OBITUARIO

Judith Louise Stark

1 octubre , 194824 julio , 2021
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Judith Louise Stark, 72, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Saturday, July 24, 2021. Judy was born in Buffalo, New York on October 1, 1948 to Sheldon Walter Stark and Louise Rooks Stark. She made her first trek to the South as a child, where she experienced the Georgia Red Clay, bare feet, farm animals, and thick, Southern accents. Later, Judy’s mother moved the family to Birmingham, Alabama where Judy and her brother Vic spent their childhood. She attended Shades Valley High School before enrolling in the University of Alabama, where she earned a degree in Secretarial Science. Judy had a long, successful career as an administrative secretary, event coordinator, and volunteer coordinator. Anyone who knew Judy would describe her as always exuding positivity and fun. She played many roles in life: sharp, analytical businesswoman; caregiver to many she met through her hospice work, and including her own mother; thrill seeker and traveler; devoted wife; fabulous party planner; and a rambunctious and fervent Bama fan (Roll Tide!). Judy fostered and rejuvenated friendships so they would last throughout the years. She was an exuberant follower of Jesus Christ. The most important thing in her life was her faith, which sustained her in all things and the duration of the health crisis that took her life. Judy’s favorite things were her rooster collection, crafts – including her beautiful wreaths she would make for every season and occasion as well as mailbox covers and flags. She loved decorating her house and yard. Judy was a jewelry maker, loved books on tape, and ordering from Amazon. The highlight of her life was meeting her half-sister Lynda at their father’s funeral ten years ago. Lynda’s family welcomed Judy with open arms, and they all became impermeable friends. Although technically “step-mother”, Barbara Stark loved Judy as one of her three daughters, and Judy called her “Mom”. Judy never forgot a birthday or Mother’s Day, and showered Barbara with presents designed to make her elder years more comfortable. Judy was preceded in death by her parents, Sheldon Walter Stark and Louise Rooks Stark; brother, Victor Stark; and her beloved Aunt Mary. She is survived by her half-sister, Lynda Ruth Stark, Lynda’s husband, Rob Collier, and their children, Cameron Andrew Collier, Jeremy Brett Collier, and Audrey Elise Collier, nephew, Victor Stark, his wife Amy, and their children Nicholas Stark and Victor Stark; great-nieces, Olivia and Catherine Stark; great-nephews, Matthew and Ian Stark; sister-in-law, Sally Stark; cousins Carl Rooks and Sheryl Rooks, close friend, Teresa Evans; many other close friends and loved ones; and her kitty, Sweetie Pie. A Celebration of Judy’s Life will be held on Sunday, August 1, 2021 at 2 p.m. in the Youth Shack of Dayspring Baptist Church, with a reception following at Judy and Teresa’s house: 7410 Meadow Wood Drive, Mobile, Alabama 36619. Judy requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Dayspring Baptist Church.

Servicios

  • Celebration of Life

    domingo, 1 agosto , 2021

  • Reception

    domingo, 1 agosto , 2021

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Margaret Payne

27 julio , 2021

Judy was such a fun person to be around. She always made me laugh and always had an upbeat outlook on things. I was so excited for her when her roommate came to live with her. She was so happy and excited. I love you, Judy! Till we meet again, my friend!

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