Austen-Meyers, Judith D.

Passed: February 16, 2015

Austen-Meyers, Judith D.

Passed: February 16, 2015

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Judi Austen-Meyers, age 75, passed away peacefully at home on 16 Feb 2015, with family by her side and a mockingbird singing in the back yard. Judi was a dedicated wife, mother and friend with a lust for life. She spent 23 years in service to the Department of Defense and Department of Energy prior to retirement, at which time she discovered more time to pursue her passions, some of which included: Church, Al-Anon, gardening, quilting, reading and history. Her primary focus however was seen in her desire to serve others, which was evident through her many years of Al-Anon service work, volunteer work at the senior center, and involvement in many city and community projects over the years. Her positive influence was felt by a multitude of people; she is loved and will be dearly missed. Judi is survived by her husband Tom, daughters Barbara, Niki, Stella and Nancy, stepchildren Jim and Kerri, brother Jay, 8 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 10am on 28 Feb 2015 at the West Valley Church of Christ, located at 18604 W. Lower Buckeye Road, Goodyear, AZ. Donations can be made in Judi’s name to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Hospice of the Valley.

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5 responses to Austen-Meyers, Judith D.

  1. Judi I will miss you, you gave me hope and love. You gave me a friendship I will miss. I loved our talks when we traveled to meetings. I loved the time you shared with me when you showed me how to make jam.

  2. Judi, it’s hard for me to believe your gone. You were a great person always so cheerful. Looked at every situation in a positive way. Thank you. You will be missed. My condolences to the Austen-Meyers family.

  3. Don Menge says:

    Judy was always so cheerful and pleasant to talk to. She will be greatly missed but not forgotten. The staff from Wilhelm Automotive in Goodyear wants to send their thoughts and prayers to the family and many friends. God Bless!!

  4. Thom, I am so sorry for the loss of your wife Judi, please accept Barbara’s and my sincere condolences, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family,
    William St. Bernard.

  5. Nancy Brody says:

    Judi, I have so admired your tenacity in your final fight. I appreciated your
    warm help in putting together a presentation and helping me with my part.
    My prayers go out for your family and friends.

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