25 November , 1967 – 29 May , 2019
Judy Gabriel was born on 25 November , 1967 and passed away on 29 May , 2019.
- Family will be remembering privately
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3 July 2019
I was reading the newspaper last night and came across the obituary section and was shocked to see a dear person who has always been in my heart despite our friendship drifting which was sad. Judy was a wonderful person indeed, she was always caring, always willing to lend a hand when needed, and always willing to listen when someone was going through any tough times. I use to be a former neighbor of Judy's, and we often would go thrift store shopping at least once a week, as that girl loved the thrift stores, just as much as I did, and I always cherish that memory of her and I doing that. I wish peace for her family at this time while they grieve the loss of a very special person. I will always cherish myself the good friend Judy was to me too. God Bless.
29 June 2019
Our sincerest sympathies to the family and close friends of Judy. We just found out about her passing, and we are deeply saddened. We can't believe that she is gone, we are still so shocked and heart-broken at this news.
Judy lit up the room with her beautiful smile, infectious and pretty laugh and her generous caring and thoughtful ways. We knew her for many, many years. She was a terrific conversationalist, always concerned with how everyone else was doing. We loved being around her and a visit with her made us all smile for hours afterwards.
She always brought our family winter coats, every year, without fail. A purse and wallet she gave us years ago, are still used and adored to this day.
One Christmas, Judy was at my house and presented me with the most beautiful necklace that she had made herself. A present for me, a frazzled-mom, who normally is forgotten in the general scheme of life. It is so classy, so exquisite, just like how Judy was, and I will treasure it always.
Our family will never forget her, or her lovely little dog, Tippy, whom she proudly brought to see us many times. She loved that dog so much!
We are devastated that we can't just pick up the phone and hear her voice again. My last recent conversation with her, ended with her taking my hand and her saying, "God Bless," after my news of me being severely ill. She had tears in her eyes for me and her sincerity shone through so clearly, so genuine.
We also wish we had known how to help her with what she was going through. We would have gone through fire for her, we are wracked with guilt and shattering sadness.
We are very sorry for her passing, extremely sorry.
She was loved, we told her that often, and we will never forget her.
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