Judy Ann Warren Erickson was born April 8, 1951, to Delbert Warren and Deola White Warren in Afton, Wyoming. She was the third of six children. Judy's siblings are: Janet Gamble, Nancy Wanstrom, Deloris Smith, Rick Warren and Gene Warren. Judy was raised in Freedom, Wyoming on her father's dairy farm helping with chores. She graduated from Star Valley High School class of 1969. Below her senior class photo her comments are; "To be a successful fashion designer, learn to fly, and have some naughty kids." She earned an associate degree from Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho, then moved to Salt Lake City to find work. Work was found at Beneficial Life Insurance where in January 1972 she also found Jan Erickson working in the company printshop. On September 8, 1972, they were sealed for eternity in the Logan, Utah temple. After the birth of their first son, Judy quit work to be a full time mother. In June 1979 the family moved to Kaysville, Utah, where four sons (naughty kids) were raised. Willie, Danny, Andy and Wynn.
When all the boys were in school, Judy went back to work with Davis County School Foods. She worked at various schools around the county and became a manager until she retired. Not being able to retire full time, Judy volunteered at the Kaysville Bishop's Storehouse until illness forced her to quit.
Being an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Kaysville 18th Ward, Judy was cub scout Den Mother, Primary chorister and fulfilled callings in the Relief Society. She never turned down an assignment and was always faithful.
Judy was full of energy. One of her favorite activities was to "power walk" 3 or more miles wearing a weighted vest. At family reunions, her ideas for activities and making sure everyone was included, gave her the reputation of the "fun aunt".
She is survived by her eternal companion Jan, sons and spouses; Willie (Julia Connelly), Danny, Andy (Debra), Wynn (Melissa) and Grandchildren: Riley and Joey Peace, Sean and Lacey Smith, Gracelyn, Corwynn, Dennison and Kallynn Erickson, Finnigan and Dylan Erickson, AJ Connelly.
We will miss her until we meet again with joyous hugs and smiles. Judy, you are truly loved and one of a kind.
On Wednesday, February 3rd as per Judy's wishes, a visitation with casket closing and family prayer will be held at 11:30 am at Aaron's Mortuary Chapel, 1050 So State, Clearfield, Utah. A graveside gathering will be at 1:00 pm at the Kaysville Cemetery, 500 E Crestwood Rd for the dedication of the grave.
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