Judy Toothman Morrow, age 71, of Ormond Beach, passed away after a courageous and hard battle with cancer on July 23 in her beautiful home overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by family and friends.
Judy was born on February 19th, 1951, in Radford, Virginia, and spent most of her childhood years in Kenvil, New Jersey. Her family relocated to Blacksburg, Virginia during her teenage years and she attended Blacksburg High School. In 1994, she met the love of her life, Jerry Morrow, and they were married in 1996. Jerry and Judy made a home together in Richmond, Virginia and have been settled in Ormond Beach for the last 3 years. Judy loved her fur babies, Ziggy and Patches and enjoyed their beach view walks everyday together.
Judy was a wonderful cook and baker. Christmas baking was one of her favorite times while sharing a sampling of all her goodies with friends and family. She stayed busy with friends hosting get togethers in her home, walking on the beach with her girlfriends at 4pm daily, and had a love for gardening and landscape in the community.
She was the daughter of the late James and Treva Toothman. In addition to her parents. Judy was preceded in death by her sister Peggy Knobloch and niece Amanda Knobloch. She is survived by her loving husband of 25 years Jerry Morrow and loving dogs Ziggy and Patches, daughters, Jennifer Priddy (Greg) and Jessica Graham, sister Sandy Cox (Joe) and nephew Patrick Cox, brother-in-law, Jack Knobloch and nephew Jake Knobloch(Kristina), sister-in-law Susie Parker, nephews Matthew Parker, Kevin Parker, and niece Brynn McNeil, grandchildren Hannah Eaves, Logan Priddy, Parker Priddy, Tyler Priddy, and Taylor White.
To know her was to love her and she was one of a kind. If you met her, she was never forgotten. She had her own personal “Sass” that always entertained us, even in her final days. She had her own ideas, thoughts, and views on life and there was no changing her mind. Her father often said that “Judy would have made the best lawyer.” She usually did not lose a debate and always seemed to get her way. Her life will be forever cherished by her family as she was so very loved.