In Memory

Judith Ann Bussey (Anderson)

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12/13/20 01:57 PM #1    

Charlotte Anne House (Peterson)

I was so sad to hear about Judi's passing.  She had such an indomitable spirit, you wouldn't think even  Covid would have a chance to take her from us. Judi and I were friends for 70 years...testimony to how she lived...once a friend, always a friend. I have to smile a little.  She was such a great actress...always knew her entrance and exits.  I just know Judy hated to leave the world behind because she loved it here so much, but I'd be willing to bet she kinda loved the thought that if she had to leave it would be very dramatic to make an exit on the exact same day.  She gave it a good go, though...missed it by only a day.  Rest in peace my dear old friend.  Your memory will be a blessing to me.  Charlotte House Swafford.

12/14/20 10:02 AM #2    

Lloyd Darrell Tarter

Judi was a true friend of the Tarter family and was very instrumental in closing our our parents' real estate dealings as a very dedicated and professional bussinesswoman!!  As always her background, contributions and dedication to those worthwhile orgnaizations, and participation in the theater allowed us all to see and appreciate her true talents in every day of her wonderful life.  We will miss Judi and may she rest in peace while bringing much joy and happiness to her new "theater"!!!

Lloyd and brother Jack (NCHS '59) Tarter


12/14/20 11:15 AM #3    

Albert "Eric" Newton

I am saddened to learn of Judy's passing.  The combined impact of three souls I knew from NCHS, Claude Callison- Jimmy Moore-and now Judy Bussey all leaving us recently has me reflecting on our mortality, the contributions made during our lives, and the legacy each of us leaves. I first encountered the huge personality of Judy Bussey while a classmate of hers at East Junior High.  She lit up the room and taught me to dance in 7th grade in Janice Adams' basement, and to kiss...true story.  Her warmth and talent touched so many around her for many years. I am sure her light still shines into our lives this day and beyond.  
Eric Newton



12/14/20 02:52 PM #4    

Vivian Kay Sensintaffar (Edmiston)

I was so sorry tohear of Judy's passing, especially from this terrible virus.  I will always remember Judy from my association with her during our Junior Follies and in Thespians.  I was probably very intimidated by her but I admired her greast spirit and presense.  As someone else said she is in a new theatre in which she will star!

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