Iris Banks extends her heart-felt condolences to the Humphrey's and sends her regrets that she could not attend the reception. So sorry to hear of Judith's passing - much too young to go so soon. Iris Banks
I was so saddened to hear of Judith's death and my condolences go out to all of you - Robin, Cameron and Jane. Judith was my mother's cousin though she seemed like more of a cousin to myself and my siblings. Coming from Kapuskasing, we did not see much of Judith growing up, but we did connect every time we were in Toronto. Later when my brother and then myself lived in Toronto, we visit more regularly to Lyndhurst. And all those memories are fond. Judith was always generous with her time and her hospitality. Although we did not see much of her, particularly in these later years, we all have strong, good memories of the times we did share. All the best to you all during this sad time - the Banks family - Paul, Danelle (Laidlaw), Jennifer (Banks-Otto). firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Robin, Cameron, Jane and families.. it broke our hearts to hear of Judy’s passing and we send our heartfelt sympathy to you all. We always think of Judy as being as young as she looked - somewhere slightly north of 18 years old. The first time we met Judy, Doug was a resident in neurosurgery and looking forward to a spell at Sick Kids. We were at a meeting and as Barb was waiting alone to board a bus for a tour, Judy smiled and took her under her wing. For that conference, the time at Sick Kids and every meeting thereafter. ❤️ She was so kind and when (just a few years ago) I reminded her of my relief and gratitude in that moment, she said it was because we ‘just clicked’. In fact it was because Judy had a heart of gold. She and Robin simply embraced others and shared their lives with us with a generosity that stood alone. We will always be grateful for the times together and will miss Judy’s smile and the light she brought with her everywhere she went. Our love to you all.
Barb and Doug Cochrane