Judith Hall

05/19/1950 - 05/22/2020

Obituary for Judith Hall

Judith Hall age 70 passed away Friday May 22, 2020. She was born May 19, 1950 in Hazard, KY to the late Edward M. and Roberta (nee Hammons) Hall. Judith is survived by sisters in law Lucille Hall, Olamae Hall, Wanda Hall; numerous nephews and nieces including niece with a special relationship Darnetta (Randy) Kidd; step sisters Pat Parsons, Charlene Sturgill, Brenda Sturgill and was also survived by many other family and friends including the Harwood family. She was also preceded in death by brothers James L. Hall, James R. Hall, Kenneth Hall, Delmer Hall, Ed Hall, Jr. Visitation and burial at Butler County Memorial Park to take place at the family’s convenience. The Webster Funeral Home, Fairfield is serving the family. Memorial donations may be made to the funeral home on behalf of the family. www.websterfuneralhomes.com

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Aunt Judy , you will be missed so much by so many...I will miss most your laugh...not to mention your joking ways...your beautiful smile when they call your King number and it goes to the top...I'm sorry I can't show my last respect to you but obviously it's a Covid19 world. Save me a spot in heaven next to you and Pooh....I love you
- Phyllis Turner
I'm at a loss of words right now. Judy was not just my friend, she was a part of my family for many years. She took family vacations, spent birthday and holidays with us, This past 6 months was very hard for Judy, being in the hospital for all the holidays, unable to attend events. Judy was there for every good and bad moment of my life for me and my family. This is a very hard loss for us. The only pease we have is knowing she will suffer no more. RIP my sweet friend, until we meet again.
- Cindy Findley
Oh I don't know where to begin , we were so much more than aunt and niece, we were family but also friends, I will never forget when you had your open heart surgery and I think their were about eight of us in the room all nieces and the nurse said to you have any kids and you had a tube in your throat not able to speak you nodding your head yes and pointed at all of us we all just laughed so hard , and agreed. Thursday will be so hard I really don't want to say goodbye, but I didn't like seeing you suffer. So fly high my dearest aunt I love you to the stars !!! Always Darnetta
- Darnetta Kidd
I just had called and wished you a Happy Birthday then 3 days later you were gone...How life changes happen in just a blink of an eye!! You were not just an Aunt to all of your nieces & nephews but a giver and friend as well.I don't think none of us could say we didn't have a story about a place you took us or an adventure we experienced with you:) I hope now you will no longer suffer and that you rejoice with the rest of our family...RIP My Dearest Auntie!!
- Rhonda Koch

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