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Judith L. Conboy

d. May 27, 2013

Judith L. Conboy, loving mother and grandmother, age 71, of Springfield, passed away on Monday May 27, 2013 at Memorial Medical Center.

She is survived by her children, Christopher W. Sunley, Kimberly L. (Jay) Sunley-Branson, Daniel D. Sunley; sisters, Joyce (Lloyd) Fraase and Sharon Conboy; grandchildren, Dawn (TJ) M. Kelton, Corey W. Branson, Danielle E. Sunley, Amanda L. Sunley; and great-grandchild, Bella G. Kelton; future great-grandchild, Lela R. Kelton; nephews, Michael (Debbie) Wooldridge, John (Karen) Fraase, Todd (Deidra) Fraase, Michael L. (Bridget) Fraase; great-nephews, Sawyer Fraase, Adam and Christian Rembert; a niece, Ann Marie (George) Rembert; and great-niece, Dakota Fraase.

She is preceded in death by her parents; a brother, Theodore Conboy; and a sister, Mary Ann Merkell. Judith was born July 9, 1941 in Springfield, Illinois, the daughter of William J. and Gladys Hill Conboy.

She worked for the Illinois Farm Bureau Extension Office for ten years and later for the Illinois State Board of Education for 38 years, retiring in June of 2012.

Judith especially cherished her grandchildren and enjoyed her crystal collection.

Cremation rites were accorded. Private family services were held.

Memorials can be made to American Heart Association.

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  1. Sorry to hear about Judy when I got up this morning. Although I hadn’t seen her in many years, I remember her as someone who had a good heart. She is another person who passed through my life that I wish I could have spent more time with. My heart is with the family during this time of bereavement.

    Al Swettman

  2. Memories of riding the Pleasant Plains School bus together in the early 1960’s. Judy & I were co-workers at the Illinois State Board of Education for many years. I will remember Judy for her humor, work ethic, and generosity. She was a beautiful lady.

    I pray that memories will comfort her family, especially her twin, Joyce. May the Lord comfort you in the difficult days ahead.

  3. I was so saddened to learn of Judy’s passing. Not aware that she had been ill and in the hospital. We worked together at ISBE a lot of years about the same number of years 38. She was a sweet lady and co-worker and she loved her grandkids for sure. She will be missed. Prayers to all of the family. Rest in peace sweet friend.

  4. Dear Joyce,

    What fond memories I have of the fun we all had in high school! Please accept my sympathy at this sad time and know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    Jean Hagen Machen

  5. Judy and I worked at ISBE. I always loved her sense of humor. She was a great worker and friend to those she worked with at the office. I will always remember her. Your family is in my prayers.

  6. Judy and I worked together at ISBE, she was a great friend of mine. She loved her kids and grandchildren,she talked about them all the time. Judy left us way to soon, I’ll miss her so much. She would have loved her picture in her obit.

    my condolences to all her family, Gone to soon

  7. Dear aunt Judy, I am glad we were closer the past few years through emails and our family tree. Val, Duana and I all have fond memories of spending time with you, aunt Joyce, aunt Sharon, and granny and all the family down there as children. Rest in Peace.

    Love to all, Lily


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