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Obituaries



Georgine Judge
Georgine Judge

 

Georgine Judge

Feb 08, 1930 - Sep 09, 2013

Georgine Althea Judge, 83, of Great Falls, died on Monday, September 9, 2013 at a local hospice facility.
 
A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at Hillcrest Lawn Memorial Chapel. Burial will follow at Highland Cemetery. Schnider Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
 
Georgine was born on February 8, 1930 in Ronan, Montana to Arthur and Gladys (Jackson) Johnson. She married Donald Judge in 1952 in Great Falls, Montana.
 
In 1978, she began painting with oil and watercolors. Georgine enjoyed making quilts and clothing, flowers and nature, and spending time camping. She especially loved her family and was loved by all.
 
Georgine was the chairman of the Western Heritage Artist Association for five years, chaplain for the Westside VFW LadiesAuxiliary, and attended the Cowboys for Christ events.
 
Georgine is survived by her son, Richard Hansard of Rudyard; and daughter Dawn (Antonios Fkiaras) Judge of Great Falls.
 
She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Judge; parents; sister Laura Craig; and brother-in-law Loyd Craig.

Public Guest Book

Sep 13th
Ron & Echo Ukrainetz
Richard and Dawn, Gigi was such a wonderful woman, and she was a wonderful friend. She was so supportive of artists and artisans. I miss her wit and humor, and our great conversations on everything. Please know that our thoughts are with all of you. "What you do and keep to yourself, goes with you when you pass.What you share with others lives on forever". She will live on forever because she gave us all something very special.
Sep 15th
Ira & Evie Sumner
May the Lord bless Georgine's family at this time of loss. We appreciated her great outlook on life and her sense of humor. Please accept our sympathy to you all.
Ira and Evie Sumner
Sep 15th
Ira & Evie Sumner
May each beautiful memory of the one who has gone before you be captured by angels and carried in the stars... and may you smile each time you look up to the heavens, knowing her spirit is shining down upon your heart.

 


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