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Judith Wood

April 28, 1936 - May 11, 2012

Funeral Service:

Tuesday, May 15, 2012, 10:30 AM, West Prarie Free Lutheran Church, rural Kindred, ND.


Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel, Kindred.

Judith Wood

April 28, 1936 - May 11, 2012


Judy Wood, 76, of Cedaredge, Colorado, passed away at the home of her daughter and son-in-law in Kindred, ND, from brain cancer on May 11, 2012 . 

 Judith Kay Harchelroad was born to Larry and Juanita (Weuve) Harchelroad on April, 28, 1936 in Denver, Colorado. Judy was a life-long resident of Colorado growing up and attending school in Fort Collins, CO. She graduated in 1954 from Fort Collins High School. Growing up along the Front Range, Judy spent the majority of her time with horses and was the Larimer County Rodeo Queen in 1954.

 Judy married Jim Neal on December 8,1957. After spending 2 years in Germany, where Jim was stationed, they settled in Loveland, CO and had 2 children.Through the years Judy worked as a bank teller at First National and Home State Banks, a stay-at-home Mom, and also worked at Great Western Sugar Company and the Cloverleaf Dog Track in Loveland. 

 Jim and Judy divorced in 1979. Judy married Norman “Woody” Wood. They moved to Cedaredge in 1994. 

 Judy will be remembered for her zest and passion for life. Her number one passion was her family. She loved spending time in North Dakota and always found a way to make trips to ND for her grandchildren’s track meets, cross country meets, graduations and weddings. She also loved to travel with her family. She visited Europe with her daughter and granddaughters and proudly watched her grandson graduate from Marine Corps Bootcamp. Over the years she traveled with us from Washington DC to Disney World to San Diego to North Dakota and many points in between. 

 Christmas at Grandma and Grandaddy’s, in Colorado, was always a special time. Mom always made sure every empty space in the house was filled with Christmas decorations. Their house was always filled with love and laughter.

 Judy enjoyed gardening, cross stitch, shopping, and going to lunch with her friends. She loved her dog, Riley, long chats on the phone with her son & daughter, drives around the Western Slope with Woody, the Broncos, and God. And she loved life.

 We know when we run that last marathon, Mom will be standing at the finish line, with Jesus, to welcome us Home. Until that day, we will miss her smile and the laughter and love she brought into our lives. 

 Proverbs 31:28-29

 Judy is survived by her husband of 32 years, Woody; daughter, Stacy (Ron) Ness, Kindred, ND; son, Tim Neal, Grandby, CO; grandson, Jared (Jen) Ness, Casselton, ND, great grandson, Rylan Ness, Casselton, ND; granddaughters, Kaylie (Dustin) Young, Casselton, ND and Tara Ness, Bismarck, ND; special niece, Cayenne (Tim) Kerbs, Fort Collins, CO, great nephews, Garrett and Austin Kerbs, Fort Collins, CO; step children, Robin Wood, Denver, CO, Duane (Sharon) Wood, Denver, CO, and Craig Wood, Denver, CO; a sister and 2 nephews.

 She was preceded in death by her parents.


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  1. Bev & Dennis Stitt says:

    Cedaredge COWe have had the pleasure of being Judy & Woody’s neighbors for the past 6 years. There wasn’t a summer day that Judy wasn’t out tending to her beautiful flowers. She would often share fresh baked cookie, plant starts, or good conversation. Judy was always happy to dog sit or pick up our mail when we were gone. We knew we could always count on Judy & Woody’s help. They truly taught us what it means to be a good neighbor.

  2. June Anderson says:

    Kindred ND
    I am thankful that I had the privilege to help care for Judith in her final days on this earth. She was a beautiful woman of God! My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  3. Tom & Cindy Alter says:

    Cedaredge COJudy was a wonderful lady who always lit up the room with her joy and love of life. We will miss her, and all she brought to the community here in Cedaredge. Our prayers are with Woody and her family.

    Thinking of you all, Tom & Cindy

  4. Barbara Rude says:

    Kindred ND
    Stacey, Ron & Family,
    Your Mom – Grandmother has gone to be with her Lord & Savior. Although you will dearly miss her here on earth what a blessing it is to know that you will be reunited in heaven. Your memories will be in your heart always, hold them close.

  5. Rick & Donna Rosemann says:

    Johnstown COWoody – so sarry to hear about Judy’s death. She was an exceptional, Godly woman and will be missed by all of her family & friends. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. May God’s peace surround you.

  6. Patty Volker says:

    Estes Park COStacy and Ron you provided Judy and Woody a haven of care and strength as the terrible disease took over her body and mind during these past few months.
    She was able to stay in a place and with her family near and dear to her heart.
    Aunt Patty and Bob

  7. JoAnn Webb Hammond says:

    Masonville ColoradoDear Stacey and all of your family. I was so sad to hear of your beautiful mothers passing. She will always be remembered by me for her giving spirit her twinkling smile and loving ways. My thoughts and Prayers are with you all. What a beautiful Angel she will be just as she was here on earth.

  8. Mary Anne Florence says:

    Loveland COWoody, I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved Judy. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.

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