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Judy Day

Judy Day

Friday, September 22nd, 1944 - Tuesday, September 15th, 2020
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On Tuesday, September 15, 2020, Judy Day, loving wife and mother, went to be with her Lord at the age of 75. Judy was born September 22, 1944, in Rock Island , IL to Morris and Winifred Muhleman. She graduated from Rock Island High School and married Allen Day, who was by her side when she passed away. Al and Judy celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary this year. Together they raised three boys, Jerry, Tim and Pete, while living in seven different states.

Judy and Al considered Abilene, KS, home after moving there in 1977. Their home on 8th Street was a gathering place for many high school students, as Judy had the gift of hospitality and great cooking skills. After Judy and Al helped start Community Bible Church in Abilene, Judy enjoyed working in the children’s ministry. She also enjoyed her role as an elementary school reading aide at Garfield Elementary.

Judy is survived by her husband, Allen, of Rogers, AR, son Jerry and his wife, Alise, of Oklahoma City, OK, son Tim and wife, Sarah, of Gilbert, IA, and son Pete and wife, Kristin, of Rogers, AR. She is survived by ten grandchildren, five great grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and friends in several states.

A public visitation will be held on Friday, September 25, from 4:30-7:30pm at Community Bible Church, 1400 N. Cedar, Abilene, KS. Those attending are asked to wear face coverings and practice social distancing.

A private funeral will be held September, 26. The funeral will be live streamed on the Community Bible Church facebook page. Also, the service will be able to be viewed on the church website at www.cbiblec4me.com on September 28. Please call the church office at 785-263-4025 with any questions about how to watch the service.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial donations be made on behalf of Judy to Community Bible Church in Abilene.
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    Community Bible Church
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    1400 N Cedar
    ABILENE, KS
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    Community Bible Church
    Address
    1400 N Cedar
    ABILENE, KS
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email

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Posted at 10:54am
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Greg and Debbie Davis

Posted at 05:11pm
Al and family: We have had the pleasure of knowing Judy and Al for many years, even before we purchased their home on 8th St in Abilene, in 1989, where we still live. Judy was a blessing to anyone and everyone she came in contact with. She had a love for people and did what she could to enrich others lives. She was such a prayer warrior and always ready to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with others. She will be greatly missed, but is rejoicing in Heaven, where she is at peace. So many wonderful memories, Al, for you and your family to draw from during this time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Greg and Debbie Davis
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Linda Dickman

Posted at 02:04pm

Dear Al and family,

I am so saddened by Judy’s passing but have joy in knowing she is with our God and at peace. Judy was my very first friend at three and a half years old. We went to Sunday School together at Central Presbyterian Church in Rock Island, and we only lived a few blocks apart on 25th Street. I can remember our mothers standing on the corner, mine on 14th Avenue and hers on 17th Avenue to watch us as we walked to meet each other to play. We started in kindergarten and were in school together until 3rd grade when her dad became county sheriff and they moved to the sheriff’s residence. Then the Friday night sleepovers began along with many fun and spooky explorations of the county jail!

We weren’t in school together again until high school and had different circles of friends but always stayed connected through church. I was one of Judy’s bridesmaids and she was one of mine, so many years ago. You settled in Kansas and we settled in Michigan so our friendship continued by mail, phone and a few scattered visits. Whenever we got together it was just like “old times.”

Judy was a kind, compassionate and thoughtful friend growing up and I know those attributes defined her. I have been flooded with thoughts and memories of her all week. I will miss her upbeat notes and our conversations. She will always be a wonderful memory in my heart!

Tom and I are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

Linda (Eckermann) Dickman
Trenton, MI
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Carol Garner

Posted at 10:31am
Dynamite in a small package! Her Godly Love and laughter shine thru in my memories. So blessed to get to be touched by her in my life. You all were never know all she did behind the scenes and for people. We are all better people for getting to spend time with her! Thank you Al, for sharing her! Carol Garner
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