Judith Anne Harrison

September 3, 1939May 2, 2021

Judith Anne (Hart, Boyer) Harrison, 81, passed away peacefully on May 2nd 2021. “Aunt Judy” was the matriarch of a large and loving family and she lived to attend every party and event surrounded by her numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. She graduated from community college at the age of 40 with a degree in recreational leadership and used her talents to plan activities and crafts for seniors. She loved hot air balloons and even took her husband Henry for a ride in one! She overcame devastating injuries from a car accident in 1972 and her strength of spirit has been an inspiration to many. Judy is survived by her children Christine (David) Maj, John (Laura Askins) Boyer, Wendy (Dewayne) Anglin, stepdaughter Christine (Christopher) Lee, and nephew Allen Haberman; her grandchildren Timothy (Jessica) Maj, Jonathan (Jennifer) Maj, Brittany (Jamil) White, Nathan (Victoria) Boyer, Derrick Anglin, Kethrie (Cody) Dyrdahl and Jason Lee; and her great-grandchildren Cash and Jolene Boyer. She was predeceased by her husbands Glenn M. Boyer, and Henry W. Harrison and by her Brothers Micheal Hart and David Hart. As one of 8 children, Judy was also survived by her siblings Jerome Hart, Peter Hart, Mary Beth (John) Hicks, Edmund (Lorraine) Hart and Janette Hart.

A family celebration of life will be scheduled in the near future. The family wishes to thank Authoracare Hospice in Greensboro and caregivers Deja and Donna for loving care and support in her final days. Donations can be made to the American Diabetes Association @


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Patt Defendorf

May 5, 2021

Judy was my husband Ray’s cousin. She was a loving and caring person who was able to overcome many obstacles in her life with Grace.
The last time I saw Judy she and Henry drove to see Ray perform in a community theatre production in Corning! What a delightful time we had.
May she Rest In Peace,


Rita Shah

May 5, 2021

Will always remember how she would smile when I would do the bird calls.Also how she wondered how those Snapchat filters came from.Always will remember her smiling face .A very cheerful lady.May her soul rest in peace.