In Memory

Judith Heller (McCandlish)

Judith Heller (McCandlish)

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05/14/15 10:43 PM #1    

Sharon Ganim (Smiley Lusk)

Does anyone know what happened?

RIP Judy.  I have so many fond memories from grade school.

05/14/15 11:21 PM #2    

Cynthia Ganim

RIP Judy, we had some great times. Prayers bro your family

05/15/15 02:44 PM #3    

Richard H. Brown

Thoughts are with here and her family.  My first slow dance at Canteen at Plymouth Church monitored by Mr. grosser

05/15/15 06:55 PM #4    

Sharon Ganim (Smiley Lusk)

Oh My Gosh Richard!  Every Friday night. Haven't thought about that in years.

05/16/15 12:06 AM #5    

Bonnie Anderson (Essick)

wow - reading these replies - so sad Judy left us - what happened?


The mention of "canteen"....I had COMPLETELY forgotton about that Plymouth Church on Friday nights - wow.


So sorry for the loss of Judy - was a friend  "forever" ....


So fortunate for all of us to have this site to keep connected - for the good and not so good...




05/16/15 09:31 AM #6    

Alice Levenson

In the summer after 7th grade, I think it was, I used to walk over to Judy's.  Then we would either walk to get a lemon ice at a little place near St. Cecelia's or stroll over to the junior high.  I was always struck by the care Judy took getting dressed - she always ironed everything, even her hair ribbons.

05/16/15 01:10 PM #7    

David Pelunis

So sorry to hear about the passing of Judy Heller McCandlish.  

I fondly remember the Plymouth Church canteen, where I was the student disc jockey, and our teacher sponsor was Dick Tappenden, who also ran Camp Adanac in Canada.

05/18/15 04:49 PM #8    

Gail Atleson (Rosewater)

I am so sad.  I knew Judy from Sutton Road and Moreland School.  My sister Susi played with her sister Laurel.  We went trick or treating with them in the snow!!  That was a long time ago but a great memory. She will be missed.

06/04/15 09:51 AM #9    

Margaret D. Aghajanian (Semarjian)

I saw Judy at the nail salon every other week or so. Was fun catching up with her all the time. Will miss her.


06/05/15 11:31 PM #10    

Virginia Coneglio (McCormac)

So sorry to hear about Judy. Her life was cut short.

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