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“Dear Mary Ann, You are in my thoughts and prayers. My deepest sympathy to you. Peggy Krebs ”
1 of 45 | Posted by: Peggy Krebs - Taylor, TX

“Judy was a blessing to all of us. We will remember her as a bright light in our lives. ”
2 of 45 | Posted by: Donna and Mary - Austin, TX

“Mary Ann, Judy was a very special lady. She always made people smile. My,My she could she sing. She blessed us so many times at church, special...Read More »
3 of 45 | Posted by: Pat Freeman & Martha Knowles - TX

“Well, Lady tonight we celebrate your life. What a life that has been! I am so glad that I have been able to share some of those times with you and...Read More »
4 of 45 | Posted by: Kim Wisdom - Bastrop, TX

“It was my priviledge and honor to have known you and to have some sweet memories of you. I admired your talent, wit and inner-strength. I had the...Read More »
5 of 45 | Posted by: Aaron Flores - Austin, TX

“Judy was a very special person. I will always remember her with a smile and good thoughts. Love, Leslie ”
6 of 45 | Posted by: Leslie - Pflugerville, TX

“Judy was so many different things to many different people. Until her health declined, she was there for me, doing things that finally became a...Read More »
7 of 45 | Posted by: Ron Dyer - Austin, TX

“Would it were that I had met Judy sooner. I heard what I believe to be her last performance at MCC Austin. She was magnetic, a real pro. Every tone...Read More »
8 of 45 | Posted by: Rick Bowen - San Marcos, TX

“There are so many wonderful things to remember about Judy, but one in particular comes to my mind. The very first time that I visited at MCC and...Read More »
9 of 45 | Posted by: Jerry Nicholson - Austin, TX

“It was always a time of celebration when our spirits joined in song. Judy had the gift of lighting up the room - whatever room - whether it was a...Read More »
10 of 45 | Posted by: Frank Marasco Jr - austin, TX

“There is no way that I can thank her enough for her presence in my life. Among my treasued memories of her is that she blessed my mom's funeral with...Read More »
11 of 45 | Posted by: Elaine Ireland - Austin, TX

“Judy had a special voice and a special smile. I will miss both. Thank you, Mary Ann, for the model of love and commitment that you and Judy gave to...Read More »
12 of 45 | Posted by: Jackie Gray - Austin, TX

“I am thankful to have witnessed Judy's wonderful spirit and grace. Her love of life and her partner made a lasting impression on me from the...Read More »
13 of 45 | Posted by: Michael Benn - San Marcos, TX

“Judy had a big heart and it was her downfall in the end. It was a pleasure getting to know her and taking care of her as a patient. Everyone at the...Read More »
14 of 45 | Posted by: Julie Bighouse - Austin, TX

“--sure am goina miss Judy. She was always so generous with her encouragement and sisterly love. Her gifts are not gone from my heart, and won't be...Read More »
15 of 45 | Posted by: Robert Guentherman - Austin, TX

“I was blessed to have met Judy and to have experienced her tremendous singing talent. She will be missed. ”
16 of 45 | Posted by: Kris Olson - Austin, TX

“I will miss Judy so much -- her warmth and love, her courage and integrity, her ever present smile and good wishes, and her soothing, captivating...Read More »
17 of 45 | Posted by: Paul Dodd - Austin, TX

“Mary Ann, I know that the 32 years that you spent together were filled with some wonderful and cherished memories, as well as some difficult ones. ...Read More »
18 of 45 | Posted by: Terri Gable - Austin, TX

“What I remember most about knowing you and Judy is the laughter we shared over the years. I remember being at Dan & Todds and laughing over many...Read More »
19 of 45 | Posted by: Sam Sansoucy - Austin, TX

“Sometimes in our lives we're blessed to meet someone who is unforgettable. For me that someone was Judy. I'm sure she's in heaven singing someone...Read More »
20 of 45 | Posted by: Flo Shorter - Washington, DC

“Judy---you are a rich addition to heavens highest stars. Your warm smiles and soulful songs remain forever imprinted on our hearts. Thank you for...Read More »
21 of 45 | Posted by: Neil Ely & Kelvon Hansen - TX

“Our deepest sympathy,to her partner, and family. We will keep Judith in our prayers. May she rest in Peace... ”
22 of 45 | Posted by: Carlos/Lupe - Austin, TX

“Although we have not been in touch for a while, Roberta and I often thought of you and Judy. I can still hear her sultry voice and feel the goose...Read More »
23 of 45 | Posted by: Jan - Austin, TX

“You know that my heart and prayers go out to you all. I will miss Judy's hugs Tons and Bunches. She was such a sweetie. ”
24 of 45 | Posted by: Charly Castle - Austin, TX

“I will always remember how much fun she was on the MCC cruise. Her smile and laugh will be missed ”
25 of 45 | Posted by: Carl Roger King - Austin, TX

“This is a time of wishes: I wish I could speak with her one more time. I wish I had spent more time with her the last visit. I wish more people...Read More »
26 of 45 | Posted by: todd adkins and dan nelson - AZ

“Judy was a loving, cheerful, wonderful person to be around. My prayers are with Mary Ann and family. I'm sorry I will be out-of-town this weekend...Read More »
27 of 45 | Posted by: Marlin McGuire - Austin, TX

“I didn't know Judy all that well, but will never forget her wonderful voice and personality. My thoughts and prayers go out to her partner and...Read More »
28 of 45 | Posted by: Richard Bartlett - Pflugerville, TX

“What a beautiful woman, both inside and out. I will always treasure our 2004 MCCA Cruise for allowing me to get to know such an amazing woman,...Read More »
29 of 45 | Posted by: Denice Bain - Dale, TX

“Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Blessings. ”
30 of 45 | Posted by: Alan Jones - Waco, TX

“My thoughts and prayers are with Judy's entire family as they mourn the passing of this wonderful lady. ”
31 of 45 | Posted by: Rick Stendel - Pflugerville, TX

“MaryAnn, I am so sorry to hear about Judy. She will suffer no more. You are both beautiful women and I loved all the times that we shared together....Read More »
32 of 45 | Posted by: Lisa Ranney - Austin, TX

“Mary Ann, As you know, we all have a very special place in our hearts for your beloved Judy. She was daring, adventurous, and just plain fun to...Read More »
33 of 45 | Posted by: Mark Crowder - San Marcos, TX

“Our Judy was an outstanding jazz singer who combined her delightful talent and sense of humor with service to others. Sharing conversation and work...Read More »
34 of 45 | Posted by: Marilyn Buckner - Austin, TX

“Mary Anne, Judy was a far better singer than I’ll ever be but I’ll never forget the day you and Judy and Frank showed up to the...Read More »
35 of 45 | Posted by: Scott Schoen - Garland, TX

“Our thoughts & prayers are with you as we travel out of town for the weekend. ”
36 of 45 | Posted by: Steve Holman & Steve Isaacs - TX

“Judy was such an inspiration thru her life and love of life and people. I treasure the memory of her wonderful smile as she sat in the choir at MCC....Read More »
37 of 45 | Posted by: Chuck Berry - Buda, TX

“Judy was one of the finest and most loving individuals I've ever met. She will be greatly missed. ”
38 of 45 | Posted by: Rev. Bill Young - Manor, TX

“Judy was a precious, loving, and talented individual. Mary Ann, our love and prayers are with you and all of Judy's family. ”
39 of 45 | Posted by: Bobbie Sue Sterling - Georgetown, TX

“Judy will so be missed in my heart. She was such a wonderful lady. I will cherish the MCC cruise when I got to watch Judy sing in the talent show. ...Read More »
40 of 45 | Posted by: Bill Cashion - Austin, TX

“A wonderful lady...gentle and giving, the world needs more like her. A loss to all caring persons. ”
41 of 45 | Posted by: Judy Houseton - Austin, TX

“Judy was a beautiful and special person to us, as was her mother Toddy and we will miss her. She was a very talented individual who was well liked...Read More »
42 of 45 | Posted by: Bill and Jo Ann Turner - Austin, TX

“Mary Ann and Family - God bless you - you will be in our prayers daily. Butch and Cindy ”
43 of 45 | Posted by: Butch and Cindy Edwards - Burnet, TX

“Mary Ann, So sorry to hear of Judy's passing. My prayers are with you. God Bless PS ”
44 of 45 | Posted by: Prissy Stapleton - Marble Falls, TX

“Mary Ann, I am so sorry for your loss my friend. She was a beautiful, delightfully fun woman and it was always a pleasure to see her and share time...Read More »
45 of 45 | Posted by: Judie Cowan - Austin, TX


Judith G. Arnold Judith G. Arnold, age 64, of Austin, died on Monday, August 29, 2005. She is survived by her loving partner of 32 years, Mary Ann George; step-father, George Harrison; aunt, Dorothy Harrison; nieces, Debra Griffin Kinsey, Amy Griffin Zimmerman, Rebecca Griffin Garcia; sister-in-law, Cass Griffin; and by numerous family and friends, and pets. Celebration of Life services will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, September 2, 2005 at Metropolitan Community Church of Austin. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Metropolitan Community Church of Austin, 8601 South First, Austin, Texas 78748. Obituary and guestbook available online at wcfish.com