Johnson Funeral Home

218 Highway 106 West, Georgiana, AL


Judy O'Connor

October 9, 1945January 9, 2020

Judy O'Connnor, 74, a resident of Greenville, AL passed away Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020. A Memorial Service will be announced at a later date. Judy retired from Civil Service work with AAFES in September 2000. Judy was preceded in death by her parents, James Napoleon and Edna Matthews O'Connor and sister, Edna Gayle Peters. Survivors include: Brother: Jim O'Conner, Austin, TX; Niece: Lisa (Dan) Rawlings; Nephew: James (Dorinda) O'Conner; Great Niece and Nephews: Lindsay Sanders, Josh O'Conner, and James O'Conner. Online condolences can be made at www.johnsongeorgiana.com.


  • Jim O'Conner, Brother
  • Lisa (Dan) Rawlings, Niece
  • James O'Conner, Nephew
  • Lindsay Sanders, Great Niece
  • Josh O'Conner, Great Nephew
  • James O'Conner, Great Nephew
  • Judy was preceded in death by her parents, James Napoleon and Edna Matthews O'Connor, and sister, Edna Gayle Peters.


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Anita Rice

January 15, 2020

Judy had a heart of gold and was always willing to pray or help anyone . She was a devoted Christian who loved her Lord. We were neighbors from approx 1972 until mom completed her journey to everlasting eternity.(4/5yrs) They were more like family than neighbors. I regret that I haven't seen Judy since mom passed,I wish I had been more vigilant even though I lived in Montgomery. She will be missed but never forgotten, for ever in my heart. Heaven just got another angel,spread your wings and fly high,you earned them. She is where she knew she wanted to be when her time was finished on earth. No more loneliness ,sadness,sickness, tears or pain. Made whole again. I love you Judy, I'll keep you in my heart with all my treasures, and I will see you on the other side.😇♥️🙏❤💒❤

Christine jordan

January 12, 2020

So sorry to hear of Judy's passing. We talked on the phone often to share our concerns about neighborhood issues on south park. We had become close friends as our parents became ill. We visited and tried to support each other. We kept in touch in the years following our parents passing. I will miss her sweet voice and caring heart.