Judy Neely
October 13, 1935 - November 11, 2022
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Judy Neely, age 87 of Madison passed away Friday November 11th 2022 surrounded by her family. She was born October 13th 1935 in Cleveland, the daughter of William Hannum and Margaret (Cochran) Hannum. She and husband Terry Neely owned several business’s in their life time together. Before becoming a full time grandmother she worked at …
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Peggy and David Young left a message on November 20, 2022:
My dearest Aunt Judy, I don't know where to begin, as there are so many memories we shared as a little girl growing up with my cousins. We spent so much time together, sleepovers, shopping trips, playing outdoors, holiday gatherings, always a reason to have an eating frenzy, always has eats and sweets between you and grandma, you name it! I babysat on many occasions and we were all so close. As an adult, I moved on, but my heart was always close and we always stayed connected. I loved you so and always will. I will miss you. I know you have found your peace now. Please find your new angelic place with dad, grandma, grandpa and all our other loved ones as you watch over us here on earth. All our love, David, Peggy & Family ❤️
Marsha Carder left a message on November 20, 2022:
What a beautiful lady may she Rest In Peace
Joyce Brown Anthony left a message on November 18, 2022:
We grew up across the road from Terry and Judy in So. Madison, knew Terry's family as well. Our condolences to Judy's family, she was always so quiet and kind, my sister and I babysat her children when they were young. Prayers for comfort and peace for the family. May she RIP. The Brown family, Joyce, Jean and Frank.
Samantha Shmo Marsh left a message on November 17, 2022:
Grandma Neely was such a beautiful light in my life since becoming one of her grandchildrens friends. I was around her house so much she loved me as one of her own and I loved her just as much. She was always willing to sit and listen to our stories or have a chat and always willing to make us a meal no matter what time of day it was. She loved having family picnics and seeing everyone together enjoying what life is all about-family. I will keep her memory alive in my heart for as long as mine still beats Love u always Grammy!
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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