Judith A. Staley

Born: 04/19/1942 Passed:
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Judith A. Staley age 77 went to be with her Lord on June 25th, 2019. She was born April 19, 1942 in Ashland, Ohio to the late Ralph and Ruth (Farver) Staley. Judy was a graduate of Ashland High School Class of 1960. She loved life, especially her animals. Judy enjoyed building things and working with and planting flowers.

Judy is survived by her sister-in-law, Judy A. Sattler Staley (her favorite sister-in-law); her friend, Karen Hetrick (daughter of her heart); cousin, Vickie Baker (whom she called her sister from a different mother); many nieces, nephews and special aunt, Betty Bursley.

In addition to her parents, Judy is preceded in death by her brothers, Don and Dick and sister, Dolores.

In keeping with her wishes, cremation has taken place and no public services are planned. Condolences can be shared with her family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society
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2 Tributes to Judith A. Staley

  1. Susie Maneese says:

    I have known Judy since the 1st grade. We rode the bus together and later in our adult lives we rode motorcycles together…. as passengers….going on many places on the weekends with our husbands. She was an amazing lady with so many talents…. to many to mention. I miss seeing her. I will always remember her ! Rest in peace my friend…

  2. Patti Rogers says:

    I’ve known Judy for many years. She was so much fun to be around, always joking with that ornery grin on her face when she seen you. She always had hilarious remarks that kept everyone in stitches! Her sister Dolores was a good friend of mine for years and that’s how I meant Judy and the family. While her sister Dolores was still with us we’d have girls movie nights with food and lots of laughter, shopping at the German Village in Columbus, up to Akron for a Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Train ride. Judy was always the highlight of the day no matter what we planned. I miss the fun times we all had together. She was always willing to lend an ear and give good advice as needed … Judy was an avid animal lover and always shared stories about her beloved pets and about the animals she helped rescue. She will be sadly missed by all that knew and loved her.. Your in our hearts forever, rest in peace Judy..

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