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Judy Ann Sykes

May 19, 1964June 8, 2018

Judy Ann Sykes was born on May 19, 1964 and passed away on June 8, 2018

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Larry Price

June 16, 2018

So sorry to hear about Judy. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Mark and Luke in their time of loss. May God be with you all.

Watson Birdrow

June 13, 2018

Judy was my cousin. We spent many holiday's together at my Aunt Helen, and Uncle Chris's house. When she went to work for the FBI, we lost touch for 25 years. It was only in Feb., of this year, that we were reunited on Facebook. For the last three months, we talked three or four times a week. Judy was very concerned about her, "North Star," her mother. Then, the Monday after Mother's Day, my Aunt Helen passed away. Judy was devastated, as was I. I talked to her on Thursday, and she was upbeat in our conversation. We had plans to visit in-person over the summer. I was so looking forward to seeing you after all these years. Judy, I a grateful God answered my prayers and reunited us, even if it was just online. I will never forget you, and will always love you. Your cousin, Watson

Lisa Compton

June 13, 2018

Judy was such a warm, loving woman! My son, Taylor, was best buddies with Luke when they were younger. Whenever Luke came for a playdate, Judy arrived armed with flowers, cupcakes, and other goodies for us. She raised an incredible son and will always be fondly remembered by our family.

Jason Olivier

June 12, 2018

Judy and I hung out in high school, and became fast friends. Her smile, her laugh, her ebullient personality was a beacon for all of us. She and I would sing the old song "Me and my shadow, strolling down the avenue..." so I called her my shadow. And she loved it! We would catch us every now and then and I knew her voice in an instant. Hey shadow, I would say. She would laugh that infectious laugh! I am so bitterly sad I will never hear her laugh again. I love you Shadow and I hope you are finally at peace.

Elaine Scrobe

June 12, 2018

Judy was such a Godsend when
my sister got Leukemia...she bought her some nice pajamas and fluffy slippers with a beautiful robe to wear while she was in the hospital! We could not have asked for a nicer show of support. Judy was always there for anyone who needed her and I will always remember her smile and that contagious laugh! She was always playing pranks and telling jokes - one day she called the switchboard and asked them to page Phil McCracken....hilarious. Judy you will be sorely missed by all those whose lives you have touched. May you rest in peace.