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Judith L Frey

I got the following email from Barbara Brubaker: I will attempt to obtain the obituary.

From:  Barbara Brubaker

Just wanted to let you know that Judith L. Frey passed away on May 7 at her home in Port Orchard, WA


The following is the obitruary from Judy sister via Barbara Brubaker:

Judy Frey of Port Orchard, WA, died on May 7, 2018. Judy was born on March 1, 1942 to the late Jane and Bernard Frey in Altoona, PA. She matriculated through the Altoona school system, graduating in 1960 then went on to graduate from Penn State University, receiving a B.A. in 1963 and a Master’s in Education in 1970.

Much of Judy’s time growing up was spent at her parents’ “cottage” at the Raystown Dam near Huntingdon, PA. They also traveled across the country many summers to visit relatives in Northridge, CA. On the first trip across the USA in 1948, she celebrated her 6th birthday on her great aunt’s sunny patio.

Acquiring a love of travel from the trips with her parents, Judy continued traveling throughout her life. She has visited all 50 states, 6 continents, North and South America, Africa, Asia and Europe; and she crossed the Equator, the International Date Line and strolled the Prime Meridian at Greenwich, England. She visited Europe over 11 times.

Her career was spent teaching school at Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines, in Missouri and she eventually retired from the Bremerton School District. In between teaching positions, she worked at community colleges in MO (State Fair Community College), in CA (Napa) and at Olympic College in Bremerton, WA.

Surviving Judy are her sister Joan (Art) Pore of Gettysburg, PA; nieces Sandie (Tom) Dugan of Rockville, MD and Jackie (Danny) Shaw of Salisbury, NC; four great nephews, one great niece; and six great-great nephews and nieces. Also surviving her are her cat companions Bernie and Josephine.




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05/12/18 08:38 AM #1    

Linda L Murphy (Ferguson)

So sorry to read about Judy.  Condolences to her family and friends.

05/12/18 11:35 AM #2    

Marlene M Farrow (Johnson)

I was sadden to read of the passing of Judy. I have fond memories of her at high school events.

My prayers go out to her family and friends.





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