With heavy hearts we say goodbye to another beautiful soul who lost her life to Cancer. Judy L. Carrara (Jones) was surrounded by friends, family, and her beloved pets (Jezabell and Bridgette) while she said her final goodbye to this wonderful life she lived. Judy has been a Pend Oreille/ Bonner County resident for over twenty years. Prior to moving to this area she spent most of her life in the California area where she had two children Donny and Samantha Applegate.
Judy loved life, loved nature, gardening, cooking, her family, and her animals. Judy loved caring for others so much that she became a professional In Home Caregiver to help others who chose to stay home instead of entering a facility. Judy was possibly the strongest woman a person could ever meet. With all the employment opportunities that she had in her life, waitress, security guard, etc., she loved Care giving the most.
Judy is survived by her Daughter Samantha Stayton Applegate, her Son Donny Applegate, ten grandchildren (Donny’s seven) Desiree and Zach Odylo, Donny Jr., Zena, Alayna, Christina, Bailey, and Holly; (Samantha’s three) Jonnathan, Kassandra, and Seth; Judy was also blessed to meet four of her great grandchildren given by Desiree and Zach are Morgan and Masyn, given by Donny Jr., Quinn, and given by Jonnathan, Safina.
Judy is also survived by Three Brothers and one sister, Raymond Jones, Glenn Jones, Michael Jones, and Cheryl Jones Lange. Judy was preceded in death by her parents Glenn and Elaine Jones and a sister Pamela Jones.
When you closed her eyes and soared to the Heavens above, we could hear the faint flutter from your wings. Mom you are loved by so many and will be missed terribly. Rest In Peace Beautiful Woman!
Sherman-Campbell Funeral and Cremation Services in Newport is in charge of arrangements. Family and friends are invited to sign the online guest book at shermancampbell.com
Sherman-Campbell Funeral and Cremation Services
PO Box 809 Newport, WA. 99156
Phone: 509-447-3118 Fax: 509-447-3247
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