ForeverMissed

our beloved Daughter, Sister, Niece, wife, mother, grandmother and friend Judy Tondreau, 62, of Louisville Kentucky. passed away on Aug 26, 2017 at Norton Brownsboro Hospital. 

Judy was born July 16, 1955 in Seattle Washington daughter to Ed and Idalene Tondreau. then in the early 80's moved to Coeur d' Alene Idaho to raise her family. Then passing through Arizona, met the man of her dreams and moved with him to where they now called home in Louisville Kentucky. 

Judy lived and loved life to the fullest. she especially loved the little pleasures in life, like going to shoots with her husband jay, walking their Dog Riley, cruising around town in their new car, talking to her grand children on the phone, mowing the lawn, and even going to work. 

She worked as a manager at the local Arby's. Her customer knew her by name. If they didn't see her in the front they would always say where's the little one we want judy to help us. Poking fun at the fact she was only 4' 11and a half. the half was very important to her. she even insisted that the DMV put it on her license 

Judy is preceded in death by her parent's and grandparent's 

Judy is survived by her husband, Jay of Louisville Ky; two sons Scott (Zabrina) of Hayden Id, Joseph of Spokane Wa; adopted son Derrick of Hayden; three grandchildren, Sierra, Scott, Rylee; siblings, Rena of Issaquah Wa; Ben of Ellensburg Wa, Charles of Seattle Wa; Aunt, Ruby of Redmond Wa; three Nieses; three nephews;

And her beloved dog, Riley 

Posted by James Rice on September 10, 2017
We miss you and hope to see you again on the other side.
Posted by Donna Plapp on August 31, 2017
I don't know you.. But it's so sad to hear about your Mom. May she. R.I.P. .

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Posted by James Rice on September 10, 2017
We miss you and hope to see you again on the other side.
Posted by Donna Plapp on August 31, 2017
I don't know you.. But it's so sad to hear about your Mom. May she. R.I.P. .
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Moms urn

Shared by Scott Lumbert on October 1, 2017

So this is the urn we got for my mom. It says "Small pleasures make the sweetest memories" and is covered with butterflies. My mom has always lived a simple life and the simplest things always made her happiest. She loved butterflies and as a child I remember her, my brother and I would lay on our back deck sun bathing. My mom would sing a song she made up it went "butterflies, butterflies come to us." and at the beginning of summer all of the butterfly cocoons at the edge of the woods we lived by would hatch from their cocoons and there would be hundreds of butterflies everywhere and they would come and land all over us and our deck. I'll never forget that summer we spent many days out on that deck we sang and laughed, and laughed some more. It was such a simple thing but it meant the world to all three of us. Out of all my memories from when l younger this is one that I hold most dear and reflect back on often. To this day when I see a butterfly it reminds me of my mom and how much she loved my brother and I and of that amazing summer and the precious moments we shared. I Love you Mom R.I.P.

flower boat

Shared by Scott Lumbert on October 1, 2017

So I made this little flower boat to put my moms ashes in so that her ashes wouldn't blow back on us during the release.

scattering ceremony

Shared by Scott Lumbert on October 1, 2017

So whenever My mom lost a loved one, friend, or pet. she would play a song by Ozzy Osbourn called see you on the side. so we thought it only fitting that we play it for her when we scatter her ashes. so we went to the lake for the scattering ceremony and half way through the scattering ceremony the song switched to judas priest's you got another thing coming (which was another of my moms favorite songs). My mom would have her husband Jay play this song everytime they would leave on a road trip, vacation, or just a drive to the store. so I want to believe that the switching of the song and to that song of all 1121 songs on my phone was her way of saying she's off to set out on a new adventure.