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Judith Ann Skief


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Judith Ann Skief Born in Elyria, Ohio on August 9, 1943, passed away on May 28, 2022 At Mountain view Hospital Mesa, Az  from COPD with her daughter by her side.

She was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, friend and cared about those around her and the lives she touched.

She was preceded in death by her mother Phylliss E. Tschappatt, father James L. Reynoldd, and her brothers David Reynolds and Larry Readlinger.

She is the mother of 4 children (John Waters, Kenny Waters, Chris Skief and Tammy Young, Grandmother of 7 ( Kara-Jo, Aaron (deceased) Ryan, Justin, Jacob, Connor and Chloe) and Great Grandmother of 2  Rachel and Maleah James.

Judy Spent her life helping friends in need, she loved spending quiet time sitting by the river and always called Superstition Mountain her home.

As her health declined and kept her closer to home, she still made every effort to hold on to her everyday life and her day-to-day routines with the help from her son Chris. She was a true friend to so many and held them all dear to her heart.  She was always the one to call when a person was in need of help, she was there.

She will be missed,  this world will not be the same without her in it.  We will not be the same without her in it.

Please contact her daughter, Tammy Young at 480-229-1271 for service information.

Hummingbird Spirit:

I’ve come to seek you out today,

I feel your pain, you’ve lost your way

I’ve never left I live through you.

Our hearts entwined, our bond is true.

No time nor space can take away,

The love we share will always stay.

Thank you for still loving me,

I am everywhere and finally free.

It’s still your turn so take every chance,

To love with wonder, to sing and dance.

I won’t be far my soul lives on,

With every sunset and every dawn.

I’ll be your sign, just look for me.

I am still with you eternally.

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6 responses to “Judith Ann Skief”

  1. Tammy Young says:

    I’ll think of you everyday, I’ll pray for you everyday. Watch over us and keep us safe. I miss you so much, I love you mom!

  2. Tammy Young says:

    Love ❤️ you

  3. Strawberry Long says:

    I met Judith many years ago very serious lady but she was very quirky at times. She was always very nice to me. May she rest in peace.

  4. Justin says:

    Rest well grandma you are loved and will be missed greatly I love you

  5. Susie says:

    Judy was such a joy to know, I never seen her not smiling. I seen her last month and she still had that amazing smile.

  6. Todd Copper says:

    Judy was a trooper, through all the ups and downs and raising 4 kids, she somehow managed to keep her wits about her. Judy you are already missed, keep us safe and twinkle a star so we know where you are. God bless you Judy Skief.

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Judith Ann Skief


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Judith Ann Skief Born in Elyria, Ohio on August 9, 1943, passed away on May 28, 2022 At Mountain view Hospital Mesa, Az  from COPD with her daughter by her side.

She was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, friend and cared about those around her and the lives she touched.

She was preceded in death by her mother Phylliss E. Tschappatt, father James L. Reynoldd, and her brothers David Reynolds and Larry Readlinger.

She is the mother of 4 children (John Waters, Kenny Waters, Chris Skief and Tammy Young, Grandmother of 7 ( Kara-Jo, Aaron (deceased) Ryan, Justin, Jacob, Connor and Chloe) and Great Grandmother of 2  Rachel and Maleah James.

Judy Spent her life helping friends in need, she loved spending quiet time sitting by the river and always called Superstition Mountain her home.

As her health declined and kept her closer to home, she still made every effort to hold on to her everyday life and her day-to-day routines with the help from her son Chris. She was a true friend to so many and held them all dear to her heart.  She was always the one to call when a person was in need of help, she was there.

She will be missed,  this world will not be the same without her in it.  We will not be the same without her in it.

Please contact her daughter, Tammy Young at 480-229-1271 for service information.

Hummingbird Spirit:

I’ve come to seek you out today,

I feel your pain, you’ve lost your way

I’ve never left I live through you.

Our hearts entwined, our bond is true.

No time nor space can take away,

The love we share will always stay.

Thank you for still loving me,

I am everywhere and finally free.

It’s still your turn so take every chance,

To love with wonder, to sing and dance.

I won’t be far my soul lives on,

With every sunset and every dawn.

I’ll be your sign, just look for me.

I am still with you eternally.

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6 responses to “Judith Ann Skief”

  1. Tammy Young says:

    I’ll think of you everyday, I’ll pray for you everyday. Watch over us and keep us safe. I miss you so much, I love you mom!

  2. Tammy Young says:

    Love ❤️ you

  3. Strawberry Long says:

    I met Judith many years ago very serious lady but she was very quirky at times. She was always very nice to me. May she rest in peace.

  4. Justin says:

    Rest well grandma you are loved and will be missed greatly I love you

  5. Susie says:

    Judy was such a joy to know, I never seen her not smiling. I seen her last month and she still had that amazing smile.

  6. Todd Copper says:

    Judy was a trooper, through all the ups and downs and raising 4 kids, she somehow managed to keep her wits about her. Judy you are already missed, keep us safe and twinkle a star so we know where you are. God bless you Judy Skief.

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