In Memory

Judith Mallory

Judith Mallory

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05/21/15 05:24 PM #1    

Virginia (Jennifer) Stanley

I'm very sorry to hear of her passing. We all still seem to young. Does anyone have any details on Judith's death? When? Cause? 

Jennifer Stanley

05/21/15 08:54 PM #2    

David Dionne

I'm with you Jennifer, I too would like to know more about Judy.  She was always very kind to me.  God rest your soul Judy.

05/22/15 11:31 AM #3    

Mary Jo Nieman (Dinha)

I email Judith daughter Beth to ask her about her mothers passing. She passed away on April 28,2015 . Judith battled blood cancer for 8 years. Which developed into bone marrow cancer in her final 6 months. She fought very hard in her last months to attend her grandson college graduation but the cancer took her just 2 weeks  before she was able to see her goal achieved. I told Beth that I would share this information with all of Judith classmates. Mary Jo

05/22/15 11:54 AM #4    

Marcia Braun (Sugg)

It saddens me to read of Judy's death.  I agree, Jennifer, we do seem too young...but reality says we aren't.  Judy was my "daughter" in our Senior play "The Batchelor and the Bobbysoxer" and was a delight to work with.  She was caring, kind and had a good sense of humor.  I'm sorry she had such a difficult struggle in her last months.    Marcia 

05/22/15 01:47 PM #5    

Clayland Waite

Well, Marcia, thanks for reminding us of Judy's part in the senior play. She was THE 'bobby soxer' in the play. Look at the pictures of her (pages 96 and 97) in the 1962 Falcon yearbook. She is playing her part to the hilt in every picture, especially the one of the entire Senior Play Cast. She is sitting next to you, Marcia, and look at her expression as she looks over toward Dick Nugent. Her expression is priceless. The part of Dick Nugent was played by Cary Grant in the movie "The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer". During rehearsals and the performances I had fun whispering one of Grant's famous lines to Susan Turner (aka Judy Mallory) when she would least expect it. Ironically, Grant claims never to have said this in any of his movies. But movie legend gives him the credit. So, as Dick Nugent would say in imitating Cary Grant so no one but Susan Turner would hear, "Juday, Juday, Juday". Good by Judy.

05/23/15 09:31 AM #6    

Wendy Walsh (Sanislow)

I am so sorry to hear of Judy's passing..  So sorry to hear of her struggles during her last few months, have seen many people go thru the same.  She was always so nice and friendly, too young.  Rest in peace, Wendy (Walsh) sanislow

05/23/15 02:27 PM #7    

Floyd Lampinen

I always feel sad when a classmate leaves us.As I said in previous posts,when I surf our website I feel like I am 18 again.It,s tough to believe were all over 70 now.

05/26/15 02:42 PM #8    

Jeffrey Theobald

I share the good memories of Judy while being in several classes (English and Government) together.  She will be remembered as a really delightful classmate.  My best wishes to her family and friends.

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06/08/15 03:43 PM #9    

Virginia (Jennifer) Stanley

I attended the Celebration of Judith's Life on Sunday (5/31/15) that was held at the home of a long-time friend. I was welcomed warmly by her children (Beth & John) and her three grandchildren. Their comments regarding their mother and grandmother were very loving and they all miss her greatly. Her family was most important to her. it was a small gathering of people who knew her most recently (past 20 years) other than her family. I read all the comments provided from our class members that you posted on this website. They were well received by all those attending and pleased to hear the memories you have of her in those early years. Jennifer (Gin)) Stanley

06/10/15 07:17 AM #10    

Susan Barrett (Wilson)

It is sad to hear of another classmates death.  Prayers go out to her family.  May god be with them.

Susan Barrett

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