Judy Elizabeth Waits
5/3/1950 - 12/23/2018

 




Judy Elizabeth Boswell-Waits transitioned for body to become another Heavenly Angel, on December 23, 2018.  Funeral services will be held on Friday at 1:00 p.m. in the chapel of Coker-Mathews Funeral Home with the burial to follow at Hall Cemetery.  Visitation will be Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home.  Judy was born to James Don Boswell and Maggie Nell Thomas Boswell Steelman on May 3, 1950 in Greenville, Texas.  She lived in Lone Oak, Texas. Judy worked for U. S. Brass out of Plano, Home Health services, and Fiberite.  For the last 29 years, she had a loving relationship with George Kimberlin, he preceded her in death last year.  George has a loving family and has given their time and love for Judy, they can not be thanked enough.  The family is so thankful their support for Judy.  Truly a gift from God, taking care of Judy is what their father (George) would have wanted.  Judy and George loved to ride on George’s Harley whenever they could, especially doing the Toy Run at Christmas.  They belonged to a bowling league here in Greenville named “The Desperados” where she was team captain.  Judy loved to make Friendship Bread during the holidays. Judy is survived by her daughter, Kay Hughes and husband, Larry of Farmersville; their three children and one grandson; son, Forrest Miles Smith and wife, Cecilia and daughter; sister, Susan Janelle Boswell-Saulters and husband and family; Deborah Allene Boswell and her children; adopted brother, Julius Hunt and wife, Donna and their 2 children of Brownwood;  Betty Boswell and her family of Cash, Texas; step-children, Patricia Shipman and husband, Kevin of Tom Bean, Diana Kimberlin of Sherman and Mary Kimberlin of Garland. She is also preceded in death by her parents and step-parents; and husband, Jerry Waits. Pallbearers will be Charlton Lane Long, David Cross, Tyler Dowling, Harley Hughes, Keith Smith, Kevin Shipman, Larry Hughes and honorary pallbearer will be Joe Bill. So in ending, Judy’s favorite line was when ending her phone conversations with, Love you later, God Bless and Love You More.









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