Dorothy Helen Murphy

January 24, 1921June 13, 2018

Dilley, Judy Kay was called home by the Lord Saturday, June 16th, 2018. She was born to Clyde and Laura Olney April, 8, 1945 in Wichita, Kansas. Judy graduated East High School in 1963 where she met the love of her life, Mike Dilley. Judy worked at Corky’s IGA, and later as a secretary for Oil Field Shelters and Durasafe Products, then happily retired in 2007 and was loving life. Judy’s friends were her world, from dinners with the girls to coordinating reunions of multiple classes and schools, she was always busy. She loved attending Ann’s Fashion shows and filling as many tables(and closets) as she could. Judy always said that raising her kids was her greatest accomplishment. Judy is survived by her twin sister, Joyce Rehr; her two daughters, Leslley Scotte and Shannon Umscheid; grandchildren, Grant Umscheid and Remington Barker. She was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Dick Olney; sister, Barbara Anderson and husband, Mike Dilley.

A small family service will be held June 27th, 2018 at Lakeview Mausoleum, at 11am so that Judy and Mike can once again be united..


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Charlotte Davis

June 18, 2018

What a beautiful "Mommy" legacy.....thanks for sharing her 97 year old story! As extended family members, Gordon and I feel blessed that we could share a part of her family life for almost 30 years.
When my own mother died at age 68, Diane and Mommy were the first people I saw at the funeral home to comfort me with their loving support. Like she has for so many others, Mommy became a second mother to me. She was always able to make me smile with her great stories and the love and joy shared whenever she was around you.
Her "Can Do" spirit was always an inspiration to all of us....especially, if you traveled with her. I still remember her in her 80's leading all 16 of us on a several mile hike in Cinque Terre Italy on a hot day. Now that she is home and free to "fly" with the Angels, I know that God has her awesome spirit lighting the way for us to follow! Love You Always Mommy D! Charlotte & Gordon