Judith Marie Lane, “Judy”, as everyone knew her, was a good-hearted woman who would do what she could for others. She was born and raised in Van Buren. She had various jobs through the years, and then was a homemaker. She moved to Gas City with her husband and children in 1979 where she remained until entering the nursing home full-time last year.

She never met a stranger and was always kind to others. She enjoyed serving at New Hope Baptist Church where she was a member for 41 years. She loved to cook and bake and share with friends and family. She was most famous for her apple dumplings. Judy was a social butterfly who always made friends and freely loved people.

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