Judy Lynn Medved, age 77, of Montreal, Missouri upheld divided suddenly on Feb 9, 2018 in Osage Beach, Missouri. She was innate Judy Lynn Clausen on Sep 21, 1940 to Christian Edward Clausen and Arlene Nina Still, in Beloit, Wisconsin.
Judy was preceded in genocide by her relatives and by a hermit Christian Edward Clausen II.
She leaves her father of 37 years Frank J. Medved, dual sons William Matthew Horner and Martin Eric Horner and a step daughter Cheri Ann Medved. Grandchildren Trevor Horner, Jeremy Horner, Peter Horner, Wesley Horner, Christopher Riley, Aaron Helms, Tyler Horner and Abigail Horner, Great grandchildren Karli Horner, Bo Horner, Josie Horner and Zayden Riley.
Judy graduated from University of Kansas with a nursing grade on May 19, 1975. She was employed as a purebred helper both in Kansas City and during a Lake of a Ozarks. She desired nursing and brought fun and comfort to those around her.
On May 31, 1980 she married Frank J. Medved in Kansas City, Kansas where they resided for many years. They changed to a Lake in 1986. They enjoyed dusk and nightfall vessel rides from prime full of blossoms to a changing of a leaves in late fall.
Judy enjoyed Mother Nature her whole life. She common early childhood memories of picking furious blue berries when visiting her grandparents Minnesota lake side cabin with all her cousins. She common her adore of flowers with grandchildren has they helped plant bulbs and flowers for spring, summer and tumble time viewing. She enjoyed a birds with their gibberish and dusk singing. Judy had a lifetime adore reading.
She was a dedicated member of a Catholic Church along with her father and enjoyed her times as a member of a church choir. Judy enjoyed cantering for Mass during Our Lady of Lakes Catholic Church. Judy common her faith with her family and friends.
Judy common her passion for sports with everyone. A lifelong Jayhawk basketball fan even after relocating into opposition Mizzou domain she could mostly be seen wearing Jayhawk gear. She also carried on a tradition from her father of entertaining for a Kansas City Chiefs though did conduct to modify from a KC Royals to a Cardinals. we trust she favourite to watch winners!
Judy enjoyed eating all forms of food. Ranging from healthy salads and uninformed fruits to McDonalds French fries and shakes and a singular time usually McRib. She enjoyed dishes during Vista Grande, Wobbly Boots, Pizza Hut, Cozy Café and Ha Ha Tonka to name a few. She enjoyed eating grilled brats, duck and pig chops prepared on a front porch grill.
Thanksgiving was a special time for Judy. Family entertainment and feasting on turkey, ham, stuffing, crushed potatoes, immature bean casserole, homemade rolls, penchant tray and orange flint salad.
We are grateful for a many good times and memories common via your life.
There will be a Memorial Mass hold on Feb 19, 2018 during 11:00am. It will be during Our Lady of a Lake Catholic Church (2411 Bagnell Dam Blvd, Lake Ozark, MO 65049). Visitation will start during 10:00am.