945
- Date of passing: Nov 15, 2012
|Let the memory of Judy be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Judy Wood, 67, born on June 27, 1945 and passed away on November 15, 2012 after an eight month battle with cancer. She fought to the end. We will remember her forever.
"So much has changed in the time you've been gone, and yet I can hardly believe four years has passed. I feel like just yesterday I could have picked up the phone to talk about all the things that have happened. I will always love you and miss you."
"I miss you every day. Today Will and I walked in the Navy yard, then visited your tree and bench, then toured the Eastern State Penitentiary, where a guard told a funny story you would have loved. I also learned that you took Lottie, Lisa and Rich there for Halloween one year. Then Aunt Susan, Uncle Harold, Barb, and Mark had dinner with Will and me at Downeys and we remembered you with stories. You are with me every day, but I miss you always."
"Miss you, Judy. It's so hard to believe that I have not been with you for 2 years. I am writing this from my new iPhone 6, and since you were the "Apple Queen" I can't help but think that you would be happy about that."
"I miss you so much. It's so hard to believe a whole year has gone by. I think of you every day. As we approach Thanksgiving, one year later, I'm grateful to have been your daughter, and so grateful for your life. The world is not the same without you. I love you."
"Thinking of you and missing you Judy, as it's hard to believe it's been one year ago that you left us all. Tonight after work Shirley and I are mtg up at one of your favorite spots "Art After 5" & how appropriate as we had so many FUN times "Painting the Town Red" together on Fridays after work! Take care my Very Good Friend, until we meet again! With Love, Donna"
"Thinking of my sweet sister on her birthday. I miss you, but I am so glad that you are not suffering! You never complained through it all. I know that I could not have been that way. Your bench looks beautiful and I love benches. Harold makes fun of me, but I stop at every bench I can. I think it is so peaceful to sit on a bench and look and hear what's going on around."
"Today is our first Mothers Day without you, and I miss you more than ever. I know we weren't big on celebrations, and were rarely together on Mothers Day, but today is so different without you. I love you!"
"I knew Judy just briefly; a very kind and decent woman. I did not know of her passing until today, my condolences on her passing"
"To Judy~~So many laughs from high school to our days at St Stephen's, and now I find out that you are with the Angels!! God bless your family~~I know they miss you!!
From all your friends from Feasterville, please smile down on us!~~we need it!!"
"It has been an enormous privilege to have known you, to have laughed with you and to have seen you with that wonderful loving family that you gave to us all. You will be forever in our hearts, our minds and our thoughts. Michael"
"Dear Judy, you were fun, you were amusing, you were adventurous, you taught us many things, and you always made us smile. But above all you were brave. You let nothing deter you from your goal of beating the illness that took you from us. Nor did you let it in any way diminish that light that you allowed to shine for us."
"Happy Thanksgiving! You are in our thoughts today!"
"This Thanksgiving I am grateful for the life of my mother, and for the support and love of all those whose lives touched hers and were somehow changed. I am enormously saddened by losing her, but I am thankful that a corner of the world was richer for her presence, her quirkiness, and all she brought with her. It has been one week since she passed. This Thanksgiving is for her."
"Judy, I am having trouble finding the right words to pay tribute to you. I love you. I miss you. Thanks for being a fantastic aunt. You helped me discover who I am and how to be. You could always show me how to tilt my perspective and see things differently. You had charm and grace and spirit that brightened my life. Blessings"
"Judy, you were such an amazing aunt. You had a great way of putting everyone at ease. You were the most empathetic person, you could always relate and understand. I have many memories of you but your bright smile and postive loving spirit shine the brightest in my mind. You taught me to fight and persevere. There is not enough room to explain what you have meant to me. I Love you"
"When I was in Philly, you were my greatest friend. I love you and miss you. Kamau"
"Judy we loved you and we and we still do. I Azariah remember how we would always stand up for each other. Your fight was long and your heart was strong and you will always be remembered. I will love you forever, I will like you for always, and as long as forever in my heart you will be."
"We are very heartbroken at Judy's passing and are very sorry that we can't be with you during this difficult time. I remember the first time I met her at the Imagine It! Museum. We shared a conversation about jewelry. We will always remember holidays and special occasions spent with her. She was a very generous and kind-hearted woman. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family."
"I only had the pleasure of meeting Judy once in person. My wife and I met her and Elizabeth for lunch on South Street, and it was a wonderful and patently entertaining meal. I regret that I didn't have the pleasure of more of her company, and the world is less charming for her passing. Love to Elizabeth and the family."
"Judy, you will be sorely missed. It did much for morale to have you take on seemingly intractable tasks and fix them with such good humour and warm smile. Your memory endures with me, even as full retirement finds me working from home."
"I was profoundly saddened by the news that your mother had passed away. The last time I saw her, probably two years ago, she was in good spirits and looked well, so the e-mail from Donna about her death came as a shock. I am horribly upset that I did not know the gravity of her illness, since I would have wanted to spoke with her. I am sure that you know that I so enjoyed the many years at Pe"
"Judy, it was such a pleasure and honor for me to know you. Your humor and kindness will always be remembered. Rest peacefully."
Thank you for your hospitality, your greatness and your help. You were my neighbor, my colleague and proud to say my friend."
"Judy, wise and brave woman, showed me how to enjoy each moment in life. We shared wonderful times with Donna and members of the CRRWH. You will be always with us."
"Judy was a real sweetheart. I will always remember her willingness to help out on so many projects. More than anything, her ability to tackle any challenge with a sense of humor was a joy. She was also so proud of her children and grandchildren!! We will miss her very much."
"What can I say about my sister---I will miss her. She was kind and gentle and caring. All who knew her have fond, funny memories of times together. My family loved her and will miss her. We are glad that she has no more suffering."
"Your mom may be gone, but will live inside you always. She lives on through you, Becky and the boys. The sadness is so great now but hope that soon it can be replaced with smiles when you think of the love you share and good times you all had together. I know it meant the world to have you by her side these last 6 months."
"Judy was alot of fun and we had many good times together with Shirley and other coworkers during these last 15 + yrs we've been friends, both inside and outside the office. Girlfriend nights out on the town, Art After 5, restaurant week, etc & Judy was the 1st one to ever take me to South Street. I will miss you Judy and I'll cherish the memories , Love you!!!"
"You were the best mother -in-law a guy could ask for. I'm grateful for all the time you were able to spend with me and my kids. I'm especially gonna miss your warm personality around the house for the holidays. You helped make the family complete. Your legacy will live on through your exceptional daughters and grandkids.
"I can't describe the enormous sadness I feel at losing you. Your fight was a long and difficult one that took up with courage and incredible persistence. You will always be my hero."
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