Judith Ferraro
January 12, 1946 - May 18, 2011
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Judy DeCaro Ferraro, 65, Port Charlotte, went home to be with the Lord at 3:15 a.m. Wednesday, May 18th 2011. Judy was born on January 12, 1946 in Philadelphia, PA. She graduated from St. Maria Goretti High School. She moved to Port Charlotte, FL in 1972 with her husband Joe. They adopted a daughter, Amanda,…

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Mary A. Wagener left a message on May 29, 2011:
Judy was one of the finest Christian women that I have ever met. She always had a smile for everyone, no matter if she was in pain or not. She never met a stranger and never made anyone feel like a stranger. You always felt loved by Judy and she will be greatly missed. I envy her going to the greatest Eternal Resting Place and seeing Our Lord and Savior face to face. May our Lord and Savior give peace and comfort to all the family. Judy, we love you!!!
Patricia &William Smith left a message on May 27, 2011:
Joe and Family, We will never forget Judy's smiling face, always encouraging words, and praising our Lord alongside of Joe, arms upraised each Sunday . What a blessing you and she brought into our lives. Grace, Peace and Love to the family. Bill and Patricia Smith
Ben Rivera and family left a message on May 25, 2011:
My Condolences and prayers go out to the family. May GOD bless you all and place his precious hands on your hearts to comfort your mourning.
Ramona FIgueroa and Family left a message on May 25, 2011:
Hello Ferraro family, My deepest condolences to you all. I hope you all remember who I am and how honored I am to have worked with judy in all my years. She was an amazing woman who inspired me so much to be a better person, employee and friend. She will in my heart always be remembered and my prayers and blessing go out to Joe, Amanda and the rest of the family. GOD love you always.
Sonja A. Rozier left a message on May 23, 2011:
Amanda, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Your mom was always a very special lady who truly loved her kids. She was so proud of you and Joe. I will always remember her beautiful smile and her pride in motherhood. Through the years it was your Dad that always gave me the latest information on "the kids" whenever I would see him - before Makenzie arrived at MPES. I was so thrilled when she arrived because I had such fond memories of you. Since then, Makenzie kept me informed on Uncle Joe and a running commentary on your family. Brothers were a favorite subject. I would say, "Makenzie, you sure do talk a lot" and she would put her hands on her hips and state, "Yes, I do". Love that kid!!!!! You have a beautiful family and are a great mom. You learned from the best. Hold on to those memories, God be with you and your family. May He give you peace and let your memories bring you joy. Much love to all. Mrs. R
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Pat and Don Hays left a message on May 23, 2011:
Please know that our thoughts and fond memories are with you. We send our most sincere condolances. Judy was a great lady...she will be missed by all who knew her.
The Romano & McManus Families left a message on May 23, 2011:
Joe, Amanda, Joseph & families- Please accept our deepest regrets on the passing of our Dear Friend – your wonderful Wife & Mom – Judy. We were saddenned by the call from Joe last week informing us that Judy had passed on to Heaven, however we were comforted to know she didn’t suffer during her last days. We have so many fond memories of growing up in South Philly, and as we met our life partners keeping and enjoying our friendships together and being able to say we wouldn’t have given up that experience for the world. It’s hard to believe 39 years have passed since we helped you move to Florida – listening to “Jerimiah Was a Bullfrog” in every state along the way. Regardless of the geographic distance, and the different directions our lives has taken us, we have remained close friends – like family all these many years. While Judy may no longer be here with us on earth, we know she is with us in spirit and looking down on and praying for us all, and will have the pot on (coffee & gravy) when it’s our turn to meet her again. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers, and while we can’t be with you to Celebrate Judy’s life at the Service, we will be with you in spirit. We love you- Jim, Donna & Jimmy Romano Joelle, Dan, Danny, Caroline & Anna McManus
Carol Wicks left a message on May 23, 2011:
Knowing Judy brings nothing but fond thoughts and memories. Judy had a most loving generous heart. She radiated love and happiness even tho she suffered. I have such happy thoughts when I think of her. My little grandson and her grand daughter McKenzie played together at Judys home when they were little and wound up playing on the same soccer fields. Our children and theirs are our most joyous part of life. I feel such a loss knowing Judy is no longer around the corner and I wish I had been able to spend more time with her. But the memories are mine to keep and they are all happy ones. God bless and hold our lovely Judy in your arms. She loved you with all her heart and her life was all about giving. So long Judy. See ya in Heaven... ;-) carol
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