Judith Notarthomas

7 Condolences

7 Condolences

  1. Please accept our sincerest condolences on the loss of your mother. We have so many fond memories of spending time with her and her family at her home in Liverpool, NY when our mothers’ got together when we were growing up. We were so very lucky to have known her. She was a beautiful lady inside and out. We are so glad that these past couple of years our mothers were able to get together with each other and reminese. Our mothers were friends since high school. And now, our mothers have both passed away this year. They are both in God’s hands. God bless her and all of you.
    With much love and sympathy,
    Susan McGee-Peatfield
    Joyce McGee-Gaca
    and Paul D. McGee

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  2. Condolences on your loss. I worked with Judy at Sun Realty. She was always a bright spot, with a smile and kind word for owners, guests and coworkers. She had a gift for assisting guests with special celebrations while they were on the Outer Banks. Judy was a gentle soul, a pleasure to know and work with.

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  3. I had the pleasure of working with Judy at Sun Realty in the OBX for 6 years. She had one of the biggest hearts out of anyone that I have ever crossed paths with. She was our resident Wedding Coordinator and assisted dozens of couples with planning their beach weddings by finding ideal accommodations, setting up intros with various vendors, etc. I think she even researched the Farmer’s Almanac to help them plan for future weather. We used to laugh amongst ourselves that whenever anyone engaged in a conversation with Judy, they better carve out a good solid hour. A lot of people would walk away with their heads spinning with all of the knowledge and information that she would share with them. She would bond with these couples and refer to them as “my bride” or “my couple”. She had the biggest and most genuine heart.

    I also loved talking to Judy about our mutual love for gardening. We both loved French Lace Cap hydrangeas and she would always bring me new plants each Spring. I also still have a Purple Shamrock plant that she gave me a tiny plug of, over 15 yrs ago. I think of her every time I water it and remember what a sweet soul that she was.
    “Ooooh Juuuudy” you will be greatly missed.

    Sending love and prayers to her family.

    Love-Traci Simons Infante

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  4. I would like to express my sincere condolences to your family. I too had the pleasure of working with Judy at Sun Realty. Her care and diligence was impeccable when working with guests, owners and co-workers. She always shared the importance of family and demonstrated by the love expressed in her very own. Judy was one of the sweetest, most sincere individuals I have ever known. I will always remember her for her grace and warm smile.

    With sympathy – Jackie

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  5. Judy was an Angel, she had a beautiful disposition and a huge heart. She found a way to help anyone and everyone who needed anything and made sure that those she touched felt her love. Her strength was in her family and we loved to listen to her wonderful stories and adventures. She put her heart and soul into her work, and quickly made friends with the guests she served, they trusted Judy and knew they were in good hands. Judy is one of those rare gems we are privileged to have in our lives, she will be missed sorely and loved eternally. I had the honor of working with Judy and she will be forever in my thoughts. My prayers go to each one of you,that you may find happiness and peace in the sweet memories you have shared…..

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  6. Lisa, Chris,Deanna and Alli,
    I am so sorry for your loss, I had left some phone messages but got no response but I was quickly taken to MN for surgery in June and only now will be going back Jan9th, my heart is so sad, we were friends for almost 50 yrs.
    Eddie was Santa for her every year and I was his driver, we had trips together and Eddie and John worked on building projects together, so many memories. The one thing that makes it bearable is she is back together with her John and they will look down with such pride on their family.
    I will remember you all in my prayers in these sad and difficult days and remember fondly my friend Judy.
    Love and Peace
    Margaret Lazarz

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  7. John and family. I am so sorry to hear that you lost Judy. John I worked with you at B furniture store many years ago and you were always talking about Judy and your kids and you were so happy. I am glad all your kids are there to help you at such a very sad time. My sincere symphony to you and your family. God Bless Sandy Peron

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