George Clark (1968)
I remember Judy, although I didn't know her well. Judy lived on Military Drive, which is within walking distance of Stuart HS; and so I can still picture Judy in my mind walking to-and-from school. Upon learning today at this website that Judy is deceased, I looked up her photo in my 1968 yearbook and paused for a moment of silence to remember her. It saddens me. The appended URL displays a memorial to Judy that somebody else created. I scanned and uploaded her portrait photo to it from our senior yearbook of JEB Stuart HS from year 1968:
Lloyd Roberts (1967)
Judy died Oct. 26, 2012. I dated Judy on an off for about a year. While were were dating she studied hair dressing as part of Stuart's Distributive Education Program. She was a shy, wonderful person with a very kind heart. I was blessed to have seen her once again while home on leave from the military many years agon when her son was still an infant. I had lost contact with her while I was in the Army. From reading her Obituary she died in Luray, VA. I knew her dad pretty well. He founded and published the Federal Employees News Digest and Almanac. He later published a series of annual Military Almanacs for each branch of service. Judy will be always be loved and truly missed by all that knew her.
According to Judy's surviving fiancé, whom I had email exchanges with; Judy was diagnosed with stage-4 colon cancer and liver cancer in September 2011. (He continues to feel grief-stricken and continues to live in Judy's former retirement house in Luray.)
The following is what Judy's fiancé told me about what Judy did after graduating from Stuart HS in 1968:
Judy worked for the government after high school for the navy as a trainer in an office in DC. She was married twice, first to Dennis Hawkins and had a son named Shawn Dennis Hawkins and was divorced after several years not sure how long then later married Mark Hurst from Orange, Virginia and was married for several years and then divorced. Judy then retired to Luray, Virginia, after working for 28 years for the federal government in Washington, DC.
Wade Clark (1968)
I remember her well. We became friends as we were both in the work/study program and would leave school early together...