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For the last 11 years of her life - Judy had Alzheimer's disease. But that didn't stop her love of life. Judy continued to appreciate art and, although she was not able to paint - she spent hours coloring with particular attention paid to color selection. Even as the disease started to take her vocabulary, Judy still imparted wisdom and advice. Whether weighing in on how to select a college (choose for yourself, not your mother), giving dating advice (make sure you like the parents as much as the girl), or simply picking out the right piece of furniture (something soft but not too close to the ground), you could on Judy to be honest and insightful - drawing from some deep well of stored knowledge.
And she loved to give compliments. Her philosophy was that if she could make someone smile, why wouldn't she. But there was always truth in her comments - if she didn't think your clothing matched; well, she would let you know that too. She was especially fond of babies and would take any opportunity to interact with them and give compliments to their parents if the children were well behaved or dressed in a cute outfit. Of course, her great-grandkids were the light of her life and she spent countless hours enjoying their company.
To the very end, Judy and Fred would enjoy nightly walks holding hands and a cocktail while watching the sunset. Many an evening, while watching their favorite shows, Judy would reach over and grab Fred's hand, telling him how much she loved him.
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