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Eaton

In Loving Memory

Eaton, Judith Ann (nee: Rutherford)

September 12, 1951 - July 17, 2023

Asleep in Jesus on July 17, 2023.  Loving wife of the late James L Eaton.
Beloved mother of Michele ( Kenny) Payne , Nicholas ( Becky) Eaton, Christopher (Sydney Walkenhorst) Eaton.
Adoring Grammy of Andrew, Kaitlin, Caroline and Theo.
Sister of Mike ( Missy) Rutherford.
Our dear sister-in-law, niece, aunt, cousin and friend.

Judy was a parishioner at St Elizabeth Of Hungary Catholic Church and a follower of her faith in God

SERVICES: Visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois Road on Monday, July 24, 8:30 a.m. until funeral service at 9:30 a.m.  Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, donation to charity of choice in memory of Judy.

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12 thoughts on “Eaton, Judith Ann (nee: Rutherford)”

  1. Aunt Judy has always been that special Aunt that always treated her nieces and nephews as her own. Until we meet again I love you

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  2. Dear Judy, faithful, God-fearing, wonderful woman: Rest in the Arms of the Lord forever. Well done, lovely daughter Michelle. Mom is at Peace.

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  3. So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Please accept our sympathy. Peace be with you. Dave and Karen Lehmkuhl

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  4. Sorry for you loss. My prayers are with you all, the last few years were tough. She has found peace Our Lord has taken her to her reward for being a fine human being. God bless you all, may she rest in peace.

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    • Thank you Larry
      My mom thought the world of you and Nancy – thank you for being great friends and always keeping her in your prayers

      Michele

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  5. So sorry to see our dear sweet Jude passed away. We met 52 years again n lived together off Chippewa with her n Jimbo. We moved to Ga n kept in touch with letters. She will always be our hearts n prayers. God Bless. Doris n Vern

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    • Thank you for being such amazing friends to my parents. They loved you so much and my mom always loved catching up with you through letters. Hope you are both well

      Michele

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  6. Just learned of Judy’s passing. She was such a beautiful person, so gentle and with a smile that would just make me melt. I dated Judy back in high school, took her to my senior prom, and she was truly my first real ‘love.’ The world is not as joyous without her presence.. I wish I could have found the time to catch up with her and tell her these things in person.

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