In Celebration of Judy A. Duncan
July 30, 1941 - January 26, 2024
Judith Ann Duncan, a beloved mother, and grandmother, passed away on January 26, 2024, at the age of 82. She was born to John and Mavis (Newman) Woodahl in Great Falls, Montana. She is survived by her loving children: Kevin (Anel) Huseby, Nord (Cheryl) Huseby and Farrah (Bryant) Middleton; her grandchildren: Melissa (Donald) Madron, Kevin Huseby Jr., Grace Huseby; her great grandchildren: Shane Huseby, Kyle Madron, Alex Madron and Alexus Madron; her great-great grandchildren: Constance Rose Ann Huseby and Wynter Alana Madron and her sisters: Lana Frederick, Jeanne Novy and Patty Frier.
She was preceded in death by her son: Michael Huseby; her husbands: Adrian Huseby, Gerry Gier and Rush Duncan; her parents: John and Mavis Woodahl and her siblings: Mark Woodahl and Joan Zimmerman.
Judy proudly worked for the U.S. Government at both Yuma Proving Ground and Malmstrom Air Force Base. She very much enjoyed her work at both locations. She helped multiple families, served the community, impacted and touched many lives during her civil service. She retired after 25 years.
Judy also volunteered a lot of her time to nursing homes. She always went above and beyond her call of duty to help others in need. She would be there for them just as a friend, to help with a hair style, polish their nails and anything she could think of to be loving and kind to them. Judy who had a heart of gold would do anything she could for others. She had a beautiful soul that will carry on forever.
Judy Loved spending time with her family, whether it was cooking, eating, decorating, shopping, doing puzzles, just being around the house with the family, smiling, laughing, whatever it was as long as she was with them. It meant the whole world to her. She never wanted more than her family to be happy.
Judy will be remembered for her warm smile, gentle demeanor, and compassionate heart. She touched the lives of all who knew her. She is leaving behind a legacy of love, kindness, and perseverance. She will be missed deeply by family, friends, and all who had the privilege of knowing her.
Although the pain of parting may be great, the love we shared will forever remain in our hearts. As we never lose the ones we love. For even in death, their love lives on in our hearts. We all know that we can’t have you, but we are happy knowing that the angels have finally got you back. Farewell to a wonderful woman, a beautiful mother, and special grandmother. We love you!
A Celebration of Judy’s Life will be held in Yuma, Arizona. The date will be announced at a later time.