In Memory

David W. Judd

David was 34, at the time of his death on July 13, 1992.

His death was due to a gunshot wound.

David resided in Savannah, MO and is survived by his Mother, Joan of St. Joseph; a brother, Edward of Creston, IA; two sisters, Peggy Dunlap and Christine Judd, both of St. Joseph; and paternal grandmother, Florence of St. Joseph.

David W. Judd

     SAVANNAH, Mo - David W. Judd, 34, Savannah, formerly of St. Joseph, was found dead Monday, July 13, 1992, in Holt County, Mo., after dying from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound according to the Holt County Sheriff’s Department.

     A native of St. Joseph, Mr. Judd had lived there until moving to Savannah 10 years ago.

     He was employed as a mechanic for Greg Buick in St. Joseph for the past 15 years.

     Mr. Judd was graduated from Lafayette High School in St. Joseph and was of the Protestant faith.

     He was preceded in death by his father, Forrest, in 1988; and his paternal grandfather, Joseph.

     Surviving:  his mother, Joan of St. Joseph; a brother, Edward of Creston, Iowa; two sisters, Peggy Dunlap and Christine Judd, both of St. Joseph; and paternal grandmother, Florence of St. Joseph.

     Service:  2 p.m. Thursday, at the Gladden-Stamey Funeral Home, St. Joseph.  Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery, St. Joseph. Visitation: after 5 p.m. today at the funeral home where the family will receive friends from 6 to 8 tonight.  The casket will be closed.

 



 
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02/26/10 02:20 PM #1    

Danny Ezzell

David,I had the privelage to know you for all our time in school,from grade school through High school.You were a quiet but fun person to be around.Your preasence is missed by those of us who knew you and had the time to be around you.Whether you know it or not you have made an impact on all of us.On hearing of your passing it was as though all my breath had left my body.A person like you deserved to stay with us,but as we know God wanted you with him.Your in a better place now,but you are missed and things are not the same.

04/13/10 11:25 PM #2    

Albert "Rusty" Drake

I had only a few friends while in high school, David being one of them. I recall driving by David's house for quite some time after graduation & seeing him out working on his car.

David, I never knew your fate but often wonder about you. Here's to your memory, and to being a good friend while in school.

God bless.

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