Judy Ann Weigel, age 80, died July 26, 2022, at The Arbors at Waldron
Position Memory Treatment Assisted Residing in Hutchinson, KS. She was born
February 17, 1942, in Munjor, KS, to Felix and Elizabeth (Herrman)
Schumacher. Everybody who knew Judy, knows she was a “social butterfly”
and her greatest talent was her “gift of gab.” This gained her the
nickname of the Munjor Lilly early in lifetime.
Judy experienced a enthusiasm for songs she inherited from her father at an
early age. For the duration of Higher University, she would normally vacation with her father on
the weekends playing her saxophone when he played the accordion in the
Hermanettes polka band for anniversaries and weddings all about Kansas.
Judy graduated from Hays Superior College in 1960, where by she was crowned
homecoming queen. While nonetheless in high university, she labored at her uncle’s
attractiveness salon soon after faculty, supporting clean client’s hair. It was there
Judy turned interested in getting a Cosmetologist. Right after high school she
attended Sidney’s Hairdressing Academy in Hutchinson, KS when living
with her sister Alma and her relatives. Judy definitely loved all
youngsters. Her nephews frequently share tales about waiting at the entrance
doorway for Judy to get out of college so she could rescue them from the
residence for a little bit as she walked them to Peter Pan for ice product cones.
When operating for one more uncle at his community ice cream parlor in
Hays, KS, Judy achieved the like of her everyday living Darrell, as he chased her about
the ice product cupboard a single working day when he sent milk and ice product from
the LK Dairy. They married April 29, 1961, and shared practically 40 many years
of marriage prior to his loss of life April 17, 2001. As Darrell climbed the
company ladder with Dillon’s Food Stores, they moved across Kansas and
Arkansas, in some cases transferring within just months or months just after the very last
shift. Judy’s social character was a godsend during these instances as she
worked to assist Darrell and their three women adjust to the constant
moves. She quickly located do the job either at area salons or opening her own
salon in their property. After Darrell acquired assigned to the Dillon Workplaces as
a Meat Market place supervisor, Judy retired for a couple of decades in advance of
buying Faircrest Attractiveness Salon in 1980 the yr their oldest daughter
graduated from Superior Faculty. She ongoing to manage and perform as a
stylist at the salon until eventually 1994 soon after her and Darrell paid out the previous
college bill for their girls. Judy usually mentioned, in addition to raising her
3 daughters her best accomplishment and reward to the girls was
their university training.
Judy experienced quite a few hobbies and pursuits. Her biggest pleasure was
touring all over Kansas to show up at as many of her grandchildren’s
sporting occasions as she probably could. She also liked actively playing golfing,
bridge, and heading to the casinos. Judy was identified as a “wicked” card
participant. She appreciated adhering to politics and everything going on in her
country. Right after her partner, Darrell died, Judy volunteered promoting
tickets at all the Trinity Large University Basketball game titles, where she was
identified as “Grandma Judy” by all the Junior and Substantial University learners and
team. She was a member of Church of the Holy Cross (wherever she served
as a Eucharistic Minister and Rosary Chief) and St. Teresa Catholic
Church. She absolutely cherished all of her 13 grandchildren,
twelve terrific-grandchildren, and one terrific-terrific grandchild. She often
thanked her women for bringing this sort of amazing son-in-laws into the spouse and children.
Judy is survived by: little ones, Sandra Pangburn (Steven) of
Hutchinson Stacey Cahn (Robert) of Derby Suzanne Schowalter (Travis)
of Overland Park 13 grandchildren 12 fantastic-grandchildren, and 1
She was proceeded in loss of life by: her spouse, Darrell her moms and dads
toddler brother, Harry Schumacher sister, Alma Aich brother, LeRoy
Schumacher and a nephew, Ricky Schumacher.
Parish Rosary will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 30, 2022, with
Mass of Christian Burial to stick to at 10:00 a.m., each at Church of the
Holy Cross, Hutchinson, with Father Aaron Spexarth officiating. The
Mass of Christian Burial will be are living streamed on the Holy Cross
Catholic Hutchinson YouTube webpage. Private entombment will abide by at the
Fairlawn Mausoleum, Hutchinson, for instant household only. Mates may possibly
phone from 9 to 8 Friday at Elliott Mortuary.
Memorials may be manufactured to The Church of the Holy Cross, Hospice and
HomeCare of Reno County, or Arbors Memory Care Assisted Dwelling, in care
of Elliott Mortuary, 1219 N. Primary, Hutchinson, KS 67501.