Judith May Harmon of Excelsior Springs, MO, went to Heaven on March 19, 2023. Mrs. Harmon was born on July 31st in Point Pleasant, New Jersey.
Ms. Judy worked for the Excelsior Springs School District for more than 20 years. She was a devoted and loving para to many special children in our district. She loved her entire family including her sister, children, grandchildren and great grand grandchildren more than anything else. She never met a stranger and was always more than willing to help anyone in need. In her later years she loved feeding the birds and squirrels who visited her yard.
Survivors include her husband, Bob Harmon, of the home; her son, Rob Harmon and daughter-in-law, Cayla; her daughter, Kelly Adair and son-in-law, Chris; her son, Mark Harmon and daughter-in-law, Rachael; grandchildren, Morghan Manier, Anthony Harmon, December Harmon, Trinity Adair, Abigail Adair and Lacyana Adair; great grandchildren, Claire Manier, Axel Manier, Oaklyn Harmon and Beckham Harmon; her only sister, Donna Brooks, her brother-in-law, Bart, and nephew, Barty. Along with many, many more extended family members and nieces and nephews.
We will have a celebration of life in July to celebrate her birthday the beautiful life she led.
Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.
Our Sincere Condolences
We love you Judy and will miss you. We will be there for Bob and the kids, so sorry, she left us too soon.
So sweet to hear of my friend and amazing woman’s passing. Judy was a best friend throughout high school and was my bridesmaid. Her love for her family was so deep. I’m sure she will be missed by all. Sending love and healing prayers.
Hi. Bob and family so sorry for your loss. May God be with you and your family.
Your cousin, Betty l Harman
So sorry for your loss. Cherish your memories and hold each other closer.
Judy you are deeply missed, deeply loved, and always thought of…
As my first cousin, we shared lovely memories full of love. We were a close knit family always there to support each other as we grew to adulthood.
I know Bob, your children, grandchildren, and great grans will always have wonderful memories of you!
With heartfelt sympathy to all.