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Judith (Judy) Mayo
March 19, 2023
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We are saddened to announce the unexpected loss of our beautiful wife and mother, Judy, on March 19, 2023. Judy was predeceased by her father Wilmer Fedorchuk and golden retriever Buddy. She is survived by her husband Patrick, daughters Chantel (Brent) and Carly (Jesse), and “little boy” Wally. Additionally, she is survived by her mother Mary Ellen (Murray), siblings Kerry (Dora) and Jacqueline (Don), and other family and friends too numerous to name.
Doodlebug was born in Selkirk and raised in Petersfield. She spent her time crafting and creating, reading books, and listening to her records. Judy began working right after high school. She was an incredibly dedicated employee, rarely missing a day of work in her 44 years. She met Pat in her early twenties – it was love at first sight. Spending 42 years together, they had two daughters of whom they were so proud. As a mother, Judy was gentle and caring. She supported her daughters in whatever endeavours they chose to pursue across Canada, which often meant honing her skills as a FaceTime consultant and out-of-province traveller. All family members finally returned to Manitoba this past year and were able to make many new memories together. Seemingly a coincidence at the time, we now look back on the last year with immense gratitude.
Anyone who was fortunate enough to know Judy will remember her bright smile, kind heart, and calm but powerful presence. Although she preferred not to be the centre of attention, her quiet demeanour was captivating. Judy left a lasting impression on everyone she met. She enjoyed tending to her plants and flowers, soaking in the sunshine, and exploring new shops and restaurants.
In spite of challenges that came her way, her unwavering strength and ability to remain resilient was exceptional. Judy had a remarkable ability to find happiness in the small things. The next time you are enjoying a cup of tea, exploring a beautiful garden, or feeling the warmth of the sun, please think of Judy.
A celebration of life will be held on April 5, 2023 at 11:00 AM at Gilbart Funeral Home in Selkirk, Manitoba. The family invites all to attend.