Guest Book for Judy Lantery Bronkhorst

Provided by McCommons Funeral Home

Posted by: Nell and Jim Thompson
Wed November 25, 2009
Judy was such a ray of sunshine and a true inspiration. We will miss her.
 

 
Posted by: Bobbie
Wed November 25, 2009
Words can't express how much Judy will be missed by everyone who has had the pleasure of meeting her. My prayers, love and heart are with Ed, Ted, David, Andy and the rest of the Bronkhorst family during this sad and difficult time. Blessings, Bobbie
 

 
Posted by: Bob and Nancy Fitch
Wed November 25, 2009
Dear Ed and Family, Nancy and I cannot begin to express the deep sadness we feel over the loss of your dear Judy. I think we all felt that Judy would somehow win this very tough battle against some difficult odds, which is why it makes it so much harder for us to comprehend the sudden shock of her passing. From her birthday pictures, Judy was obviously loved for who she was, and for her many, many talents. But you were her special love, Ed, and she told me when we talked last January, that you could still make her laugh... how wonderful, after forty-seven years. We share in your sorrow, and will keep the memories close. Your friends these many years. Love, Bob and Nancy
 

 
Posted by: Dianne(Chandler) Bethune
Wed November 25, 2009
I will always hold my wonderful memories of Judy and I as friends from childhood. Judy will be missed and I sorrow with you in the loss of a good friend. May God carry you and your family through this difficult time. Love, Dianne
 

 
Posted by: Melanie Batchelor
Wed November 25, 2009
I love you, Judy! There are so many things I will miss about you, but I think what I will miss most is your laugh. We have had plenty of those over the past 22 years. I consider myself lucky to have been your friend. Ed, Ted, Andy, and David - I love all of you and will alway be here for you and your precious families.
 

 
Posted by: Gail Vail
Wed November 25, 2009
Eddie and family, my deepest condolences. Judy was a special person and an inspiration for many people. It was always a joy seeing your wonderful relationship and the joy you felt being together. My prayers are with you. Gail Vail
 

 
Posted by: Sherry Turner
Wed November 25, 2009
Ed and family, when I met Judy 6 years ago through the Greensboro Arts Alliance,I knew instantly what a special lady she was. She befriended me immediatly and has remained a steadfast friend ever since. I will always remember her gracious spirit even in light of adversity and her wonderful laugh. God Bless you in this difficult time and give you strength. I will miss her!
 

 
Posted by: Ben and Joanie Bruce
Wed November 25, 2009
Dear Ed and family, Judy was such a special person. We will miss her. We just wanted you to know that we're keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this time. If there's anything we can do for you, please let us know. With love, Ben Bruce Joanie Bruce
 

 
Posted by: Jeff Williams
Thu November 26, 2009
My prayers are with Judy and the family! She was a very special person. Very talented and will be missed by all! God Bless you Judy!! Love you!
 

 
Posted by: Cheryl and David James
Thu November 26, 2009
Our deepest Sympathy and Memories from Hickory Lane.Your all in our thoughts today. Cheryl
 

 
Posted by: Jack & Janet Ludlam
Thu November 26, 2009
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the family. Keep your memories alive.
 

 
Posted by: Cathy McIntire
Thu November 26, 2009
Judy was a generous spirit, always open, always honest in her opinion, always a friend. There truly is no one like her and I am going to miss her.
 

 
Posted by: Kristin and Michael Duncan
Thu November 26, 2009
Aunt Judy, You have always been a part of my life and I will miss you so much. I am so sorry that I couldn't make it to your funeral but it was too hard with the boys. You were a wonderful women and I have a lot of great memories. My prayers and thoughts are with your family to get them through this tough time. Love, Kristin Duncan
 

 
Posted by: Michael Duncan
Thu November 26, 2009
Judy was the nicest and most fun loving person I've met. She had a hearth of gold and a very talented artest. This is a great loss to us all. I will miss her deeply and I wish I could be there to shere my condolences with Ed and the rest of the family. My sincerest sympathies Mike Duncan
 

 
Posted by: Norma Crapo
Thu November 26, 2009
So sorry to hear of Judy's passing. The time I worked for her at the craft store were a lot of fun. She was a very special lady. I know all her family will miss her very much. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Norma Crapo
 

 
Posted by: sarah henderson williams
Fri November 27, 2009
dear family.... its been quiet a while since i've seen judy and ed, but i spent many a happy hour in their home and pool in griffin. judy was so lively and much fun to be around. i am extremely sorry for your loss and i hope you will find solace that judy was loved by many people and i know God will comfort you.
 

 
Posted by: Richard Miller (Tootall)
Fri November 27, 2009
Bronk, my greatest sympathies to you and your family. Dick Miller
 

 
Posted by: Lynne Foy
Fri November 27, 2009
Although we hadn't been in each other's company often since art school, we occasionally talked/emailed and you kept me posted about your life. Thank you. We had such good times in school and I'll always remember those with great joy....I'm smiling now at some recollections. I will miss you... Love, Lynne Foy
 

 
Posted by: Barbara and Jerry Martin
Fri November 27, 2009
We will miss Judy so much. She was very special to us and to all who knew her. We will remember her forever with joy. Love, Jerry and Barbara
 

 
Posted by: Lynda Ramage
Fri November 27, 2009
Ed and family, Ken and I feel so bad for each of you. We know it is hard. Judy was an example of courage and strong faith and we will miss her, too. She was a good person a talented lady, and when there is a bright, blue sky, we will know God let her paint it. Ed, I'll be in touch later with you as I can't come to the funeral, but I will be there in spirit. Blessings, Lynda (and Ken)
 

 
Posted by: Brenda Cheverie Chamberlain
Sat November 28, 2009
To Ed and Family: My heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your wife, mother, grandmother and sister. Judy and I met as children in East Braintree - we lived two streets away from each other and became good friends. I remember with fondness our school years and her wedding to Ed at Sacred Heart Church in Weymouth Landing, it was a beautiful day. May the Lord of our journey hold you in his embrace and comfort you in the days ahead. Brenda Cheverie Chamberlain
 

 
Posted by: Karin Polson Jones
Sat November 28, 2009
I went to High School with Judy, I would like to send my condolences to the family. I am sure that she will be missed by all.
 

 
Posted by: Andrew Brokhorst & family
Sun November 29, 2009
I could not have ever asked for a more perfect mother, friend and grandmother to my children, she truely loved each of us with all her heart. I know she will be the angel watching over our family until we have the honor of seeing her again in heaven. She will be missed by us all. Rest in peace mom.....rest in peace.
 

 
Posted by: Donna West
Mon November 30, 2009
Judy was a special person, and I'll miss her entheusiasm and cheerful heart. She met a difficult situation head-on, with a good attitude, and grace. She left behind a beautiful family, and legacy of love and warmth. I know she will be greatly missed by all who had the priviledge of knowing her. Sincerely, Donna West
 

 
Posted by: Susan Comer
Mon November 30, 2009
I knew Judy in Griffin, through the Newcomer's Club and because we were fellow artists. She always put a smile on my face. I have an image of her right now in her VW, grinning and waving. My condolences go out to you, Ed....and to all her children and grandchildren and family.
 

 
Posted by: Linda Collins
Mon November 30, 2009
She was a "wicked hot ticket"!! As they say in Boston!! I met Judy in Eatonton Ga. in the flower shop on St. Paddy's Day. We exchanged hellos and behold....the Boston accent prevailed. From then out, we were instant friends. I live in Braintree now...a few streets over from where she grew up and will always remember she smile and easy going nature. What a true Jewel of a girlfiend. May God keep her always close in mind and close to our hearts.
 

 
Posted by: Joe Spano
Mon November 30, 2009
We grew up a couple streets apart and went to school(K-12)together. I remember how bossey she could get when we played as kids. I know that she will be missed by all that knew her. My condolences to the family. Joey
 

 
Posted by: Tish Montgomery
Mon November 30, 2009
Ms Judy was a lovely lady. She came in my life 9 months ago. We sat and fought cancer together. She was an inspiration to me and will always be in my heart. I love ya lady. be at peace now. You will always be in my heart.
 

 
Posted by: Kathy Montejo
Mon December 14, 2009
My condolences to Ed, the boys and grandchildren on Judy's recent passing. It was great to talk with her during the past few years as the family "reconnected" and I loved reading her emails and seeing photos of the family. I wish we could have been able to connect at one of the Lantery Family Reunion Lobster Bakes in Maine! Thoughts and prayers to Judy's family.
 

 
Posted by: Lynne Noonan DeBoer
Wed December 23, 2009
To Ed and family, Please accept our heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your beloved wife, mother and grandmother. Judy was a spirited, talented artist and was loved by all who knew her. May she continue to be your guardian angel, shining her love upon you all. May your memories comfort you during this Holiday season.
 

 
Posted by: Michelle Noonan McIntire
Wed December 23, 2009
To Ed and family . I would like to extend my condolences to you on the loss of such a bright and special lady . My dad Edward Noonan and Ed were friends for many years . I remember stories my Dad told us of Ed and Judy . I remember Ed and Judy coming to my parents 25th anniversary years ago in Mass . I know Judy will be missed by many . Sincerely Michelle B. Noonan McIntire
 

 
Posted by: Denise (Noonan) Thomas
Wed December 23, 2009
Ed, My deepest condolences in the passing of your beautiful wife Judy. My mom and Dad were always so fond of the 2 of you and many of my dad's stories were narrated including you and Judy. Judy often wrote to my mom after dad passed away and I know she enjoyed reading her letters and they brightened her life and gave her something to look forward too. She will be missed and I will tuck away a few prayers for you and Judy. I hope my mom and dad were there to welcome her and be reunited with their life-long friend. God Bless Denise (Noonan) Thomas & Family
 

 
Posted by: Donna Noonan
Tue December 29, 2009
Ed and Family, My deepest condolences in the passing of your loving wife Judy. My parents and aunts and uncles would often regale stories of their get-togethers with you and Judy. Judy brightened many lives, including my parents'. She will be greatly missed, and I am saddened that God called her home at such a young age, and during the holidays. Be reminded that Judy's name means "Praised", as she always was. I trust that Judy is watching over her family and rejoicing in the life and memories she created with Ed, as I know Mary & Ed Noonan are rejoicing over their children and grandchildren. May Judy's talents and love as a wife, mother and grandmother comfort you and guide you forward. God Bless you all, Donna Noonan