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Judith ‘Jude’ Marie Bollman

March 22, 2013
The Mining Journal

WILDER, TN - Memorial services for Jude Bollman, age 64, of Wilder, TN, will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, at Standing Stone Church of Christ in Monterey. Jude has donated her body to the Genesis Life of Legacy program in Memphis, TN.

The family will receive friends from 2pm until time of services on Saturday at the church.

Jude passed from this earth on Wednesday morning, March 20, 2013, at her home in Wilder, TN.

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JUDITH BOLLMAN

She was born May. 30, 1948.

She is survived by her husband Tim Bollman of Wilder, TN and her three children, Deborah K. Sandoval of Sparta TN, Victoria A. Cox of Grand Junction CO, and Robert P. Moe of McMinnville TN, and 2 stepchildren, Robert W. Bollman, Craig, CO, and Virginia P. Bollman, Montrose, CO; as well as multiple brothers, sisters and grandchildren.

The daughter of Victor Alfred Wrate and Constance Adele Cobbett, Jude was born the in Mount Clemons, Michigan, but has traveled this great country and called many places home. From Michigan to Tennessee, Colorado to Puerto Rico, Judy has spread her infectious smile and joy throughout the entire country.

She has touched the lives of many through her work as a restaurant manager, a K-Mart photographer, central supply tech at CRMC hospital and most recently as a home health caregiver for Silver Angels. Jude was always willing to give herself to help others. This wonderful trait is sorely lacking in today's society and her passing represents a great loss for many.

Jude was one of the greatest and most loving individuals to walk this earth, and her passing into the arms of her God is a joyous occasion that she would want to be celebrated. So we wish her goodbye from the thousands of hearts and souls that she has been a part of over the last several decades. We hope you have found the greatest happiness, and simply ask that you keep a spot open for us to join you.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial contributions may be sent to CRMC Foundation Cancer Care Fund in her honor.

 
 

 

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