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Judith A. Garner

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GARNER, Judith A., 83, of Springfield, passed away Monday, October 26, 2020. Judith was born December 1, 1936 in Salem, Illinois to Hallie and Edna (Richardson) Seiber. She graduated from Salem High School in 1954 and married her high school sweetheart, Richard, a year later. They then relocated to Springfield where they raised three children. She worked at Key Bank for over 30 years, and later worked at Home City Federal for 10 years. She enjoyed her work at the bank and thrived, ascending from secretary to bank officer. Judith was very creative and enjoyed decorating, crafts, and home fix-it projects.
She was a dedicated gardener, designing and creating a beautiful backyard pond with park-like landscape. She is survived by her husband, Richard Garner; three children, Jeffrey (Katy) Garner, Michael (Janet Walsh) Garner and Tamela (Robert France) Chapman; four grandchildren, Alex, Melanie, Devin and Christopher; three siblings, Wanda Ajster, Dale Seiber and Ed Seiber; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a grandson, Nicholas. A private memorial service will be held for the family. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Judith’s memory. Arrangements by CONROY FUNERAL HOME.
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My deepest condolences to you and your family Richard. Godspeed!

- Verlin Richardson, Friday October 30th, 2020

Dear Richard, Jeff, Mike, Tami and families, We are praying that our Lord will give you His Comfort and His Peace as you celebrate the life of Judy, your loving wife, mother, grandmother, and sibling. Pat remembers Judy as one of her earliest playmates; cousin and neighbor, and the memories are both many and good. Later, when we retired to Ohio; Judy and Richard shared many activities with us. Meals, movies, games, and just visiting; and they also shared their families with us. Later these activities extended to winter in Florida. We saw Judy as an encourager; she always had a way of wanting to help everyone do well, and that included family, friends, and business associates. May that memory help all of us. In the Spirit of Ps 37:4. 'May the Lord Bless you, and all you hold dear.' Love, Pat (Seiber) and David Schmisseur

- Patricia Schmisseur, Friday October 30th, 2020

We were so saddened to hear about Aunt Judy's passing. After my mom (Mary Anne Murdock Seiber) passed in January, Dad (Dale Seiber) was missing his siblings even more. We had so hoped to get together this past summer. Sadly that was not to be... I pray you all feel the love and support from family and friends. Know that we are here for Uncle Richard and all of you...even if we can't be there in person. Love and prayers

- Valerie Seiber Tidwell, Thursday October 29th, 2020

Tami, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

- Kim (Woods) Sesslar, Wednesday October 28th, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Judy's passing. I worked with her at the former Springfield Bank, (later Society Bank, Key Bank). Then on to Home City. My most sincere condolences to Richard and family.

- Debbie Moore, Wednesday October 28th, 2020

Deepest condolences, prayers to the entire family.

- Beth & Tim Neville, Wednesday October 28th, 2020

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