Judith M. Kuzma

Judith M. Kuzma, 67, passed away Friday January 9, 2015. She is survived by her life partner Paula L. Toay of 32 years along with her dear friend Linda Sobczak of 36 years; her niece Sharon (Brian) Barbick, nephew Eric (Linda Buckingham) Grimes, both families of Dallas, Georgia. (Her list of friends are too many to list). Preceded in death by her parents John and Ruth Kuzma, siblings Sylvia Grimes, Johnny Kuzma, and Jimmy Kuzma. Judy loved life to its fullest. She loved her motorcycle (always hoping one day she would wake up to find it turned into a Harley), loved to fish (if a puddle had a foot of water she would throw in the fishing line), and her attention to detail may have been frustrating (there are still projects waiting because she was a perfectionist although most would label it as procrastination), but all kidding aside she was proud of her work and that is all that mattered. Most importantly she NEVER ceased in spreading God’s love. As a manager in retail, her customers might walk in grumpy but she made sure they would leave on a happier note. It only took one introduction for her to have made an impression that would last forever. Judy you are going to be missed so much. We will never forget you, you are etched in our hearts for eternity. It will weigh on our hearts heavily but by God’s grace we will carry on. In lieu of flowers, her favorite charity was the Children’s Miracle Network. A memorial will be planned for sometime in May. We ask that you check back periodically as we get closer for further details.

4 Responses to Judith M. Kuzma

  • Kim Smith and Cathy Hanks says:

    We didn’t know Aunt Judy long, but fell in love with her immediately. She was so kind and welcoming you couldn’t help but like her and want to hang with her. She will be sorely missed.

  • Sharon Barbick says:

    Aunt Judy,although it was so sudden that you passed away,it was not to god.I will truly missyou ,i cant believe you are gone.i will cherish the 3 weeks that we had at christmas.I will always think of you.Have fun riding your harley lol. with lots of love always. Sharon

  • Aileen Smith says:

    My sympathy goes out to the family. I did not have the pleasure of meeting Ms Kuzma ( she sounds like a loving person with a big heart). Being a co-worker with Paula I couldn’t imagine anything but AWESOME she’s amazing and she deserved an amazing partner.

    May GOD comfort you Paula in this hour and keep you in his perfect peace. Aileen

  • Sandra Hansen says:

    I went to school with Judy and she will be missed at the reunion. What a personality!!!
    The ultimate cheer leader.

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