In Memory

Judy Biggs (Molpus)

Judy Biggs (Molpus)

Judy is the twin sister of Janet.  As Janet shares in her profile section, Judy married the brother of Janet's husband so they once again found themselves with the same last name.  For those of you who knew Judy, please add some comments below to help the rest of us remember this classmate of ours.  Thanks, John Buchanan (5/29/11)



 
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05/29/11 02:54 PM #1    

John Buchanan

I didn't know Judy all that well.  Hopefully, some of you who did will leave a post with memories of your time with her at RHS.  I was surprised to learn from her twin sister, Janet's, post that her family moved to New Jersey over the Christmas holidays of our senior year.  Please help us honor her memory by adding your remembrances of her.//John


05/29/11 05:10 PM #2    

Janet Biggs (Molpus)

Judy died on January 29th, 2006 after a hard fought battle with breast cancer. She is survived by her husband, Richard Molpus, of Longview.  She also left two sons, Kenneth Allen Hampton (b.1969) and Kevin Scott Hampton (b.1971), both of the Dallas area.

Judy was warm, funny, witty and had and natural talent/gift for creating "artsie" things and projects. She had a quirky sense of humor and was fun to be around.  She has left a great big hole which can't be filled!


07/22/11 09:46 AM #3    

Kay Metcalf (Young)

Janet, My goodness you have had an interesting life, to say the least. It sounds as if you have dealt with the heartbreak well & have learned to enjoy the great times & being thankful for the future good times. I often wonder why our Great & Good Lord has brought me through 3 cancers while so many others have great loss. My husband has been a great support for me. I call him "my personal physical therapist". Since my left side is paralyzed he does quite a lot of what I can't do or prods me on as we work out every day. The old adage of move it or lose it is our "mantra," so to speak.
I do have my sweet "little"buddy in the form of a golden retriever service dog. He is a balance, mobility, stability, retrieval ( even my husband) &all around great dog who always puts a smile on my face.
Travis has been with us for almost 5 years & is totally ingrained in our entire family. He really loves our grandkids. Jim & I cannot imagine life without him. You will meet him at the reunion.

It's fun catching up with all our classmates in advance of the reunion.
Kay Metcalf Young

03/19/12 10:36 PM #4    

LouEllen Breuer (McMillian)

two days ago I was telling my 17 yr old niece how much fun i had being friends with Janet and Judy and how much I was looking forward to seeing my old friends again.  How sad it is that I find out that Judy is no longer with us.  i remember how much fun yall had teasing others by switching names because they couldn't tell yall apart.  But I always knew. Even tho yall looked alike and  did many things alike, to me you both had distinctly different personalities -both beautiful! So it was easy for me.  I had such fun going places in between yall and laughing at people who would ask, "How can you tell them apart?" Thanks for the fun. 


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