Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home

115 Lacey Road, Whiting, NJ


Judith C. Seeley

November 20, 1940March 17, 2020

Judith C. Seeley, 79, of Whiting, NJ, passed away on Tuesday March 17, 2020, at her home with her loving family by her side. Born in Perth Amboy, NJ, Judy lived in Manalapan for 25 years before moving to Lake Ariel in Pennsylvania and then settled in Whiting 4 years ago. Judy graduated from Georgian Court College at the age of 50, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. She worked on the child study team for Millstone Middle School and New Brunswick VoTech.

Judy loved life to the fullest! She took every opportunity to enjoy her life, whether it was ballroom or vintage dancing with James, going on incredible vacations, some with her grandchildren or even going for a simple walk or motorcycle ride. Judy was selfless and cared for everyone, always ready to lend a helping hand, like volunteering for SEAS, a food pantry. She and James were parishioners of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Whiting. For most of her life, she battled cancer. She never once asked why her or complained but took it straight on and fought with grace and dignity. A true inspiration, she never let her illness define her and never let it slow her down.

Judith is survived by her devoted and loving husband James, her adoring daughters Allison and her husband Greg, Erin and her husband Howie, and Jessica and her husband Mitchell, her cherished grandchildren James, Jackson, Avery, Logan and Darian. She is also survived by her dear sister Theresa. Judy was predeceased her parents James and Julia Grygowicz.

A Memorial Mass to celebrate Judy’s life will be held at a later date.


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Lee Purcell

March 26, 2020

Judy was such a lovely, faith-filled person. I remember the times she and Jim visited her cousin Mary Krasnansky Purcell, my mother, at her home in Griffith, IN, and the stream of cards and correspondence between them over the years. Both Judy and Mom, who passed away last year, now enjoy the fullness of life in the Lord whom they loved and served. Let us share the consolation that they will always be our special benefactors before God with their prayers and intercessions -- and Lord knows we need them now! Jim, you and your family will always be in our prayers!
Lee Purcell, for the family of Mary Krasnansky Purcell

Barbara Wyka

March 22, 2020

I only knew Judy a few years. The thing I admired most about her was her faith. She was truly an inspiration. I am sure she is at peace and enjoying her just reward and smiling down at all who knew and loved her.

James & Rosemary Ehnot

March 21, 2020

To Jim and family,
Jimmy and I want to extend our deepest condolences to you at this time. Judy was a very sweet lady and you two were a devoted couple. May her soul rest in peace.

Karen Taggert

March 20, 2020

Jim, Allie, Jessie, Erin & Family,
My deepest condolences to all of you! I was very sad to here this. Judy was always such a pleasure to talk to and be around. I can remember visiting all of you at your house with Ruthie and my daughter Kim. I’m so glad I had the chance to see all of you. Wishing you all peace at this most difficult time. May Judy RIP in eternal life.

Elaine Hoffer

March 20, 2020

Judy, a loving, devoted, - Daughter, Sister, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, and true-blue Friend.

A person of remarkable faith and stamina; I will miss you,
and remember you always!
My Prayers and Love, Elaine

Pauline and Bobby Bernheim

March 20, 2020

You are an inspiration to all who knew you, and you will be greatly missed by all. You were full of faith, courage and strength. We wish you farewell in your journey to eternity and may you rest in peace.

Eileen Gromlowicz

March 20, 2020

Allie, Erin, Jessie and Mr. Seeley, we are so very sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of sleepovers at your house and your mom was always so very nice despite the noise we all made. Sending you all hugs. Love Eileen (Enright) and family.

Al Jankovich

March 20, 2020

So glad we got to talk at our cousins get together. I know you had a lot of open arms waiting for you.

“Lolly” Loretta Miller

March 19, 2020

Be at peace Judy. I will always remember the fun we had on Raritan Avenue .