Judy Ellen Kline-Aycock, 72, of North Fort Myers met her Lord and Savior on Sunday, December 6th, 2020 at Cape Coral Hospital. Judy battled Coronavirus for nearly 30 days before the Lord decided to take her home; she fought this virus with grace, dignity, and above all else kindness…the nurses and hospital staff who cared for Judy were touched by her sweet nature and were honored to have cared for her. As many may know, Judy’s husband Jimmy Aycock is currently hospitalized at Cape Coral Hospital also battling Coronavirus, he is expected to make a full recovery, but we still need continued prayer for comfort and healing. Jimmy was able to be with Judy in her final hour as Hospital Staff rushed him from his hospital bed to her ICU room late Sunday evening. By God’s good graces he was able to say his final goodbyes, to the love of his life, Judy.
Judy was born on September 14, 1948 in Minnetonka, Minnesota. She is survived by her husband James Aycock, brother Chuck Kline, stepdaughter Michele Peters, grandson Timmy Peters, stepson Robert Aycock, his wife Alyssa Aycock granddaughter Rarity Aycock, adopted daughter Jessica Hernandez, her husband Raymond and grandson Gavin, Granddaughters Ashli Aycock-Bates, Brianna Aycock and Great Granddaughter Harmony.
Judy moved to Florida with her family when she was 17 where she resided for the remainder of her life. Judy spent 34 years on Sanibel Island where she and her husband owned a Law Firm and Title Company. After her husband’s passing Judy moved to Fort Myers where she met her beloved Husband James “Jimmy” Aycock, they were married on March 23, 2014, and were overjoyed to have found each other! Judy and Jimmy were dedicated owners and partners of Bayshore Guns and Gold of North Fort Myers. Judy and Jimmy are also proud members of the New Testament Baptist Church of Cape Coral where they teach Sunday School and minister to the church youth.
Judy led an extraordinary life filled with zest and enthusiasm! Anyone who crossed her path and learned of her life was inspired by her story. Her kindhearted spirit and love of the Lord helped her impact the lives of many. Judy always had an inherent connection to teenagers, she has been known to open her doors to youth in need, making them feel at home while teaching them about love, life, and the Lord. Judy was a dedicated Adult Female Sunday School Teacher and was gifted with the ability to reach the church youth through her knowledge of the Word. She could form a bond and connection with each of her students in a remarkable way only unique to Judy. Judy’s kindness spanned beyond the church where she was known to send cards, letters, and inspirational quotes via social medial to those she loved. Judy’s favorite scripture was from the book of Psalm, she would always know the exact scripture to offer hope to those in need. Her selflessness knew no bounds! Not only was Judy and inspiration to those who loved her, but she was also a smart, talented businesswomen, owning and operating a law firm, title company, and pawn shop throughout the years; these were only a few of her brilliant accomplishments. But most importantly Judy was a beloved daughter, sister, wife, friend, and family member who will never be forgotten and who’s impact will be felt for a lifetime. There are truly no words to exemplify the love that Judy bestowed upon the world. Rest in peace, sweet angel.