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Judith A Goble

February 12, 1950 - July 3, 2020
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Voss Chapel
316 North Chestnut Street
Seymour, IN 47274
Monday 7/6, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Judith A. Goble, 70, of Seymour, passed away in her home on July 3, 2020, surrounded by her loving family. Judith was born February 12, 1950 in Shoals, Indiana to Herman and Sara L. (Raymond) Gray. On February 11, 1967, she married Dennis Goble. Judith retired from the Hampton Inn in the laundry department. SheContinue Reading

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Nina Goodwin left a message on July 8, 2020:
OK.....sit back a minute & relax, this is "way" too long, lol...(and sounds like it's about me, but it's really about Judy, the most awesome Aunt in the world).......but here goes........Judy has always been my favorite Aunt. She and her sister Doris came to live with us when I was a baby. Probably in 1958 or '59....... She always told me that as a toddler when I got my bottom spanked, she would cry. She couldn't stand to watch..... First, Doris left our home, then Judy left also. Although I don't remember when Judy left, I have always felt very close to her, wherever she was...... Fast forward to a time when I remember......she was gone from our home and living with her Mother, my Grandma (Sara Loretta)....Then she was married to Denny and moved to Seymour. My Mother (Sharon) and I, and my Stepbrothers would visit (from Loogootee) as often as possible. When my Mother went to California to visit her & Judys' brother, (my Uncle Popeye (Vic), and my Grandpa (Herman) for the summer, she let me stay with her and Denny in an old farmhouse just down the road from Dennys' Mom & Dad. Bill was just a baby then, and I was a very awkward 11 or 12 yr. old.....When we would visit and family came over, we would play touch football and have loads of fun. Judy was always fun and a bit goofy at times. .... On the day that we received word that my Mom was coming home from California.....I was so excited that I ran out to the field (where Denny? or my Stepbrother? was on the tractor). I was barefoot and stepped on a piece of glass and Judy had to take me to the doctor to have stitches. She said that I was such a big baby about it and I cried and screamed in pain. Fast forward again.....I moved to South Carolina in the '80's and only seen Judy and the family once a year in the summer. She always welcomed me and my new ready-made family to stay with her as long as we wanted. Once a year, for a few days, was not nearly enough. ....As a teenager and "a young" adult, I wasn't always easy to get along with. Judy was always nothing but loving and understanding to me. I am so regretful of some of my past actions and attitudes towards my family. I SO wish that I had shown more appreciation for my Favorite Aunt.............. Judy, I LOVE YOU SO MUCH AND I WILL MISS YOU FOREVER!!!! .....................your niece, Nina
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