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Amber Micka posted a condolence
Tuesday, January 15, 2019My condolences to the family for your loss of Ms. Barnes. May God strengthen and comfort you with his promise of the resurrection. Acts 24:15
Jon L. Elsberry posted a condolence
Tuesday, January 8, 2019Judy and I were classmates at RPI working on our Masters degrees in 1970 and 1971. She was smart, stunningly pretty, and sharp witted beyond her years. We became friends and remained so as our careers took us in different directions around the world. I will always remember her laughter and sparkling eyes as she spun her stories. She was bigger than life to this small-town boy from Idaho. She took me to my first ice hockey game at RPI. She was a stunner and so was her language. She quipped, "Oh, you just check your brains at the door and gather them when you leave." She made a positive impression on everyone around her at school and throughout her remarkable career. Such a talent. Her obituary stated, "the Judester has left the building." But, she will never leave my heart.
N perez posted a condolence
Monday, December 31, 2018May I offer my sincere condolences. May your hearts find comfort in God's Word where it states: "He will swallow up death forever, and the Lord will wipe the tears from all faces." (Isaiah 25:8) May your loved one awaken to a world where there will be peace, no sickness (Isaiah 33:24), and no more troubles (Revelation 21:4) throughout eternity (Psalm 37:29). May your hearts find comfort and hope in God’s Word, family, friends and good memories at this time. My deepest sympathy to you.
KAREN Opalka/chet opalka posted a condolence
Thursday, December 27, 2018our brilliant and hystrerical buddy, we started missing you awhile ago,but memories live forver we really love and loved you very much. Will remember your laugh and spirit...... you gave us a Japenese stone that meant goodness, and I touchstone your spririt always. Karen and Chet
Ken Heaning posted a condolence
Sunday, December 23, 2018Dear Judy, you were a customer of ours for many many years. We always looked forward to you coming in and making us all laugh. You made it a point to talk to all my employees and give them gifts on the holidays. We are so going to miss that wonderful, beautiful, lovely laugh and made us all smile. You will forever be missed at The UPS store. Till the next time I see you, Ken.
Maggie Smith posted a condolence
Thursday, December 20, 2018Many years ago I worked at Mayfair on Wolf Road in Albany. Judy was head of advertising and such a fun loving and talented person. She and her crew stopped everyday at three for a tea party, complete with China cups and tea cakes..it was a way to destress and connect with each other while discussing future ad campaigns...unique, one of a kind, sweet lady RIP
John and Delia Martin posted a condolence
Thursday, December 20, 2018We have many fond, and cherished memories of Christmas, Thanksgiving, and family picnics with Judy. She would light up a room with her presence. She'll have a special place in our hearts forever, a very dear and special friend. Hope we'll meet again someday. Rest in peace.
Pam Schweighart posted a condolence
Wednesday, December 19, 2018That was so well written. Aunt Judy will always be remembered for the reasons stated above, but especially her laugh and generosity.
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Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Vincent Lepera posted a condolence
Wednesday, December 19, 2018Having the privilege of sharing more than twenty years together with Judy can only be expressed now in memories. Her life was filled with laughter, generosity, curiosity, remarkable intelligence, and sincere caring for others. Her passing relieved her from a terrible burden so unfair to a brilliant mind. Rest in peace my love till we meet again.
Mark and MaryKate McCarty posted a condolence
Wednesday, December 19, 2018Heartfelt condolences for such an amazing and beautiful woman. Bravo to Valerie and Benita for their heroic efforts in ensuring the best of care for her.Friendship at its finest. Her presence in the community will last forever. Mark and Mary Kate McCarty
Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson posted a condolence
Wednesday, December 19, 2018People often are called special people, but in this instance it truly describes Judy Barnes. Judy was special to me because she was on the Presidential Search Committee that brought me to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Her enthusiasm and commitment had a major impact on my seriously considering the Presidency of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Moreover, her infectious and hearty laugh, but more importantly, her quiet support (and sometimes, not so quiet) of people and causes she believed in were quite striking. It is so sad to see her go, but I now believe that relative to the last few years, she is in a better place. I, and all of us at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, will forever miss her. Sincerely, Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph. D. President, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Mary & Tom Armata posted a condolence
Wednesday, December 19, 2018We spent many memorable Thanksgivings with Judy, her parents, sister and our extended family. Her laugh was outrageous but we will never forget it. She sure could collect clothes, wow! Since we moved to TN she would call us every once in a while to catch up. What can we say, just going to miss her but we will always, always remember the good times we had with her.
John Corey posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 18, 2018The Laugh, O the Laugh! She would appear on days when mere mortals like us were at work, bringing 'cones' (meaning mint chip ice cream), snd we would stand up from our tasks and take in the joy of her company and together solve all the world's problems, if only for a while. And always, the Laugh. And always a thank-you note. Would that I could give her one today.
Neal Giorgi posted a condolence
Monday, December 17, 2018Judy was always the life of the party at Thanksgiving Dinner was a honor to have known her. Rest In Peace my dear friend. You will be missed :(
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Monday, December 17, 2018
Kara L Giorgi posted a condolence
Monday, December 17, 2018Since I was young she has always been my 'Aunt Judy' she had the biggest boldest smile, her laugh contagious! Her hair the best! Oh and that white Acura I remember from probably 15 years ago. She gave me me and my sister our first OPI nail polish at the age of 10, dark maroon and black of course. Brought us to the Desmond restaurant and let us order ANYTHING at the age of 12. She was the hippest! I believe my love of black clothing came from her as well. Our pictures and the absolute BEST Thanksgiving memories will NEVER be forgotten! She really was one of the strongest most brilliant female influences in my childhood. An Angel looking down on all of us with joy and laughter <3
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Monday, December 17, 2018
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