Judith S. Robertson

Date of Birth

March 22, 1943

Date of Death

February 24, 2022

Judith S. Robertson originally of Sherman Oaks, California passed Thursday February 24, 2022 at home surrounded by loved ones.

Judy was born March 22, 1943 to Isaac and Thelma (Ritz) Scolney. She was a Veteran of the United States Air Force, where she served as a Captain in Thailand during the Vietnam War. Judy is survived by her brother Peter Scolney and sister-in-law Kathleen Crandell, daughters Rachel Miller and Rebecca Robertson, son-in-law Alexis Montiel and her beloved grandsons Jacob Miller and Daniel Montiel, Nalanii Taufahema, and countless friends.

She worked tirelessly as a sole proprietor of an international computer consulting company until she retired to dedicate her time to her love of community. You may have seen her around town, with her brightly colored hair, volunteering with many organizations that were dear to her heart including: Planned Parenthood, Lotusland, ShelterBox, and the Santa Barbara Independent Film Festival. She was an avid reader who passed on her love of the written word by encouraging her grandsons to read“Banned Books” and volunteering as Sci-Fi and Fantasy Coordinator for the Mary Jane McCord Planned Parenthood Book Sale.

Judy was a supporter of the arts who passed along her appreciation to her daughters and everyone around her. She enjoyed dance of all types, theater, musicals and especially 60’s protest music. She loved bringing people to the theater to see their first show. An independent spirit with a zest for life, she took up belly dancing at 60 years old.

Judy enjoyed anything in which her grandsons were interested. She spent many hours at sporting events and Boy Scout activities.

The most important thing she has passed on to those that loved her is her gift of giving to others.

In lieu of flowers, Judy would have loved donations in her name to the organizations she supported.


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