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Judith Lynn Fanning

November 17, 1945 - February 23, 2022
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Galveston, TX 77550
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Judith Lynn Fanning (maiden name Nelson) left this world Wednesday, February 23rd just blocks from where she came into it, on Galveston Island.  A 4th generation BOI, Judy was the epitome of an islander, taking her first job at the telephone company to give her the flexibility she wanted to go to the beach as…

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Cynthia Boudreaux Logreco left a message on March 5, 2022:
So sorry for your loss. I knew your Mom in high school. Very sweet lady.
Bonnie Claunch left a message on March 5, 2022:
I worked with Judy at Southwestern Bell. She was such a lovely person…she was always smiling and had happy stories to share. I know that her family is going to miss her. So sorry for your loss.
Kirk Wilson left a message on March 4, 2022:
Sorry for your loss. I have know Judy since elementary days at Highlands Elementary. She must have been a strong lady by going through a lung transplant. A friend of mine went through a lung transplant and doctors told him it was the toughest surgery to have.
Jean Summerville left a message on March 3, 2022:
Love and Prayers. Theo Henderson and Jean Summerville members of the Twins Club.
Elaine (Akin) Jones left a message on March 2, 2022:
I met Judy when we were in the 5th grade! She always had the prettiest eyes and the best laugh. There was always a big smile on her lovely face! I was so fortunate to have been able to reconnect with Judy as adults and spent some great times with her and Karl. She was so proud of her children and grandchildren and always had a picture to share. I’ll always remember the birds chirping loudly at many meetings in her home when we were planning one of the class reunions. I recently read somewhere that goodbyes make you realize what you’ve had. And the time we spent together was awesome! While Judy’s heart has stopped beating, her heart continues to touch so many people. May she live on in the memories of those who knew her and loved her. Goodbye, my Friend!
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Our thoughts remain with you and your family at this time. We are honored by the trust and confidence you have placed in us during this difficult time. – The Staff of Malloy Funerals & Cremations
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