Judith Margaret Aufdenberg

August 12, 1939September 19, 2012

Judith Margaret Aufdenberg, 73, of Sikeston, MO, died Wednesday September 19, 2012 at her home. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Judy was the daughter of the late Julian C. and Margaret E. Letcher. She attended Stephens College in Columbia, MO and was a graduate of Samford University in Birmingham. Early in her career she taught mathematics in Dallas School Systems and then for Sikeston Public Schools. Later, Judith was co-owner and worked with her husband Jerry at Aufdenberg Equipment Company. She was a long time resident of Sikeston, MO, and a member of First United Methodist Church. She volunteered with various community organizations. Judy is survived by her husband of 50 years, Jerry D. Aufdenberg of the home; two sons and one daughter-in-law, Scott C. Aufdenberg of Sikeston, Bradley and Jennifer Aufdenberg of Jacksonville, Florida; two grandchildren, Benjamin and Emily Aufdenberg of Jacksonville, Florida, and her beloved pet Sassy. Visitation is scheduled for Sunday September 23 from noon until 2:30 at First United Methodist Church in Sikeston. Funeral services will follow immediately in the sanctuary with the Rev. Geoff Posegate officiating. Graveside services follow at Sikeston Memorial Park Cemetery and will be conducted by Dave Dealy. Pallbearers will be: Ben Aufdenberg, David Dealy, Brian Dealy, Mark Deane, Bill Deane ll and Jacob Priday. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the American Cancer Society or the charity of your choice.


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Ed Woods

September 24, 2012

Jerry, we just heard of Judy's passing and wanted to let you know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Barbara and Ed Woods

Dyana McKee

September 24, 2012

Words are so hard at this time. My heart is so heavy with your loss. I loved Judy like a sister. I will miss her greatly. Please know that you and the boys are in my thoughts and prayers. Dyana McKee, Logan, AL

Dixie Satterfield

September 24, 2012

Jerry, I was in Nashville with Jami when we heard of Judy's passing. She was always such a joy to be around. You, Brad, Scott and all of your family are in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless, Dixie and Jami

Cary Collier

September 24, 2012

Jerry and Scott, I'm so sorry for your loss. You know Jerry, Scott and Brad and family were her life. I will miss her funny comments and laughter. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Cary Collier

Bobby Kracke

September 24, 2012

Jerry I lost a football bet to you years ago and still haven't gotten over it. Condolences to you and yours. I still remember Judy as full of life and fun. Bobby Kracke

Beth (Matthews) Brunt

September 23, 2012

The memories of Judy's warmth and wonderful smile will remain for all of us. What a dear soul, and a person who enriched all of our lives...even when we were "kids"! God bless you, Jerry, and all the rest of the family.
Beth and Mike Brunt

Husam Najjar

September 23, 2012

Jerry, So sorry for your loss!
Although I knew her for relatively short period of time, it was obvious she was a brave and courageous woman.
You will be in our prayers

Vicki Curtis

September 22, 2012

Jerry, You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers
Vicki & Bill

Dave Rock

September 21, 2012

Jerry, You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Know that Judy lives on in all those whose lives she touched. I have many fond memories of our times together, Judy's laugh and her caring ways are special memories from our time in Sikeson. Dave & Lisa Rock

Lavelle Siggers

September 21, 2012

Sorry for your loss Jerry. Your classmate of '55.