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Judith Stevenson

Judith Stevenson

Monday December 4, 1944 Thursday September 26, 2019

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Obituary for Judith Stevenson

Judith “Judy” Anne (Bremer) Stevenson 74-year-old resident of Motley, MN went home on September 26, 2019 with her family by her side. A funeral service will be at 11 AM on Tuesday, October 1 at Motley Free Methodist Church with Chaplin Gregg Valentine officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church.

Judy was born on December 4th,1944 in Wilmont, Minnesota to Joseph and Alvera (Hurlbut) Bremer. Judy attended school in Motley, graduating in 1962. She married Gary David Stevenson on November 30,1963 in Motley, Minnesota. Together they had four children. They lived in several different states for Gary’s boiler maker career before settling in Motley, Minnesota. There she raised her family and drove school bus for many many years before retiring in 2001. She was everyone’s favorite school bus driver and always had oldies music blasting on the bus stereo for the kids. Judy could be found in a corn field or gravel pit picking agates with her “Butt” sisters Sylvia, Putzie and Mary. She spent many summers with her grandchildren in her home; sorting leaches, going to garage sales, four wheeling, camping and picking agates. Back in her day, she and Gary loved swing dancing and they were good at it, everyone stopped dancing to watch them. She loved Elvis Presley, and everyone knew it by looking around her home. She instilled an important work ethic in both her children and grandchildren. She was very handy and took pride over doing most of the maintenance and upkeep of her home.
Judy went home to join her father, Joseph Bremer; mother, Alvera (Hurlbut) Bremer; brother, Joe Bremer; sister, Sylvia Erbe; brothers in-law, Bob Erbe, Doug Stevenson; sister in-law, Virginia Kay; great-grandchild, William Mainville.

Judy will be missed by her husband, Gary; children, Theresa Stevenson, Annie Stevenson, David (Tabitha) Stevenson, and Toni Stevenson; grandchildren, Melaine (Craig) McNeil, Kane Thurlby, Logan Landrus, Zachary (Ashley) Thurlby, Maisie (Neal) Mainville, Danielle Chandler, Tristan Peterson, Sam Chandler, Gracie Stevenson, Maggie Stevenson, and Brennan Stevens; great-grandchildren, Caleb McNeil, Braydon Mainville, Clara Hill, Cameron McNeil, and Ellie Mainville. Brother, Roger Bremer; sisters, Ramona (Punk) Blahosky, Mary (Mike) Kampa, and Paula (Ken) Swecker; sister in-law, Joy Stevenson.

Memorials preferred in lieu of flowers.

Arrangements are with the Taylor Funeral Home is Staples.

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    Tuesday October 1, 2019 |
    Motley Free Methodist
    33 Wellwood St. NE
    Motley, MN
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    Tuesday October 1, 2019
    A funeral service will be at 11 AM on Tuesday, October 1 at Motley Free Methodist Church with Chaplin Gregg Valentine officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church.

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Gary West

I am so sorry for your loss. She was a nice Lady. May she Rest in Peace.
Comment | Posted at 10:43am via Condolence
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Melissa Jackson

My deepest sympathy goes out to Grandma Judy's family! I got the pleasure of spending a lot of time at her home growing up with Melaine! She will greatly be missed as she is such a wonderful lady
Comment | Posted at 12:15pm via Condolence

Janice Scott

Judy was one of the best friends I had in high school,stayed at her home many,many times in Motley during the school years. Had tried to see her in recent years,but was not able to.I pray I will see her on Tuesday,God willing.God bless you dear friend.you will never be forgotten.
Comment | Posted at 12:37pm via Condolence
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Tammy Miller

I am soooo sorry for your loss! I loved Judy. Not only as my bus driver but as one of our class’ moms! She always cared and pointed you in the right direction! We lost a GREAT lady down here but I know she’s still watching over you all! Since Sympathy, Tammy (Hazuka) Miller
Comment | Posted at 12:22pm via Condolence

Ronald Stoltz

We will miss her ! Great lady ! She sorted millions of leeches with the girls ! Prayers and thoughts for Gary and Family !
Comment | Posted at 11:38pm via Condolence
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