Kilgroe Funeral Home

2219 - 2Nd Ave North, Pell City, AL


Judith Lipsey Lupo

November 26, 1939August 31, 2019

Judith Lipsey Lupo was born on November 26, 1939 and passed away on August 31, 2019.


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Judith Lipsey Lupo

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Elizabeth Dixon Geyer

September 15, 2019

Our family were so sorry to hear of Judy's passing. Our prayers are with you .
Judy was a warm and caring person - we're so grateful to have known her.

Nathan & Belinda Nease

September 7, 2019

Dick, we are so sad to hear the news of Judy’s home going. God bless you with many happy memories. We always enjoyed our visits for the short time we knew each other at Ventura Lofts. Now that we are in Waco we had planned to get together one day. We would still love to meet you here and meet your children.

pamela collins

September 6, 2019

Judy was a very special friend. Her love and friendship will be forever in my heart. I know that when she took her last breath on earth, she took her first breath in Heaven. I Love You, Pam and Denny Collins

Shirley Craig

September 5, 2019

So very sorry to hear of Judy's passing. She was a lovely person who continued to be thoughtful and considerate of others throughout her many challenges. I will miss phone calls with her; and our PH Support Group will miss her presence at our meetings.

My condolences to Dick and her family.

Shirley Craig

Barbie Hughes

September 3, 2019

Prayers being lifted to the family for their loss of wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and sister. Thank you for the legacy you left in your sons and their families, Judith. Barbie Hughes

Jay Slaughter

September 2, 2019

Mrs. Lupo was a second mother to me growing up. I will forever remember her warmth, grace, kindness and Taco Joe. I am truly saddened by her loss. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

Thomas Hill

September 2, 2019

Judy and Dick were among the first to apply and be accepted to go through Steven Ministry training at Memorial Drive UMC. They were faithful and loyal partners in Bible studies and many other ministries at the church they loved. Judy’s death is an occasion for grieving and remembering a life well lived. Rest dear friend, rest in the arms of the Lord you loved and served so well. At the sound of the final trumpet we will hope to meet you again in the New Kingdom!