Wednesday, March 11, 2009

RIP Judy......

I am so sad that this is the only picture I have right now since my computer crashed and lost my photos, I am sure Katie will send me some more when she is ready.  Judy is not longer in pain, her funeral is on Friday.  I am heart broken.  When you become an adult, you meet a hand full people who are true friends and make a difference in your life.  Judy was one.  She was always kind and full of life, even when she was suffering.  She would never let on unless in private that she was in pain.   I was fortunate to have her in my life, and met her because of her children, Katie and JL.  I will always have a place in my heart for her, we shared some good times, laughs and conversations together.  We were true friends. Her laughter, accent, she was from Florida, and fun nature will be so missed.  I shared so much with her, I can't imagine not getting calls from her or seeing her smile,hearing her laughter. If you knew Judy then you know how kind, generous and full of life she was.  Her last battle with cancer was difficult and all of us have been touched by this horrible disease in one way or another.  Please say a prayer for her family, her husband and children.  They are all hurting extremely right now, and Judy was the glue.  God Love her and Rest in Peace........you changed my life for the better in many ways, Thank you.  I love you Judy and will miss you everyday.Judy Bitz 1958-2009

2 comments:

Mom said...

Our armored car arrived a few minutes ago (Garda) and he was visibly sad. I asked him if everything was okay and he said, "We lost our secretary. She had cancer and she died." I looked at him and just stated, "Judy." He said that everyone is so upset and they all loved her so much. I asked if they'd be able to attend her memorial on Friday and he said that he didn't think they'd allow them to go. He said that they'd have to shut the whole operation down. I told him that I thought they should for at least an hour!

Madre Adoptiva said...

Judy was such a fun-loving person. I will always remember her being full of life and always having kind things to say. I'm so very sorry for your loss, Lisa. I know she meant a lot to you.