Judith Scott Romig Haab

David Peake
December 28th, 2016
6 comments

6 comments
  • A beautiful portrait of a beautiful person inside and out and who will be sorely missed by all those she touched.

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  • Judy was a great addition to the Paupac Community. She planted perennial plants on the Lodge porch and near the lower tennis court — many are still there today & I think of her each time I see them.
    After Judy moved over to Skytop, I remember a day when several women from Paupac went to Skytop to play golf. After our game, Judy joined us for a delightful lunch as we talked about old times.

    Rest in peace, Judy.

    Lili Cohen

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  • I will miss you. She defined what a mom, grand mom and a lady was. I’ll miss her wonderful sense of humor. She was caring, compassionate, loving and yet extremely strong, a rare combination.

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  • Linda G Hirshorn / January 5, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    A remarkable lady who so enjoyed and loved her 4 children, (and grandchildren), and life!! I want to extend my deepest sympathy to all of them at this very sad time.

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  • Patricia Corcoran Griffin / January 17, 2017 at 10:08 am

    The kindest, most giving, strongest but gentle, loving lady I have ever met.
    Although she suffered every day of her later years, she never mentioned it but rather dealt with it gracefully. By the way she lived she set an example for everyone on generosity of spirit! She is with God now. And we have our memories…….

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