Judy was born August 5, 1976 in Farmington, New Mexico. Judy was living in Oklahoma City, OK at the time of her passing.
Judy came into this world a blazing fire knowing no limitations. She put her whole self into everything she did. Her laugh and smile were contagious. People took notice when she walked into a room and it wasn’t just because of her red hair. Judy’s dynamic personality is something not easily forgotten. Mixed with joy in her life was also pain and now she no longer has to suffer.
Judy will be remembered for her amazing hair, her quick wit, fearless approach to life and her four beautiful daughters. The most important things to remember about Judy is she loved her daughters, even when she wasn’t well enough to raise them. She always wanted to be free from her addictions, she knew Christ and she believed in eternity where she now rests.. If she were here to speak for herself she would first say how proud she is of what her girls have become or are becoming. Judy would also appeal to the families of those with someone struggling with addiction to never give up on them, if all you can give is prayer that is fine, just don’t ever stop. If you are someone struggling with an addiction, Judy would say, never give up on yourself, there is always somewhere to seek help.
Judy was preceded in death by both sets of grandparents, Richard Hugh Turner And Elsie Mae Stephens Turner; Paul Richard Spencer and Patricia Alice Love Spencer. She is survived by both parents Robert Edward Turner and Lesily Jill Spencer Turner; her sister, Leiani Alice Turner Watson; her daughters, Sayble Paige Turner, Trenity Ann Turner, Dejea’ C. Jefferson and Jade Isabelle Jefferson; two grandchildren, Marley Anneliese and Brody Greg Thompson and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews that loved Judy very much.
Judy’s favorite scripture from the Bible was Ephesians 3:18-19 “And may you have the power to understand, as all God’s people should, how wide, how long, how high, and how deep his love is. May you experience the love of Christ, though it is too great to understand fully. Then you will be made complete with all the fullness of life and power that comes from God.”
Celebration of life will be August 8th in Bayfield, Colorado being laid to rest alongside her grandparents and great grandmother.
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