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Judy S. Plowe

January 28, 1936 - November 10, 2016

JUDY S. PLOWE

Age 80, a resident of East Side Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Warsaw, formerly of Mungers Mill Rd., died November 10, 2016 at the nursing facility.

She was born January 28, 1936 in Warsaw daughter of the late Anthony and Barbara Buckland Shonk. She was employed as a loan officer at Five Star Bank for forty-five years prior to her retirement; a job that Judy thoroughly enjoyed.

Judy was a member of the United Church of Warsaw. She enjoyed gardening, sewing, shopping and refinishing furniture.

She was predeceased by her husband, Donald who died on May 14, 2012.

Surviving are her children, Leisa (Bruce) Zanghi of Perry, Laureen (Charles) Anderson of Livonia, Lynda (Steve) Brown of North Tonawanda; grandchildren, Jacquelynn Zanghi, Kaleb Zanghi, Jamie Fitch, Meggan Petti, Alexis Truax, Cameron Anderson, Stephen Brown, Kaylee Brown; great grandchildren, Jayvion Brown, Hunter Petti, Lee Petti, Teagan Petti. She was the sister of the late John Shonk.

There are no calling hours. Judy’s funeral service will be held Thursday, November 17 at 11 AM at the United Church of Warsaw (cor. S. Main and E. Buffalo Sts.). Burial will be in St. Michael’s Cemetery, Warsaw. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Warsaw Rescue Squad, PO Box 22, Warsaw, NY 14569.

Important Dates

November 17, 2016 : Funeral Service for Judy S. Plowe - 11:00 AM

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Nov 16.16 from Elaine Lambert:
I wanted to express my heartfelt condolences to Judy's family. There's such a sense of helplessness when someone we love dies. I'd like to share some scriptural thoughts that really helps me. Prayer is so valuable at this time but it's not that prayer simply makes us feel better. 2 Cor. 4:7 says that God can give us, "... power beyond what is normal ", to go from one day to the next. This does not mean that we no longer cry or that we forget, but it means we recover. The reason we recover is because of our hope. Jesus Christ talked about our hope in John 5:28, "... all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out ". Jesus was referring to the resurrection; this is our hope that helps us recover and gives us power to go on. 2 Cor. 1:3 describes our Creator as, "... the God of all comfort ". One way that God comforts us is by moving people who care about us to give us words of encouragement that we need to hear. May the God of comfort (Ps. 83:18) be your comfort now during this time of sorrow.

Nov 16.16 from norman plowe jr.:
so sorry to hear of aunt judy passing.always loved her smile, and her ambrosia fruit salad

Nov 15.16 from Alexis Truax:
I love and miss you grandma. I hope you're playing cards and doing puzzles with grandpa up there. Watch over us.

Nov 13.16 from Jacquelynn Zanghi:
I love you Gram. I hope you are at peace.

Nov 13.16 from Dawn Luckenbach:
Leisa,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your sisters at this difficult time. I will always remember your mom fondly through our years together in school and as neighbors.
Dawn

Nov 11.16 from Nancy:
I had the great pleasure of caring for Judy at Eastside the last 2 yrs She had a sweet and loving soul. I will miss her so much, she enriched my life in so many ways. RIP sweet Judy Pa-tooty