Judy Stark

January 27, 1947 - February 11, 2019
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Date: Saturday, February 16, 2019

Time: 11:35 am

Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall


703 West Bluelick Road, Lima, OH, 45801

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Born: January 27, 1947
Died: February 11, 2019

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Bayliff & Son Funeral Home, Inc.

Judy A. Stark, age 72 of Lima, passed at 6:33 p.m., Monday, February 10, 2019 at Lima Memorial Health Care Systems. She was born January 27, 1947 in Garrett, Kentucky to the late Melvin and Oma Handshoe Wicker. On January 14, 1966 she married Lynn E. Stark, who survives in Lima.

Judy retired from High Tech Metal Products as an administrative manager. She was a member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Lima eastside. Judy loved to cook and especially to make favorite dishes for family and friends. She was a cat lover and treasured time spent with her family.

Survivors include a son – Jeremy L. Stark of Lima; a sister – Teresa Waterman of Holland, Ohio; 2 brothers – Harrison ‘Babe’ (Linda) Wicker of Montgomery, TX; Cloyd Wicker of Butler, IN.

She was preceded in death by twin sons – Joshua Lee and Jared Layne Stark, who died at birth; a sister – Freda Wicker; 5 brothers – Delano Nester, Woodrow Wicker, Bob Wicker, Steve Wicker, and Melvin D. Wicker.

A memorial service will begin 3:00 p.m., Saturday, February 16, 2019 at the Kingdom Hall, 703 W. Bluelick Road, Lima.

Memorial contributions may be made to the World Wide Work, 703 West Bluelick, Lima, Ohio 45807 or to the Allen County ASPCA, 3606 Elida Road, Lima, Ohio 45807.


Scarlet W Catron posted on 2/17/19

So sorry for your loss. Your KY family is thinking of you. Praying for God's comfort. Scarlet Wicker Catron and Aaron Wicker


Mollie Breland posted on 2/16/19

To my dear friend, Words cannot express the heaviness and sorrow in my heart right now as I think back on our memories. One of our last conversations was would we ever cruise again, and you replied that your cruising days are over. Another of our last conversations I told you that you were always going to be around to take care of everyone because that's what you do, and you stated that it was time for someone else to take over the reins because you and Esther were retiring! LOL I will miss your beautiful smile, your quirkiness, your humor, but mostly I'll miss your laughter, love, support, and spiritual encouragement. I look forward to the day when I will see you and your old friends Marie and Fred Young hug and share laughter again...and you bake Brother Young a coconut cake! I love you and I'll miss you....


Regina & Boyd Evans posted on 2/14/19

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Regina & Boyd Evans posted on 2/14/19

We were so sad to hear of Judy passing. I met Judy through our work places and then found out she was a sister to my husband( Boyd ) Evans, best friend which was her Brother Bob. We enjoyed talking when we were on the phone or when I visited where she worked. We would laugh and tell stories about the Wicker men. Boyd was close to all her family and she will be dearly missed. Prayers for all the family R.I.P. Judy.


Pat Wicker posted on 2/13/19

Words cannot describe the feelings I had for Judy. I had known her over 50 years starting when our family moved into their neighborhood. She babysat for me and my 2 younger sisters. We moved away and years later I married her brother Bob and then we were together again. After my husband died, we became very close, taking trips to Texas to see her other brother Babe and then to Florida, all the time having the best of times, always laughing. She really enjoyed coming to Indiana during the Memorial of Christ's death to invite all her family. We would spend 2 days going around to all of them and visiting. She so loved her family. If she had not heard from us in a few days, she was either calling or emailing. She was so excited when we held the Wicker reunion a couple of years ago and was looking forward to the next. We were already planning our next trip to Texas in July. She was the best cook ever and she was my sister-in-law, my spiritual sister and my best friend. I will miss her so much! She will never know how many people loved her.


Jean Reza posted on 2/13/19

I am so sorry to hear of Judy’s passing . She was such a joy to talk to. My heartfelt sympathies.


Caprice Burckholter posted on 2/13/19

Judy touched so many lives in small ways and in not so small ways. She quietly went about doing for so many that you would be hard put to find anyone in our congregation who has not been helped by Judy. It is with tears that I write this, but we do have confidence that she is now in "the safest place possible, the unfailing memory of our all-powerful God Jehovah" My sincerest consolations go out to Judy's family and friends. "See you in paradise!"


Joni Konrad Daner posted on 2/13/19

Aunt Sis was a special woman in my life. I was blessed with driving to Florida with her and Cindy Wicker Beiswanger. Three girls on a road trip!!!! Aunt Sis introduced me to Rainbow Flip Flops and the importance of quality in them. She was my protector of the lizards in Florida and her brother Woodrow, who enjoyed torturing me with the lizards ;) She was our own personal weather lady. It was a memorable trip filled with happiness. Aunt Sis you are missed!