Judge, Patricia Joyce

Judge, Patricia Joyce

July 22nd, 2019

It is with heavy hearts the family of Patricia Joyce Judge announce her peaceful passing surrounded by her loving family, on July 22, 2019, in her 63rd year.  Beloved daughter of the late Alfred and Stella Judge and cherished sister of Cathy (William) Vandewetering of London and Ron (Darlene) Judge of Kitchener.  Patty will be sadly missed by her nieces and nephews: Jennifer (Andrew), Colin (Brittney), Adam, Nicole, Dylen, Henry, Beatrice, and Daphne.  Patty will be remembered by many cousins, extended family and friends for her vibrant smile and infectious laugh.  Visitation will be held on Thursday from 2:00 ~ 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 ~ 9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where a memorial service will be conducted on Friday, August 2, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Patty are asked to consider Community Living London – Ford Access Program.  

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gloria thomsonDear Cathy and Bill, Please accept my condolences on the passing of your sister Patricia. I fondly remember her presence from time to time at Christ Church, and the love and kindness you showered on her. I know you will miss her deeply. Gloria Thomson
Donald Lee and Robert de HoogCathy and family, our sincere condolences on Pat's passing. I am sure she will be missed by all whose lives she touched. We remember her as a lovely soul, who loved our dog. And yes, she had a very infectious laugh.
Carol A TalbotI am very sorry for your loss. I too remember the love your family demonstrated in you caring ways for Patricia.
Lana McVeigh (Direct Support Professional at CLL)Sending my sincere condolences to all of Patty's family and to all of her friends and family at Community Living London.
Jim and Mary Ellen HartlingOur thoughts and prayers are with you. Pat will be missed. Love Jim and Mary Ellen
Rachael MckellarCathy and Bill, I am so sorry to hear of Patty's passing, she was a wonderful lady and a very special part of my /our lives. She will be missed dearly by all who knew her. Sending my condolences to her whole family. Sincerely, Rachael, Adam, Gabby and Angie
Kevin and Joanne HardingCathy,Bill and family our condolences on the passing of Pat. She will be greatly missed
Ramona LucanI will never forget her kindness. May God give her eternal rest and the family the strength to bear the great pain.
Pita My condolences to Patty family. I am really sorry. I had the privilege to know Patty and worked with Patty. She is an amazing person, and very loving. She cares for her roommates deeply and her family as well. . She will be missed dearly. Please stay strong. Yours Pita.
Tannis CoughlinI have very fond memories of Patty visiting my parents ( Bill & Inez Gunn) and myself. Patty loved to come and visit whenever she was riding by, stopping in for a little chat, or a drink of water. Often she would ask “ where’s the boy”. Patty knew Cathy helped take care of Taylor. Patty was kind, sensitive , caring and gentle. Our lives were made better because of Patty.
Lauren DelislePatty was such a beautiful soul that truly brightened my life. I supported Patty for four years through CLL. Every time I went into work Patty welcomed me with a smile and , "Hi, where's your boy?" She loved talking to me about my son and always asked about others. She was a true joy to be around, and I will miss her dearly. May she rest in the sweetest peace She will never be forgotten in my heart
Lynda Burns (Symns)I grew up on Headley Dr and knew Patty as one of the kids on the street. I hadn't seen Patty in probably 40 years until one day I was volunteering at SOL bowling and bumped into Patty. She told me I had a brother Ken. I was very touched that she remembered me after all those years. I am truly sorry for your loss.
Dawn MartinDear Cathy and Family, I supported Patty for over 7 years through CLL. The thing I enjoyed the most in working with Patty is that she always was the happiest in painting and making crafts. She always tried so hard to make whatever we were doing beautiful and was always excited at the thought of sending the painting, fairy garden or craft I made with her to her sister Cathy's house. I will miss seeing Patty's excitement. Patty came to my house a few times and loved sitting at the pond watching the fish. She stayed there a long time, just looking out at my gardens. I am sorry for the loss of Patty. Dawn & Lindsey Martin
Dawn MartinDear Cathy and Family, I supported Patty for over 7 years through CLL. The thing I enjoyed the most in working with Patty is that she always was the happiest in painting and making crafts. She always tried so hard to make whatever we were doing beautiful and was always excited at the thought of sending the painting, fairy garden or craft I made with her to her sister Cathy's house. I will miss seeing Patty's excitement. Patty came to my house a few times and loved sitting at the pond watching the fish. She stayed there a long time, just looking out at my gardens. I am sorry for the loss of Patty. Dawn & Lindsey Martin
Mary Jane VenusDear Cathy and Family, Tom Hazeltine, Ken and I are so sorry to hear of Patty's passing. She had an infectious laugh and loved to be around people. Patty was quite a character and very endearing. Patty held a very special place in Tom's heart as they were life long friends. You and your family are in our prayers as you move through this sad time. Patty is happy free and well taken care of by her heavenly Father and Family. God Bless!
Sharlene Wilson Cathy and Bill, my deepest sympathy for you and your family. The loss of Pat was such a shock I can’t imagine how hard it has been for all of you. She was so giving and caring for others. Her laughter gave me great joy. She will be forever in my heart. Sincerely, Sharlene
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