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Judith Dahlgren (Cannon)

Judith Dahlgren (Cannon)

Judith Ann "Judy" (Dahlgren) Cannon
1947 - 2019 

 

Judith Ann "Judy" (Dahlgren) Cannon Obituary

Age 71 of Port Richie, Fl, passed away on Tuesday April 2, 2019. Judy was born October 17, 1947 in Chicago, Il, daughter of the late Arthur Dahlgren and Anna (Cotter) Dahlgren. Judy is survived by her daughter Lisa Cannon of Elmira Heights and son Shaun Cannon of Montour Falls; grandchildren Meg, Brittany, Logan, Emily, McKenzie, Brady and Madeline; brother and sister-in-law Bud and Liz Dahlgren; along with several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. 

Judy was a graduate of Corning East High school in 1965. She worked at the Odessa Montour Central school for several years as a beloved cafeteria employee. One of Judy's proudest accomplishments was graduating the top of her class from Corning Community College in 1982 and becoming a Registered Nurse. Judy had a passion for caring for others, while working full time as an RN, she also volunteered her time with Hospice/Palliative Care Organization as a nurse. In her spare time Judy was found at major race tracks across the North East. Judy loved to volunteer her time with the Race Track's, Race Communication Organization. 

The family would like to thank life time friend William Cannon, for his unwavering support and friendship along with special friends, Kathie Hardy and Mary Harrison. 

A service will be held at the family's convenience.

Published in The Corning Leader on Apr. 11, 2019



 
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04/12/19 01:44 PM #3    

Davida DeBLASIO (Telehany)

I met Judy at East High our junior year.  What a great person!  My thoughts and prayers are with her family at this time of great loss.  Blessings, Davida


04/12/19 06:37 PM #4    

Margaret A. Twist (Clark)

My prayers and thoughts go out to the family.

04/12/19 06:58 PM #5    

Daniel Gehl

Rest in peace, Judy you were always a friend,prayers for your family.

04/12/19 11:07 PM #6    

Diane Kosty (Louison)

My sincere sympathy to Judy’s family.   Although we lost touch over the years I have thought of her often.  May she RIP....


04/12/19 11:28 PM #7    

Carol Gaby (Money)

Seeing Judy's face brought back many memories of high school. Judy was very popular. Judy was a very compassionate person and made a difference in many people's lives.

My sympathies to her family. RIP 


04/13/19 09:40 AM #8    

Margaret Burrell (Cullen)

Judy was great fun when I knew her at East High.  I'm so sorry to hear the  news of her passing.  My sympathies to her loved ones, and may she rest in peace.


04/13/19 10:50 AM #9    

Barbara DiGIACOMO (Roberts)

May her soul Rest In Peace and May her family find sweet memories of her. 


04/13/19 12:33 PM #10    

Sally A. Shaddock (Matthews)

So very sad to hear about Judy's passing. She was a wonderful person and classmate. My sincere condolences to her family.


04/13/19 03:43 PM #11    

Susan Jamison (Kath)

I was sad to hear of Judy’s passing. We were neighbors and friends growing up and had some good times. The last time I saw her was in the early 90’s up at the track at Watkins Glen. She was in her element volunteering as a corner worker. She came to see us at our site and we had some good laughs. What a great smile she had! My condolances to her family. May she Rest In Peace.

 


04/13/19 08:09 PM #12    

Sharon Walt (Garrison)

My heart breaks at the passing of Judy. I remember many great times in high school. We lost touch after school but were reconnected for a short time several years ago. We shared many great memories. My condolences to her family.

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