December 20, 1958 - April 23, 2020
Waverly, New York
April 23, 2020
December 20, 1958
Private Services at Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad Street, Waverly, New York
Barton Center Cemetery, Barton, New York
Judy L. Tryon, 61, of Waverly passed away on Thursday, April 23, 2020 after a brave battle with pancreatic cancer.
She was predeceased by her parents, Charles “Jerry” and Mabel Madigan Stroud; her loving husband, Paul Tryon; sisters, Mary Cummings and Sharon Stroud Shannon; and her brother, Charles Stroud.
Judy is survived by her children, John (Lea) Tryon of Waverly, Gary (Candi) Tryon of VanEtten and Beth (James Collier) Weaver of Lowman; step-father, Maurice Murphy; siblings, Dennis (Connie) Stroud of Topeka, KS, Dean (Lisa) Stroud of Carlsbad, CA, Patricia LaFaro of Philadelphia, PA and Tony (Cindy) LaFaro of Spencer, NY; grandchildren, Megan, Darren, Bailey, Sara, Emma and Cody; great grandchildren, Zoey, William and Judah; and her faithful four legged company, her blue healer, Molly; along with numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Judy graduated from Athens High School and went on to work at P&C/Tops for over 43 years. Judy and Paul ran a beef cattle farm for many years and were 4H beef leaders for many years. She enjoyed shopping and spending time with her family.
A private funeral service will be held on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad Street, Waverly, New York with Pastor Randy Stilson officiating and burial to follow in Barton Center Cemetery. The service will be streamed live at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at www.blauveltfuneralhome.com, to view click on LiveStream. Those wishing to send a message of sympathy to Judy’s family may visit our Facebook page or in “Obituaries” at www.blauveltfuneralhome.com
From: Ralph and Debbie Lott
Deepest of sympathy to my dear friends family. I have so many fond memories of you Judy that I will forever keep in my heart. Fly high sweet angel.
From: Tom & Julie marches
Our sincerest sympathies to all your family in this time of your loss. RIP Judy.
From: Ramona Wanglund
Judy always had the heart and soul of an angel. She will be missed. Never forgotten.
From: Kathy Savon
One of the dearest ladies on the planet. You will be missed.
I'm so sorry about your loss. I went to school with Judy, such a fun-loving person. My prayers go out to her entire family.
From: Mary C. Fiorello
My sincerely sympathy on the passing of your Mom, knew her and Paul for many years.
From: Lucy Campbell
John and Lea,
So sorry for your loss. May the Lord comfort you during this difficult time.
From: Ellie Marsh
Judy Tryon was one of the kindest, nicest people I ever worked with at P&C. She always had a beautiful smile and cheerful word for everyone. I treasure memories of Judy and I wish to extend my heart felt sympathy to her family. May your memories lighten your grief.
From: Lori and frank Chapman
Judy was a wonderful lady she will be sadly missed Are thoughts and prayers go out to her family
From: Kathy forbed
Judy will be missed. Didn’t see her often but was a friend on Facebook and a cousin in the family. Sympathy to the family.
From: Carla Weston
I’m so sorry for your loss. Judy was a wonderful person.
From: Bonnie (Madigan) Wemmer
Please accept my condolences. Was sorry to hear that cancer has claimed another life. Judy was a great person. Lost touch after Grandma and Grandpa died. She can now join them in heaven with her mom and dad and my mom and dad and my husband and play penny ante poker with them .
From: Darin Tubbs
My deepest sympathy to the family of such a great woman . I will miss our short exchanges on our beloved Blue Heelers. RIP
From: Joy and Jan Nichols
Lea and family...So sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.
From: All of Us
Beth, John and all of Judy's family.
We are sad to learn of Judy's passing. She was a wonderful lady and always so nice. We have lots of memories and stories of
4-h with Paul and Judy. Lots of good times!
Condolences from all of our family to all yours. Coral, Chris, Sallie, & Josh
From: John & Laurie Palmer
John, Gary, Beth, Megan and families..we don't know where to begin. Your mother was an amazing person whose memory will accompany us forever through her huge heart and the moments and times we each shared with her. She is now on the hill with your father the love of her life...Love John and Laurie Palmer
I want to say, what a pleasure to know Linda and her family. Linda had been at elderwood for a couple of years. We all became family. I'm going to miss seeing her husband visiting, so in away I'm losing two friends. I will miss her
From: Dan Eiklor
John - From Rose and I, sincere condolences to you and your Family.
From: Bob & Brenda Wandell
John, Beth, and Gary
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all and your families during this difficult time of loss.
May you all feel the comfort of our great LORD and SAVIOR as only he can give.
In christian love,
Bob & Brenda
From: John Kinney
Beth, John & Gary. My deepest sympathy for you loss. Judy was such a joy to work with and to have as a true friend. Our days at P&C were some of the best. She was so compassionate, with a great sense of humor. I know she missed your father and it gives me some comfort to know they are together. R.I.P. Judy, i will miss you my friend.
From: Charlotte McMichael
To, Beth and Family ,my deepest condolences, Judy was a very caring, thoughtful, and a very special friend, I worked with Judy for many years and considered her a dear friend ,always there if you needed someone to lean on or talk to ,Judy will be sorely missed by ALL who Knew her and Loved her RIP my Dear Friend ...
From: Lucinda Vann Grzelczyk
You were a great friend to me. Always there when i needed someone to talk to in school. You were a gentle soul and now you have gone home to spread the love and kindness. You are and were loved and will be missed. A gentle,kind soul who will be missed,but never forgotten.
Our condolences, the Grzelczyk Family
From: Laura Hatch Kelsall
I remember Judy from both school and Tops. Always a smile and warm greeting. My sympathies and prayers for peace to all.
From: Vickie Smith Jayne & Donna Strope Manning
Such a sweet person , she will truly be missed.
From: Lisa Vanderhoof
John, Gary , Beth and families,
I’m so sorry for your loss. I can’t think of my childhood without Paul and Judy being a huge part of it. They were there for me when I needed them most. I loved them like my second parents. Thank you for sharing them with me! John contentment was the perfect word to describe her.
From: Sharon Estes Chamberlain
Judy was a special woman. I have known her most of my life. Her parents were friends with my aunt and uncle Clinton and Reva Estes and in turn became friends with my parents Gene and Roberta Estes.
We spent time together because Judy was my Cousin Deb's best friend. Our family went on camping trips together to Renovo,Pa to a family reunion. Although Jerry was not really relation he convinced every one he was Uncle Jerry. He and uncle clint were just unbelievable jokesters and had us girls rolling our eyes.
I was younger than Deb and Jud and at the time I'm sure I was a little pest.
We grew up and seldom saw each other.
But when we did Jud always made me feel she was happy to see me and we always talked about the fun time we had so many years ago.
She will be missed but the memories of her will remain.
Condolences to her family. May your memories of her bring you comfort.
From: Roger and Bobbie
Our deepest sympathies to the rest of the family. May Almighty God keep you all in his tender care.