Judy Kornfein

March 20, 1949March 27, 2012

Judy Kornfein was born on March 20, 1949 and passed away on March 27, 2012 in Mission Hills, CA.


Judy Kornfein

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Randy and Joanne Kornfein

September 6, 2012

It came so suddenly. I will miss you and all the wonderful childhood memories we shared. We live in a much different world today compared to what we were brought up in. Someday we will all be together again. In the meantime, if you see your mom and dad, give them our love. Randy and Joanne.

Maryanne White

April 18, 2012

I will remember Judy as a soft spoken, gentle lady, who opened the door for me to some wonderful employment opportunities through her agency in Los Angeles. I am stunned by her sudden departure from this realm, and hope she has found serenity and contentment in the next. The only hope we can cling to . . . .

Joan Gold

April 14, 2012

I didn't know you Judy although we chatted once many years ago. My prayers and thoughts are with you today and I know that the other world will offer only good things for you. Rest in have arrived too soon and will be missed...Joan Gold

Brad Grunberg

April 14, 2012

Judy, was my landlord for 61/2 years. She
was not just my landlord she was my friend. Judy, was quite a character, we shared a lot of laughs together.I will never forget her huge heart.You left us way too soon. Love you "Homie"

Maryanne Coury

April 13, 2012

My sweet Judy, my friend of so many years. I am still in shock that you are not with us anymore...and that you left so fast. My heart cannot keep up with what happened. I am so glad that I got to talk to you before you left and I will always "hear" our conversation in my head. I so remember all the Saturdays we went garage sale-ing in Beverly Hills and how many we had ourselves...What hard work we used to say! I will always remember how sweet and kind you were to me...but to others. You always had something "good" to say about anyone we talked about. You were never gave people the doubt..all the time. That was such a beautiful thing about being around you. I remember how you so loved your dogs and how much they meant to you. You were such a good "dog mommy". I also remember all the dinners and visits we made together to your father's when he was alive...and how we enjoyed those visits. I will always remember our friendship, Judy-- I will never forget you. And, as I write this, I am in tears...3 weeks later . You meant so much to me...but to so many other people. You were a beautiful person...with a beautiful soul.
Rest in Peace, my friend. With affection always,

Gail Faucher

April 12, 2012

My dear, dear friend, Judy, I will miss you so. You were my first friend when I moved to Los Angeles in 1963 from Canada. We were like sisters, always, all thoughout these many years. So much fun and so many wonderful memories that I will cherish always. Even though we have been miles apart ,our telephone calls will hold a special place in my heart. So, today, dearest friend, you are laid to rest, and I feel such sorrow. You will remain in my heart always. My deepest sympathy goes to your brother, Gary and his family. Goodbye, for now. Gail Faucher Cowichan Bay, BC, Canada

Marianne Bouchard

April 12, 2012

This is so difficult, not sure where to begin.
Just seeing Judy's name
on this page seems unbelievable.
This loss is so painful and overwhelming.

Judy and I met in 1976, when she got me my first great job.
We then became close friends.
Judy, Gail Faucher and I would go
everywhere together.
We all loved taking long
drives to Solvang and San Diego.
Loved walking around Westwood
Village and Beverly Hills.
Driving around looking at the
beautiful homes up in Bel-Air
and the Hollywood Hills.

But most of all, Judy loved her
doggies. Always had to be home
on time to take good care of them. Would never leave them for too long. No matter what, the dogs came first.

After I moved away, Judy would
be the first person to call me,
as soon as I arrived in L.A.,
every summer. For almost thirty
years she would always say
"so when are you moving back?"

Every part of L.A. will remind me of Judy. Everytime I see a small white dog, or hear Hall and Oates or
a Paul Anka song, I will think of
my dear friend.

You will forever be in my heart.

Rest in peace.

My deepest sympathy to her loving brother Gary and his family.