Let the memory of Judy be with us forever
  • 64 years old
  • Born on October 8, 1950 .
  • Passed away on March 13, 2015 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Judy George, 64, born on October 8, 1950 and passed away on March 13, 2015. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Jerry George on 13th March 2018
I miss you very much. I love you.
Posted by Jerry George on 8th October 2016
I love and miss you so much. Today would is your birthday and I will miss taking you out with the family to eat. I miss you.
Posted by Joe George on 28th March 2016
Judy I dreaded march 13th then came our anniversary on the 22nd. Somehow I got through it but I miss. You so much .until. I see you again you will be my love.
Posted by Joe George on 9th October 2015
My brides birthday October 8th went to visit her and took her some roses I miss her so much
Posted by Angie Robinson on 3rd September 2015
I love u Judy miss u so much .u was a true friend an great to be blessed to no u .plz watch out for our Austin Hollingsworth he up there with u now .
Posted by Deborah Elder on 21st June 2015
Hi Sis. One particular thing I think of often about you,is how you touched so many lives and the love you felt for everyone you met. One man you met at church said you came up to him the first time he visited your church and asked his name, you then said "hello I'm Judy and you are my new friend. How special you made this perfect stranger feel, what a gift. I pray the Lord would make me half the person you are. I miss you so much, my life feels so empty without you sometimes. I just wish you had given me the chance to say good by. Love you Sis!!!!
Posted by Jeana Dodge on 11th June 2015
Mama I miss you so much and I hope you know how much I love you.I talk to you everyday and you have helped me through a lot of stuff and I thank you for that.Just know you are very loved and missed by a lot of people.
Posted by Joe George on 5th June 2015
It has been almost four months since you left me Judy baby and the pain is still as sharp as.ever if possible i miss you more today than from the start not a minute goes.bye that I don't think about you and. Miss your smile the only thing that helps is knowing you are not in pain any more you were always worried when the next seizure or head ache. Was going to happen i would have gave anything to help you I pray that you knew how much I really loved you. Never be another you. I love you always Judy. Be happy
Posted by Jerry George on 27th April 2015
I love you mama. I will miss you. I enjoyed you being my mom. I enjoyed the time I had with you and will forever be thankful for the time I had with you. God blessed my life with you.
Posted by Charlene Bright on 22nd April 2015
I don't even know where to begin. I was named after my Aunt Judy and she has always been a part of my life! We shared so much and even joked about sharing a brain. She always had a smile on her face no matter what. I always told her she was my inspiration to overcome any illness that life threw my way and she always will be!! I love her more than words can ever express and I still cannot except she has gone home. She is still with me and I can still feel her cheering me on to overcome whatever I am facing! I know I will always feel her presence and her cheering me on until we meet again. Until that day she will always here me screaming I love you and please come back which is selfish because she is in a better place and has no more sickness or pain. Judy will always be with me and she will always hear me talking to her telling her I love her and her telling me she loves me and that I can overcome whatever is going on. Heaven gained a beautiful special angel but even knowing that does not make me not miss her so much but does make it easier. I love you Judy Patricia George! Love Patricia Charlene Bright
Posted by Nicole Millwood on 19th April 2015
Miss Judy was most definitely one of life's gifts. Having the pleasure of knowing her was a gift all of its own. She had a way of making you feel special and always had the nicest things to say. I looked forward to our daily comments on FB. I could always bet that she'd leave a sweet comment on whatever I posted. I look back on them still today. Oh, how I miss her!! My heart goes out to her family and closest friends. Judy was and always will be one of the most beautiful people that have ever existed. Her loving nature and beautiful spirit was an inspiration to so many. She will be forever missed.
Posted by Carolyn Caldwell on 17th April 2015
I only got to know Judy since my daughter married her son Jerry. So short a time. Judy always had a smile on her face and was always so pleasant to be around. The best times was at the lake and we all had time to do nothing and just enjoy talking and spending time with each other. My heart goes out to her family for the great void in their lives without her in it. I still think of her a lot and miss her greatly.
Posted by Angel Page on 16th April 2015
There really is not enough words to say how I feel about my aunt Judy. I always called her the Dolly Parton of the family. She radiated beauty and compassion for all. Always thinking of others first. I had the lovely pleasure of growing up on the goucher hill with my aunt. I'm sure adding a lot of grey hairs to her head. Went on a lot of vacations with her and was never told I couldn't go. She was the more the merry type of person. There are so many stories to tell that I can't pick out just one. From going to the laundry mat in pacolet to the mountains to myrtle beach I have so many memories. I love you today as much as I have loved you all my life. You are missed and I will see you again one day.
Posted by Joe George on 16th April 2015
She was the love of my life and there was never a dull second. I will miss her every min for the rest of my life she also loved the lord and prayed for everyone if she knew them or not she was kind and loving. And I loved her with all my heart.
Posted by Jeana Dodge on 15th April 2015
On friday the 13th of March I lost my hero. Many of you called her Judy but I had the honor of calling her mama. She was not only beautiful outside but she was inside as well. She was smart and funny and very kind. She never meet as stranger in 5 mins. of getting to know her they were her friend. She battled many illnesses and she would still say keep your head up and things will get better for you. She would inspire you to be a better person just by knowing her.I love her with every beat of my heart and miss our phone calls everyday. Sometimes I catch myself calling her before realizing it. I miss you mama more than I can put into words and so do so many other people. I guess that is why you had such a good turn out at your friends and family 400 people came out to see you. For that I am thankful to each and everyone of them.But I know you are in heaven now and God gained his Angel back. I always knew you were on lone to start with.I love you.
Posted by Jamie Gossett on 15th April 2015
Mrs. Judy you were the light to Facebook. I always looked for your comments and pics. Always loved seeing that beautiful face and smile of yours. I can remember when I use to stay the weekends at your house with jeana when we was growing up. I always knew you was a wonderful woman and mother. I'm so glad I had the honor of knowing you. You are missed and loved by so many . give my momma a hug for me. Love u mrs judy
Posted by Ashley Everhart on 15th April 2015
Well aunt Judy where do I even begin? I have cried, screamed, and sat in complete silence. I just don't understand. I probably never will. Just always know that you will forever be in my heart. I will always love you no matter how long it takes me to see you again. I can feel your presence with me every single day of my life. Yes I do still get upset and yes I do still have so many questions for you, but I will never be angry with you for leaving it was your time to go home. I promise I will see you again and I will run to you and throw my arms around to just like I always did. I will sit with you and tell you all of my wild stories. I love you forever and always!

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