Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home

4747 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, LA


Judith Beloso Villa

October 2, 1947October 28, 2019

Judy Beloso Villa (formerly Meyers) was born October 2, 1947 in Iloilo City, Philippines to Mr. Carlos H. Beloso and Mrs. Luisa Gemora Beloso. She moved to the United States to study nursing at Charity School of Nursing in New Orleans, Louisiana where she met and married her first husband and father to her three sons. She became a naturalized United State citizen and lived the majority of her life in Metairie, Louisiana. She departed from this life on October 28, 2019. She was 72 years old and blessed with a loving family. Throughout her life, she was an active member of the Asian and Catholic communities and non-profit organizations like Asian Pacific American Society (APAS) where she served as President. Most of all, Judy was a supportive wife to two husbands, loving mother to five children, and actively involved grandmother to five grandchildren. She lived to cook wonderful meals which placed a smile on her face when others tasted her delicious home cooked creations. Judy never met a stranger and opened her home to others in need. She always strived to make friends and family feel welcome and comfortable in her home. She loved entertaining others, and hosted elaborate parties, celebrations, and gatherings for her children, grandchildren, organizations, and friends. Her home cooked meals and welcoming smile will be deeply missed.

She is survived by her husband of 19 years, Albert Villa Sr.; her son Richard James Meyers, wife Cindy Joseph Meyers, and their two daughters, Lacy and Lexy; her son Michael Lawrence Meyers III, wife Sally Erath Meyers, and their two dogs, Yamie and Moose; her son Jean Paul Meyers, wife Terri Bui Meyers, and their two children, Caleb and Danielle; her step-daughter Laurie Villa Schaub, husband David Schaub, and their daughter Skylar; her only brother Juan “JoJo” Beloso and wife Stella Montes Beloso; and her former husband Michael Lawrence Meyers Jr. (Donna). She also is survived by her close cousins, nieces, nephews, and many great friends. Mrs. Judy Villa was preceded in death by her parents, Mr. Carlos “Charlie” Beloso and Mrs. Luisa “Wawa” Gemora Beloso, and her step-son Albert “Joey” Villa, Jr.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home, 4747 Veterans Memorial Blvd, Metairie, LA. Visitation will be held from 11AM-1PM, with a Memorial Mass to begin at 1PM.


23 November

Memorial Visitation

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home

4747 Veterans Memorial Boulevard
Metairie, LA

23 November

Memorial Mass

1:00 pm

Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home

4747 Veterans Memorial Boulevard
Metairie, LA


Judith Beloso Villa

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Shannon Haynes

November 19, 2019

I first met Ms.Judy whe I worked with her daughter Laurie. That was 17years ago and a blessed they they became family! Ms.Judy never made a person feel unwelcome or unloved. She took my grandson is as her own even demanding she keep him on my late days lol .LOVE is the one word to describe this beautiful woman. Is had a caring and serving heart. Now as we say good bye I know her family along with myself can take comfort in knowing she was welcomed with the words we all long to hear His lord said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant; you were faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.’ Matthew 25:21
Loved always never forgot

Rey Maghanoy

November 18, 2019


Here's a small collection in our Facebook wall of how Sis Judy had been with us through our prayer meetings and gatherings. Her heart emanates with love and support.
The memory of her spirit of giving will always live with us.
A Dieu, Sis Judy!

Melody Cura Almarez Bedwell

November 9, 2019

Missing you so much po my dear Loving Tita Judy!

Rey maghanoy

November 4, 2019

Herminia Urcia

November 2, 2019

Dear sis Judy,

You have always been generous with your 3Ts, Time, Talent and Treasure whether it's for your family, your brothers and sisters in Christ, several Filipino-American associations and so many others who have been lucky enough to know you.

Our CFC-FFL Louisiana, now Missionary for Christ Louisiana community, misses you so dearly. Your house was our home for so many prayer meetings and life celebration.

You were not just a sister in Christ, but also a mother or grandmother to a lot of people you've met.

You've got a special place in Jessie's and my heart.

We will keep on praying for you and I am so happy to imagine your face-to-face meeting with Our Lord...

Yours in Christ,


Melody Bedwell

November 2, 2019

My dearest Tita Judy,

I am jealous that you left me and I still have to fight everyday. Now, you will no longer suffer and will rejoice in the presence of the Lord! You will no longer be in pain and will no longer commit sin. I am blessed that I got the chance of having you in my life since 2006. Your Inaanak will not see you while he’s growing up but I’m sure that you will be in our hearts till eternity. Thank you for giving me the best birthday party last year. I didn’t know it would be the last one. I will treasure you eternally. I love you! Hugs!

You said you wanted this picture to be put up on your coffin when you pass away because you looked so happy and healthy. I will remember you this way. Thank you for everything. I will not be sad but rejoice for I know that you are with our Loving Creator! Missing you already!

Jessica Melendez-Bayuga

November 2, 2019

Thank you Tita Judy for everything you’ve done for the Asian/Filipino Community.
You and Albert were always there when you were needed, and always so kind and giving of your love and time.
Rest In Peace now...love you.