Judith M. Anthony
February 12, 1939 – February 27, 2019
Preceded in death by parents, Roy and Evalyn Ayer; brother, Paul Ayer; sister, Junavue Beck. Survived by daughter, Evalyn LeAnne Rutten (Paul); son, Eugene Anthony (Robin); seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; brother, Richard Ayer (Nancy); sister, Maggie Curtis; nieces and nephews.
SERVICES: Saturday, March 9th at 2pm, West Center Chapel. In lieu of flowers, memorials will be directed by the family.
Our sympathy to your family on the loss of your mother. We have fond memories of family get togethers with Aunt Evalyn and Uncle Roy. and all of the Ayers. We enjoyed seeing all of the members of your families growing each year. Birthday parties at the church with pot luck dinner were the best!
Prayers to you all. Scott and Katie Darling
LeAnne & Geno…I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are so special to the Beaumont clan. I’m sure our parents, Donna and Paul, Grandma Evie and Grandpa Roy are all having such a good time in heaven. They’ve got a lot of catching up to do. God bless you. May all the love and memories help you through this difficult time. I will miss her!
Our thoughts and prayers to Judy’s family. She and our mom Rachel were good friends. May Judy rest in peace as she watches over you all from the best seat in the house.
Dick, Nancy and Maggie: My sincere sympathy in the passing of Judy, May you find solace that she is now with her heavenly family.
We extend our sympathies to Judy’s family. Cherish those memories of special family times. She and I were classmates at Lyons High School and we celebrated our 50-year class reunion in May 2006 in Lyons where we shared lots of memories. I remember a group of the “country kids” always ate our sack lunches in the Home Ec room during our high school years. May you feel the loving arms of our Lord enfold you in the weeks ahead.