ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Judith Nelson 75 years old , born on May 28, 1943 and passed away on December 20, 2018. We will remember her forever. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother to all. She will be missed deeply.

Posted by Yvonne Gaspardo-Nelson on December 26, 2020
Missing you so much. I sometimes grab for my phone to call you of just our talking or your good advice or just to hear you would put a smile on my face. Love you mom.
Posted by Rebecca Gaspardo on December 3, 2020
As Christmas becomes closer I keep thinking what it would be like if you were still here. Everyday you come across my mind and how I wish you could have met your great grand-daughter. You would have loved her. I'm sure your up there watching over her and I'm so thankful she has a beautiful angel watching over her. I miss you so much Grandma. It breaks my heart Grandpa has to live life without you. You were his rock. I love you!
Posted by Crystal Dropps on February 17, 2019
I love you grandma you will be forever miss until we meet again. I love you!
Posted by Yvonne Gaspardo-Nelson on February 17, 2019
Love you mom, till we meet again.

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Posted by Yvonne Gaspardo-Nelson on December 26, 2020
Missing you so much. I sometimes grab for my phone to call you of just our talking or your good advice or just to hear you would put a smile on my face. Love you mom.
Posted by Rebecca Gaspardo on December 3, 2020
As Christmas becomes closer I keep thinking what it would be like if you were still here. Everyday you come across my mind and how I wish you could have met your great grand-daughter. You would have loved her. I'm sure your up there watching over her and I'm so thankful she has a beautiful angel watching over her. I miss you so much Grandma. It breaks my heart Grandpa has to live life without you. You were his rock. I love you!
Posted by Crystal Dropps on February 17, 2019
I love you grandma you will be forever miss until we meet again. I love you!
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