Judith Alene Duncan

Duncan. Judith

Judith Alene Duncan (nee’ Lowe), age 69, Strongsville, Ohio, USA, left us suddenly on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. Judy was born in Michel, British Columbia, Canada on June 12 1947, the daughter of Harry and Irene Lowe.

Judy married Allen Duncan in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1966, and lived in Hamilton and Burlington, Ontario for 30 years before moving to Strongsville, Ohio in 1977. She spent her winters in Indian Shores, Florida for the last 18 years. She is survived by her loving husband of 50 years Allen with whom she had 2 children, Craig Allen Duncan and Bryce Victor Duncan. Craig is married to Ronda (Langlois) Duncan and Bryce is engaged to Teresa Thompson.

She is also survived by her sister Barbara Huisman and her husband Ted, brother in-law Donald Duncan and sister in-law Joan Welsh. She is also survived by 3 grandchildren, Blake, Cole and Halie, and 5 nephews Scott, Brian, Jamie, Douglas and Mike, and niece Odina.

Judy loved boating, growing orchids, her flower gardens and her grandkids. She was an avid Cleveland sports fan, and was thrilled to finally see a championship last year with her family. There will be a private service. To leave a special message to the family, please visit www.clevelandcremation.com

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  1. Matt Kolenc says:

    To Al and family.
    Please accept my deepest heartfelt condolences at the loss of Judy. MY thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow.

  2. Trish KERSWILL (Tinson) says:

    Uncle Al, Craig & Bryce,

    So so very sorry for your loss. Aunt Judy was such an amazing, kind and fun person who was taken way to soon. We are thinking of you all.

    Love Trish, Lincoln, Jackson & Tyson

  3. Tom and Maryanne Goetz says:

    Kids growing up in Strongsville, all the things that happen in a new housing development, the people you meet.The friends you become, THATS what we were, and still are. Years go by and we don’t see each other, but we know we are there. The parties, the beer, the bowling. Judy and Maryanne I think knew we had another pitcher of beer under the table. Going to Santos for pizza afterword.Dancing at all the New Years parties at that hall in Stongsville(that escapes my mind) We loved her, and you. IT is sad with her loss, but I choose to remember her with that quick turn of her head if she thought we were up to no good.
    Love not sadness Tom and Maryanne

  4. Ron and Suzanne Dennis says:

    Dear Al and Family
    We are deeply saddened to hear of your loss of Judy. We will miss her cheerfulness and good nature. It is unbelievable that as recent as our Vista Bay Farewell Party we enjoyed the company of you both. To Al, our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
    Ron and Suzanne

  5. Christine Linard says:

    Judy and I have been great friends for at least thirty years. We enjoyed golfing and bowling together and since she started spending winters in Florida, we spent summers getting together for some very long lunches. We had so much in common from our deep love of family to our views on politics.
    I will miss her terribly. She was one of a kind. Her sense of humor was only one of her outstanding qualities.
    Al, Craig and Bryce you all know how much she loved you and everyone in your family. The grandkids were very special to her.She will always be in my heart as well as in yours.

    Love to all of you,

  6. Sheilaah and Jamie Duncan says:

    Dear Al and family
    Our deepest heartfelt condolences. We were all shocked and saddened to hear of Judy’s sudden passsing. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
    Sheilaah and Jamie Duncan

  7. Laura Manwaring says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you Al and your family.

  8. Leonard and Donna Strub says:

    Our deepest condolences. We will all miss Judy. Her sweet smile and friendly ways were always such a joy to all of us. Please know that the entire Duncan family is in our prayers and hearts.
    Donna and Leonard Strub
    Vista Bay neighbors


    We are so sorry to hear of Judy’s sudden passing. We are so glad you both made it to our Vista Bay northerner farewell Margarita Party April 8th. We were just looking at the picture we took that day of you both by the water.
    From all of us from your Vista Bay family in Florida,our hearts and prayers are with you.
    Fondly Sue & Earl Shipp
    Indian Shores FL

  10. Bonnie Wordock says:

    I am shocked to hear of my dear friend Judy’s passing. I have loved her from the day that we met over 50 years ago. Al and her have been best friends even though we lived miles apart. I will miss her laughter and her jokes. My heart goes out to Al, Craig and Bryce and their families.

    Rest in peace Judy,
    Love Bonnie Wordock and family
    (Scotty, Julie and Kaiden)

  11. Edna Reisch says:

    Dear Al and Family,
    I am terribly saddened to hear Judy has left you. My empathy and condolences are deep and heartfelt. My thoughts and prayers are with you. With Love, Edna

  12. David Quick says:

    Our family shares your grief with the loss of Judy. While I didn’t spend much time with her over the decades, I have always associated Judy with her happiness and laughter, kindness and warmth. Her generosity of spirit, keeping in touch with my Mother, Alene, over the years, has been wonderful. We will miss her.

  13. Sharon (McComb) Wheaton says:

    My thoughts and prayers go to, you, Al and your children. My husband Jeff and I are so sorry for your loss. I have many wonderful high school memories of Judy and of course you too! Hopefully, in time, your many memories will help to ease your grief. It has been great to reconnect with both of you through our friends Jim and Mary. Our condolences to your extended family as well. Take care. <3

  14. Pat Anderson (Mahy) says:

    Al and family, I was so saddened to see the obit in today’s paper ! Judy and I met at Parkdale school, and went onto the BIG school of Balllard together. We walked to and fro every day, stopping to buy coconut balls ,and talked to whole way ! Fond memories !

  15. Elsie West says:

    To Al and family, sorry for your loss, thinking of you here in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

  16. Lenora says:

    Judy and I first met in Grade 3 at Parkdale School just down the street from her home. I was a stair monitor and spoke to Judy about chewing gum. A great offense in the 50’s. She spoke to her teacher as she was her pet…I was called up and spoken to and removed from that position of authority.
    We became good friends through grade school and high school. I remember in our math class she shouted and cheered when the Leafs won the Stanley Cup. She loved #27.
    In those days she was also smitten by a fellow from another school. He drove a car and would pick her up each day. Shades of Happy Days. Then the invitation to their wedding arrived Judy such a young bride. We attended that day and danced into the hot night…what fun. Judy was always about fun.
    As happens our lives moved in different directions. But a visit to Burlington was delightful as we met her two boys. Then the news written in the annual Christmas card told of their move to Ohio. Although our last visit was years ago it is still in our memory. Both Judy and Al never changed.
    Needless to say it was a shock to read this latest announcement. Many more memories come to mind and will always be there.
    I still can’t eat hard boiled eggs without remembering her father’s words.
    Take care Al and the best to your family.
    Bob and Lenora (Oskroba) Lewis.

  17. Jim and Linda Leeman says:

    Dear Al and family,

    We are so saddened to hear about Judy. Although we live a distance away, you and Judy were in our thoughts over the years. We have many good memories from the early 60’s. Our very deepest sympathy.

    Jim and Linda

  18. Bill Welsh says:

    Judy was always a joy to be around and easy to talk to. My siblings and I will always cherish times spent down in Florida with the entire gang fishing together.

  19. Odina says:

    I miss and love my Aunt Judy so much. She will forever be in my thoughts and many fond memories. I am so lucky to have known you.

  20. Gail Bettis and Frank Kasher says:

    Al, Craig, Bryce, Blake, Cole and Rhonda –
    Our hearts are with you in the loss of Judy. What passion she had for everything – especially her family. I know you have wonderful memories and, hopefully, they will help you in your grief. Just know that we love Judy and each of you.

  21. Mary Lou and Barry Gardella says:

    Dear Al and family
    We were shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of Judy. She was a great person and know how much her family will miss her especially you Al. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  22. Debbie Fisher says:

    Still such a shock. So sorry about your loss. Take comfort of all the love and memories of her.

  23. Darlene & Allan Fischer says:

    We are so very sorry to hear of Judy’s sudden passing and send our deepest sympathy to all her loving family. Cherish all your wonderful memories and the love she had for all of you. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time. Now she is enjoying a beautiful garden of flowers in heaven.

  24. George & Char Hamm says:

    Al & Bryce,
    We are deeply sorry to hear about Judy passing away. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  25. Jeanne Georgeadis says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Judy’s passing. She was so young & full of life

  26. Andrea Testa says:

    Allen, Bryce, Blake and Cole,
    I am sorry sorry about your Mom and Grandma. I didn’t get to know her well and was looking forward to getting to know her better! Please know I will be keeping all of you in my prayers!
    Treasure the memories that last a lifetime!❤️
    Love, Andrea Testa