Judy Jeanette Stallings


Judy Jeanette Stallings was born May 10th, 1942 in Little Rock, Ark. and moved to her eternal resting place in heaven on April 26, 2019, in Plano, Texas. She was preceded in death by her beloved son, Bert, and is survived by her loving daughter, Ginger and her husband John Schmidt, granddaughters Jalana and Jessica Jeanette Schmidt, grandson Jacob A. Schmidt, great-granddaughter Kenzie Martinez, sisters Gloria Kemp and Charlotte Voss, brother Carl Voss and wife Linda, brother Roger Voss and wife Cynthia, along with numerous nieces and nephews who affectionately knew her as "Aunt JuJu". Judy graduated from North Little Rock High School in 1960 where she earned an academic scholarship to Arkansas Tech University. After graduating from ATU, Judy taught English, Journalism, and Home Ec at Lonoke Ark. High School from 1966-1985. During her tenure at Lonoke, she received a Commendation from then Governor Bill Clinton for instituting a "Meritorious Advanced Teaching Program". In 1985 Judy received a Master's Degree in Home Ec from the University of Arkansas-Conway and moved to Atlanta Texas where she taught journalism and Home Ec. from 1985-1988. Continuing her education, in 1988 Judy received another Master's Degree, this one in counseling, from Stephen F. Austin College. She then worked as a counselor at Atlanta Tx. from 1988 until 1996, when she moved to Lewisville Tx. to be closer to her daughter and granddaughter. Judy continued her career as a counselor until retiring from Huffhines Middle School in nearby Denton Tx. Upon moving to McAlester in 2006, Judy, always active, joined the First Presbyterian Church where she served as a deacon and member/officer of the Presbyterian Women's Group. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, McAlester Literary Club, and member/past President of the McAlester PEO. Judy was a participant in several bridge clubs and played golf, thoroughly enjoying the fellowship of the McAlester CC Women's Golf Association. Judy, "Aunt JuJu", will be sorely missed by family and friends, but we can all take solace in that she is now playing golf in heaven! A Memorial service will be held at 2:00 Saturday, May 18th at the First Presbyterian Church, McAlester.
Published on May 16, 2019
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