In Memoriam : Judith Webb
Brenda Gwaltney - September 22, 2019 Contact this person
Shannon and family--I was so sorry to learn of your mother's death. I remember her as a very warm, friendly person. When I taught at Ewing School, I had a great deal of respect for her and so appreciated her friendly smile. I understand some of what you're feeling now, because my own mother died very unexpectedly of a brain aneurysm a number of years ago. I pray that God will help you, as He helped me and my family, adjust to the huge shock such a sudden death causes. May He fill the void you feel with wonderful memories of special times you spent together and with the words of those whose lives she influenced. Over time, may you also come to recognize that her sudden death also has an element of blessing to it--that she didn't have a lingering illness that caused much suffering. My prayers will be with you all as you adjust. Sincerely, Brenda (Seibert) Gwaltney
Mary Ann Eskew - October 1, 2019 Contact this person
I am so fortunate that I got to spend time with Judy when I was in Benton in June. We had a great time catching up and remembering the times we spent together growing up. We also made plans to get together again. I will see her on the other side.