Woody Funeral Home Huguenot Chapel

1020 Huguenot Road, Midlothian, VA


Judith Ann Renaldo

May 29, 1953August 31, 2019

Judith Ann Renaldo was born on May 29, 1953 and passed away on August 31, 2019.


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Judith Ann Renaldo

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Sandy Skormisley

September 17, 2019

Judy and l were traveling buddies. We went together
to Italy (two times) with many friends, and two times to Myrtle Beach. Flea markets, garage and yard sales------a Saturday must. A Church picnic, spaghetti dinners, Fall Festivals, Christmas bazaars, friends meeting at my home to feast on goodies and decorate the Christmas tree allowed Judy
to meet new friends. She was a pleasure to all. The time at Myrtle when l restyled her hair, added blush to her already lovely skin, a little light lipstick, she saw how pretty she looked. Oh, could she make a mean carrot cake. BEST ever. When we traveled, we always said the rosary at the end of our day . I will miss her terribly. Life dealt her harsh blow. She will be my angel in heaven. Rest in peace little lady. ................Sandy Skormisley

Maylisa Yofan

September 13, 2019

My cousin Judy Ann shines from within. When I see Judy, I see her Dad, my Uncle Joe. His smile and greeting "Hey, Sissy" is a snap shot memory. His absolute endearing expression always made me feel so loved. Like father, like daughter.
Judy and I were drawn to reminiscing often in our telephone chats. Most likely, our conversations had us both shedding tears. What a terrific feeling of acceptance and closeness one experiences when one can cry unabashedly with another. The wordless sob says "I know from where you come and I am there as well."
Holding her mother in her arms as she was dying, after being her mom's closest companion and caregiver for life, is the route I would have taken had I a chance to live my life again. Difference is you would have heard me complain now and then. My cousin however, never, ever breathed an utterance of complaint while sharing her life with her mom, my Aunt Rose.
In His House, there are many mansions. Surely, when my earthly life shall end, St. Peter will lead me to my mansion. And soon enough, I will hear Judy call out excitedly "Up here, Maylisa! Look up!"
And that is where I'll find her, up there in the reserved seat section looking down on the rest of us.

Melanie Dooley

September 12, 2019

My dear cousin Judy spent her career as a pediatric nurse at Fairmont Regional Medical Center in Fairmont, WV.
She was devoted to her mother Rose, who was widowed for many years. She was a loyal parishioner of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Fairmont. Among the highlights of her life were the two trips she took to Italy, the birthplace of her grandparents.
She enjoyed being with family and friends, shopping, and caring for her home. She was kind and generous to all.
She was loved by her cousins Melanie, Maylisa, Dan, Randy, and Becky; and by her sister-in-law Sandi.
She will be missed.