Judy Lightsey Kinkle Landry
SEPTEMBER 2, 1950 – JANUARY 30, 2021
Judy Lightsey Kinkle Landry, a native of West Monroe and a proud resident of Gibson achieved her highest goal on Saturday, January 30, 2021 when she drew her final breath on earth, and moved with love and grace into the arms of her Heavenly Father while surrounded by her loving family. Faith was the core guiding principle of Judy’s life. Her devotion to being a ‘servant of Christ’ could be seen in her choices and priorities.
Judy retired from her latest job many years back as a hotshot driver, which she immensely enjoyed. Highly creative, Judy had many talents though her passion was manly seen in her cross-stitching, and recently her diamond art pieces.
She unwillingly leaves behind her husband of 28 years, Terry P. Landry of Gibson; her son, Jaime Kinkle and his wife, Connie, of Houma; her daughter, (baby girl) Jennifer K. Gros and her husband, Lloyd, of Stephensville; two step children, Cherie Ibert and her husband, Geoff, of Bayou Vista, and Craig Landry and his wife, Jennifer, Ricohoc; three granddaughters, Paige Adams (Miss Paige) and her husband, Timothy, of Morgan City; Carissa Kinkle of Morgan City, and Paizley Gros of Stephensville; three great-granddaughters, Olivia Grace Adams, Briar Lee Adams, and Charley Chapman; one great-grandson, KJ Chatman; and 11 step-great-grandchildren.
Judy also leaves one sister, Nancy Lightsey; one brother Roger Lightsey; numerous nieces, nephews and friends; one special friend she also said was her sister, Mickey Ulmer; and her fur puppy Paris that never left her side.
Meeting her at heavens gates will be her father, DeWitt Lightsey; her mother, Emily McClendon Lightsey; her sister and best friend, Carolyn Kinkle; her brother, Ronnie Lightsey, Sr.; her mother-in-law, Valla Landry; along with cousins, aunts, uncles, nephews.
Family and friends are invited to attend a Celebration of Life gathering on February 3, 2021 from 9am to 12 noon, at Hargrave Funeral Home with services at 12 noon, in the Hargrave Funeral Home Chapel. Following services, Judy will be laid to rest in the Grace Memorial Park Cemetery in Plaquemine, LA.
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