Judith Ann Redmon passed away February 14, 2021 at the age of 65. Judith was born, June 10, 1955 to Raymond and Louise Conley in Springfield, Ohio. Judith’s family moved to California when she was young. She graduated from West Covina High School and shortly after joined Shekinah Fellowship, a traveling evangelist ministry. She soon after began dating the last person she thought she would marry, Daryl Redmon. However, their love for one another was undeniable and were married October 27, 1978.
Judith is survived by her loving husband of 42 years, Daryl; children, Jonathan Redmon (Lacey) of Nipomo, Ca and Tiana Houx (Jason) of Escalon, Ca; grandchildren, Lynae Redmon, Toby Redmon and Samuel Houx; siblings, George Zimmerman (Merle) of Riverside, Ca, Sandra Malins (Robert) of Vancouver, WA and Doug Zimmerman (Nick) of Garberville, Ca.
Judith’s or Judie, as most have come to know her, life has been full of love. She loved to sing, practice theatrical makeup, strike up conversations with closest friends or the stranger who would listen. Generosity was her middle name. She loved to give. She gave of her time and talents whenever there was an opportunity. She loved to give gifts to her family, especially her grandchildren. She would never greet them empty handed. There was always a trinket or treasure to be shared when Grammy came over.
Yet we must not forget that her greatest love was for her Savior, Jesus Christ. Her love for Him resonated throughout her life. She would share of her faith and His love whenever she got the chance. Because of her love for Daddy God, we can celebrate her life and rejoice that she is now well with her Savior.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Deegan Funeral Chapel. A viewing for Judith will be held Thursday, March 11, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
A celebration of life service will be held on Friday, March 12, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at First Baptist Church of Ripon, 803 Ripona Ave, Ripon, CA 95366
The last petal fell,
I temporarily wave a goodbye.
As she waves a permanent hello.
Now face to face with the one she’s longed to see.
Perfect time, perfect place, perfect peace.
Her grin is but now a complete smile.
The pain is nowhere to be found.
Quiet hymns sung throughout the painful nights.
Are now found in the angel’s voices ringing throughout the night.
Echoes made by each life touched,
Still alive by each sacrifice.
Steps of pain now steps of joy.
Shouts of hurt now shouts of praise.
I no longer wave goodbye,
But I say hello, see you soon.
She now sings,
The joy of life, to live for you.
The joy of death, to live with you.
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