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Judith Marie Williams
  • Passed away on March 15, 2022

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Judith Marie Williams (Eidson) died on March 15, 2022 in Ocala, Florida after a brief illness. She is survived by her husband of 54 years Ron, son Mark and his significant other Cynthia Eames of Richmond, Virginia, brother and sister in law Dennis and Eleanor Eidson of Palm Coast, Florida, her two grandchildren Morgan and McCall Williams of Richmond, Virginia and her niece and nephew Maria Erdman & Brian Eidson. She was predeceased by her mother and father, Ovie and Helen Eidson and a twin brother who died at birth. She is also survived by her three cats Zane, Andi and Patrick who she loved dearly.

Judy was born in Kansas City, Missouri on January 26, 1948 and attended Grandview High School and the Conservatory of Music at the University of Missouri Kansas City where she majored in music and met her husband Ron who was a fellow student. After college and the birth of her son she worked for Sutherland Lumber for a number of years. They relocated to Richmond, Virginia in 1987 and she was employed in the corporate offices of Circuit City until 2009 when she retired. They relocated in 2017 to Ocala, Florida where she and Ron enjoyed the Florida lifestyle.

Judy was a kind and gentle soul who was a friend to all she met. She was an avid crafter and particularly enjoyed rug hooking. She was a member of the James River Rug Hookers and the Searsport Rug Hooking group. She also enjoyed traveling and reading and spending time with family. She was a fan of both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Royals. She was loved and will be missed by all who knew her.

A memorial service will be held in Richmond at a later date.

The family wishes to thank the doctors and nurses and all of the staff at West Marion Community Hospital who took great care of her in her final days.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to the Richmond Animal League, VOCAL (Voices Of Change Animal League – Ocala, Florida) or C.A.R.E.(Cat Adoption and Rescue Effort – Richmond, Virginia).


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  1. Lura Dillard lit a candle:
    22 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 22, 2022 at 3:04:53 PM

  2. Julie Savoy says:
    19 Mar 2022
    Words are truly inadequate in expressing my sadness over the loss of Judy. Judy was the sweetest, kindest, most gentle person I have ever had the privilege of knowing and loving. I will forever cherish the memories of the times we shared together here in New Orleans. Judy enjoyed the spirit and uniqueness that is N.O., wandering thru the French Quarter, exploring its little shops and savoring the experience of great food at our most favorite restaurants. We had such beautiful times together that will live with me forever. My heart is breaking with sorrow, and my heart is with you, Ron and Mark.

  3. Julie Savoy lit a candle:
    19 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 19, 2022 at 3:39:06 PM

  4. Julie Savoy says:
    19 Mar 2022
    Words are truly inadequate in expressing my deep sadness over the loss of Judy. Judy was the sweetest, kindest and most gentle person I've ever had the privilege of knowing and loving. I will forever cherish the memories of the times we spent together here in New Orleans. Judy enjoyed the spirit and uniqueness that is N.O., wandering through the French Quarter and savoring the food and experiences that we shared at our most favorite restaurants. My heart is breaking with sorrow, and my heart is always with you, Ron.

  5. Larry Williams says:
    18 Mar 2022
    Judy's spirit is so kind, gentle and loving. She was one of the most easy-going people I have ever known and made every one around her feel good. My brother Ron has been truly blessed to have had Judy in his life as his wife and mother of their son, Mark for 54 years. A life well lived. Love to you Ron and Mark.

    Larry

  6. CANDYCE GOLDMAN says:
    18 Mar 2022
    Dear Ron and Mark-
    I’ve known and loved Judy for the 54 years that she and Ron were married. When we all lived in KC, I loved babysitting Mark and having many sleepovers. Judy and I grew up together, going out to dinner and dancing. She was always happy and we were usually laughing and cooking new dishes together. Judy was always there for me and I learned so much from her. I don’t think I’ve ever known a more easy —going and patient person. She was the sister I always wanted and I’ll miss her terribly. Ron and Mark, I’m always just a text away, please let me know if I can help in any way. I love you both,
    Candy

  7. Denise Williams says:
    18 Mar 2022
    Dearest Judy, What a beautiful legacy and example you set with Ron as a couple for 54 years! You two always seemed to have fun together. I loved seeing the photos of your travels to beautiful places and the yummy meals you guys enjoyed! You were a gentle soul and the world needs more of those. You will be missed. Denise WiIliams

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