Judith F. Cason

Judith F. Cason

March 30, 1941 – June 16, 2022

 VISITATION: Thursday, June 23rd from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel.  GRAVESIDE SERVICE: Friday, June 24th at 9:30am, Calvary Cemetery.  MEMORIAL SERVICE: Friday, June 24th at 11am, Covenant Presbyterian Church, 15002 Blondo St.

To view a live broadcast of the Memorial Service, please visit www.heafeyheafey.com and click the “View Live Cast” button on the home page.

Judie was born in Omaha, Nebraska, on March 30, 1941, to Emil and Bernadean “Mickey” Ostronic.  She graduated from Marian High School in 1959.  She married Ray Williams in 1968, and together they raised five children plus numerous foster children.  Ray passed away in 2001.  Judie then met Alan Pilling in Bella Vista, Arkansas.  Judie and Alan were married until Alan passed away.  Judie then met her current husband, Thomas Cason; they were married on October 8, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada.  They lived in Omaha for a few years until they had enough of the cold weather and decided to make their permanent home in Mesa, Arizona.

Judie worked as a secretary at Roto-Rooter in Omaha for several years until she and Ray retired in Bella Vista, Arkansas, where she worked as a secretary for the Property Owners’ Association.

Judie was preceded in death by her father, Emil Ostronic; mother, Bernadean “Mickey” Ostronic; son, Darrell Williams; granddaughter, Glenda Crowson; and great-granddaughter, Brooklyn Williams.  Judie is survived by her husband, Thomas Cason; sister, Linda Roberge (Brian); sons: Randy Williams, Scott Williams, Dwight Williams (Annette), and Eric Cason (Jamie); daughters, Jodie Williams and Shelby Brandt (Jason); daughter-in-law, Beth Williams (Darrell).  Judie was a very proud and loving grandmother of 22 and great-grandmother of 23.  She also had one niece, two nephews, two grandnieces, and two grandnephews.  Judie also leaves behind her best friend and cousin, Sally Swanson (John).

Judie loved everyone she met, and chances are if you met her, she considered you family.  She gave the best hugs and made you feel so much better after receiving one.  She loved travelling and times spent with loved ones.


  • Noah williams Posted June 22, 2022 5:20 pm

    I didn’t know her at all but she was my great grandmother. I really wish I knew more of my family so these things wouldn’t be as awkward. We all know she’s in a better place and god received another angel.

  • Mary Wood Posted June 23, 2022 1:39 pm

    I was privileged to spend time with Judie twice. Her great grandson was the bond between us. She kept in touch by social media, and her great grandson loved the contact. She was kind and loving, and did indeed give great hugs!

  • Sally Swanon Posted June 24, 2022 8:18 am

    Judie and I were born 2 months apart and remained close as two peas in a pod for 81 yrs.! Even if we weren’t physically close, we were together in our hearts! We had so much fun together. We as a whole family will miss her so much!

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