Judith Ann (Judy) Gleadhill Feb 3, 1966 – March 4, 2023, our first born, Judy came to us in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
She was a bright, pretty, precocious and, yes, demanding little girl. At nine months old she moved to Florida. During her lifetime Judy lived in Florida several times, Indiana, California several times and finally Texas. Judy’s greatest legacy and gift to us are her two sons, Isaac Gleadhill and Trevor Beach. Judy was a long-time employee of Home Depot and was very proud to wear the orange apron. Her intelligence and energy were a good fit. Many of her friends from her college days and Home Depot will miss her. Judy was a generous, caring and loving human being toward family and friends alike. Judy was also a dreamer with dreams often beyond her reach. Life was difficult for our Judy. We will never know the true depth of her struggles. She is at peace now. Finally at rest. Her soul will travel the universe for eternity. And maybe, just maybe, Judy has achieved her greatest dream of flying with the angels and touching the face of her Creator; loved forever, accepted forever, free forever.
Judy is survived by her husband Greg Record, her sons Isaac Gleadhill and Trevor Beach and their partners, three grandchildren, all of Quinlan TX, stepdaughter Alissa (Record) Watson, brother Trevor (Sue) Gleadhill of Lantana TX, niece Piper Gleadhill, nephew Hogan Gleadhill and mom and dad Lynne and Tony Gleadhill of Green Valley.
Written by family.