May 23, 1944 – January 1, 2013
Judith Ann Daughtrey Aiello May 23 ,1944 - Jan.1, 2013
Passed at the young age of 68. With her family by her side. She went to be with her Husband Mike , after many years of fighting with complications from MS. Judy was born at Sharp Memorial Hospital. She went to John Adams Elementary school then to Mar Vista High, then went on to work in her Mothers restaurant in Imperial Beach. She met a barber Mike Aiello and then marry him at the age of seventeen. They had one child Katherine Marie. Judy started her own daycare business in their home in Old Town ,Mission Hills area. After completing Child development classes she then opened a bigger in home daycare business in her Childhood home in Normal Heights. She loved people and had many friends. Some of her fond memories where hunting with her Dad Dean ,spending time at a horse stable in Balboa Park along with her sisters Deana and Pat , going on vacation to Yosemite every year with family, Holidays ,camping, road trips ,parks picnicking ,going out to eat ,and Summer past Farm . She was always on the go since her business was in home she loved to be on the move. Visiting with her Family and good Friend was her favorite past time. Her hobbies included ceramics, doll making , tole painting and her love for animals.
Judy is survived by her daughter Kathy ,son in law Mark and their, four children ,Amanda ,Emily ,Michael ,and Nathan and great grandchild Marenna ,foster son Gary and grandchildren Tabitha and Clinton, also her older sister Pat ,brother law Jack ,and their children and families along with many other family and friends.Now she will be together with her Husband Mike(Mikey) younger sister Deana ,parents Minnie ,and Dean ,also along with many more family and friends and pets.
We will be having her wake at a future date. Guide us and watch over us you will truly be missed. What you've taught us will be in our memory as will you Love You Mom forever and ever. Till we meet up again.
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January 29, 2014
Thanks Dorothy, yes I do remember you Mom talked about our life on Kettner and Lucy all the time.
January 7, 2014
Kathy - so sorry to read about the loss of you mom. I knew you all when you lived across the street from my grandparents on Kettner Blvd in Old Town and your dad had the barbershop in Old Town. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Dorothy Lewis (Poway, CA)
March 2, 2013
Miss you so much Mom. Love you forever and ever.