Celebrating the life of Judy Yvonne Ren
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Judy Yvonne (Jackson) Ren passed away on May 29, 2021 in Spokane, Washington. Judy was born on September 23, 1939 to Micajah Jackson, Jr and Gladys Shouse. Judy graduated from Harrison High School, in Harrison, Montana. After graduating from High School Judy married her high school sweetheart William (Bill) Eugene Ren on May 18, 1958.
Judy followed her husband William (Bill) to Alaska where they settled down and raised their 5 children. Judy was involved in her children’s activities and would later purchase and operated Totem Land preschool. She effected many lives in her work with children in her preschool. Judy and Bill’s home was always open to of all her children’s friends and family, being a second parents and grandparents to many, always there to help when needed.
Judy and Bill moved to Spokane where they retired peacefully. Judy and Bill loved to care for their beautiful garden, yard, and home where many family gatherings took place. Judy loved spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was often found playing her favorite slot machine, “Lotus Flower,” at the North Quest Resort and Casino.
Judy is preceded in death by her parents, Micajah and Gladys Jackson; her husband William (Bill); brothers Stanley (Ted), Carl, Monty Jackson; and Son-in-Laws Rodney Maki and Gary Floyd. She is survived by her brothers Tim and Mick Jackson; children, Cindy Maki, Rhonda (Jay) Kingery, Karen (Eric) Taylor, Jason Ren (Tammara Pelletier), Corrine (Grey Bailey) Ren; grandchildren Timothy (Alissa) Floyd, Toby (Rebecca) Floyd, Tera (Randy) Maki, Aubree (Dave) Kline, Cameron Sivertsen, Sharayah Taylor, Summer and Autumn Baily; Great Grandchildren Tessla and Trevor Floyd, Brennen Brulotte, Myleigh Sambrano, Nevaeh and Carter Kline, Dalla Wellner and Oaklynn Stiner.
Services will be held on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at 3:00 pm. Services will be held outside, and masks are optional.
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