Stroud, Judy (nee Majuary)

Judith “Judy” Stroud was a caring wife, mother, granny, sister, and friend. Judy passed away peacefully at Maison McCulloch Hospice on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, age 76 years, surrounded by loved ones.

Cherished wife of over 60 years to Bernard Stroud, and mother of Marie Goudreau and Clifford Stroud. Beloved Granny to Dakota and Miranda Goudreau, and Spencer and Justine Stroud. Will be dearly missed by her sisters, Shirley, Nancy, and Linda. Predeceased by her parents, Clifford and Wilma Majuary, and sisters, Arlene, and Donna. She also leaves many other family members and friends who will sadly miss her. A special thank you to the Dougan family and the Small family for their extended love and care.

Judy will be remembered for her cheerful attitude and humour, her love of animals, and for making everyone around her feel at home in her presence.

The family would like to express their gratitude to the wonderful staff, nurses and doctors of Maison McCulloch Hospice for their care and kindness. In accordance with her wishes, services will be private. Donations to Maison McCulloch Hospice would be greatly appreciated.

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  1. Uncle Bernard, Marie and Clifford,
    I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Aunt Judy. I have memories of her laugh and sense of humour from when I was a young child. Please know that you are in my thoughts during this difficult time.
    Take care.
    Dianne

    By: Dianne Stroud
    July 2, 2022
  2. My condolences to the whole family. She was always willing to help she was a big help back in 2015 at my wedding reception. I am thankful I knew her and I am sad she is gone.
    I knew her through my nanny and they were great friends.
    I also rember she told it like it was and I loved her for that.
    I am sorry she’s gone and she will be missed.

    By: Jessica Olinsky (Bryan)
    June 27, 2022
  3. Bernie, Marie, Clifford and families,
    It is almost impossible to imagine the world without Judy’s energy, enthusiasm and kindness. She was the “can do”, “will do” force for many. I am personally saddened that I was not aware of her poor health and was not able to tell her, once again, thank you for being a steadfast family friend and neighbour (maybe reminisce some silly moments also). If you meet one Judy in a lifetime, you are blessed with knowing the spirit of helping others.
    Our condolences to all recipients of her love,
    Candy, Ron and Luke

    By: Candy Bryan
    June 26, 2022

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