Judy was a Great Neighborhood friend and classmate through elementary and high school. Thanks for your service to our country Judy. You are at peace now my friend.
Judy was the best sister a person could ever have. She and I (her brother) were inseparable when we were kids growing up.
Our parents were very strict, and didn’t allow us to have any other children or playmates to come over. We only had each other. We were always together. She had a big heart, and was the best friend that I ever had. I will miss her terribly, more than anyone will ever know. Rest in peace sis…I love you and will see you in heaven someday.
Judy I am still in shock and disbelief that you are gone, and will be for some time. I am devastated and so sorry you we’re alone., You were the most caring and sweetest sister I could ever hope for.You we’re taken far to young and to soon just as you should have been enjoying all your years of hard work and dedication. I always loved and looked forward to our Sat day trips and spring break vacations together. I know I told you all week but again thank you for the trip to Dollywood I’ll never forget it. I am so grateful to have spent time with you in Florida and the laughs we shared.
I’m even more grateful for the week with you when you moved back. You we’re always there for everyone with a beautiful ,warm, loving, heart and soul. You will never be forgotten.
Until we meet again may you rest in peace. I love you.
Charlie I am keeping you in my thoughts and prayers for the day’s ahead. The minute I found out I thought of you and knew it was going to hit hard. Ya’ll we’re always 2 peas in a pod you may not be together in the flesh but I am sure she is with you daily in heart, spirit, and mind and watching over you the way you did her growing up.
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Judy “JuJu” Elaine Farmer, 64, gave her final salute on January 1, 2021. She was born on March 7, 1956 to Mary and James Farmer in Evansville, Indiana.
After graduating from Evansville’s Bosse High School, Judy went on to serve our country in the United States Army. While enlisted, she studied as a Military Wheel Vehicle Mechanic. Her last assignments stationed her in sunny California; and in 1977, was honorably discharged as an SP4. After her years of service, Judy went on to work at Whirlpool for 17 years. She was a wanderlust who loved to travel and had the goal of visiting all 50 states. Judy was always a caring person. She had a special fondness for animals, especially horses and dogs. Throughout her life she had three beloved pups, Chloe, Tara, and Catalina. Judy wore her heart on her sleeve and she was someone you could always depend on. She was a kind and giving soul. Although Judy’s life was already fulfilling, the time she spent loving and caring for her family is what made her life beautiful.
Judy is survived by her siblings, Jackie Garrison, Jean (Ralph) Day, Charles (David) Farmer; her nieces and nephews, Brandi Justus, Codi (James) Funk, Toni (Zach) Mason, Jeff (Regina) Barnes, Shannon Kellough, David (Dimple) Barnes, and Cliff Harger; and many loving great-nieces and nephews.
Preceding Judy in passing are her parents; her two sisters, Mary Louise Kellough and Bonnie Sue Farmer; and her lifelong friend, Jo Anne Schaus.
Services for Judy will be held in the Chapel of Peace Mausoleum at Sunset Funeral Home and Memorial Park on Tuesday, January 12, 2021. There will be an hour of visitation starting at 12:00pm with the service starting at 1:00pm.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made payable to Sunset Funeral Home to assist with expenses.
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