Judith "Fleckie" Katherine Fleck

November 13, 1946October 10, 2021

Judy, 74, died peacefully at her Georgia home on October 10th after a courageous battle with cancer. Judy was born November 13, 1946, to Leo H. Honebrink and Dorothy M. Huellemeier in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Judy was preceded in death by her parents and is survived by her husband of 52 years, Lee Alan Fleck, and their three daughters: Kimberly (David) Seijo, Tamara (C. Douglas) Fenstermacher and Jodi (Adam) Priebe, as well as grandchildren Nicolas, Zacary, Dougie, Lexi and Amalie. Judy is also survived by three brothers, Leo Honebrink, Richard Honebrink and David Honebrink as well as several cousins, aunts, nieces and nephews.

After High School, Judy joined the FBI where her love for public safety personnel began and developed into thirty years of volunteering with the Alpharetta and Roswell Police departments where she became affectionately known as “Fleckie”.

Besides spending time with her family and friends, Judy enjoyed line dancing, water aerobics and family reunion gatherings. Judy was a member of Johnson Ferry Baptist Church. Her legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of everyone she interacted with.

Family and friends are invited to attend a gathering on October 21, 2021 from 10:00-11:30am at the Roswell Funeral Home at 950 Mansell Road, Roswell, GA 30076. A Celebration of Life will follow at 12:00pm at the funeral home. The family encourages everyone attending the gathering and the service to please wear masks.

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In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Alpharetta Police Department Shop with a Cop program. Donations can be made directly through the Alpharetta Public Safety Foundation at, or mailed to Alpharetta Public Safety Foundation, P.O. Box 933, Alpharetta, GA 30009. Please note Shop with a Cop in the memo.


21 October


10:00 am - 11:30 am

Roswell Funeral Home

950 Mansell Road
Roswell, GA 30076

21 October

Celebration of Life

12:00 pm

Roswell Funeral Home

950 Mansell Road
Roswell, GA 30076


Judith "Fleckie" Katherine Fleck

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October 18, 2021

Judy was truly a bright light that shone forth greatly in her country that she loved with all her heart along with her LORD. Judy was a great asset to the FBI. Judy was a wonderful wife that loved her husband with all of her heart and missed him greatly when he overseas working for our country.
Judy loved her children and adored her grandchildren. She could not wait to see them or go to family reunions.
Judy had a heart for the Roswell and Alpharetta police departments and was very pro ride with a cop - so the public could see what is actually going on in our cities. Many many times, Judy contacted the different community restaurants, so they could donate a meal for the police departments so they could have a special event in their honor that she had arranged. Judy would often pray for and with the Roswell and Alpharetta police officers when they were going through a tough time personally or at work.
When Judy was diagnosed with vestibular disorder's, she jumped right into the support groups and cheered each and every patient on. Judy would volunteer her time to enable the success of each group she was in - whether it be swimming, line dancing, vestibular meetings, HOA meetings, activities with her family, etc.
Judy and Lee were very involved in their community - Martin's Landing and the schools in the area. Judy and Lee were very involved in all the city council meetings - making sure the mayor, city council and police were aware of what was going on in the community and heard the voices of those that could not speak for themselves.
Judy made sure that no one was ever left out when she was in the room. Judy had a very outgoing personality that no one could ever forget. Judy remained young at heart due to this fact.
Judy Fleck was an asset to her country, state, city, community, school, family, HOA, friends, school and church. I have no doubt that when THE LORD welcomed her, HE said, " Well done, MY good and faithful servant."

Joey Meadows

October 18, 2021

What an inspiration Fleckie was, is and always will be!

In the mid to late 90's (my memory is not very good anymore) APD started a Shop with a Cop program and she was one of the first to jump on board. She helped spread the word, fund raise and of course was there to share, help and bring a smile to young persons life on the night of the event. I honestly can not remember a single time when myself or any other public safety employee asked for help or needed a volunteer that she wasn't one of the first in line.

You will be missed Fleckie, the world will not be the same without you.

Kathy (Hennessey). Statt

October 17, 2021

My sympathy goes out to you and your family on the loss of Judy. We shared many high school and post high school memories. I remember her childhood house’s location near the railroad tracks. I’d spend the night and felt the whole house shake. I was afraid the train came through the living room.
We shared trips to Ft. Lauderdale, Indian Lake, Virginia Beach. Always silly and always fun.
Judy and I also worked at the FBI together and were in St. John’s Passion Play together. What wonderful memories!
Sorry cannot make the trip to Atlanta to tell you this. May your family feel the Lord’s blessing and have peace.

Kathy (Hennessey) Statt

Sarah Honebrink

October 15, 2021

My aunt Judy was one incredible, beautiful, loving, and funny lady! She would always say when she saw me “ahh that’s my girl” and I sure was aunt Judy’s girl. I love and miss her so much but I know she is in heaven surrounded by her parents, nephew (my brother Joshua), and all of those who have gone before her. Until we meet again, she will forever be in my heart and will always hold such a strong piece of it.

Gaye Cronin

October 14, 2021

Fleckie was a lovely and very fun person who touched so many lives. I will always cherish my memories of her as she helped with the Vestibular Disorders Support Group. She was always there to share a smile, a hug or much needed encouragement to others suffering in the group. She was always a bright light and will be sorely missed. My prayers are with her precious family whom she adored.

Michael Litten

October 13, 2021

Judy, in partnership w/ Lee, was a tireless warrior for transparency in government at every level, particularly Roswell and very specifically w/ the Roswell Police Department.

Between the two of them they know more about the RPD, than sadly, the RPD knows about itself. Both of them epitomize speaking truth to power.

God bless the Flecks. Judy you were a very bright light and will be sorely missed, particularly in these dark times.

Barbara Ilacqua

October 13, 2021

Lee, Kim, Tami and Jodi -- Both Marty and myself want to extend our sincere sympathy in the loss of Judy. I personally have such fond memories of Jude beginning with our time working together at the FBI in Cincinnati; being the organist for your beautiful wedding (and catching her bouquet!); honored to be selected as Tami's Godmother; and, Judy being a bridesmaid in our wedding. We were even able to enjoy time together in Texas when we all lived in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area for a few years before the Fleck family moved on to Georgia. Judy and I continued our long friendship. I will greatly miss Jude! May she rest in peace in the palm of God's hand.
Marty and Barb Ilacqua

(Rex) Kenneth Bicknell

October 12, 2021

Judy was a wonderful woman - full of spirit, pluck, frisky and spunky. She will be greatly missed by all who were lucky enough to know her. To have to say goodbye to the woman you loved like no other will be heartbreaking. May you find peace and love in the memories you cherish. My condolences.

Cookie Hoffmeier

October 12, 2021

I feel like a piece of my heart is missing since learning about Judy's passing. She's my first close childhood friend to earn her spot in heaven. She always was competitive! I will alway cherish the great memories of all the fun we had together, and some of the crazy things we did. Judy was the life of the party and the first one on the dance floor. She seemed to carry that trait through her entire life. I'm also grateful that she made it to Cincinnati for our 50th class reunion. She was especially proud of her lovely family and my deepest condolences go out to all of them. We must all learn to "dance on" in her memory. I think she would appreciate that.
Rest in Peace My Dear Friend!

Barb Dressman

October 12, 2021

My favorite memory of Judy, was the day her and Lee got married she looks so beautiful! Judy was such a sweet cousin to me, always staying calm and kind, and her sense of humor was great. We love you Judy and will miss you, also loved seeing her at the family reunion. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family at this difficult time! Love you all ❤️🙏
Barb and Doug Dressman and family