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Judith Stivers

Judith Ann Stivers

Sunday, June 1st, 1941 - Wednesday, April 8th, 2020
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Obituary

Judith A. (Reece) Stivers, 78 of Galloway, OH passed away peacefully on April 8th 2020 at her daughter's home in Coupeville, WA surrounded by family. Judith (Judy) was born in Columbus, OH on June 1st, 1941 to the late John and Marcella Reece. She was preceded in death by her grandson Michael Quayle and her dog & "side-kick" Chi Chi. Judy's love will live on through her family; four children Chris (Jay) Quayle, of Columbus, OH; John (Michele) Stivers of Columbus, OH; Steve (Camille) Stivers of Grove City, OH; and Marci (Eric) Wurzauf of Coupeville, WA; two sisters Ginny (Ray) Bland of Marengo, OH; and Carol (Art) Rifflard of Plain City, OH; eight grandchildren Joe (Ashley) Quayle, Matthew Stivers, Shannon Stivers, Ryan (Margot) Stivers, Wesley Stivers, Derek Wurzauf, Billy (Sydnie) Wurzauf, and Michael Walker; three great-grand children, as well as several cousins, nieces, nephews, and close friends. Judy will be fondly remembered by all who were fortunate enough to know her, as a wonderful mother, grandma, sister and friend, with a beautiful smile and contagious laugh. A graveside service will be held at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens 5600 E Broad St. Columbus, OH at a later date. In lieu of flowers the family request donations be made to Franklin County Dog Shelter & Adoption Center in Judy's memory.
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    Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens
    Address
    5600 E Broad Street
    COLUMBUS, OH
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Derek wurzauf

Posted at 04:53pm
My grandma is a angel. She had a heart for people and would give them the clothes off her back. I’ve never met a more selfless person in my entire life. She was a true joy to be around some of my favorite memories would definitely be the quality time we got to spend together at the Ohio state fair ❤️!
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steve stivers

Posted at 10:56am
Mom, It is a blessing to be able to call you Mom. Your commitment and sacrifice are undeniable and your strength is so admired. There are so many memories that will shine bright forever, and I will look back upon them everyday for the rest of my life. When I know that i need to be strong, I have and will always think of you. You are my hero. I Love you Mom!
JF

Joyce Pickens fridley

Posted at 05:16pm
Judy and I shared many good times from high school on. Her always saying (kid). And laughing at almost everything you would say. We loved to sq dance at the barn. Her mom and dad seemed to always ‘ground’ her for staying out late. The trip with my parents to Atlantic City. What fun memories she gave me. Love you ‘kid’. Till we meet again. Joyce (pickens) fridley.
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