Judy K. Masters

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Judy Richards Masters went to Our Lord at 11:58 AM on September 27, 2019. Judy left too soon and those of us who love her can feel the void where once she stood.

 She goes to meet up with her mother, father, brother, David and her sister, Delynn.

 She is survived by her sisters: Von, Jo, and Tawana and brothers: Curtis, Mick and Chuck, her two children, Keith and Brandi and six grandchildren as well as her numerous nieces and nephews.

 Judy was a tiny lady but she was also a fighter from the very beginning! She was the 6th child to Charlie and Imo Richards, born when Imo was only 6 months along in a Doctor’s office in Arkansas. It has been said that she was tiny enough to fit in a shoe box and that a dresser drawer served as her crib.

 Judy had the responsibilities of motherhood long before she was old enough to be a mother. Her sister, Tawana became her first baby and that was a bond that would continue until the day Judy was called by the Lord. Judy loved babies! There wasn’t a baby she didn’t love, however, the delight of her world were her grand babies. They were her pride and joys. She has three grandsons and three granddaughters. The little ones would gather around her and she would sing to them. She liked to sing the old songs like ‘Delta Dawn’ and ‘Hello Darlin’.

 Judy was a loving and caring person. In fact, she was so caring that her family and friends would have to remind her to care for herself. She loved the color lavender and going to Pow-wows when she was in better health.

 Judy touched so many lives with love and hope. She left this world very loved but she will most be missed by her children, Brandi and Keith. Judy loved them so much that she was willing to give to them everything and anything she had.

 Goodbye Judy… May you sleep in peace. When you wake in heaven, delight in your walk with the Lord through the garden.

Memorial services will be at 6:00 p.m. Thursday, October 3, 2019 at Fraker Funeral Home, Inc., 1131 State Hwy. A, Marshfield.


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