In Memory

Judith Hancock

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12/18/11 09:20 PM #1    

Richard Foster

Judy, and I were steady once, for 2 weeks and 5 days.  She was such a nice person, and very cute! I remember her being outgoing, outspoken, and seemed to be very sure of herself. Probably, much above my level. (Although, as I look back over my life, I was attracted to that type of person). Can't remember why we broke up, maybe it was because I found Sandy Anderson. Can't remember!  Anyway, she wrote a whole page in my senior annual, which is amazingly mature writing. I'll never forget her. God Speed Judith "l"

Rich Foster

03/04/12 06:46 PM #2    

Robert Hedicke

Judy and I were part of a small group that came out of elementary school in Mills.  When were both named as National Merit semi-finalists, I think I was more joyful for Judy than for myself.  Regretfully I lost touch with her after high school. I hope someone else can fill in the rest.

Bob Hedicke

07/04/12 06:52 PM #3    

Mike Walters

I had a big crush on Judy in high school. Their was one special New Years Eve when rich Foster was going with Sandy Anderson and I had a date with Judy. We ended up in Sandy's basement den having a very good time. I had promised my parents that I would have their car home before 1:00 am. Well it was snowing that night and needless to say, I was running late. Unfortunately, while driving home, I skidded on ice and ran into Lloyd Tarter's car. No one was hurt, but Judy did call me the next day to see if I was in trouble. We used to talk on the phone for hours as Judy did love to talk about just everything. She was very bright. Years later we met again at a reunion. She had married and was living in San Francisco. We danced and really enjoyed catching each other up on our lives. Of course she mentioned that special New Years Eve.

Judy will always have a special place in my memory.

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