Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home

31 Arch Street, Greenwich, CT


Judith Servidio-Reilly

10 October, 19445 February, 2020

Judith Servidio-Reilly

Oct 10, 1944 – Feb 5, 2020, age 75, a lifetime resident of Greenwich, CT, passed away at Greenwich Hospital. She is survived by her husband Patrick Reilly. Judith was predeceased by her sister Sandra Sandreuter and she is survived by her brother Jack Armstrong, sister Sharon Mann, and brother Bryant Armstrong. She is also survived by her children, Joseph (Dawn) Servidio and Heather (Mike) Natale. She will forever be proud of her four grandchildren, Jamie DiBiccari, Alexander Servidio, Jesse and Jack Natale, as well as, many nieces and nephews and her rescue dogs Bonnie and Lilly.

Friends may visit with the family at Leo P. Gallagher funeral home and a funeral mass will be held at St. Mary Church located in Greenwich, CT. Check the LeoPGallagherGreenwich.com website for days and times. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital or ASPCA.


  • Calling Hours Saturday, 8 February , 2020
  • Funeral Mass Monday, 10 February , 2020
  • Interment Monday, 10 February , 2020


Judith Servidio-Reilly

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Kevin & Cheri Kohloff

February 11, 2020

Heather, Joey, Sharon, Bryant, Jack & Family,
Kevin & I are so sorry to hear of Judy’s passing! We have so many fond memories of her. She will be forever in our hearts!
Our love & prayers to you all,
Kevin & Cheri Kohloff

David Hays

February 9, 2020

Our condolences to Alex and the entire Servidio family for the passing of his grandmother, Judith Servidio. Troop 10, Cos Cob, Ct.

Michael & Esther Reis

February 9, 2020

We are very sad to hear about Judy's passing. We loved her spirit, her laughter and have fond memories working & socializing together. She will definitely be missed by all who knew her.

Kathy Hirsch

February 9, 2020

Dear Sharon , Jack and family,

I was shocked and saddened by your loss no words can express the deep loss you all must be feeling. My deepest sympathy and love to all. Until we meet again. Love Kathy

Melissa Sandreuter

February 7, 2020

Aunt Judys house was always a house of family, laughter and love. She was such a warm loving person who was loved by many people. Rest In Peace . ❤️

Anne Sandreuter

February 7, 2020

I’m so very saddened to hear of the passing of Aunt Judy. She was a wonderful woman and I have many fond memories of her. I will always remember the Christmases spent at her house, especially when my children were little. Her smile is what I’ll always see when I think of her. May her soul rest in eternal peace. ♥️

Tracy Deck

February 7, 2020

I am shocked and so saddened that such a bright light has left this earth.
The thing I remember most about Judy is her laugh, perhaps because that's all we did when we were together. My heart goes out to her family. May you find peace and strength through love.

Eileen Liberty

February 7, 2020

Dear Sharon and family,I didn’t see Judy all the time but when I did always a big smile!One the memories that comes to mind is seeing Judy and a bunch of friends at Laddins Terrace dancing like crazy,such fun.So sad to be even writing this,but we’ll meet again and we’ll be dancing on clouds 💋

Jason Mann

February 7, 2020

I can't thank you enough Aunt Judy for all the wonderful memories you have left me with. I will always cherish the days when I was a kid and you invited us over to swim at your house. I will always cherish the times you came to visit us in Indiana. I valued our many talks where I was so stressed out over work and you would always give me the best advice a person could ask for. I am so grateful to have had you as an Aunt but also a dear friend and a Mentor in life. My heart is broken but I hope you are at peace. Till we see each other on the other end Aunt Judy . Love J