OBITUARY

Judith M. (Kueber) Lee

October 28, 1941March 28, 2019

Judith M. (Kueber) Lee, 77, of Newburgh, IN passed away on March 28, 2019. She was born on October 28, 1941 in Evansville, IN to the late Melvin and Edna Moody.

Judith was a liaison for the Blind Association. She worked as a nurse for many years, and was an avid reader and enjoyed audio books. Judith was a devout Christian and had a strong faith.

She was preceded in death by her parents; son, Keith Kueber; and grandson, Aaron Kueber.

Judith is survived by sons; Stacy Kueber (Cinda) and Kevin Kueber (Debbie), Rick Kueber, and daughter Cindy Bittner; 7 grandchildren, Michelle, Wes, Jamie, Jessie, Dusty, Robbie, Daniel and 5 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m. on Monday, April 1, 2019 at Alexander Memorial Park Chapel of Remembrance. Friends may visit from 11:00 a.m. until service time at the cemetery chapel.

Services

  • Visitation at Alexander Memorial Park Chapel of Remembrance Monday, April 1, 2019
  • Funeral Service at Alexander Memorial Park Chapel of Remembrance Monday, April 1, 2019
REMEMBERING

Judith M. (Kueber) Lee

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Barb Fiedler

April 1, 2019

My mother was Judy’s roommate for a year at Newburgh Healthcare before passing in 2014. . Judy was a wonderful blessing to my mother as well as my sister and I. She was kind and thoughtful and she made our mother laugh. You see, our mom had Alzheimer’s and could not tell us about her day. However Judy could. Judy was so sweet to her and to us. I loved hearing about her life before and after losing her sight. She was quite a lady! As it turned out our mom was buried right next to Judy’s son Keith at Sunset cemetery. I believe God gives us these small reminders of his presence.
—Condolences from Betty’s daughters.

Lois Armitage

March 30, 2019

What a joy to know Judy these past three years. I visited every Tuesday and Thursday with her and her roommate. We would share stories, Sing praises to the Lord, I would read scripture and we would pray.
It was always a sweet time-
Her laugh, her smile, and her beautiful silver braid are etched in my mind.
And we would pray for our families, that our children would come to follow and honor the Lord Jesus, as He is the One thing in this world and the next that matters!
Pleased to get to meet Rick this past year and help Judy talk with her Karen and Louisa by phone.

She will be missed by all, but especially by her friend Polly!
It’s hard to imagine Judy’s joy, though, after so many years of being unable to walk or see- to wake seeing and looking into the face of the Lord she loves so much!

May God grant grace and peace to her family and friends. May Jesus Christ be praised in it all!!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY