Judy Lacy Anderson

Judy Lacy Anderson of Dickinson, TX, entered into eternity with her Savior on July 3, 2020 having succumbed to brain cancer.  She was born November 8, 1944 to Gordon and Ruth (Sharp) Anderson.  She is predeceased by her parents, sister Linda Hughes, and daughter-in-law Dinah Williams.

She is survived by her devoted husband Jerry Anderson and children Rick (Lynley) Williams, Donna (James) Logan, Ronnie Williams, Britt (Richard) Davis, and Joel Anderson.  Grandchildren: Shawn and Shane Williams: Roy and Rusty (Angelina) Ybarra; Jeromy, Patrick, and Jacob Logan; Trevor, Skyler, and Gavin Waltenbaugh; Gabrielle Reeder, Emalee, Landon, and Morgan Anderson.  Great-granddaughters: Ellie Williams and Coral Ybarra.

Also mourning are her many friends and extended family, including nephew Kevin (Terry) Hughes and lifelong friend Melissa Smith.

The family welcomes honoring Judy by make a donation to help spread the gospel.  Please consider a memorial to The Bible League (bibleleague.org) or the charity of your choice as an expression of sympathy instead of flowers.

There will be a visitation for Judy 5:00 – 7:00 PM, Tuesday, July 7, 2020, with funeral services 9:00 AM, Wednesday, July 8, 2020, at Crowder Funeral Home Chapel, Dickinson, Texas. Interment will follow at Forest Park East Cemetery, Webster with Mark Nevels officiating.

8 comments

  1. To Judy’s family: I’m so sorry for your loss. Prayers for all of you. May Eternal Light shine upon her.

    Nina Knight
    • Thank you so much for your encouraging words. She will be greatly missed.

      Donna Williams Logan
  2. An incredible woman who I had the priveldge of considering family over the last 20 years. My heart goes out to everyone she touched throughout her great time among us.

    Keith Gaines
    • We have lost such a beautiful person. My heart is sadden by this loss. My prayers are with Jerry and family.

      sharon wilton
  3. Worked several years at DSB with Miss Judy and Mr Gordon. Had a lot of fun and a lot of laughs. She was a great person.

    Sondra Kay Cannon
  4. Judy will be truly missed by all who knew her. Her sweet smile and voice and encouraging nature were only a few of her greatest assets. She was easy to know and easy to love. We mourn along with her friends and family.

    Buddy and Judy Wyche
  5. We will miss our sweet Judy. Her sweet smile and voice and encouraging ways were only a few of her great assets. Judy was easy to know and easy to love. We join in prayer for all of her friends and family.

    Buddy and Judy Wyche
  6. Ms. Judy was my wonderful neighbor for 25 years. She fed me in many ways. She was a loving, caring and beautiful person. I will miss her smiling face, her loving touch, her shrimp dip at Christmas and Thanksgiving and all the wisdom she bestowed on me though lots of hard times. I know she’s in Heaven with her loving God. I will miss her dearly.

    Annette LeBlanc

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