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Judith Lee McGrew

July 30, 1943March 9, 2018
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McGrew, Judith (Judy) Lee, of Valrico, passed away on March 9, 2018. She is survived by her loving husband, Bob McGrew of Valrico, FL,; daughter, Kelly Mitchell of Los Angeles, CA; step son, Joe McGrew of Riverview, FL; and brother, Randy Craig of London, O ntario Canada. Donations can be made to the American Cancer Society. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

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Jane Masse

March 19, 2018

I met Judy through my friend Kathy when we all lived in London Ontario
We were young and spent time together just hanging out
Judy moved on to Florida and made a new life there so our friendship was interrupted for a few years
When Kathy moved to Florida we all got together again
It was an easy friendship as Judy was non judgemental and ever generous.
I spent time in her home and met her wonderful husband Bob
My children and I remember Kelly from the London days
Me and my family send warm regards and condolences to Bob and Kelly
Rest in peace my friend until we meet again


Deborah McCoy

March 13, 2018

I have known and loved Judy since I was a child. Yes, she was my mother's best friend, but I always counted Judy as an auntie, a mother, a babysitter and as I grew into an adult, I considered Judy a beloved friend.

I remember Judy and my mother taking off on vacations together, going over to her house to play with her daughter, Kelly. I remember Judy's mother, Betty and having Christmas with her Family. From a small age, whenever Judy would call, I would say to Judy with my best Carey Grant impression, "Judy, Judy, Judy." Then I would call out to my mother. "Mom!!!! It's Judy, Judy, Judy!

I have so many memories of Judy, that this space will never cover it. I will say, I am deeply saddened that Judy is gone. It triggers something deeper than loss for me, it reminds me of all the love that was Judy. All the love that she was as a friend, a wife, a loving mother, and a cherished and valued friend. I loved Judy. I will always love Judy. And I will carry her love in my heart, always.

Until we meet again, I will miss you Judy, Judy, Judy. I love you. Debbie XOXO

Deborah McCoy

March 13, 2018

I have known and loved Judy since I was a child. Yes, she was my mother's best friend, but I always counted Judy as an auntie, a mother, a babysitter and as I grew into an adult, I considered Judy a beloved friend.

I remember Judy and my mother taking off on vacations together, going over to her house to play with her daughter, Kelly. I remember Judy's mother, Betty and having Christmas with her Family. From a small age, whenever Judy would call, I would say to Judy with my best Carey Grant impression, "Judy, Judy, Judy." Then I would call out to my mother. "Mom!!!! It's Judy, Judy, Judy!

I have so many memories of Judy, that this space will never cover it. I will say, I am deeply saddened that Judy is gone. It triggers something deeper than loss for me, it reminds me of all the love that was Judy. All the love that she was as a friend, a wife, a loving mother, and a cherished and valued friend. I loved Judy. I will always love Judy. And I will carry her love in my heart, always.

Until we meet again, I will miss you Judy, Judy, Judy. I love you. Debbie XOXO

Kathleen Gavin

March 12, 2018

My Dear soulmate Judy, far too many memories so I will pick the one when we first met. We both applied for the same job as receptionist switchboard operator in 1966 in London, Ontario. We both got the job, you on the day shift and me on the evening shift. You were training me and we hit it off that very moment.
The salesmen were bringing us in drinks on the first day of training. I said to you "I think I am going like this job, as we giggled together, and the rest is just history. Sleep well my dearest friend we will meet on the other side. Your mother is waiting with her arms open and saying " Well Look Who Came Today". I will miss you terribly Judy and always thinking of you.

Kathy