Myers Funeral Home


Judy A. Pulver

December 1, 1942May 28, 2021
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Judith A. Pulver, 78 of Roanoke passed away on Friday, May 28, 2021 at Heritage Pointe of Huntington. Judy was a 1961 graduate of Roanoke High School. She was a member of the Seminary United Methodist Church. Prior to having children, Judy worked as a dental assistant. Judy enjoyed collecting antiques, working in the garden and life on the farm. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and aunt.

Judy was born on December 1, 1942 in Fort Wayne. The daughter of the late Paul and Mary (Chaney) Schenkel.

She was united in marriage to Jim Pulver on November 20, 1965 in Roanoke. Her husband survives.

Additional survivors include two sons: Jud (Sharon) Pulver of Roanoke, and Bart Pulver of Roanoke; two sisters: Sally Schenkel (Al Looze) of Boyne City Michigan, and Sandy (Richard) Hoffman of Broomfield Colorado; and two grandchildren: Luke Pulver and Hank Pulver.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday June 2, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Myers Funeral Home Huntington Chapel, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, Indiana. We will be following the CDC’s and Indiana’s guidelines.

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday June 3, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at the Myers Funeral Home Huntington Chapel, 2901 Guilford St. Huntington IN 46750

A private Interment will take place at Glenwood Cemetery in Roanoke.

Memorial donations can be made out to Seminary United Methodist Church in care of Myers Funeral Home, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, IN 46750.


  • Jim Pulver, Husband
  • Jud and Sharon Pulver, Son and Daughter-in-law
  • Bart Pulver, Son
  • Sally and Al Looze Schenkel, Sister and Partner
  • Sandy and Richard Hoffman, Sister and Brother-in-law
  • Luke Pulver, Grandson
  • Hank Pulver, Grandson
  • Paul and Mary (Chaney) Schenkel, Parents (deceased)

  • Seminary United Methodist Church



  • Visitation

    Wednesday, June 2, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, June 3, 2021


  • Private Interment


Judy A. Pulver

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John Hitzemann

June 13, 2021

Cheryl and I would like to offer our deepest sympathies for Judy's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family.

Deborah Kaufman

June 8, 2021

So very sorry for your loss!!! I always loved Judy... she was so full of life

Susan Federspiel

June 3, 2021

Judy has been a friend and neighbor for almost 50 years. We used to take the horses and camp at Brown County for many years. We had quite a few hair raising, laugh till you cry moments down there. One day we took our new car,what was I thinking, to a lawn and garden place that was closing. We loaded it up with as many cement statuary pieces as we could fit in. Fun day, didn't even ruin the upholstery! Loved her laugh and enthusiasm about life. Beautiful gardens and great cook. Miss you Judy.

Ty Hoffman

June 2, 2021

My Aunt Judy was a very special person in my life. Growing up in Wheaton, Illinois, I cherished the summers when I could go spend time on the farm.

Aunt Judy taught me how to drive at age 11 in the farm truck (much to my parents dismay 🤣). My first solo road trip after getting my license at 16 was down to the farm to spend time w Uncle Jim and Aunt Judy.

She spoiled me with paintball guns and go-carts, mopeds and bottomless chili dogs after a day of work on the farm chasing my Uncle Jim around.

She gave me my "country side" that allowed me to land the country girl of my dreams, Dixie, and my only wish is that she could have met my son, Danny Nash.

She will be dearly missed but my endless memories of my time with her will live on forever.


Kipp Hoffman

June 2, 2021

Regardless of why we were in Roanoke the best memories I have were pulling into the farm to see Aunt Judy and Uncle Jim. I still remember Aunt Judy waiting in the entry way to greet us.

The drive up the driveway was the longest part of the drive from Chicago because I knew we were so close.

I remember cooking pasta in the kitchen with her even as a little kid or her taking me down to get bear claws at the donut shop. Hunting Easter eggs around the farm or checking out the cats living in the shed. There are more amazing memories on the farm and beyond with Aunt Judy then I can even list.

I love you Aunt Judy and will forever miss you. Thank you for being such an amazing person in my life.

RhondaBauer Kattau

June 1, 2021

The entire Pulver Family has always been dear to my heart. Neighbors, friends, work colleagues, the list grows deep. Judy may you rest now and enjoy your heavenly reward.

Bill & Pat Horoho

June 1, 2021

Jim, Bart and Jud
We are sorry to hear about Judy. We enjoyed the many ballgames at Roanoke and sharing anniversary dinners with Jim and Judy. Thoughts and prayers to the family, Judy will be missed.
“Bowie &Pat”

Don Zent

June 1, 2021

Heartfelt condolences to Jim, the Pulver and Schenkel families for their loss.
What fond memories we have of our neighbor and friend from Roanoke .
Our sincere thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Angie Tyner

June 1, 2021

Great memories of a great woman and a great family ❤️ She came to see me at the elevator a few years ago to get fish food . I remember all of time we all spent at the Roanoke Park watching Bart andJud and my brothers playing baseball ❤️

Jill Jamison

June 1, 2021

Judy you will always be 1.0
Thank you to you and Jim for always opening up your home to all of us kids for so many precious memories.
We will always cherish our conversations we had with you as you were so fun to talk to.
You really cared about people and what they had going on in their lives.
We love you so much!
Jim, Bart, Jud, Sharon, Luke and Hank are so very dear to so many of us and we will continue to love them up.
God speed Judy! Until we can take a golf cart ride in heaven together.