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Obituary of Julia (Judy) Ann Pearson

Early Wednesday morning, Sept. 28, 2016 Julia (Judy) Ann Pearson moved on to her new life with her lord and savior. By her side were two of her beloved granddaughters, Neila and Sarah.

Judy Ann Carter was born on Dec. 21, 1936. Fifteen years later she met her sister Donna’s brother in law James. She knew right away that this was the man who would be her husband and lifelong companion, the love of her life. James and Judy were married on July 17, 1952 and welcomed their first son the following June.

They made Penn Valley their home in 1963 where they raised their 3 sons, Nick, Mark and Russel. As the boys grew to be men they blessed Judy and James with 9 grandchildren who also added 19 great grandchildren to the family.

Judy most enjoyed providing comfort and care to her family. You would often see her spending time with her grandchildren and while she was able she loved to provide holiday outfits for the kids.

For many years Judy was active in her Church and always in her faith throughout her life time.

Judy is survived by her Husband James; her 3 sons; 9 grandchildren; and 19 great grandchildren. She is also survived by her Sister Donna.

Judy was preceded in death by her Mother and Father Mr. and Mrs. Carter; as well as her sister Linda.

No services will be held. Donations can be made to your community church as Judy’s love for the Lord could never be measured. Condolences can be sent to the family home in Penn Valley.


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