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Marjorie Judy Ina English

February 11, 1946December 31, 2020
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It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Marjorie Judy Ina English (Langor) in Halifax Nova Scotia on 31 December 2020. Born in Clarenville, Newfoundland on 11 February 1946 to John and Margaret Langor.

Judy is survived by her mother Margaret Butler (Pretty - Langor) step-father Martin Butler, her brother Johnny (Janice) Langor, her four children Bill (Patty) English, Marty (Jacque) English, Nichele (Don) English and Kim (Jermain) Sherman, 12 grandchildren Billy, Chris, Jeremy (Kat), Patrick (Vanessa), Meghan (Patrick), Stephanie, Nick (Kyle), Ori, Justin, Ashley, Riley, Abby and 1 great grand-daughter Kayden.

Judy was known for her passion for gardening and enjoyed planting her garden in the spring. She loved being surrounded by family and friends, whether it was sitting on the deck on a sunny day visiting or traveling to Midland, Ontario with all of her children and grandchildren. She was so kind and generous and will be greatly missed.

A Memorial Service will be held on January 9, 2021 at 2:00pm at JA Snow Funeral Home, 339 Lacewood Drive, Halifax Nova Scotia. The services will also be live streamed to accommodate family and friends that are not in the area via: https://funeraweb.tv/en/diffusions/22120/wait

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    Saturday, January 9, 2021

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Rachel Sampson

January 9, 2021

Judy was a great person and will be missed so much. Her and her family were a big part of my life, they always did so much for everyone. They are the sweetest people I know, and I’ll never forget my trip to California with her family. My heart goes out to the rest of her friends and family and we all miss you more than you could ever know and you changed many peoples lives.

Colleen Forrest

January 9, 2021

We're saddened by the loss of a dear and wonderful person, my cousin Judy. She loved the outdoors , gardening and flowers very much. Judy always had a welcoming smile for anyone that came by. There never seemed to be a time when she would give in to her illness and remained optimistic. Judy will be sadly missed and live on in our hearts forever, Aunt Joyce Easton and Cousin Colleen Easton Forrest.

Beverley English

January 7, 2021

I was lucky enough to have had Judy as part of my family as well as one of the best friends that I have ever had in my life. Before we were separated by distance we spent many hours together, I was with Judy far more than I was at home. When I think of Judy the picture that comes to my mind is her with that perpetual smile along with the sound of her wonderful and frequent laughter. I am glad that I had the opportunity to be back to talking on the phone for the last while and I will miss those chats. The world has lost one of the nicest most loving people and she will be missed by a great many of us. Love you Jude

Shirley Craig

January 4, 2021

Judy was the first friend outside of family that I made after coming to Midland. She became my best friend while she lived in Midland. We shared many fun times and some sad ones as well. Unfortunately, over the years we lost contact which I will always regret.
I wish to express my sympathy to Billy, Marty, Michelle , Nicole and their families on the loss of their Mom and grandmother. I hope that remembering what a wonderful person she was and the good times you all had will bring you all comfort.
Shirley

Ori English

January 3, 2021

When grandma would come to California and visit us she would always want to go to her favorite place for brunch. She loved her Cheesecake Factory brûlée french toast. ❤️

Stephanie Giangrande

January 3, 2021

Don’t know if I should be proud or nervous, but Grandma loved gambling with me. Something about my constant cheering and excitement even made losing fun. Penny slots had nothing on us. ❤️

Stephanie Giangrande

January 3, 2021

4 generations ❤️ (Little distorted) but this was a good time

Stephanie Giangrande

January 3, 2021

Rib fest ❤️

Stephanie Giangrande

January 3, 2021

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Stephanie Giangrande

January 3, 2021

America’s Got Talent, or maybe they don’t but we had a lot of fun watching anyways.

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