Judy M. Kennedy

Judy Kennedy, 76, of Alliance, NE formerly of Laramie, WY, passed away on Friday, June 10, 2022. She was born May 2, 1946, in Plum City, Wisconsin to James L. and Bernice (Reinecke) Caturia.

Judy graduated from high school in Plum City, Wisconsin in 1964. She later graduated from the University of Wyoming. Judy was the Executive Assistant for Farm Bureau Insurance Company for many years.

She married Thomas C. Kennedy on June 8, 1985, in Laramie, WY.

She was a member of St. Matthews Episcopal Cathedral in Laramie, WY and St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Alliance, NE, and the National and Wyoming Multiple Sclerosis Societies.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Thomas C. Kennedy; her stepdaughter, Elizabeth Anne Kennedy; her parents; and a grandchild.

She is survived by her sons, Jamie K. (Cindy) Ottman of St. Peters, MO and Jesse R. (Connie) Ottman of Alliance, NE; stepsons, Douglas Kennedy of Laramie, WY and David Kennedy of Easton, CT; her six grandchildren and three great grandchildren; and her brother, Larry (Tammy) Caturia of Wisconsin.

A Memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, June 16th at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Alliance. Services will be streamed through st.matthews-church-alliance.episcopal-ne.org on their Youtube channel.

Graveside service with inurnment will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, June 18th at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Cathedral Columbarium in Laramie, WY.

Memorial donations may be made in her name to the National or Wyoming M.S. Societies, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Cathedral in Laramie and/or St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Alliance, NE.

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Condolences (4)

  • Glenn Kassahn

    My condolences to your family and friends...

  • Anonymous

    Judy what a blessing it was to me when you and I met at the Farm Bureau Ins. Co. You had a wonderful attitude and we had a great time being friends and sharing our faith and the love we had for our families. Now, Judy you are with your God and all your loved family members and friends who have gone before you. You are walking with such ease, now. Much love ❤️ your friends Ed and Barb Ernst.

  • Roland Peterson

    Jamie and Jesse, so sorry for your loss. I knew Judy through the Laramie single's club way back in the 1980's, and ran into her a few times later on at Coal Creek Coffee in Laramie. Roland Peterson

  • Dee Brauninger

    Judy, you were an example of faithfulness in attending church, no matter what. We will miss you and your trusted chair making your way up to Communion, no matter what. You were an example of faithfulness to living as long as you could, no matter what. Thank you for inviting us to be strong within and to enjoy the people around you, as you did. Dee


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