Judith Farwell

Judith M. Farwell (DeLisle)

Tuesday, May 3rd, 1955 - Wednesday, October 7th, 2020
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Judith M. 'Judy' Farwell, 65, of Woodland died on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at her home.

She was born on May 3, 1955 in Clearfield, a daughter of the late Allen E. and Esther K. (Loverso) DeLisle.

Judy retired as a Registered Nurse from Aveanna Health Care. Prior to that, she was employed by the Clearfield and DuBois Hospitals and the Curwensville Cheese Plant. In her spare time, she enjoyed gardening and tending to her flowers.

She was a member of St. Francis Catholic Church, Clearfield. She was also a member of the DeLisle Hunting Camp, the Clearfield Historical Society, as well as 'The Bucktails' as a Civil War re-enactor.

Judy is survived by her companion, Mont Grumblatt of Woodland; two brothers, Richard DeLisle and Gerry DeLisle and wife Denise; and two nephews, Doug DeLisle and wife Paula and David DeLisle and wife Holly.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to American Cancer Society, 108R North Second St., Suite 1B, Clearfield, PA, 16830.

Beardsley Funeral Home and Crematory, Clearfield is in charge of arrangements.

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Private Condolence

Michael Parana

Posted at 06:52pm
Dear family,
Belated condolences to the loved ones of Judy. Wish to say, truly a friend she was to us all. Met her 25 years ago with the Old Bucktails, and vidily remember her warm, engaging personality, even from that early start. May you be consoled by the joy Judy brought to others by her being simply "Judy". Peace to you, old friend.
M. Parana & family.

Mary Ann DeSmyter

Posted at 10:01am
If it were not for Judy, I would not be a RN today. We drove to Oil City (up hill both ways) 30 years ago to obtain our college degrees. Thank you dear friend, I will see your spirit soar among the clouds and stars as you are now set free.

Martin and Robin Farwell

Posted at 10:07pm
Over the last 35 years or so we have known Judy, she was always friendly, upbeat, and fun to be around.
Though in recent years we have only been able to get together with her once in a great while, she was always grateful to see us and we her. Reenacting with her was great fun. She loved the Bucktails and their history. Those were great times.
We are thankful to have known her, and have many fond memories of our visits together.
Rest in peace, our friend, for your trials, struggles, and sickness here are no more.

Nancy Kane Hummel

Posted at 04:39pm
My dear buddy Judy! There are so many memories of our great adventurous times we shared. When I think of Judy, her smile is the first thing I see and the way she truly cared for everyone, always concerned about any issues any of us were having even during her own struggle these last few months. I am so blessed to have had her in my life, I will never ever forget what a true friend she was. To Mont, Rich, Jerry and family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Life is a journey and I know at the end of ours we will see that smile again. God Bless.

Jim drexler aka hanford

Posted at 04:28pm
Judy was a very good person and friend Will miss all the good times we used to have reenacting. May she rest in peace

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