Larry, our love and condolences go out to you, Sean, and his family, and to Judy's brother Desi.
The Lord has called another Angel Home.
Vida and I were there at the beginning, around for evenings at the Armed Services Center in Ipswich, watching your love blossom and grow. We had the honor of attending yours and Judy's wedding, had the pleasure of your company for dinner and got to wave goodbye as you drove off in the little white midget. Over the years we have cherished the memories of our times together, even though in later years they were few. We loved Judy and will miss her quipping "You Cheeky Bugger!"
To paraphrase A. A. Milne, Judy was braver than we ever thought, stronger than we ever believed, bright as daylight, and ever so witty, and even if we're apart, she will always be with us.
Dear Larry and Family, I was very sorry to hear of Judy's death. I have very fond memories of her from St Gabe's. She was always full of life and had a wicked sense of humor. "Cheeky bugger" was a common reply from her! May she now rest in peace and prayers for comfort for all of you. Love, Diane Stothard