Franklin C. Kinsey
Troy, Kansas – Franklin C. Kinsey, 92, of rural Troy, formerly of Manhattan, Kansas passed away January 6, 2018 surrounded by family.
He was born January 6, 1926 to Hugh Daniel and Adah Dunn Kinsey.
He attended rural school Climax No.9 south of Troy; and graduated from Troy High School in 1943.
He attended Kemper Military School 1 year before serving 2 years in the U.S. Navy, WWII. He also attended Iowa State University for 1 year before graduating from Kansas State University in 1949 with a B.S. degree in Engineering.
After graduation, he went to work for the USDA Soil Conservation Service as an Area Engineer. He retired from the area office in Manhattan, KS in 1986.
Franklin married Barbara Jean Daub of Highland, Kansas May 31, 1951. She preceded him in death on November 13, 2004. He was also preceded in death by his parents & a daughter-in-law, Janice Sue Kinsey.
He was a member of the Troy American Legion Post No.55, Troy Masonic Lodge #55, Troy Chapter No 16, Atchison Commandery No 2, Salina ISIS Shrine, and ISIS Shrine Legion of Honor.
Survivors include: son, Hugh C. Kinsey granddaughters, Nicole Grable (Jeremy), Kristin Franken (Corey), Andrea Kinsey; great-grandchildren, Cayley and Alyson Grable, Braxton and Kamryn Franken & a sister, Barbara Adan Hunter, (Bill).
Graveside Service: 11 A.M. Wednesday, January 10, 2018
At the Mount Olive Cemetery, Troy, Kansas
Visitation: Tuesday evening 6:30-7:30 pm at the Harman Rohde Funeral Home in Troy, Kansas where friends may call after 12 NOON Tuesday.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers, Janice Kinsey Memorial Scholarship Fund
Mary “Moo” Ellen Gilland-Prater
Mary Ellen (Moo) Gilland-Prater 85, of Saint Joseph, Missouri passed away Thursday January 4, 2018 at Mosaic Hospital with her family at her side. She was born on September 19, 1932 to the late Dewey L. and Edna Mae (Dickerson) Gilland in DeKalb, Mo. and lived there until the age of 6 when the family moved to Allendale, Mo. She attended school in Allendale & Grant City, Mo, the two places she always considered home, along with her current residence which she has lived for 66 years. Mary Ellen married J.D. Prater in 1951, and after 41 ½ years, divorced but remained very close until his passing in 1992. Mary Ellen worked at the hot dot counter at Kresge’s, Snow White Restaurant, and retired from Perkins Restaurant after 17 years in 1995. She was the first recipient of the Chamber of Commerce Most Friendly Award. Mary Ellen loved her family, and was the best Mom & Grandmother called Moo. She was always there to help the kids when needed. She loved outdoors, plants, and watching the fish in her Koi Pond. She also did ceramics and working puzzles. She had a infectious laugh, but could be a little ornery, stubborn, and very opinionated. Mary Ellen and her daughter, Mary Dale Colwell, were very close, and you seldom saw one without the other, and often could hear them laughing before you saw them. Her grandson, Jeff, and great grandson, Jordan, whom she helped raise, were her greatest joy, and she cherished them with all her heart. Mary was preceded in death by her parents, brother, George Dewey Gilland, sisters, Pat Hall, and Naomi Williams. She is survived by daughter, Mary Dale (Joe) Colwell, grandson, Jeff (Rachael) Hamilton, great grandson, Jordan (Ashley) Hamilton, and a great granddaughter, Maddy, due in January, 2018, brother, Jon Quentin Gilland, Albuquerque, New Mexico, cousin, Barb Mae Smith, St. Joseph, cousin, Johnny (Kandra) Dickerson of Des Moines, IA, along with a host of nieces and nephews. The Family will receive friends from 1-2 pm Tuesday with funeral services: at 2:00 pm Tuesday, Rupp Chapel. The interment will be at the Agency Cemetery, Agency, MO.
Terry Lee O’Dell
Terry Lee O’Dell 61, of Saint Joseph, Missouri died Thursday, January 4, 2018. Born September 18, 1956 in Mt.Vernon, Washington. He enjoyed Bingo and fishing. He was preceded in death by his parents, Herman and Norma O’Dell. Survivors include; wife, Leona O’Dell, sons, Terry Lee Jr., Jerry O’Dell (Randy Babbs,) John (Amanda) and Norman O’Dell all of St. Joseph, MO, grandchildren: Dakota Hensley, Breanna O’Dell, Faith O’Dell, and brother, J.R. O’Dell. Celebration of Life 9-11 am Tuesday, Rupp Chapel. Memorials are requested to the Terry O’Dell Memorial Fund in care of the Rupp Funeral Home.
Herbie Ray McClasky
Herbie Ray McClasky 60, Kansas City, Missouri died Tuesday, January 2, 2018 in Kansas City. Born October 28, 1957, Belton. Preceded in death by parents: Manuel & Dorothy McClasky. Survivors include wife, Wilma McClasky, Kansas City, MO, daughters, Tammy Ellis, Kelly Cannon, Nichole McClasky, and sister, Sue Jeffers. Cremation under the direction of the Rupp Funeral Home. There are no scheduled visitation or memorial services at this time. Memorials are requested to the Herb McClasky memorial fund in care of the Rupp Funeral Home.
Lydia M. Larimore
ONAGA – Lydia M. Larimore, 93, of Onaga, died Friday, January 5, 2018 at the Eastridge Nursing Facility in Centralia.
She was born October 11, 1924 at Havensville , the daughter of Leonard and Alice Hammerly Bonjour. She graduated from Onaga High School in 1942.
Lydia was a member of the First Congregational Church, UCC in Onaga. She had worked at Slimaker Dress Factory in Onaga, which later was S&S Sports Wear and then Pyramid Manufacturing.
She married Russell F. Larimore on March 11, 1945 at Harrington, Delaware. He died March 23, 2008.
Lydia was also preceded in death by her parents.
Survivors include a son, Steve L. Larimore and wife Linda, Salem, MO; two brothers, Lawrence Bonjour and Merle Bonjour, both of Onaga; three grandchildren, Christina Stark, Jesse Larimore and Josey Larimore, six great grandchildren, Katelyn Diaz, Harper Larimore, Hadley Larimore, Madison Larimore, Aubrey Larimore and Jase Larimore, and two great-great grandchildren, Sophia Diaz and Elaina Diaz.
Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, January 9th at the First Congregational Church. Burial will follow in the Neuchatel Cemetery north of Onaga. Lydia will lie in state Monday at the Chapel Oaks Funeral Home in Onaga where family and friends will meet from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Memorials are suggested to the Neuchatel Cemetery, and may be sent in care of the funeral home, P.O. Box 312, Onaga, 66521.
Rodney R. Bruns
Elwood, Kansas Rodney R. Bruns, 58, of Elwood, Kansas passed away Thursday, January 4, 2018 at his home.
Rodney was born on July 13, 1959 in St. Joseph, Missouri to Clyde L. & Delores (Culver) Bruns.
He was preceded in death by his parents, sister, Julie Mitchell & a brother, Tom Simpson.
Survivors: Jeremy Bruns (Aubrey Ellsworth), Elwood, Kansas
Nephews, Derek & Landes Mitchell
Great-nieces & nephews
There are no scheduled services.
Memorials: Rodney Bruns Memorial Fund c/o of Harman-Rohde Funeral Home in Wathena, Kansas.
Donna Sue Shepherd
It is with much love and sadness we announce Donna Sue Shepherd, our beloved mother, grandmother and sister went home to be with the Lord at the age of 78 on December 30, 2017. She was born in Mulberry to the late Harlan and Lillian Mae Gaines on May 23, 1939. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Billy Olen Shepherd, and two grandsons, Kregg Allen Moran, and Luke Harlan Shepherd.
After attending Mulberry High School, Donna and her husband moved to Kansas where they raised their three children. Throughout her life, she showed many skills by owning and operating several businesses, and through flipping homes. Since returning to Mulberry in 2009, Donna was very active with many improvement projects and acts of service to her community. She had a compassionate and fun loving heart, always looking out for others, and most recently, she served as a member of the Mulberry City Council. Her leadership and desire to make Mulberry a better place inspired many. Donna attended Vine Prairie Baptist Church.
Left to cherish her memory are her children, Todd Shepherd and wife Charlene of Cheney, KS, Kim Tharp and husband Charles of Springfield, MO, and Laura Golden and husband Jarod of Mayetta, KS; grandchildren, Jacki and Joseph Bergman, Kami and Brian Bohnstedt, Sage and Brieann Shepherd, Kourtney and Josh Pickel, Morgan and Brian Dewey, Karter Moran, and Preston Golden; and a great-grandchild, Mason Bohnstedt; and four sisters, Wilma Peevy, Wanda Bruce, Harlene Jackson, and Diana Morse, all of Mulberry.
Funeral service will be 2:00 p.m. Saturday, January 6, 2018 at the Vine Prairie Baptist Church in Mulberry, officiated by Brother Tom Smith with burial to follow at New Cemetery, under the direction of Edwards Van-Alma Funeral Home of Van Buren, AR.
Pallbearers will be Joseph Bergman, Brian Bohnstedt, Josh Pickel, Sage Shepherd, Brian Dewey, Karter Moran, and Preston Golden.
In honor of Donna’s community service and commitment to Mulberry, please consider memorials to the Mulberry Public Library at 220 North Main Street, Mulberry, AR 72947.
To place an online tribute, go to www.edwardsvan-alma.com.
Edwin Paul Weishaar, 83, of Nortonville, KS died on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018 at the Stormont-Vail Hospital, Topeka, KS.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 am on Monday, Jan. 8th, 2018 at St. Joseph Church, Nortonville, KS with Fr. Tom Aduri as Celebrant. Burial will follow in the Hart Cemetery. A parish and Knights of Columbus rosary will be recited at 6:30 pm on Sunday, Jan. 7th, 2018 at the St. Joseph Church with visitation to follow until 8:30 pm. The O’Trimble Chapel, Nortonville is handling the arrangements. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Hart Cemetery and may be sent in care of the funeral home. Condolences to the family may be left online at www.beckerdyer.com.
Edwin was born on Nov. 28, 1934 in Nortonville, KS the son of Henry and Regina (Orscheln) Weishaar. He attended St. Joseph Catholic Grade School and graduated from Nortonville High School in 1952. Mr. Weishaar farmed and worked as a molder for the former Rockwell International for over 41 years. He was a member of St. Joseph Church, Nortonville, the Knights of Columbus, the Eagles Lodge, Lawrence, and enjoyed coon hunting, fishing, farming, gardening and helped with the canning He especially enjoyed playing with his grandchildren and great grandchildren.
He was married to Nancy Stillman on June 15, 1956 in Bethel, KS. Mrs. Weishaar survives of the home. Additional survivors include three sons; Jack Weishaar, Atchison, KS, Tim (Sarah) Weishaar, and Toby (Linda) Weishaar, both of Meriden, KS., five sisters, Genevieve Drimmel, Atchison, Lavern (Edwin) Davis, Nortonville, Betty Jean (Jim) Franks, Topeka, KS, Judy (John) Wagner, Topeka, and Mary Ann (Warren) Hall, Topeka, seven grandchildren, and eleven great grandchildren. His parents, two brothers, Elvin and Vernon Weishaar, one sister, Eileen Weishaar, and one grandson, Matt Weishaar, preceded him in death.
Mary Winifred “Wini” McClellen
Mary Winifred ‘Wini’ McClellen, 90, of Manhattan, KS, formerly of Atchison, KS, passed away Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at Via-Christi Village in Manhattan.
Funeral Services will be 11:00 AM, Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Atchison, with Rev. Robert Ziegler, officiating. Burial will follow in the Oak Hill Cemetery, Atchison. Family will receive friends for one hour prior to the service at the church. Memorial contributions in lieu of flowers are suggested to the Arthritis Foundation or Trinity Lutheran Church Music program. Words of sympathy and remembrance may be left online at beckerdyer.com. The Becker Dyer Stanton Funeral Home, Atchison, is entrusted with her arrangements.
Mary Winifred Palmer was born on February 18, 1927 in St. Joseph, MO, the daughter of Edmund and Amanda (Bramhall) Palmer. Wini graduated from Atchison High School in 1945; she attended Pittsburg State University and received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Music from Baker University, Baldwin, KS; Wini received her Masters Degree in Music from Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS. Wini taught in the music department at Atchison County Community High School, Effingham, for thirty-three years and gave private lessons to numerous organ and piano students.
Wini held several professional memberships with many local and national music organizations including: ACTA (Atchison County Teachers Association); KNEA (Kansas National Education Association); NEA (National Educators Association); MENC (Music Educators National Conference) and KMEA (Kansas Music Educators Association); American Guild & Organists; ADK; SAI; MTNA (Music Teachers National Association); and American Hand Bell Ringer Director. Wini had also been a flute instructor for the Mount Conservatory of Music, Atchison; had served on the Liturgy Committee of Christ Episcopal Church, St. Joseph, MO; and served as the instrumental director at Trinity Lutheran Church, Atchison, where she directed four hand bell choirs, and played the organ for Sunday services for many years. Wini had also been a cellist for the St. Joseph Symphony and with the Benedictine Orchestra.
Wini and Arthur Easterday were married on October 13, 1946; they divorced in 1978. Wini then married James McClellen on September 23, 1978; James preceded Wini in death on August 16, 1998. Wini is also preceded by her parents; stepson, Michael McClellen; brother, Lewis Palmer; and a sister-in-law, Bettye Palmer.
Survivors include a son, Steve Easterday, Manhattan; daughter, Lynn (Easterday) Graham, Sykesville, MD; stepson, Ross McClellen; stepdaughter, Pamela Dorton; stepdaughter-in-law, Kathleen McClellen; three grandchildren; three great grandchildren; nephews, Rick, Mick, Curt, and Greg Palmer.
Robert Daniel “Bob” Corning
Robert Daniel “Bob” Corning, 76, of Effingham, KS passed away Thursday, January 04, 2018, surrounded by his family.
Memorial service will be 2:00 PM, Thursday, January 11, 2018, at the Becker-Dyer-Stanton Funeral Home, with Rev. Stephen Lucas officiating. Burial at Mt. Vernon Cemetery will be at a later date. The family will receive friends prior to the service from 1:00 to 2:00 PM at the funeral home. Memorials are suggested to American Heart Association and may be sent in care of the funeral home. Words of comfort to the family may be left at www.beckerdyer.com.
Bob was born December 5, 1941 in Atchison, KS the son of Lester and Marie (Sutlief) Corning. He worked for Rockwell as a Maintenance Mechanic, moving to San Diego he worked for the school district maintenance department and when he moved back to Atchison he worked for the City on the Mall maintenance. Bob enjoyed racing stock cars, bowling, shooting darts, hunting, fishing and his dogs.
Bob married Kathleen Ann Brower on October 22, 1992, she survives of the home. He is also survived by his children, Kim and David Blasi, Atchison, KS, Steven and Tammy Corning, Atchison, KS, Kate and Rick Jones, Atchison, KS, a step-children, Edward Besosa, Fort Bragg, CA, and Cindy and Timothy Herrod, Savannah, MO, a brother, Lester Gene Corning, Cusseta, GA, a sister, Darla Grove, San Diego, CA, seventeen grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, a granddaughter and a great grandson.
Russell “Eddie” E. Forbes
WATHENA,KS Russell (Eddie) Forbes, 89, of Wathena, Kansas died Wednesday, January 3, 2018.
Eddie was born on November 8, 1928 in Wathena, Kansas to Russell D. & Edith (Wilson) Forbes. Eddie attended school in Elwood, Kansas graduating in 1947. He later entered the U.S. Army and served in Korea where he received a Purple Heart being wounded in combat. After returning home Eddie farmed with his dad and began to raise watermelon. They would sell them along the highway in front of the house for many years. Eddie retired from farming in 1991.
He was a faithful member of the First Baptist Church, American Legion Post#161 and V.F.W. Post #5531 all of Wathena.
Eddie married Marion Fountain on December 20, 1958 in Elwood, Kansas. She preceded him in death on December 26, 2005. He was also preceded by his parents and a sister, Virginia Sheridan.
Survivors include; 2 sisters; Dixie Paden (Bill) of Wathena;
June Handley of St. Joseph, Missouri;
Brother, Phillip Forbes (Kay) of Dallas, Texas;
10 nieces and nephews.
Funeral: Saturday, January 6, 2018 – 10:30 A.M.
At: First Baptist Church in Wathena
Burial: Bellemont Cemetery in Wathena where there will be Full-Military Honors under the auspices of the Wathena American Legion Post#161
Visitation: family will receive friends Friday 6-8 pm at the Harman Rohde Funeral Home in Wathena where friends may call after 12 NOON Friday.
Memorials: either the First Baptist Church or the American Legion Post #161
Vernon J. “Joe or Gus” Gibbons
Vernon J. “Joe or Gus” Gibbons, 77, of Robinson, went to be with his Savior, Wednesday, January 3, 2018, at his home.
He was born November 22, 1941, near Robinson, the only child born to Clarence and Fern Glenn Gibbons. Gus grew up at Robinson where he attended school there, graduating with the class of 1960. He started his working career with the battery plant in Leavenworth until he was laid off. He began work at the Leavenworth A&P Store, he was promoted to assisted manager working at the Holton A&P. To satisfy a friend, he applied and was hired with the Michigan/Wisconsin Pipeline. They had a natural gas compressor station at Havensville where he worked until 1970, moving to Louisiana. In 1974, he then moved to Three Oaks, Michigan. He was transferred to Lamoni, IA in 1983 where he retired in 2000. The company changed names through the years and when he retired as superintendant after 33 years of service, it was known as El Paso Natural Gas.
Joe or Gus, as he was known to family and friends, was a dedicated family man, and most importantly, dedicated to his God. He was a member of the Nortonville Christian Church; Trinity Christian Church at Decatur, Iowa; was a member and elder of The Christian Center in Hiawatha. He was a volunteer fireman at Three Oaks, Michigan while living there. He enjoyed his hobby of woodworking, making keepsakes for each of the grandchildren. To say that he was a Star Trek buff, would be an understatement! He and his wife Janice, walked the Rose Hill Cemetery, Robinson, to assist them for mapping graves there. Joe was a very dedicated “Find A Grave” member on the internet, and helped many folks find forgotten family members graves.
He married Janice DuBois, June 18, 1961, in Nortonville, KS. In 2001, after remodeling his parent’s home, they retired to Robinson. She survives of the home.
Also surviving are his daughters: Debra Allen (Jerry) of Robinson, Danita Bourland of Hiawatha, and Deanna Beckmann (Kevin), also of Robinson; 7 grandchildren: John, Holly, Kami, Kristen, Eric, Martina & Tyler; and 7 great-grandchildren: Jaysen, Cayla, Zoey, Landon, Lane, Marc, and Aaron.
Joe was preceded in death by his parents; and a son Jeffery Gibbons in 2006.
A Celebration of Gus’s life is planned for 2 p.m. Saturday, January 6, at the Chapel Oaks Funeral Home in Hiawatha, with Pastor Tony French officiating. Interment will be at the Rose Hill Cemetery, Robinson.
Friends may call at Chapel Oaks Funeral Home in Hiawatha after 12 noon Friday, where the family will meet from 7 until 8:30 that evening.
Memorial contributions are suggested to the Rose Hill Cemetery, sent in care of funeral home, 124 S 7th St., Hiawatha 66434.
Mary Nelle Adkins
Mary Nelle Adkins 80, of Saint Joseph, Missouri, passed away Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at the Fairfax, Community Hospital. She was born April 11, 1937 in Holt County, MO, daughter of the late Ruth and Lee Shull. She graduated from Graham High School and the Missouri Methodist Nursing School. She worked at at the St. Joseph Hospital, and for Dr. Maginn’s office as a nurse. She enjoyed reading, flower gardening, going to the Mustangs games, spending time with her grandkids and great grandkids, going to their ball games, she also enjoyed taking vacations to Southern Missouri, the Omaha Zoo Trips, and going to the Casino White Cloud. She was a Presbyterian. Mary was preceded in death by her husband, John Adkins, her parents, step son and wife, Raymond (Fay) Woolsey, grandsons, Dylan Adkins, Sam Monroe, and Justin Monroe, granddaughters, Alexis Adkins, and Echo Kerns, and daughter-in-law Beverly Adkins. Survivors include, daughters, Marilynn (John) McEvoy, Mary Jane (Robert) Caples, of St. Joseph, Marsha (Ric) Dreher, Clinton County, Barbara (Dave) Cotton, Oregon, MO, son, James (Elizabeth) Adkins, St. Joseph, MO, step daughter, Juanita Clouse, St. Joseph, MO, step son, Dick Adkins, St. Joseph, MO, brother, LeRoy (Connie) Shull, Savannah, MO, sister, Letha Marie Mowry, Maryville, MO, grandchildren: Amanda (Mike) Brock, Navada McEvoy, Harvey Smith Jr., Correy (Teri) Adkins, Cody (Candy) Adkins, Erica Caples, Ariel (Mike) Stallsworth, Mollie (Justin) Gramer, Tim (Attia) Dreher, Samantha (Eric) Timothy, Austin Cotton, Nick Adkins, Beth (Bryan) Slusher, Jennifer and Heather Dreher, Steve Monroe, John Clouse, Rhonda Kerns, Vickie (Tony) Darby, Brenda Woolsey, Patsy Rodriquez, River Adkins, Kellie (Dewey) Coy, and Thomas Adkins, 52 great grandchildren, 22 great great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:00 pm, on Monday, January 8, 2018 at Rupp Funeral Home, with Pastor Scott Jensen officiating, The family will receive friends from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM on Monday at the Rupp Funeral Home. The Interment will be at the Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials are requested in lieu of flowers, to the St. Joseph Humane Society.
Judith “Judy” Rockey
Judith “Judy” Rockey, 83, of Atchison, KS died unexpectedly on Saturday, Jan. 6th, 2018 at the Lakeview Village East Side Terrace Rehabilitation Center, Lenexa, KS.
Memorial services will be held at 2:00 pm on Saturday, Jan. 13th, 2018 at the United Methodist Church, 501 Kansas Ave, Atchison, KS. The body has been cremated and burial of cremated remains will follow the service in the Sunset Memory Gardens, Atchison, KS. The family will receive friends from 12:00 noon until time of service at the United Methodist Church. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Community of Christ Church or the Atchison Humane Society and may be sent in care of the Becker Dyer Stanton Funeral Home who is handling the arrangements. Condolences to the family may be left online at www.beckerdyer.com.
Judy was born on Nov. 28th, 1934 in Bendena, KS the daughter of Horace D. and Edna (Dittemore) Williams. She graduated from Troy High School in 1953. She earned an Associate’s degree from Cottey College, Nevada, MO and went on to earn her Bachelor of Science degree from University Kansas in Education. Judy began her teaching career in a one room school house in Moray, KS. She then was a beloved first grade teacher for 41 years for USD# 409 at Central Elementary School. She retired in 1997. She touched many lives in a positive way and left a legacy of educational impact.
Judy was an active member of the Community of Christ Church, was a member of the Retired Teachers Association, was a 56 year member of the FT Chapter of PEO, Atchison, a member of the Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority for 50 years, a member of a Red Hat Society, and sang for many years with the Sweet Adeline’s. She loved her time acting in plays and shows in Theatre Atchison and was a member of the Encore Radio Players. She enjoyed being a Docent for the Amelia Earhart home, she was on the Election Board, loved her swimming at the YMCA, she was Friends of the Atchison Library and Member of the National Education Association for 41 years. Judy loved to read and always had a book in her hands when relaxing. Trips to the lake with friends and family were a highlight for many years. Although she never actually water skied, she was known for some good sunbathing time. Judy loved watching old movies, KU basketball, KC Royals and Chiefs, and especially spending time with her grandchildren who are following her footsteps by attending KU like their dear grandma.
She was married to Rudolph “Rudy” Rockey on June 7th, 1959 in Fanning, KS. Rudy preceded her in death on Oct. 5, 2015. Survivors include a daughter, Lynn (Brian) Finn, Olathe, KS, a brother, Earl (Sharon) Williams, Blue Springs, MO, a sister-in-law, Evelyn Williams, San Antonio, TX, two grandchildren, Conor and Reagan Finn, and many nieces and nephews she dearly loved. Her parents, husband Rudy, and one brother, Lafe Williams, preceded her in death.
Judy will be missed by many because she was loved by many.