OBITUARY

Judith Darlene Kutsmeda

February 20, 1954January 6, 2021

Judy went home to be with our Lord. Judy succumbed to contracting Covid-19 and pneumonia. Her heart just could not overcome the Virus.

Judy is survived by her husband Larry Kutsmeda, Son William Freeman II ( Candida), Grandchildren Abreal, Aiden, Addison, Aezlinn and Rome, Brother William Hunter (Steve), Sisters Deborah Hull (Terry), Sallee Warren (Troy) and Several Nieces and Nephew.

Judy is Predeceased by her Son Troy Freeman, Daughter Stacy Freeman, Parents William and Shirley Hunter, Sister Pamela McIntosh, Mother-in-law Kathyrn Kutsmeda and Sister-in-law Barbara.

Judy was a Loving Wife, Mother, Nana, Daughter, Sister and Aunt. Judy worked for Sav-on Drugs (CVS)for many years until she retired. Her passion was her family and her animals. She loved to draw and color and was very artistic. Judy loved with all she had and it brings comfort that she is with those that she loves .

In lieu of flowers, the family ask that you make a donation to St Judes Children’s hospital or any animal rescue organization.

Services

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

Memories

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William Hunter

January 10, 2021

My dear Big Sister when Mom passed you stepped right into her role. Spending time with you was always a judgement free zone. You always brought out the best in me. All of the best times in my life included you. Every time we were together there were always laughs to be had. Whether it was bees in the car, or breaking a hammock laughter ensued. I remember the day this pic was taken at Flintstone Park in Arizona. And I asked you to pose with Fred's phone and you picked it up and said "now thats a boner". We laughed and then you realized what you had said. Give Mom a hug for me and Stacey and Troy. You will forever be in my heart. My sweet Angel.

Sallee Warren

January 10, 2021

Judy you were my Big Little sis.I have so many memories with you. My favorite is the Christmas when you were at my house and you were asking everyone if they seen Troy’s football helmet that was signed by Joe Pesci. I laughed so hard because it was signed by Dan Marino. You were the most loving and most forgiving person I know. You took Mom’s place when she passed. I know because I kept telling you, you’re not my Mom. I am so thankful that God gave me you as my Big little sister. Hug the family for me and visit me often.

I Love you
Your Little big sis❤️

Deborah Hull

January 9, 2021

Judy was a loving sister to her siblings, while her parents work. She was our mentor our substitute mother, father, and friend. She was a good listener when we needed someone shoulder to cry on. She loved with her whole being. She will be missed. God has always asked would we die for his children. And Judy was living proof of that quote, by lovely and fighting for his children. Till we meet again sis. Fly fly fly....

Heather Hoch

January 9, 2021

Aunt Ju Ju Bee there hasn’t been nor will be anyone as kind, as compassionate, as loving as you. You made everyone feel as if your home was their home. You believed in me when I didn’t know what the heck I was doing or who I was. The memories I have been reliving have been the best of my life. From home videos to magical memories, most all of them contained you. You are the magic, you are the glue, you are my heart and my soul. I love you and I know you will forever be with me. Rest easy my sweet beautiful auntie.

Nancy Hurtado

January 7, 2021

Judy was an angel from heaven she was a real good girl a good mom a good wife and most of all a good cousin and I love her dearly and I’m going to miss her a lot and I’ll always be thinking over we used to do a lot of things as kids we used to go on her dad’s backyard and pick vegetables and she used to live with us and we all had ribs at the table one night we had ribs all over her face she’s just a wonderful person and I’m sorry she’s gone

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY