Obituary of Judy Ann Fuller
Judy Ann Fuller, 68, of Lumberton, passed away Friday, July 20, 2018 in Beaumont. She was born November 28, 1949, in Durrant, Oklahoma, to Bennie Dooley Sr. and Jimmy Patricia Everson.
Judy was a loving Wife, Mother, Sister, Grandmother and Friend to all who knew her. Her favorite thing to do was cook and spend time with her family. She also loved going to the lake and making memories with her children, friends and family.
Judy was a very hard worker her entire life. She worked most of her life as a waitress at Denny’s in Beaumont. It was a very hard and tough job, but she always made it looks so easy and she always did the job with such style, grace and professionalism. She always loved being around people, so her next two jobs were no surprise to her family, when she chose to work in the cafeteria at the Evadale paper mill for over 11 years then went on to become a door greeter at Lumberton Wal-Mart.
Judy had the most infectious smile that would light up any room and make you smile right back her. She always saw the positive in every situation and everyone no matter how much bad you had done, she chose to see the good and she believed everyone could change and deserved a second chance. She loved life, her kids and family and only wanted everyone to be healthy and happy. She knew she was truly blessed and never took anything for granted.
Judy was saved and believed in our God and heaven and has now gained her wings. She is no longer suffering or in any pain. She has reunited with her lost loved ones in Heaven.
So today we don’t say goodbye to her, we say until we meet again...
Rest In peace Judy Ann Fuller. Until we meet again.
Judy is survived by her daughter, Tina Taylor and husband Shane of Lumberton; sons, James McKenzie and wife Tammy of Lumberton, Johnny McKenzie of Lumberton; grandchildren, Robert Tunnell, Jr., Katie McKenzie, Bonnie McKenzie, Cody Oglesbee, Alyssa Harvey, Sarah McKenzie, Dallas McKenzie, Marissa McKenzie Brayden McKenzie; 11 great grandchildren; sisters, Kathy Kepler and husband Billy of Honduras, Susie Galik and husband James of White Settlement; brother Samuel Everson and wife Della of Temple. She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Tommy Fuller; daughter, Tammy Holland; son, Bobby McKenzie and brother, Bennie Dooley.
A memorial service is scheduled at Farmer Funeral Home on Saturday, July 28, 2018, at 1:00pm.