Judy S. Stull
March 20, 1956 – May 7, 2020
Judy S. Stull, age 64, retired manager of Stull Liquor, passed away Thursday, May 7, 2020. Judy was born on March 20, 1956, in the little town of Winona, MO, the daughter of Charles and Bessie Gresham. Judy was raised and attended school in numerous small towns in southern Missouri. In 1978, she moved to Wichita with her first born child.
Judy was a strong and independent single mom, raising her four children. In 1994, Judy started her career at Stull Liquor, working her way up the ladder and in the meantime stole the heart of Doug, the owner of Stull Liquor. They married in June of 2005.
Judy was full of energy, living life to the fullest. She loved the mountains and together she and Doug took many trips to Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and Yellowstone. Judy was so serious about panning for gold, that on one of their many trips she made Doug bring back 5-gallons of black sand so that she could pan for gold at home. Judy also enjoyed nature, Doug and Judy ended up purchasing a home on Table Rock Lake, MO, where she enjoyed boating, four-wheeling, target shooting, and developed a lasting friendship with their neighbors at Kings River Point. She loved her grandchildren and was so proud of every one of them. Judy always said that her greatest accomplishment in life was her children and their children.
Judy was preceded in death by her father, Charles Gresham; brother, Kenneth Gresham; and son, Nicholas Pitman. Mother and Father figures Mike and Edna Lambings.
Survivors include: husband, Douglass Stull; children, Natira Pitman Treadwell, Nicole and husband, Brent Janssen, Shane Pitman; grandchildren, Nicholas Jordan, Nikolette Treadwell, Isaiah Treadwell, Madelyn Janssen, Curtis Treadwell, Cohner Janssen; step-children, Sandra and husband, John Heinrichs, Brian Stull, Shannon and husband, Dave Baker, Amanda and husband, Jeff Hansen; step-grandchildren, Derrick Heinrichs, Taylor Heinrichs, Braden Heinrichs, Ashlyn Stull, Jaden Stull, Tristyn Baker; mother and step-father, Wanda and Bill Yates; six sisters; Jewell Danner, Francis Isenbletter, Madeline Gresham, Julie Willems, Sherry Daughtery, and Kay Beckett; four brothers; Charles Gresham, Mitch Gresham, Mike Gresham and Larry Yates; numerous nieces and nephews.
Private family services will be on Monday at Lakeview Cemetery, 12100 E. 13th Street North, Wichita.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. Share online condolences via www.MyLakeviewFuneralHome.com
- Douglass Stull, Husband
- Natira Pitman Treadwell, Daughter
- Nicole and husband, Brent Janssen, Daughter
- Shane Pitman, Son
- Nicholas Jordan, Nikolette Treadwell, Isaiah Treadwell, Madelyn Janssen, Curtis Treadwell, Cohner Janssen, Grandchildren
- Sandra and husband, John Heinrichs, Step-Daughter
- Brian Stull, Step-Son
- Shannon and husband, Dave Baker, Step-Daughter
- Amanda and husband, Jeff Hansen, Step-Daughter
- Derrick Heinrichs, Taylor Heinrichs, Braden Heinrichs, Ashlyn Stull, Jaden Stull, Tristyn Baker, Step-Grandchildren
- Bessie and Bill Yates, Mother and Step-Father
- 5, Sisters
- 4, Brothers
- Charles Gresham, Father (deceased)
- Kenneth Gresham, Brother (deceased)
- Nicholas Pitman, Son (deceased)
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Judy S. Stull
May 12, 2020
I'm so sorry for your loss. From what has been written here it sounds like you and Judy have had a wonderful life together and I bet retirement enhanced the good times.
God bless you and your family.
May 9, 2020
Judy was and still is my best friend. It would be rare not to see us together. Our activities such as riding our ATV'S or spending time on the water in our pontoon boat, or our many trips to the mountains in Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and Wyoming. We enjoyed going to the woods and exploring for different rocks and wild flowers. And if we couldn't get enough riding in Missouri then we haul our ATV's down to our property at Rock Kansas along the walnut river, the whole point is we did it together. We had so many good times with our friends at Kings River Point, such as playing washers with Jackie and Willie or playing train dominos with Diane and Terry, or going to dinner with Jose. We enjoyed walking down to Kay and Galen's just to set on the back deck and jiber jaber. We would meet Carol and Tim frequently right out in the street. In other words we did everything together. I will miss her deeply and I will never forget her.
Wiley and Jackie Ash
May 8, 2020
We are her Table Rock Lake neighbors. We spent many hours playing cards, washers, and dominos with Judy and Doug. Also we enjoyed going to the Antique shops with Judy. We will miss our dear friend greatly . Things will not be the same around here without her. Rest In Peace Judy,
Jackie and Wiley Ash