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Judith L. Bosch
Judith L. Bosch, 67, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on January 27, 2020. She was born in Dearborn, MI on November 7, 1952 to the late Mark and Sophie Anne Dickerson. Judy enjoyed reading and loved her dogs, Rosie and Sapphire. She was a faithful member of Connect Church and was involved in the Ladies’ Bible Study.
Judy leaves behind her husband, Gene, of 45 years; children, Gene Bosch III, Susan Bosch and Jon (Autumn) Bosch; brother, Dan (Cheryl) Dickerson; and sister, Diane Dickerson; and many other extended family members and friends.
Friends may call at Bacher Funeral Home, 3326 Manchester Rd., Akron, OH on Thursday, January 30, 2020 from 6 to 7 p.m. A funeral service will be held on Friday, January 31, 2020 at 10 a.m. at Connect Church, 578 Killian Rd., Akron, OH 44319. Pastors Larry Knight and Dan Dickerson officiating. Interment at Lockwood Cemetery.
Memorial contributions can be made to Connect Church, or Judy’s family to help defray funeral costs.
Judy and I go back to Midland High School, the year was 1968. We were both in Betty Riley's geometry class, the "slow" class. We became friends as two strugglers together, occasionally rebuked by Miss Riley for joking around in class. As I remember, we both passed but barely. It was four years later that I came to Christ in college and was delighted to reconnect with Judy when I started attending her dad's church in Midland. We spoke again last fall; she never lost her delightful laugh and spunky sense of humor. We WILL see each other again in the restored world Christ will bring to reality. In the meantime, we are comforted to know she is home with Him.
Barb, and Marv, Henry Jan 30 2020 12:00 AM
I was fortunate to work with Judy for over 10 years, she was such a positive, goodhearted person. The thing I will remember most were her stories. The stories would have me and my coworkers cracking up whether it was a story about something she did in her childhood or a recent story about her dog Rosie. I already missed Judy when she retired but now I just pray for peace and comfort for her family. She will truly be missed. RIP Judy
Dan Martin Jan 29 2020 12:00 AM
I had the privilege of knowing you/her when I was diagnosed with breast cancer in April of 2017. She was there for me from the beginning of my journey. She would call me a few times a week to check on me and see how I was doing with my treatments etc. She was so supportive and she would tell me. You've got this! You are going to beat this! You can do it! And she would tell me that I'm not alone in my breast cancer journey. I remember that we would talk until it was time for her to leave work for the day. And we would share some laughs and good times.She was such a wonderful person. And I miss her dearly. I love you Judy Bosch. Rest in peace my dear friend.
Tracie Workman Jan 29 2020 12:00 AM
Judy was my friend starting way back when we were 9 years old and started going to Jet Cadets together at our church. We went on many, many excursions with our church youth group including summer and winter camp. We loved to laugh together and one winter camp event we froze her Dads pajama pants and hung them on a flag pole! We continued our friendship when we went to the same college. I will miss her greatly but know I will see her again in Glory. To God be the Glory!
Sharon Green Jan 29 2020 12:00 AM