Celebrating the life of Judy Elaine Carter
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grandchildren, Amariah, Sebastian, and Sofia. And later a great-grandchild Kaden.
Judy was a person of generosity, always giving even if it meant she had nothing for her self. Her altruistic intentions garnered her the astonishing character she was known by. Judy could be depended on and trusted with a persons most prized possessions, or burdensome troubles. No matter who she interacted with, a smile and joyous disposition never seemed too far behind.
Judy retired from Kaiser Aluminium in July 2000 after more then 25 years a diligent worker, striving for the excellent rather than the mediocre, the brilliant rather than the brash. This quality of character was admired by not only the people she was close to, but the unfamiliar individuals naïve to her personality.
Judy enjoyed to watch classic westerns television, She delighted in visiting various restaurants with her family and friends, talking the time away with stories of the past and discoveries of the present. She had the best of times taking long drives and looking at all the sights that she could see. Judy could be found listening to her gospel music as she readied to rest.
Judy will always be deeply loved and a source of inspiration for all of her living family for years to come. Deeply missed, never forgotten.
Sunset chapel service, from
11:30 to 12:30
Graveside service to follow.
Fairmount Memorial Park,
5200 W. Wellesley Ave.
Flowers are welcome and any other contributions can be sent to:
4401 N. Freya #6410
Spokane, Wa 99217
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5200 W Wellesley Ave
Spokane, WA 99205
5200 W Wellesley Ave Spokane, WA 99205