Lynda L. Judge
Date of Death: February 7, 2024
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Tom Fritz left a message on February 17, 2024:
Condolences to the Judge Family, I grew up across the street from the Judge's on Pond Road. Lynda always looked after us while we played ball or any other games in the neighborhood. We communicated VIA FB regarding some Ronkonkoma History. God Bless: Lynda, her family, and friends.
Martinez and Joubert Family left a message on February 16, 2024:
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Barbara Brown left a message on February 16, 2024:
Today is the Celebration of Lynda, the newest Angel in Heaven. She will be remembered with so much love by her family and friends. Lynda touched all our lives in a most positive way and left a lasting impression and a feeling that made you feel special. She was such a beautiful light in all our lives. I know she will make Heaven an even brighter place. I will especially miss her effervescence and enthusiasm; her smiling eyes and contagious laugh. She is a woman who will be undoubtedly missed by all of us and will hold a tremendous place in everyone’s heart. We will all meet again, my most beautiful friend. In the meantime, thank you for being in my life for over 48 years. You made the world a better place for all who knew you. I love you, Dear Friend. Rest In Peace ❤️
Kayley Welch left a message on February 15, 2024:
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Martinez and Joubert Family left a message on February 15, 2024:
Lynda was the sweetest and kindness soul ever. I am so glad we got a chance to meet her. She was my neighbor and we always looked after her. We would help her in anyway possible. You will truly be missed Mrs. Judge. Heaven has a gained a good one.
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TOM QUIGLEY left a message on February 14, 2024:
It was by chance that I met the Judge family. The year was 2002. I was at the right place at the right time. This family became my friends. Each Friendship had its own uniqueness. I have such fond memories of Lynda. Her zest for life was just a part of who she was. She was excited about each day.. Her thirst for all the best things that life could offer was an inspiration that each of us could learn from. Lynda always met me with a smile and made me feel as if i was the only one in the room..Our conversations would cover anything from Politics to music and countless other topics. Lynda and I had a 20 year relationship, which turned in to friendship. I had the honor of being Lynda's hairstylist. Every 4 weeks she would arrive for her appointment at least 15 minutes early. She would come with a book and a Starbucks and patiently wait for out time together to begin..Unlike most women Lynda's age, the " usual" was not something that she wanted. Each and every time, she would request a different look. She had a catalog of different photos..As an artist, she gave me the freedom to do my craft. As her friend, she gave me the wisdom of her years, and her excitement of her youthful spirit. The most important thing for Lynda was her family. Her love and her pride for each of them was limitless. i heard about every ones accomplishments and success. Her love of her life...Bernie. She loved that man.How lucky he was. Truth be told, we're all lucky..Having Lynda in our lives, only made life better..She leaves us a legacy and memories for each of us to cherish. Thank you Lynda. You will be missed. ...until we meet again
Carole mayer left a message on February 14, 2024:
I am so sorry to hear about my Friend. We spent many new years.eve together with Richard and Lilly had a lot of laughs...She invited to her house for dinner when girls were little it was fun...I have .great pictures of her at my wedding. .We were together through. happy times and sad times. It was a Honer having Lynd as my friend. .. Carole Mayer
Taylor Russell left a message on February 12, 2024:
Aunt Lynda, it was an honor and a privilege to call you my aunt. You put a smile on each face that you came across in your life and you left a positive mark everywhere you went. No matter the distance between us (being in different states), you made the effort to reach out as much as you could and remind me of how much you loved me and how proud you were of me. On bad days, I could always depend on you to turn my frown upside down. Losing my father (your brother) at a very young age was difficult, but you made that hard time easier by being in my life and sharing all of the memories you had with my dad. I remember visiting you in New York when I was very young and my dad was still around, it was one of the best trips I have had to this day and one of the most memorable. I will miss seeing pictures of your most recent adventures with your daughters and grandchildren. I will miss hearing your voice and being able to reach out to you during times like this where I could really use your reassuring words. I am devastated that you won’t be able to attend my wedding, but I will leave reserved chairs for you and dad in both of your memory. I love you so much and words cannot describe how sad I am after losing you but I know we will meet again and you will be waiting with a big smile and laugh with your arms wide open. Until we meet again you beautiful human being, Taylor Russell xoxo
Taylor Russell left a message on February 12, 2024:
Aunt Lynda, I am lighting this candle in your honor and to continue to light up the room as much as you did. I love and miss you so much. Until we meet again, Taylor Russell xoxo
Jane Russell left a message on February 9, 2024:
We will miss you so much Lynda. So much life and gone way too soon for us. We love you!
Jordan Russell left a message on February 9, 2024:
One of the best parts of my day was being able to call my aunt Lynda and talk for hours. She always gave the best advice when I really needed it but I will forever miss those phone calls. My biggest regret is never having enough to come see her but she always understood and we enjoyed our phone calls. She had such a warmth about her. I will forever miss her laugh and her constant positivity. Lynda was someone you could meet once and remember for a lifetime. She was such a beautiful person with SO much love for her friends and family. I loved her so much, the world feels emptier without her in it. I feel honored to have been loved in such a way that no matter what I felt her love and how proud she was. She was my best friend. I know she's smiling down on us and would want us to celebrate how beautifully she lived her life and the memories she made with us. My thoughts and prayers go out to her daughters, my cousins. I send you all my love. xo
Evelyn DeLuna left a message on February 9, 2024:
So sorry to hear of Lynda's passing. She was a beautiful person with a beautiful soul. She loved and was so proud of her children and grandchildren. My condolences to them. May she rest in peace
Ronnie DiSalvo left a message on February 9, 2024:
Lynda was the first neighbor to congratulate us July 1978 when we moved in to our house on Pond Road. Very pleasant, always with a smile. Condolences from Ron and Kimberly to the Judge family.
Patty Voelpel left a message on February 9, 2024:
You will be missed beyond words, xo
Dotty Arola left a message on February 8, 2024:
My deepest condolences to Lynda’s family. I will never forget your sweet mother. Such a loving, full of life lady. She was such a caring friend. Prayers of peace for your family.
Jane Russell left a message on February 8, 2024:
Your life was such a blessing to our family.
Rosemary McMenamin left a message on February 8, 2024:
My sincere condolences to all of Lynda’s family, Lynda will be missed, such a caring person with a beautiful smile. I will always remember our times together Rest in Peace Lynda ❤️
Betty Brosche left a message on February 8, 2024:
Lynda and I go back over 50 years of having a great friendship with both Bernie and Lynda. Our kids used to play together at times. I am deeply saddened at the loss of my Best Friend Forever (BFF). Lynda was vivacious, loved life, and her family especially all her grandkids. She was so proud of all of you. Lynda will be sorely missed but know she's in the loving arms of her wonderful husband, Bernie, once again. My deepest condolences to her daughters and family members at this heartbreaking time. RIP Beautiful Lynda.
Jeanne Harms left a message on February 8, 2024:
Dear Barbara: I just wanted to express my sympathy to you and your sister on your mothers passing. I knew your mom well from Holy Cross Lutheran Church. I’m also good friends with Barbara Breuning who knew your mom. Will keep you and your family in my prayers.
Kevin Cunningham left a message on February 8, 2024:
Condolences and prayers to her beautiful family. She was a wonderful friend and neighbor. Lynda, rest easy and you will be missed.
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Joyce Sorrese left a message on February 8, 2024:
I am shocked and saddened to hear of Lynda's passing. I will miss her smiling face, warmth and wonderful optimism. I pray for comfort and peace for Lynda's Daughters and Grandchildren. She loved you all so much. Rest in Peace, Lynda.
Susan Montefusco Rodriguez left a message on February 8, 2024:
In memory of Lynda L. Judge, Susan Montefusco Rodriguez lit a candle
Maria Hagenberger left a message on February 8, 2024:
Although I have only encountered a few conversations with Lynda I quickly learned what a warm, caring person she was. To all of her family I extend my condolence. To the community we have lost a great supporter, lynda was one in a million.
Lauren left a message on February 8, 2024:
I love you always! Xoxo
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