Condolence & Memory Journal

Please accept my sincere condolence for the loss of your loved one. My the loving god of all comfort and promised hope strengthen you during this difficult time. 1 Thessalonians 4:14

Posted by A friend   April 04, 2019

...still missing you

Posted by J FDIL - Austin, TX - Family Friend   February 13, 2019

Rest In Peace JJ. You were there for my Mom at the worst time of her life. You exuded joy. I'm blessed to have had you in my life, including traveling to Houston for my wedding. I love you and look forward to seeing you in Heaven along with Big Daddy. Hugs and prayers to your family.

Posted by Robyn Barnes - Houston, TX - Family Friend   February 07, 2019

What a wonderful person. Great memories of her from my childhood. She put up with a lot from Stanley and Gordon's friends. Taught me a bit about respect and provided great opportunities for me that opened doors for others. Now she is trading stories with my mom and learning the whole truth. Raised one hell of a family. My love and condolences to all the Johnson's and everyone else who she impacted. Let her shine in your actions daily.

Posted by Curt Glover - Cedar Park, TX   February 05, 2019

Gordon- My deepest condolences to you and your family. But I am praying your many happy memories of her will give you great comfort. Richard & Kaye Beck, Austin.

Posted by Richard Beck Beck - Austin, TX - Family Friend   February 05, 2019

Dear Judy or as I fondly called you; FMIL,

This moment is bittersweet. We are sad that we must let you go, but we're so happy that you get to be with the love of your life and your sweet baby daughter.

Instead of focusing on our loss, we will be strong like you and focus on the pure joy you are experiencing now.

And to keep our spirits lifted, we will keep your memory alive by sharing all the funny and crazy stories we have through spending time with you.

Each and everyone of us are so very blessed to have all these special and heartfelt memories of you.

We love you so much and will miss you forever.

Posted by Joyce Johnson - Driftwood, TX - Daughter   February 05, 2019

I loved working with Judy in the 1980's. She was a true force of nature. My sympathy to Gordon, Rob, Stanley and their families.

Posted by Pauline Adams - Houston, TX   February 05, 2019

We never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make because their love leaves an imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that having shared their love has enriched our lives.

I know my mother has imprinted a lot of loving, wild and funnny moments in my memories that I will never forget and will always cherish.

You are finally with dad and you are at peace. I love you mom and will miss you so much.

Posted by Stan Johnson - Driftwood, TX - Son   February 04, 2019