The End

Judith Anne Wheeler April 16 1948 Dec 10 2017

Florie at Judy's funeral Mass

Florie Matthews did the first reading

Ted delivers the Eulogy at Judy's Funeral

One if the toughest jobs was delivering the eulogy for Judy. I feel the words were right but it was very hard getting through our lives together in such a context.

We sing If You Believe

Florie had put the words to a song when my sister Pearl Florence Elliott died Jan 7 2016. There are four short verses and a chorus but it has such great meaning. So I invited Grandchildren to sing it with me, Andrew was the loudest.

The Priests at Judy's Funeral Mass

Judy was very much a part of the church and we went to two over our life time together. The Priests in this photo all had close contact with both of us and they were chooked to hear of her sudden passing.

From left to right they are Fr. Charles, Fr. Greg, Fr. Mike and Fr. Larry. The other two gentalmen were  acting as alter servers.

This page marks the end of life as we know it. I will now have to try and remake my life on my own with the help of all who care about and for me. If you search around on this site you will know how in touch with each other Judy and I were. I refereed to us as part of the Social Exchange theory. To me it represents how you come into the life of someone and you just click so well together. They have all that is needed to complete you and you have what they depend on for completion. That is the way it was for Judy and I.

Judy could do so much on her own, but she could not drive and due to her lack of good eye site needed some help getting around. I could get around, drive and work the power tools . But I seldom have to vision needed to do all the renovation work that we pulled off together. My life will never be the same with out her here, but then again it shouldn't be or my whole idea is wrong.

Judy had a very hard 2017 and there were lots of ups and downs.  Ups were our new kitchen that she loved and almost finished, teach two of our Grandchildren to do cursive writing and math. Downs were her cataracts that made her vision so much worse for most of the year and then her diagnosis of breast cancer. The diagnosis of Breast cancer did not stop her from doing the great research she had to do about it. Her 12 poems are fantastic guide to how Spiritually directed Judy was.