ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Judith keffer, 74 years old, born on December 8, 1946, and passed away on May 5, 2021. We will remember her forever. She was loving,caring,generous, and always forgiving she is now in heaven walking hand in hand with her creator she used to tell me don't cry for me when I'm gone always have happy tears falling from your face ❤ u will be dearly missed grandma u are also walking in heaven with my mother and ur mother and your husband. We love you for everything that u have ever done in life and are just so relieved your not in any pain in more.....
Posted by Sherry Clipse on May 16, 2021
I met Judi in Houston. She took me and my 2 sons in when she was with my dad. Treated me like hers. Worked with her til I moved back to Pa. Spoke to her a lot and she will be greatly missed. She has a piece of my heart.
Posted by Barbara Carter on May 15, 2021
Judi was second born. She was named Judith Daphine. The Judi came from a Aunt in Atlanta GA. The Daphine came from our mom middle name. Judi was 3 years older then me. So her and Brenda were the closes at the early age. Until I. Got a little older they didn't have much to do with me. As we grew up Judi and I shared a lot together. My first basketball game I went to was with Judi and her date. Then after school years Judi moved to VA. I went up there for awhile. She help get me a job at a furniture store. Judi during that time work 3 different jobs just so her kids could have whatever they wanted. She never told them no. She did everything for her kids. The last time I talk to Judi she just came home from being in rehab. I was the first person she called. Before we hung up we told each other those 3 words I love you.

When our brother David was alive. He would always say see ya when we parted our ways. He would say it on the telephone. He never say bye. I question him about it. These were his words. When I tell you by it will mean that you will never hear my voice again. After telling Brenda and Judi this after his death. They started saying it we we talk on the phone. The day David died I called him after we chatted on the phone he said bye. Those were his last words. But when Judi died her last words were see ya. Guess it meant see ya in heaven. I loved Judi growing up I tried to be like her until she moved away. But I have fond memories of some special times we had together. Maybe I can tell you more later on. She reminded me of things we done growing up. Things that I lost when I had a servere head injury and lost part of my childhood memories. I love you Judi and miss our chats
Posted by Brenna Clark on May 15, 2021
Grandma there is not a day that goes by that I don't think of u we all miss u here on this earth we will see each other again soon and we will be together as a family again we all love you so much now u finally get to deserve your rest.... REST IN PEACE BEAUTIFUL ANGEL OF OURS!!!
Posted by Chris Butler on May 14, 2021
Judi was a very sweet woman

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Posted by Sherry Clipse on May 16, 2021
I met Judi in Houston. She took me and my 2 sons in when she was with my dad. Treated me like hers. Worked with her til I moved back to Pa. Spoke to her a lot and she will be greatly missed. She has a piece of my heart.
Posted by Barbara Carter on May 15, 2021
Judi was second born. She was named Judith Daphine. The Judi came from a Aunt in Atlanta GA. The Daphine came from our mom middle name. Judi was 3 years older then me. So her and Brenda were the closes at the early age. Until I. Got a little older they didn't have much to do with me. As we grew up Judi and I shared a lot together. My first basketball game I went to was with Judi and her date. Then after school years Judi moved to VA. I went up there for awhile. She help get me a job at a furniture store. Judi during that time work 3 different jobs just so her kids could have whatever they wanted. She never told them no. She did everything for her kids. The last time I talk to Judi she just came home from being in rehab. I was the first person she called. Before we hung up we told each other those 3 words I love you.

When our brother David was alive. He would always say see ya when we parted our ways. He would say it on the telephone. He never say bye. I question him about it. These were his words. When I tell you by it will mean that you will never hear my voice again. After telling Brenda and Judi this after his death. They started saying it we we talk on the phone. The day David died I called him after we chatted on the phone he said bye. Those were his last words. But when Judi died her last words were see ya. Guess it meant see ya in heaven. I loved Judi growing up I tried to be like her until she moved away. But I have fond memories of some special times we had together. Maybe I can tell you more later on. She reminded me of things we done growing up. Things that I lost when I had a servere head injury and lost part of my childhood memories. I love you Judi and miss our chats
Posted by Brenna Clark on May 15, 2021
Grandma there is not a day that goes by that I don't think of u we all miss u here on this earth we will see each other again soon and we will be together as a family again we all love you so much now u finally get to deserve your rest.... REST IN PEACE BEAUTIFUL ANGEL OF OURS!!!
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Shared by Brenna Clark on May 14, 2021
She always did what she had to do to make sure everyone had what they needed she will never be forgotten I loved when she used to tell me all her childhood stories I love you grandma R.I R.I.P GRANDMA