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Judy C. Walters, 69, of Loves Park, IL passed away Wednesday, May 9, 2018. Born July 19, 1948 in Memphis, TN, the daughter of Wilburn A. and Mary Eva Florence (Derrick) Huffman. Judy was proud to receive her GED and to go back to school as a single mom to receive her Administrative Certificate. Formerly employed as a cost accountant at Taylor Freezer in Rockton, IL and in human resources at Allied in Janesville, WI. Married Marvin Wayne Walters in Loves Park, IL in August of 2000. Judy enjoyed watching murder mysteries with her husband, family get togethers and holidays, especially on her favorite holiday Christmas. She also enjoyed thrift shopping and finding all the hidden treasures, along with reading, puzzles, dancing, roller skating in her younger years and loved animals especially her dog Chyna Doll Walters. She had an affinity for sweets including chocolate, snowballs, and Terri’s brownies and you would often find her chewing her favorite Wrigley gum. Judy was known for being caring and always being concerned for others well-being.
Survivors include husband, Marvin W. Walters of Loves Park; children, Donn (Kristi) Ziemer of Janesville, WI, Jeff (Nikki) Ziemer of Machesney Park, IL, Tracie (Patrick) Gaddy of Janesville, WI; grandchildren, Alyssa Ziemer of Janesville, WI, Taylor Peck of Clinton, WI, Jaidan Peck of Janesville, WI, Zachary Ziemer of Rockford, IL, Spencer Ziemer of Rockford, IL; sister, Sue Spataro; and many nieces, and nephews. Predeceased by parents; brothers, Ray Huffman, Jack Huffman, Wilburn B. Huffman, Glen Huffman, Charles Huffman; sisters, Nona Mae Buck, and Ann Stuhr.
Funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17, 2018 in Honquest Family Funeral Home with Crematory – Mulford Chapel, 4311 N. Mulford Road, Loves Park, IL with visitation from 12:00 p.m. until time of service. Burial in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Machesney Park, IL.
A Note from Marvin
Judy was a very proud woman, devoted mother to her children, fine wife, decorated the house, maintained a clean house and asked for very little even while she was very very sick. She was very good to all our family. She was just so many fine things. We were all friends from the start, we were always honest with one another and I love her very much. I know there is a spot in heaven for her. Her last wishes to me were to take care of her children. She loved talking to her children on the phone and really loved them. She wanted me to take care of her dog Chyna. She loved her whole family. Thank you to the family that showed so much support over the years.
-Marvin and Judy Walters