In Memory

Judy Speiser (Dorman)

Judith R. Dorman, 67, of Norman, Oklahoma passed away April 2, 2010 in Norman. She was born on September 7, 1942 in Alamosa, Colorado, to Charles and Betty Speiser. She is survived by her  sister Janet Von Koehe, sister Leslie Fleming, son David Dorman, daughter Dianna Dorman, and grandson Zachery Dorman. She was preceded in death by her mother and father.  

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07/03/10 04:02 PM #1    

Virginia Hardy (Martin)

I am so sorry to hear of Judy's death, but I know what a terrible disease Alzheimer's is.  I send my best wishes to her family and hope they now have some comfort.  Judy will be missed and those of us who attended school with her will hold her in our hearts with some wonderful memories of her.

07/03/10 04:22 PM #2    

Joe Sherriff

I was just thinking of Judy and wondering where she was and what she was doing.  I worked with her husband at Wards and remember him asking me about her.  "She is too good for you" I told him.  What a shock to learn of her passing.  Even sadder is that she was living less tha 2 hours away and I didn't know it. 

07/03/10 05:49 PM #3    

Sharon Rogers (Rankin)

 So sorry to hear of Judy's passing.  I have such good memories of the wonderful times we had in HS.  I remember so well coming to Denver for basketball tournaments and all the great fun we had and some of the trouble we got into.  I know she is in a better place now and, although it is hard on her family, they can all be glad she isn't suffering in any way.  

Bless her family.   

07/04/10 04:07 PM #4    

Margie Curtis (Asay)

Judy and I started kindergarten and went all the way through high school together--lots of birthday parties, riding bikes, slumber parties.  And then there was the Scout troop--cook-outs, camping, selling potato chips, the trip to Mexico.
For the 25th reunion of the Class of '60, Judy wrote about what she had done since graduation; she mentioned her children and then said, "They are great kids and, to date, truly my proudest accomplishments." I’ve thought of that comment many times over the years, and hope her children know what a blessing they were to her. 

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