In Memory

Judy Jacobs

Judy Jacobs

The following obituary appeared in the Dallas Morning News:

Judith Ann Jacobs Clay was born June 15, 1944 in Youngstown, Ohio. She grew up in Cleveland and moved with her family to Vernon, Texas, at a young age. Her family moved to Richardson, Texas, where she graduated from High School in 1962. In September, 1965 she married David Clay. Upon David's return from military service, she graduated from East Texas State University (now A&M University Commerce) with a BS degree in English and biology. She and David spent a year in Gollad, Texas, where Judy taught. David and Judy then returned to Commerce where she received her MS degree in biology. After teaching high school biology in Mesquite and Plano, she and David moved to Thermopolis, Wyoming, where she was active in community service, substitute teaching and singing with the Holy Cats, an all-female gospel group. In 1973, she and David were transferred to Lafayette, Louisiana, where she worked as Office Coordinator of a local law firm. She and David returned to the Richardson/ Plano area in 1986 where she worked for EDS as a technical writer for eleven years, followed by positions with South-western Bell and Kinko's. Judy loved life and enjoyed traveling which included trips to England, Scotland, Ireland, Alaska and the Southwestern US. Their last trip was to New England for Fall Foliage. Judv enjoyed golf, pistol shooting with David and fishing, most especially on the White River in Arkansas

Note:  The date of Judy's death was not published, but the obituary ran in the May 3rd edition of the paper: