OBITUARY

Mrs. Judy Carol Girard

July 28, 1950March 27, 2018

Judy C. Girard was born July 28, 1950 in Dallas, Texas and passed suddenly on March 27, 2018 in Lancaster California. She was proceeded in death by her parents Frank and Angie Janeway, her brother in law's Raymond Boudreau, Edward Girard, Jimmy Harris and her in law's Henry and Clara Girard and her son in law Patrick Wilson Sr. and her sister’n’law, Phyllis Girard. She was survived by her loving husband of 45 years Jim Girard, her son's James (Trish) Girard of Coshocton, Ohio Jason Girard (Mike Jones) of Lancaster, California daughter Linda Wilson of Coshocton, Ohio. Also survived by her loving grandchildren: Robyn (Kyle) Moore, Tiffany (Kory) Smith, Patrick Wilson Jr.and his finance (Courtney) Bladen Johnson, Wesley Abbott, Zoey Girard, Mikayla Girard. Great Grandchildren; Christopher Moore, Colt Moore, Alexis Moore, Candy Smith, Francesca Smith, Sophia, Brier Wilson, Emmett Wilson and many nieces and nephews. She is also survived by sisters Elizabeth Harris, Linda (Raymond) Smith, Lynn Boudreau, also she was survived by her brothers Ronald (Paula) Janeway, Mick (Lee) Janeway. She was also loved by her brother'n'laws Ronald Girard (Judy), Richard Girard, Robert Girard (Wanda), Gary Girard and sister'n'law Diane Baldwin (Mike). Judy loved spending time with her family, shopping and watching TV. Some of her favorite shows were Little House on the Prairie, The Walton's, and Cops. She was always kind and watching out for other people, no matter what was happening. She also loved to joke about how many adopted kids who were very close friends of hers. Judy loved her pets especially Sweetie who is a cute little Chihuahua her son Jason found for her. Her heart was made of gold and she was a member of the VFW Post 7283 and was an active member of Boulevard Community Church. Judy also loved gardening she loved growing roses in her front yard also she loved to water the yard. Judy was proud and loved to be an American and loved the American bird the bald eagle as well as all of our veterans. Her pastor nicknamed her the security guard of the church property. Her husband Jim was her best friend. They met at a school in Palmdale and got married January 27, 1973. When Judy was asked before she passed away where are you going? She knew she was going to a wonderful place and was happy to see her family once again.

At the families request flowers or cards to be sent to 416 East Kildare Street, Lancaster ,California 93535. If you have any questions feel free to call her son Jason at 661-417-9918.

Services will be held on April 14, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at 603 East Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, California at Boulevard Community Church. The repass will be held at the above address and will continue at the home of Judy.

Services

  • Memorial Services Saturday, April 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mrs. Judy Carol Girard

have a memory or condolence to add?

ADD A MEMORY
Jason Girard

December 12, 2018

Jose and Anna Matus

April 3, 2018

In the few months we got to know you, it was almost as if we knew you forever.
Forever is not over yet as everyone continues your legacy.
Boomer and my family will miss you.

Until we meet again
Matus family

Charlene B

April 3, 2018

Moms you’ll be miss very and I know you are next to each and everyone of us. I miss your love story’s with pops. And you told me so much about your kids and family. Your heart is a true believer of Love. I remember when you tell me Daughter would you like a smoke even thou I don’t smoke I did just for you to relax n have good company and the stories. Lol. I love you mom and will miss you very much. Oh and thank for visit me and caressing my head the other day. I know you at peace moms.

Michael Jones

April 3, 2018

Mom,

You are loved by all and will be missed by many. I'm gonna miss seeing your eyes light up when you are asked if you want a glass of chocolate milk or some donuts.

Jason Girard

April 3, 2018

Mom I will really miss you you are my best friend and I will cherish the time we had together I will never ever forget you now go and talk to ma and Papa and all our love ones

FROM THE FAMILY