Judith Ann (Miller) Warnick, Lonaconing, MD, earned her wings and went to be with her Lord and Savior on the morning of October 17, 2016, after a very long and courageous battle with cancer.
Born November 28, 1942, Judy was the youngest child of the late Jacob T. and Lula E. (Salisbury) Miller, and in addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by siblings Andrew Miller, Jacob Miller, Lee Miller and wife Doreen, Glenn Miller and wife Sandy, Paul Miller and wife Judy, Helen Lemon, Carol Hollern and husband Jack, and Mary Miller.
Judy leaves behind her husband, Donald “Romeo” Warnick, who was the love of her life for 60 years; their children John Davey Warnick, Bridget Anne Robertson, Annie Laurie Warnick and Carissa Anne Warnick, all of whom she cherished dearly; her grandchildren, and the lights of her life, Kyana Lea Robertson, Keeran Marie Robertson, Kourtney Corrine Elizabeth Robertson, and Robert Kaleb Robertson. She is also survived by her brother Harry Miller and wife Ruth; close friend and sister Elsie Cutter; neighbor and very special friend Roxann Pryor; her youngest friend Aiden ,whom she spent many hours talking to about Jesus, along with several nieces and nephews and her special canine companion Fudge. Special recognition goes to her nieces Carol Wolz and Leah Miller and nephew Marvin Miller, all of whom grew up with Judy and held a very special place in her life.
A member of the First Assembly of God church in Lonaconing, Judy was the most loving and selfless woman that anyone could have ever met. She lived her life for others, especially her family, who will all miss her greatly. She enjoyed reading, mainly the Bible, writing stories, researching her family’s ancestry, collecting and sharing pictures of loved ones, telling others about Jesus, talking to strangers who ultimately became new friends and sharing an abundance of laughter with her daughter, Annie Laurie, who was by her side through the entire journey. In her last act of selflessness, Judy donated her body to the Maryland Anatomy Board so that others may possibly benefit from their research.
Judy’s children would like to give special thanks to the Home Health Care Nurses as well as the Home Hospice Nurses and CNAs, who all went above and beyond in taking care of Judy, making her final days as comfortable as possible.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at 3:00PM at the First Assembly of God Church, Lonaconing with Rev. George Loar officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that all donations either be made to the Schwab Family Cancer Center at the WMHS, or the MS Society, in honor of her son, John, who’s struggled with MS for the last 15 years.
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