I met Judy when she married Robert and moved in next door. I did her hair for a couple of years. She would always call me for advice when she had a issue such as a coon on her porch. We talked often on the phone after Robert passed. I will miss her. Rest in his arms Judy.
Lori, Kenny and Kaylee Meyer
Judith Francis (McKee) Williams, 80, passed away on August 10, 2021.
She was born on December 27, 1940, in Evansville, Indiana to Edward
and Rose (Davis) McKee.
In 1958, Judy graduated from Reitz High School in Evansville. She then
attended a business college for some time afterwards. Her job in life
was raising her children, which most women can agree, is one of the
toughest jobs. One of Judy’s favorite hobbies was birdwatching. She
was a member of the Red Hat Society, an organization for women to
get together for entertaining activities. Judy was married to Robert
Williams for several years. They first met at church, and not long after,
were married at Westwood Church, where she was a life-long member.
Judy had a total of six children, three boys and three girls. One of Judy’s
favorite places to visit was New Harmony. She enjoyed taking day trips
there with her family to see the river. Judy found pleasure in many
areas of her life but had especially loved going to church and working
with the children there. The friends and family who surrounded her
often, will miss her and the love and support she brought to their lives.
A special thanks is extended to Westwood Church family, and Linda
White Hospice for all the care and consideration given for Judy.
Judy is survived by her children, Kimberly (Nick) McCallister, Laura
(Randy) Thomas, Jack Huffman, Tim Huffman, and Ben (Dana) Huffman;
her grandchildren, Brandon Rexing, Gabe (Angel) Rexing, Katie (Will)
Ritter, Anna (Daniel) Middleton, Jackie Masterson, Joshua Malkin,
Ashlee Malkin, Tim Huffman Jr, and Brittany (Jason) Metzger; 21 great
grandchildren; her sisters, Sandra (Jack) Fornshell and Tonya (Don)
Johnson; her brother, Kevin McKee; and many nieces, nephews, and
Visitation will be held on Friday, August 13, 2021 from 11am-1pm at the Chapel of Peace Mausoleum at Sunset Memorial Park. Services will begin at 1pm with burial to follow at Sunset Memorial Park.
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