Condolence & Memory Journal

A life richly livedmy condolences to you all

Posted by Shannon Webster    September 30, 2021

So sorry to hear of Judy's passing. We did not see each other that much however we were still related. May you rest in peace Judy. T

Posted by Tom & Kathy McDowell - Middleburg, FL - Family   September 28, 2021

Just found out about this. Judy was my second mom. Lived next door for over 30 years. Kim,Sean and families, my thoughts are with you at this time. She and Mom will be sharing stories from the neighborhood.

Posted by Mary Carroll - LITTLETON, MA - Family Friend   September 25, 2021

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I am so damn sorry, Kim and Sean. Your mom meant the world to me. She was one of those people that was there for me at the worst time when I lost my mom. She was there for us growing up. She was funny, kind and tried to make me eat broccoli! (never forget this!) I loved her so much, I am so sorry. Too many memories of Mrs. Sheehan growing up. When I was married she told me I could call her Judy now, but nope, never could, she was always Mrs. Sheehan to me. I am so sorry, I know how bad it hurts. My heart goes out to you both and your families.

Posted by Wendy McFarland - Southbridge, MA - Family Friend   September 24, 2021

We all ( the neighborhood kids) loved Judy and respected her. Even at my age of 60 when I last saw her last, I referred to her as Mrs Sheehan, a habit I found hard to break. She was always smiling and even when she was angry with one of us, we knew she had our best interest at heart . She will missed by so many.

Posted by Nancy Withee (Coslett) - Kittery, ME   September 24, 2021

Oh, Judy, Judy, Judyyou will be sorely missed. You've been a fabulous friend and one time neighbor. We had some wonderful and fantastic times together that I shall never forget. By now I'm sure you and Donny are settling in for a marathon game of pay me.

Posted by Linda Currier - Raymond, NH - Friend   September 23, 2021

Judy's passing has been felt by all here at Lyttleton Green.
She was a true friend and always had a positive outlook.
My deepest sympathy to her family and many friends.

Barry M, Curcio,
Apt.3-H, Littleton Green

Posted by Barry Curcio - Littleton, MA - Neighbor   September 22, 2021

Kim, Sean, and families we are so sorry for your loss. Aunt Judy was such a very special person. I'll never forget the first time Kevin brought me to a Camp Eaton dance. She made me feel so welcome. We will miss her laughter and smile.

Posted by Carol-Jean Sheehan - Reading, MA - Family   September 22, 2021

Kim, Sean and family
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Judy was a loving lady. She had a great smile. My children remember her for the trampoline. She will be greatly missed. All our love to you

Posted by Dan & Alma Sheehan - Goodlettsville, TN - Family   September 21, 2021