March 1, 1955 - June 24, 2012
Judy Parrott Gray, age 57, of Covington, KY passed away on June 24, 2012 at St. Elizabeth Health Care in Edgewood, KY. She retired from Proctor & Gamble after 23 years of service. Judy was a member of St. Cecilia Church in Independence, KY,as well as Covington Turners, and was an avid golfer. She was Preceded in death by her Brothers: Harry Parrott in 2011 and Eddie Parrott in 1999. Judy is Survived by her Husband: Tim Craven of Covington, KY, Daughter: Stacey (Joe) Wills of Taylor Mill, KY, Step-Daughters: Amy (Kevin) Wood of Edgewood, KY and Nicole Craven of Union, KY, Step-Son: Eric (Kirstie) Craven of Elsmere, KY, Brothers: Charlie (Lorrie) Parrott of Covington, KY and Rick (Peg) Parrott of Covington, KY, Sisters: Kathy (Bodie) Rump of Covington, KY, Pat Parrott of Sharonville, OH, and Sister Mary Ethel Parrott S.N.D. of Park Hills, KY, Sister-in-Law: Linda Parrott of Hamilton, OH and 10 Grandchildren. The Visitation will be held at Connley Brothers Funeral Home in Latonia, KY on Thursday, June 28, 2012 from 3 PM until the Catholic Blessing at 7 PM. Memorial Donations are suggested to the American Cancer Society 297 Buttermilk Pike Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017 and/or American Diabetes Association 4555 Lake Forest Drive, Suite 396, Cincinnati, OH 45242. Online Condolences may be made at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com
My thoughts and prayers go out to my good friend Ricky and the rest of his family. I will always remember how thoughtful and up beat Judy was. She was so terrific to be around,
God bless …
I am so sorry to the Family for your loss of this Wonderful Woman!! Judy enlightened my Tuesday Nights (Bowling) with her smile and happiness! She will be truly missed…
Love, Karrie Hagan.
Judy made the world a better place and made us better people for having her in our lives. Love and hugs.
Tim: I’m sorry to hear of Judy’s passing; my sincere condolences. I will continue to keep you and her family in my thoughts and prayers. Please remember the good times you had; they will sustain you in the days and weeks ahead. May God continue to bless you and your family during this time. With Sympathy, Chuck
Judy, I wasn’t a part of the family but I have always felt like it and your were definitly one of the main people who was always there for me. I loved being around you and seeing your wonderful smile. I’ll never forget Myrtle Beach vacation with you when you tried to get us boys all weeked. I’ll switch to Miller High Life on the 4th of July Party to remember you by! LOVE YOU AUNT JUDY!
Judy was the most amazing person I have ever known….Always smiling, loved her laugh and enjoyed all the times we ever spent together. We are going to miss you so much and can’t imagine life with out you in it….Lots of great memories and so sad that we didn’t have you longer to build many more…..Prayes and hugs your way to Timmy, Stacy and all the Parrott family and Judy rest in peace with the heavenly father, no suffering anymore!
Judy, I have so many memories of you from our days as co-workers at P&G-but especially your laugh and bright smile. It was hard to hear you laughing and remain sad and grumpy. I think I will always smile whenever I remember it. I also found it hard not to cry the day we stood by a window at work and watched a tornado heading towards wherever your little daughter was that day–you were so upset and tearful. Someone who has not seen you in many years felt so bad to read your name in the papers today, that my heart goes out to your family and close friends.
JUDY – kind, witty, funny, beautiful, sweet, generous, caring, loving, always a smile.
You made my childhood brighter and I have great memories of softball, golf and bowling.
The world is a better place thanks to you. I know you’re in a good place with family and friends.
Thank YOU for being a friend.
May God bring Peace and Love to heal our broken hearts.
To all in Parrottville, Janet and I feel so blessed to be included among the many people Judy called friend. We’ll have great memories of our time together. Be it the legandary July 4th parties, to houseboat trips, to bowling or just shooting the breeze by the pool, being with Judy was always a great time. Our thoughts, prayers and love go out to you all.
Stacey, I am heartbroken for you. I know what a bright light your mom was to so many, especially you. May the love that surrounds you get you through the pain. And may that beautiful baby girl of yours bring you comfort, knowing that your mom lives on in both of you. Love and hugs!
Rarely do you meet someone who thoroughly enjoys their life. Judy was one of the those people. She loved her family, friends and her family’s friends just as much as her own. She made everyone feel welcome and was accepting of all. My family and I will have nothing but wonderful memories of being with Judy and I think that is the highest compliment you can give anyone. She will be greatly missed and our lives will never be the same. I feel so blessed to have been a part of her life. She is at peace now. I just pray to God to help her family with this unbelieve loss.
You hear the term beautiful soul but you are lucky to encounter someone that encompasses that term in a lifetime. I had the honor to know Judy and realize that her beauty came from the family and friends that surrounded her. I am certain that her strength survives in her family and her beautiful soul will not only heal but continue to strengthen a great family. I love you all and my family will keep you all in our prayers.