She threw countless weddings for the needy and every friend that would let her just take the reigns. Her talents showed through many birthday parties, graduation celebrations and more. None could throw together a bigger party on a smaller budget and have people leaving in awe.
The stories and descriptions about this phenomenal lady could go on and on. There was no one quite like Judy Goddard Wreath, and we all have lost more than a wife and matriarch, though she certainly was that. We have lost more than a friend and mother and grandmother, though of course, she was those things too. She was a woman who knew her gifts and used them to the best of her ongoing ability in order to serve others, to make their lives better and to make hers meaningful. She was a woman who wanted more than anything to please her living God so that she could one day be called up to heaven and be reunited with so many loved ones.
A Celebration of Life for Judy was held Oct. 24, at Abundant Life Pentecostal Church in Moore. Interment followed at Moore Cemetery in Moore. Services were under the direction of the John M. Ireland Funeral Home and chapel in Moore.
The vacancy she leaves will be felt more deeply with every day, but the legacy she leaves can only thrive. We all love you, Judy, and miss you terribly. And Mr. H. says he’ll see you in the morning.
Norman Transcript, Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013