Condolence From: robert Dixon, Chicago, Illinois
Condolence: On behalf of the Dominican friars of the Province of St. Albert the Great in Chicago, please accept our deepest condolences. May the angels lead you into paradise;
may the martyrs greet you at your arrival
and lead you into the holy City of Jerusalem.
Condolence From: Connie Lawlor, Westmont, Ill
Condolence: My dear sister is gone, but will live forever in my memories and in my heart.
My condolences to the Krol family.
Condolence From: Tracy Rieger, Lewis Center, OH
Condolence: Heaven has gained a beautiful angel, and though those words are true and we know them in our hearts, they sometimes do little to comfort those left on earth that loved her so very much.
Judy was such a beloved member of the QSDS family/team. She was always ready to help and lend a hand. During the most chaotic times of the symposium, she was always able to bring a sense of calm and peace that was greatly needed and appreciated. She was a true friend who cared so much about others. She never complained and she was a joy to be around. She always had a beautiful smile on her face and always knew just what to say to make people feel good about themselves. That is so rare in the world today.
I am so very sorry for your loss. My prayers for comfort and peace go out to all who knew and loved her so very much.
Tracy Rieger, Friend to Judy and Director of the Quilt and Surface Design Symposium
Condolence From: Deb Baillieul, Columbus, oh
Condolence: To Ed and family-
I am so saddened by Judy's sudden departure from this earth. Judy was such a special person- kind, loving, caring, creative, intelligent and funny. I have enjoyed her art and her creations of fiber, weaving and quilt. Especially I have enjoyed her companionship.
My love to you all as you remember your love.
Deb Baillieul, sister quilter