RIP Judy, we will miss you in the Villages. You were so much fun to be with. I always admired how creative you were developing those great parody songs you entertained us with. We will never forget you.
My condolences to the whole family, especially Pam and Mark who I had the pleasure of being with. Kathie Ingenito
So many great memories! The first time she came riding up to my mom and dad’s motor home on her bike with those fabulous sticky buns! All the great crafts I learned to do with her and my mom. Lots of Thanksgiving dinners, again food seems to be a major theme with her and my family. It always seemed like her and my mom were always planning the next great cocktail,dinner,Birthday party. She “got” my families twisted sense of humor and we understood hers.
We will miss her and her friendship!
All my love
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Above in video, Judy rehearses with “the Accidentals” (left to right–Carol, Dee, Liz, Josie and of course Judy out front)
Mary Beth Steven
Thank you for this little video gem Carol. I can’t seem to get my fill. I’ve watched it over and over. I miss my mom terribly. I’m so glad she was able to pursue music and entertainment the way she did. It gave her the opportunity to meet great people like yourself!
I always cherished all the songs Judy wrote, especially “Mammogram”!! They always made me chuckle!! I also enjoyed all the big band and war songs she sang with Pam. She was a joy to be around!!
Judy was in my life for all too short of season. I love the picture you chose because I see her mischievous, impish grin that says let’s go have some fun!. She never chided or criticized, but taught in a kindly, instructive way. She was highly creative and wrote parady songs that made us chuckle and laugh at life and ourselves. We had so much fun and pleasure rehersing for “The Accidentals” in her studio. I always looked forward to rehearsals and the fun we girls had getting our shows together. I learned so much from her professionally. She knew how to make people feel good about themselves and bring out the best of our talents and she was never fearful about sharing what she knew with us. I am so blessed to have known her. “I love you Judy and I am so glad you are no longer in pain”.
My deepest condolences to Judy’s family. I met Judy here in The Villages and want to tell you that she is one tough old broad whom I dearly love. I have met Pam and Mark at karaoke and they will surely understand my feelings! I will so miss her great songs and her warped-like-mine sense of humor and, well, just Judy in general.
To Judy’s family and all her friends..
We will miss Judy very very much. She brought smile after smile to everyone with her talent and wit.
I am glad I had the priviledge of working with her in shows and also her being a good friends.
Miss you Judy and love you,
To Judy’s friends and family from the Villages, Lady Lake, Fla ..the cast and creative team want to send our love and prayers to Judy’s family and friends. We missed her and the 4 Accidentals in our recent show. We made many Villagers happy with our songs and I know that Judy would have had a big part in that. We know she is making beautiful music in Heaven.
Carol Greenfield, Director of Motown Magic