Judy Jane Migliore, a devoted mother, grandmother, and sister, passed away on September 1, 2023 at the age of 80, after a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer's disease. She leaves behind a legacy of love, dedication, and cherished memories that will forever be treasured by her family and friends.
Born on February 16, 1943 in Rochester,PA. Judy was the daughter of William Coble and Audrey Coble (Markle). Judy graduated from Midland High School in 1961 and earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from Youngstown State University in 1971. She continued her academic journey and obtained a Master's degree in Education from the same institution in 1991. Judy was a dedicated math teacher for over 40 years. She retired from Crestview Local School District where she made a lasting impact on her students and colleagues. Her 6th grade school room was always decorated for her favorite team, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Judy was a longtime resident of Poland, Ohio.
From a young age, she exhibited a zest for life and a compassionate nature that would shape her journey. Judy's vibrant spirit and infectious laughter brought joy to all who crossed her path.
Judy leaves behind her children Mike (Amy), Lisa (John) Robison and Dawn (Scott) Cline, her beloved grandchildren Kelli (Chris) Tucker, Kerri (Jake) Tremoulis, Miles, Vaughn, Emily, Owen and Jack, sister Gay (Bill) Gray and her brother Bill (Joy) Coble.
Outside of her professional life, Judy was a loving and devoted mother to her children. She embraced her role with unwavering love and support. Judy's love extended to her grandchildren, whom she adored and cherished. She was an amazing grandmother, creating lasting memories and sharing in their joys and accomplishments. Known as Grandma Mig to many, she embraced this role to those even outside of her family.
One of Judy's favorite traditions was going to Geneva-On-The-Lake with her family. She found solace and joy in spending quality time with her loved ones, creating cherished memories that will be forever treasured. Judy's warm smile, infectious laughter, and genuine kindness touched the hearts of all who knew her.
In her later years, Judy faced the challenges of Alzheimer's disease with incredible strength and resilience. Despite the difficulties she encountered, her spirit remained strong, and her love for her family never wavered. Her courage and determination were an inspiration to all who witnessed her journey. While we mourn her loss, we take solace in knowing that she is now at peace, free from the burdens of her illness.
A celebration of life will be held to honor her memory on Tuesday September 5th, at the Church of The Messiah (51 N State St., Westerville, OH). A viewing will begin at 5pm with a funeral to follow at 6pm. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations be made to The Windsor House at St Mary’s Alzheimer’s Center (1899 W Garfield Rd. Columbiana, OH 44408) in Judy's memory to support Alzheimer's research and support services. May her soul rest in eternal peace, and may her memory continue to inspire us to cherish our loved ones and embrace the precious moments we have together.