OBITUARY

Judith Linda Schulman

September 20, 1942April 2, 2021

Beloved wife of Barry M. Schulman; dear mother to David Pocost, Mark Schulman, and Vicki Schulman Cleveland and mother-in-law to Chris Cleveland; dear sister-in-law of Allan & Marilyn Kaufman; dear grandmother of Olivia Pocost, Suzanne Pocost, Jacob Schulman, Matthew Schulman, and Connor Cleveland; dear sister of Barry Goldberg and Marlene Bake; dear aunt, cousin, and friend to many.

Private graveside service at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery on Wednesday, April 7 at 10:45 AM. Please see below for Live Stream details.

Memorial contributions preferred to the American Cancer Society.

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Sandra Siegel

April 17, 2021

I live in New Jersey and have not seen Judy in years. I kept track of her with her brother, Barry, time to time. So sorry for her loss to her family. She will be missed by her whole family.

Carol Segal

April 15, 2021

Carol Segal, Cousin
I live in Los Angeles and am a first cousin to Judy, Each tine I visited St. Louis, we both always made it important to get together as I felt close to the family before I moved away. It has been a long time since I have been to St. Louis, but I am very close to Barry, who lives in California. and I keep up with the St. Louis cousins through him. Judy and I always remembered each other on our birthdays which were both in Sept. I will miss her even though we have lived far apart for many years. My thoughts go out to her immediate family.

marlene bake

April 14, 2021

Judy’s personality was bubbly and vivacious; she was always energetic, highly-spirited, and outgoing her entire life even when she experienced a most grueling ordeal. Also, she was a do-gooder who put others’ needs before hers. For example, she fulfilled her promise to Brother Barry in California sending him three dog coupons; they were short-dated and knew his dogs loved those treats. Judy executed “johnnie on the spot;” Barry received those coupons the following Tuesday. She love to deliver to others.
Plus, Judy was a true humanitarian. She’d end our telephone conversations with “take-care,” “be good to yourself,” “don’t forget to apply your sunscreen.” Amazing that she was so unselfish, kind-hearted and generous she was even though she should’ve been attentive to her own needs.
Most importantly, Judy embraced ALL her co-workers; she accepted and loved them all notwithstanding their race, religion, or ethnicity. That’s why she was selected as Group Coordinator/Supervisor of her staff members.
Finally, Judy left us all a useful legacy on how to act and treat others. Without realizing it, she was an amazing mentor to “look on the sunny/bright side of life;” given her prognosis, Judy demonstrated strength, mental toughness, faith, optimism, and hope throughout the numerous “speed bumps” she encountered. No wonder the nursing staff admired their “model patient.” My big sis, Judy, taught me a most valuable lesson in behavior not mentioned in any textbook. Likewise, Judy showed us all how to accept, bear life’s bumpy road.
Sincerely,
Margie (Marlene) Judy’s “Little Sis”

Barry Goldberg

April 9, 2021

Judy was my older sister. She had a great personality and was always easy and fun to converse with. You could not meet a friendlier person in the world than her. The world needs many more like her. She will be missed for sure by anyone who knew her. R.I.P. sister.

Jacques L'Heureux

April 8, 2021

I have only known Judy for a short time but it was long enough to discover how nice and fun a person she was. Her enthusiasm was contagious and she always had nice things to say about everyone. She will be missed.
My condolences to Barry, David, Mark and Vicki and members of your families.

Phyllis Siegel Gardner

April 8, 2021

I have known Judy since 1980 when she started playing racquetball in the Spaulding Racquetball league that I was in charge of. She was always a pleasure and fun loving player in our group. Glad she stayed with the game so long. Sorry for your loss I know she will be greatly missed. Phyllis Siegel Gardner

Elizabeth & Andy Baer

April 7, 2021

Judy brought so much love to our many family gatherings and was such a joy to be around. She had a heart of solid gold, and a perpetually positive spirit -- and always asking "how can I help? What can I do?". One year, during our Thanksgiving gathering, we somehow ran out of dish soap and couldn't wash the dishes! And the next year, Judy showed up with her famous crab dip, and a big bottle of Dawn, just in case! She will be so missed.
Rest in peace, Judy ...

Barbara Kopperman Becker

April 7, 2021

So very sorry to read that Judy passed away. Judy and I played racketball together for many years. She was always with a smile. I would see her around giving out samples. I saw her in September of 2019 at Barry’s class reunion - we talked about our racquetball days.

Patty Hilleman

April 6, 2021

I met Judy in 2012 when we worked together for Event Marketing performing demo's in Schnucks stores. Soon we were meeting for dinners with the husbands on Saturdays after working all day. Judy always had a good outlook on things and was very kind to me and I will miss her. My sympathies to Barry and the entire family.

Patty Cox

April 6, 2021

Judy helped me get a demo job,at my favorite Schnucks! Lindbergh #180.

She made me laugh! Always had a smile on her face!

I’m so very sorry for your loss.

Patty Cox

FROM THE FAMILY