In Celebration of

Jennifer Madeleine Judge

June 8, 1941 -  September 27, 2023

With profound sadness, we announce the passing of Jennifer Judge, our beloved sister, sister-in-law, and Aunt, on September 27th at St. Joseph's Hospital from a brief illness surrounded by her family.

She will be missed by her sisters, brother, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces and all those that knew her, including her favourite dog, Jackson.

Jennifer had a kind and loving soul. She worked at ARC Industries and was a dedicated worker for almost 45 years. She loved music, parties and being with family and friends. Jennifer is greatly loved and will be deeply missed.

A Funeral Mass will be held on Oct 6, 2023 at 12pm at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 3055 Bloor Street West Etobicoke, ON M8X 1C6.

A private burial to follow.

For those who wish, flowers or a donation can be made to March of Dimes (


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Pamela and Alan sullivan (Jenny’s “Baby Sister”)

Entered October 3, 2023 from Sydney, australia

Jenny was “A Living Doll” - her favourite song.
Jenny was a steadying influence in our family.
Such great sadness. Rest in peace Jenny.

Devi & Jay Ramlu (Friend)

Entered October 4, 2023 from Thornhill

Our deepest condolences Joyce, Arnold and family. May your happy memories give you peace and comfort during this challenging time.

Devi & Jay

Steve & Reg Judge (Cousin)

Entered October 5, 2023 from England

Condolences to all our family in Canada at this sad time xxx

The Lenovers (Friends of Arnie and Joyce)

Entered October 5, 2023

So sorry for your loss. Bless your kind hearts for taking such good care of her. God bless. - Mary and Dave

Michael Stanford (friend)

Entered October 5, 2023 from Tottenham, Ontario

I truly enjoyed working with Jennifer during my time as a staff member at the day programme she attended on Judson Street. She was a joy to be with and really seemed to enjoy the tom-foolery we engaged in at the end of the work day. She is one of the people I miss most since retirement..

God bless you Jenny.

Life Stories 

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J. Arnold Denton (BROTHER IN LAW)

Entered October 5, 2023 from TORONTO

I met Jennifer in jan 1978 when I was dating my wife. She gave me a warm welcome that very first time we met and my feelings for her grew from that time onwards. We asked her to be a bridesmaid at our wedding and she was delighted to be included. We had her over to our place many weekends and she came to live with us 30 years ago after a tragic accident. She recovered nicely and was able to have a good life until the last year when her health started to fail. She always gave us such a big welcome when i came home from work and we enjoyed taking her on vacation to Florida with us. She rarely complained dispute her accident and the fact she was disadvantaged by a fall at an early age. She will be greatly missed by my family and myself.


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