OBITUARY

Judith Denker

May 29, 1939April 2, 2021

Preceded in death by husband, Clem Denker.

Survived by children: Cindy Denker; Jack (Chris) Denker; Wendy Parriott; Pam (Cliff) Arfman; Lee (Julie) Denker. Grandchildren: Nolan Denker; Jaelyn (Beau) Witte; Maddison Parriott; Mason Parriott; Morgan Parriott; Alex (Josh) O'Donoghue; Dane Arfman; Aryn Arfman; Sadie Denker; Sam Denker, Sophie Denker. Five great-grandchildren. Companion: Lyle Kitrell. Sisters: Jill (George) Pratt and Joan (Richard) Rankin.

Memorials to: Denker Memorial Scholarship Fund at the Papillion LaVista Schools Foundation or St. Paul's United Methodist Church.

Services

21 April

Visitation With Family prior to service

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

St Paul's United Methodist Church


Papillion

21 April

Memorial Celebration

2:30 pm

St Paul's United Mehtodist Church


Papillion

Memories

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Kathy Hartmann

April 7, 2021

It was such a privilege to have met Judy and her beautiful family. She was blessed to have had such loving children by her side caring for her at home in her final days. It was a true honor to have been her nurse during this tender time. You all are in my thoughts and prayers in the weeks and months ahead. She was a special woman and is finally at peace. Blessings and sincere condolences on your loss.

Mary Addy

April 7, 2021

I'm so sorry to hear about Aunt Judy. When I think of her I think of her laugh, she laughed a lot and I always loved that about her! Condolences to the family!

Carol Fitzgerald

April 6, 2021

I know Judy thru family relations and I always admired how sweet and kind she was to everyone. Always a smile on her face. Always full of spunk, my kind of people. I send love and prayers to the family and know they will enjoy so many great memories of Judy.

Doug Kuhlman

April 5, 2021

Hello Denker Family, I am so sorry to hear about your mom passing away. While knowing Wendy from St Paul's Methodist Church I really got to know your mom from 1987-1992 when I worked with her as a bartender at Farmer Browns. Your mom was lovely and even hosted my going away party in July of 1992 when I moved to Kansas City where I still live. She was a great lady and kind to everyone that walked in. She was so proud of her new home at Hawaiian Village and I can sure see why. Very fond memories of her and so sorry for your loss.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY