Georgia Margaret Judy
Georgia Margaret Judy Passed away November 18, 2020 with her daughter Kathleen at her side. Born Georgia Margaret Bonn 2/23/1919 in Santa Barbara. A graduate of Santa Barbara High School in 1937. She met her husband Ralph at a USO dance in Santa Barbara. She met her sweetheart and love of her life. My father said there was 2 women he was going to ask to dance but my mother had better looking legs. She did till the day she died no varicose veins at all. They found themselves on 11/7/1942 at Our lady of Sorrows Church and literally took the vow
“Till death do us part”. She remained faithfully with him for 60 years till his passing in 2002. Ralph was stationed in WWII at Fort Ord. Georgia was living in Carmel and working at a Jewelry store. After the war they settled in Santa Barbara where they raised 3 children. Georgia worked at the phone company then the county hospital in Santa Barbara where she was a telephone operator and finally retired from Sansum clinic. She loved Bingo where she played at the Elke’s lodge and Valle Verde. She did lunch duty for many years at San Roque School. She loved her Hershey bars and coca-cola. She was the best Mother, wife, Nannie (grandmother) and great-grandmother. She was the best loving mother, so supportive and had unconditional love and the best sense of humor and very very feisty. She loved animals particularly cats and dogs. You won her over if you had a Hershey bar a coke and a dog or cat. She was preceded in death by her Parents Theodore and Andrea, her husband Ralph, Sister Frances and loving son Patrick. She is survived by her daughter Kathleen and another daughter. Grandchildren Diane, Justin and Samantha and 5 other grandchildren. She also had 9 great grandchildren. A special heartfelt thanks to Valle Verde Health Center. To many to thank and the special love you showed her and great care. A special thank you to Marisela and Michael. Thank you Dr. Armet, Dr. Geiler, Fr. Steve Downes. Thank you to Assisted living and hospice care Aretha, Brent, Mayra, Nichiren and Kathy. In Lieu of flowers the family asks a donation made to Team Member Appreciation fund (TMAF) at Valle Verde in her name. Checks payable to Valle Verde Foundation. In Memo: TMAF. Mail to 900 Calle Del Los Amigos Santa Barbara, CA 93105. A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.
Services Entrusted to McDermott-Crockett Mortuary