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Judith Ellen Robins

September 20, 1934 - January 7, 2019

Services Date: January 10, 2019

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Posted by:
Susan Grody Ruben

Posted on:
January 10, 2019

Auntie Judy, I will love you forever. Thank you for always being so good to me and to my family. It is hard to accept that you, Mickey, Rolla, and Jerry are gone. Love, Susan

Posted by:
Barbara Winthrop

Posted on:
January 9, 2019

I am one of those St.Paulites who knew Judy as THE TWINS. We met in Mrs. Hirsch's first grade class at Mt. Zion Temple. Judy was always the cutest, smartest, most talented and best Lindy dancer in our tightly knit group of Jewish girls. She was a leader and I followed her to, oh so many, youth group activities! We were the first to call each other when we had news to share. I have a collection of whimsical and clever poems that Judy created for me through our years of friendship. And her watercolor paintings? I told her to sell them. "They're so darn good, Judy! You'll be rich!" I saw her last week and we talked. When I left, she said, "Be careful out there." Now THE TWINS are locked in my memory. I will miss her so much.

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
January 9, 2019

Rest In Peace

Posted by:
Wendy Reres Speed

Posted on:
January 8, 2019

Sincere condolences to the family. May her memory be a blessing.

Posted by:
Barbara Winthrop

Posted on:
January 8, 2019

I am one of those St. Paulites who knew Judy as THE TWINS . We met in Mrs. Hirsch's first grade class at Mt. Zion Temple. Judy was always the cutest, smartest, most talented, and best dancer in our close knit group of Jewish girls. She was a leader and I followed her to, oh, so many youth group activities! I have a collection of whimsical and clever poems that she created for me. She could rhyme anything, ending with a funny punchline. And her watercolor paintings? I told her to sell them. "They're just so darn good, Judy! You'll be rich!" I visited her last week and we talked. When I left, she said, " Be careful out there." Now THE TWINS are locked in my memory. I will miss her so much.