Judy Katherine Aicardi

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  1. Linda Broyles

    I went to school with Judy in Norcatur and spent many nights with her. Her Mother was such a great lady too. I call all of my 15 classmates on their birthday and had a great conversation with her last January 13th. We are all reeling in grief; but certainly know she is in a better place. We are so sorry for your loss.

  2. Wava Ward Reames

    I was so sorry to hear about Judy. I really enjoyed reconnecting with her these past two Junes when I came to Colorado. We started 1st grade together and went all 12 years in Norcatur. We are also related.
    I extend my deepest sympathy to her family. She told me how happy she was to be in Colorado with her family.

  3. Carol J Grover

    I knew Judy in 1966 when she was living with Everett and Peggy Kintigh Andrea and Cindy. She was a wonderful help with my young kids. We had kept in touch but I really regret not getting together recently. She should still be with us. So sad.

  4. Carole (Jackson) Salter

    I’m another Norcaturite and sister to Sharon Schulze. Being older then my sister and Judy, I was friends with Judy’s sister Phyllis. We lived one block over from the Roes and spent a lot of time there with her Mom and family. Had a nice long visit with Judy and her family at the last school reunion in 2015 after a long period of not seeing her. Was shocked to hear that she had passed – way too young. My heart goes out to her children, with sympathy.

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Judy Katherine Aicardi

In Loving Memory

Born:
January 13, 1947 Norton, Kansas

Passed Away:
November 17, 2017

Memorial Service
Services will be held December 9, 2017 11:00 am
Calvary Chapel 18900 E. Hampden Avenue
Aurora, CO 80013 (One block East of Tower Road and Hampden Ave. in Southeast Aurora)
 

Please consider donations to the Wounded Warrior Project, Organ Donation, and the Dumb Friends League: all foundations Judy believed in.

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Ms. Judy Katherine Aicardi, 70, passed away peacefully November 17, 2017, at Parker Adventist Hospital in Parker Colorado.

She was born January 13, 1947, in Norton Kansas to William and Nancy Roe. Judy was the youngest of nine children; 7 girls and 2 boys. She grew up in Norcatur, Kansas surrounded with family and friends.

Judy is survived by her daughter, Erin Brophy-Lindo her husband Jamie Lindo, her son Sean Brophy his wife Heather, and Jarred Brophy her grandson.

Judy loved her kids, her grandson, and her cat. She was always one to take care of others, bringing food, company, a smile, or a kind word. Family gatherings always consisted of food, laughter, love, and traditions. She loved playing games with the family and just talking about times gone by.

Judy became a hairdresser shortly after high school when she moved to Denver from Kansas. She worked hard until she was able to retire and move back to Colorado with her family. She may have moved several times as an adult (Arizona, Nevada, and Florida), but her home was always in Colorado with her kids and grandson. Her family was blessed to have her living with them for the past five years. She was the best kind of roommate and mom.

She loved to read, enjoyed cooking, sewed, crafted, and traveled when she could. You always knew where you stood with Judy. Her quick wit, sense of humor and ready smile was always there along with a “talking to” if you needed it. She loved with all her heart, believed in doing right, and was always taking care of her family. She was always buying a new pillow for the living room, a new comfy blanket, a new picture, or was cleaning or organizing something.

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  1. Linda Broyles

    I went to school with Judy in Norcatur and spent many nights with her. Her Mother was such a great lady too. I call all of my 15 classmates on their birthday and had a great conversation with her last January 13th. We are all reeling in grief; but certainly know she is in a better place. We are so sorry for your loss.

  2. Wava Ward Reames

    I was so sorry to hear about Judy. I really enjoyed reconnecting with her these past two Junes when I came to Colorado. We started 1st grade together and went all 12 years in Norcatur. We are also related.
    I extend my deepest sympathy to her family. She told me how happy she was to be in Colorado with her family.

  3. Carol J Grover

    I knew Judy in 1966 when she was living with Everett and Peggy Kintigh Andrea and Cindy. She was a wonderful help with my young kids. We had kept in touch but I really regret not getting together recently. She should still be with us. So sad.

  4. Carole (Jackson) Salter

    I’m another Norcaturite and sister to Sharon Schulze. Being older then my sister and Judy, I was friends with Judy’s sister Phyllis. We lived one block over from the Roes and spent a lot of time there with her Mom and family. Had a nice long visit with Judy and her family at the last school reunion in 2015 after a long period of not seeing her. Was shocked to hear that she had passed – way too young. My heart goes out to her children, with sympathy.

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