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Judith Ann Johnson

February 9, 1955 - May 6, 2023

Burial Date May 11, 2023

Service will be held at 2pm Thursday May 11, 2023 at Morris Funeral Home Cowen with Pastor Tim Painter officiating. Burial will follow at the Big Run Cemetery Diana. A gathering of family and friends will be held from 12pm until the time of service Thursday at the funeral home.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.morrisfuneralhomecowenwv.com.

Services entrusted to the care of Morris Funeral Home.

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Dear Robyn, Deepest sympathy for the loss of your sister Judy. I remember my sister Doris and I spending the night with Judy and you when we were in elementary school, and your lovely mother made waffles for breakfast for us. Sisters are special, and I know she will be greatly missed. Love, Carol

Posted by Carol Stout on May 11, 2023

Dear Kristy and Family, our hearts are heavy hearing about the loss of your precious mother. What a gorgeous woman; you look just like her Kristy! We are praying for God’s peace that passes all understanding to guide you through this difficult time. Sending love and hugs.

Posted by Clay and Karen Persinger on May 10, 2023

When Judy was born, very prematurely, Aunt Carolyn’s husband Dr. Kopanko, visited her at the Webster Springs Hospital and said that he didn’t expect her to survive. Apparently, he didn’t know the determination of the Barbes, because she did live. When she was around 4 years of age, I was pulling her around on her Grandma Barbe’s porch in a little red wagon, and it tipped over and she fell off the back. When she grew to adulthood, She and I often joked that the incident probably rearranged her brain to make her smarter. Years later when she was single again, I visited her as she was studying for the courses that she was taking at Glenville College to be a schoolteacher. I am sure that she was a wonderful teacher whose students loved her. My last remembrance of her was at her Dad’s garage with him, Rick and others spinning their honey. She was so involved and excited. She had made a big pot of spaghetti for everyone. She had told me that her wish was to live one day longer than her Dad to spare him the grief of losing her. She was one of the best people that I have known, Love, Uncle David

Posted by david f barbe on May 9, 2023

We send our most sincere condolences to Chase & his family. We are so sorry for the loss of your grandmother. May you find comfort through our Lord. We love you Chase.

Posted by Timmy & Shannon Alderman on May 9, 2023

Our sympathies to Judy’s family. Enjoyed working with for many years at Glade.

Posted by JDana Holbrook on May 9, 2023