Owen Walter Judd, age 87, passed away on June 3, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV . He was born Feb. 19, 1933 in Fredonia, AZ to Asa Walter, Jr. and Hannah Greenhough Judd. He married Annie Gardner in the St. George Temple, Oct. 16, 1952.
Owen was a faithful member of the LDS Church and was a kind and loving husband, father, grandfather and was devoted to his pets. He was always grateful to the medical professionals for the care and kindness shown to him. He was an avid reader of newspapers, magazines and books. He is remembered with love by his children, Amy Scott, George Judd, Kathie Harper and Birt Judd; 16 grandchildren; 48 great-grandchildren; and two dogs, Izabeth and Lana.
Friends and family are invited to attend a viewing at 10:00 am on Thursday, June 11, 2020 at Mosdell Mortuary, 676 S. Hwy 89A, Kanab, UT. A private funeral service will be at 12:00 pm followed by burial service at 2:00 pm in the Mt Carmel, UT cemetery. Online condolences and memories may be left below.
You are gone but not forgotten paps.. I am forever grateful for the love and care that you showed to me. I will always cherish the moment I spent with you. You are one in a million.
We Love You Papsie.
Always in our hearts,
My deep sympathy to the Judd family! I had the privilege to have met Popsy Owen while visiting Birst and Jacqueline my niece in LV. I was very impressed by his love for the news and cutting special pictures and making an art portrait. Very humble and always smiling. Very grateful for acts of kindness done to him. I could sense how close he is to God by his peace.
We send our love and sympathy to the Judd family. Birt,Kelyn,Trish and Baby Rei you were blessed indeed.
Popsie as we fondly called him was a special person. Had great love for those around him.
I am certain that our heavenly father has welcomed him to his loving arms just the way he received others.
Sharing in your sadness as you remember Owen, he will be missed. 36 years of friendship and many memories! We are keeping your family in our thoughts & prayers…
My deepest sympathy Amy, George, Kathy and Birt. Your father was a kind man. Your entire family was so very special to me, especially Katrina. I loved you all for treating me like a member of your family. Especially for introducing me to the church. It has been the most imoortant thing in my life, and I will always love you all for it.