ForeverMissed

Judith Hopkins Hart, 72, a longtime resident of Granville County, passed away Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at her home.

A native of Granville County, she was the daughter of the late Basil Needham Hart and Macy Owen Hopkins Kelly. She was of the Baptist faith and was owner and operator of Hart’s Construction for thirty eight years and owner of Hart’s Mobile Home Park.

Funeral services will be conducted at 11:00 AM Saturday July 30, 2016 in the Eakes Funeral Home Chapel in Oxford by Rev. Alan Murphy. Burial will be private.

Surviving are her devoted partner of forty two years, June Belinda “Cookie” Boyd of the home, a sister, Sue Hart Sides (Bill) of Salisbury, a half-brother, Basil Needham Hart, Jr. of Asheville, a nephew, Max Menius of Highpoint, NC., special children, Andrea “Kristen” Boyd and Aiden Scott Boyd, and special children she was devoted to, Kelly Glen Watson and James Todd Hamrick. She was preceded in death by a son, Andrew Scott “Scottie” Boyd.

Visitation will be held Saturday, July 30, 2016 from 10:00 – 11:00 A.M. prior to the service at Eakes Funeral Home in Oxford and at other times at the home.

Posted by Shirley Bouvier on July 7, 2020
Roland and I were going through some old pictures the other day and there I found your high school senior picture.....Your were such a beautiful loving person and I wish I could give you a hug right now. Rest easy sweet cousin <3
Posted by Shirley Bouvier on July 29, 2016
Rest in peace my sweet cousin Judy. You lived and loved well and through your health struggles you have earned your angel wings. We didn't get to visit often, but when we
did get together our time was always filled with love and laughter. I'll miss that infectious smile and the knowing that you were always there for a friend in need. We love you and Cookie, always have and always will.
Posted by Max Menius on July 29, 2016
Judy loved deeply and was there for many people all throughout her life. I will cherish my memories of Judy, Cookie, Mom, and the rest of the family and the good times we spent together. Judy loved her father, Basil Hart, and she looked up to him and the example he set in her life. I know that she is at peace and with him now, and her mom Macy, and Scottie. Many hearts have been touched by Judy along the way. We were all better for having known her and for the time she shared with us being a cheerleader in our lives, a mentor, and a friend. We love you Judy, always and forever.
Posted by Anita Bachmann on July 29, 2016
Our family lost a sweet and dear family member this week. Judy was the essence of unconditional love- - always willing to lend a helping hand, always showing concern for others and always showing compassion for each person she met. Her love, admiration and respect for her Daddy (Uncle B) was something I will never forget. And she carried those same sentiments to others. 
Judy- you will be missed in our daily lives, but we will carry your spirit in our hearts forever.
Cookie- my love and prayers to you. You are and will always be "our family."
Anita (NeNe to Judy)
Posted by Dorothy Overby on July 29, 2016
Judy was a good person. Prayers lifted to her family and Cookie. May she RIP

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Posted by Shirley Bouvier on July 7, 2020
Roland and I were going through some old pictures the other day and there I found your high school senior picture.....Your were such a beautiful loving person and I wish I could give you a hug right now. Rest easy sweet cousin <3
Posted by Shirley Bouvier on July 29, 2016
Rest in peace my sweet cousin Judy. You lived and loved well and through your health struggles you have earned your angel wings. We didn't get to visit often, but when we
did get together our time was always filled with love and laughter. I'll miss that infectious smile and the knowing that you were always there for a friend in need. We love you and Cookie, always have and always will.
Posted by Max Menius on July 29, 2016
Judy loved deeply and was there for many people all throughout her life. I will cherish my memories of Judy, Cookie, Mom, and the rest of the family and the good times we spent together. Judy loved her father, Basil Hart, and she looked up to him and the example he set in her life. I know that she is at peace and with him now, and her mom Macy, and Scottie. Many hearts have been touched by Judy along the way. We were all better for having known her and for the time she shared with us being a cheerleader in our lives, a mentor, and a friend. We love you Judy, always and forever.
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Bumpy Truck

Shared by Max Menius on July 7, 2018

As little kids, Judy drove Todd and me far out into the country to check on a timber clearing job she and her Dad had been working on. We were excited to be with her and to get a ride in the dump truck. As we left the job site, Judy took a rough dirt road out that had large potholes. 

For fun she would gun the engine and hit the potholes lifting Todd and me completely off the seat and bumping our heads on the roof of the truck. She laughed so hard and so did we!! 

Another time when I was visiting Judy on Military St. in Oxford, we left the back door open. When we came back, one of her Billy goats was standing on the Kitchen counter eating a loaf of bread Ah, so funny - will never forget it. Love you Judy Hart! We miss you, Max.