Judith Ann “Judy” Butler, 86, of Parkman and former longtime resident of Broadview Heights, died March 10, 2022. Born December 25, 1935 in Fairview Park, Ohio, she was the youngest daughter of William and Sadie (Ryder) Butler and the sister of Jeannine (Elmer) Priebe and Richard (Laura) Butler, all of whom preceded her in death. Judy was the devoted mother of Jeannine (David) Dreimiller of Hiram OH, Belinda (Gary) Gray of Parkman OH and Heidi Iizuka (Charles Billington) of Highland, MI. She was grandmother to Michael (Lucy) Marzola, Rachelle Marzola, Chelsea (TJ) Toia, Bryan (Brittany) Gray, Chris Gray, Jennifer Gray, Emma Iizuka, Joshua Iizuka; the great-grandmother of nine and loving aunt. Being with family was her greatest joy. She was a passionate animal lover, reader of biographies and avid jigsaw puzzler. She was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church and the Eastern Stars. Judy retired from Royal Wire Products in North Royalton.
A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, April 1stat 10:30am at All Saints Episcopal Church, 8911 W Ridgewood Dr,. Parma, Ohio. Officiating will be Rev. Noah Sutterisch. After the service, Judy’s remains will be taken to her final resting place at Brooklyn Heights Cemetery, 4700 Broadview Rd., Cleveland, Ohio where she will be interred with her parents and sister. Following the internment, a Celebration of Life will take place at the Parish Hall at All Saints Episcopal Church.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations to The Michael J. Fox Parkinson’s Foundation or to an animal rescue group or charity.
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