Advantage Funeral & Cremation Service-South Chapel

7720 South Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK


Judith E. Pierce

February 16, 1947January 28, 2020

Judith Elaine Pierce was born to a loving family on February 16, 1947 and passed away surrounded by loved ones January 28, 2020. She is blessed to have two mothers Doris Robinson and Alice Sudik and her adopted father Robert Sudik. She shared her journey with one brother David Robinson all of whom proceeded her in death and her two closest cousins Paul and Larry Dines. God Graced her life with two Prince Charmings Ronald Lee Pierce and Dale Richard Cobble.

She greatly loves all her children including two biological daughters Ronda Bryant and Angie Pierce. She has too many children that she claims in her heart to list and she says that they know who they are. The light of her life is her three grandchildren Shawn Bryant, Cheri’ Cowan, and Shyann Bryant. Nothing gives her the warm fuzzies like her great grandchildren Shawn Bryant II, Saveer Bryant, and Arrow Cowan. She has a great granddaughter in law Tiffany Bryant that she loves for adding the Great to her Grandma title. She would like to acknowledge the great, great grandchildren she is swaddling now that are not yet born and she has love in her heart for them too. Nothing makes her prouder than her niece Dianne Robinson, the one and only.

Judy (mom) believes that the measure of a person is not based on achievements, but by the way you love and treat others. She loves large and that is the super hero mantle that she passes on. Although she worked at Tinker for 35 years, where she met her best friend in life, Terry Jenkins and won countless awards and received numerous promotions, her loved ones are why she gets up every morning.

She volunteered at Positive Tomorrows, a school for the homeless children. No child is ever truly homeless that crosses her threshold. She and her family would like to thank everyone that reads this for the beautiful color you add to the tapestry of her life. Her story wouldn’t be complete without you. Mom wants to ask when you remember her to honor her memory by taking out the trash, doing the dishes, vacuuming and dusting the top shelf. The family would like to say thank you mom for the best times and that we know it will take big feet to fill your shoes. Love ya mom.

If anyone would like to say goodbye a private viewing will be held at Advantage funeral home located at 7720 S. Pennsylvania Avenue Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73159 from noon to eight o’clock on Monday February 3, 2020. Funeral services will take place Tuesday February 4, 2020 at Friendship Chapel located at 2934 SW 16th Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73108 at 2 PM. Judy’s final resting place will be next to her mother in the Czechoslovakian National Cemetery on SW 44th and S. Villa Ave in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73119.

PS Don’t forget to clean under your bed.


  • Visitation Monday, February 3, 2020
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, February 4, 2020


Judith E. Pierce

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Tina Kimble

February 3, 2020

Dear cousin Judy,
I’m so glad I got to spend some good times with you. I’ve missed Alice and Bob over the years since they passed, but I’m grateful you get to hug them now. You will truly be missed and I know your whole family will press on in your memory. You instilled hard-working ethics in your kids and I know they are passing that on to their kids and grandkids. I love you all to the moon and back.

Alicia Jarvis

February 3, 2020

Love you gmo!! You were and still are a true inspiration and show of selflessness. You treated me as if I was your granddaughter, and I will miss you dearly!
Thank you for all the wisdom and love that you shared with so many of us! Rest easy in heaven, you deserve your peace!!

Lisa Millican

February 3, 2020

Judy you were an absolutely awesome lady. I love you like my Mother. Your set free and no longer will suffer 💙 You will be missed more than you'll ever know.

Sherri Sharp

February 2, 2020

You were like a second mom to me!! Dedicating your life to your children, and so many others!!! RIP short, incredibly sweet lady. See you soon!!

Bruce Brooke

February 1, 2020

First of all, I'm so sorry to hear of Judy's passing. Judy is a long time friend of mine who I dearly care for! I started my career with Judy at Tinker in 1985 and came to know and value Judy as a co-worker and friend. we worked directly together for 7 years, but our friendship has lasted a lifetime. Judy, you will be missed however it is comforting to know you are at peace and with our Lord Jesus right now! To Judy's family and friends, Teresa & I pray for you and wish you the very best during this difficult time. I'm also so very sorry that I cannot be at Judy's service but please know my thoughts will be with all of you!

With Love and Prayers;
Bruce Brooke
Former Tinker ATOS Co-Worker and Friend