Obituary of (Herva) Judy (Lynch) Winn
Judy Winn, age 79 years, 9 months and 27 days, died February 10, 2022 at Sonshine Manor in Republic, Missouri.
Judy lived most of her life in the Mack's Creek area. She was born April 14, 1942 in Springfield, Missouri, along with a twin brother, Herbert Jera Lynch, who only survived a few weeks after birth. She was the fourth daughter of Leonard Lynch and Hazel (Allen) Lynch.
She was a school teacher for the Hickory County R-1 School District (Skyline), retiring after 29 years in 2002, due to health reasons. She enjoyed traveling, quilting, embroidery, reading and taking care of her farm. Judy loved to talk and visit with anyone, in person or by phone. She was a member of a local club in the Macks Creek area until heath issues removed her from her home and friends.
She was God Loving, God Fearing, family first, opinionated, head strong, funny, and always ready for something new. To her family she was loving, caring, and generous to a fault. Wanting and expecting only the best for them and ready to help in any situation. She will be dearly missed by her family and many friends and acquaintenances.
Judy was preceeded in death by her husband, J.D. Winn, her son, Roy Winn, her daughter, Sherry D. Summers, her parents, Leonard and Hazel Lynch, her sisters, Delma Nations and Norma Stoufer, her brothers, Herbert Jera and Bertrey Jay Lynch.
She is survived by her daughter, Gail Tiffany and husband Fred of Edwards, Missouri, and Son-in-law Victor Summers of Macks Creek, Missouri and dear sister Patricia Stoufer of Macks Creek, Missouri. She was blessed with five grandchildren: Christopher Winn and wife Ngoc of Springfield, Missouri, Ambrea Hall and husband Jared of West Plains, Missouri, Shawn Malone and wife Jolene of Kaiser, Missouri, Jesse Summers and wife May of Fargo, North Dakota, and Jeremy Summers of Macks Creek, Missouri, and three step grandchildren: Rebecca Tiffany of Otterville, Missouri, Tamara Tiffany of Warsaw, Missouri and Freddy Tiffany and wife Tiffany of Edwards, Missouri.
Great grandchildren are: Nicholas Winn, Gabriel Winn, Zoey Summers, Rowan Summers, Dakota Summers, Damen Summers, Chavis Summers, Tracen Summers, Emmett Hall, Arizona Spicer, Kindyl Spicer, Freddy Tiffany IV, Hunter Tiffany, Timber Tiffany, Chloe Harrison and Clara Harrison.
Services for Judy will be held at Hopewell Freewill Baptist Church, Tunas, Missouri on Saturday, February 19. Visitation will be from noon until 2 p.m and funeral service will follow at 2 p.m. Burial will be in the Hopewell Cemetery.
A gathering of friends and family will follow the burial and will be held at the Branch Assembly of God Community Building.
The family requests donations in her honor be made to the Hopewell Cemetery Foundation, which was very near and dear to her heart.
1270 South Business Highway 5
Camdenton, Missouri 65020
14384 West Business Highway 54
Macks Creek, Missouri 65786
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Osage Beach, Missouri 65065