Judi B. Rieck

Judi B. Rieck

Passed: August 15, 2011


Judi B. Rieck, a long-time resident of Huntington Beach, passed away peacefully on August 15, 2011 in the presence of her family in Yorba Linda, CA.

A Singer, Actress, Model and Talent Agent who worked in the entertainment industry for 50 years, Judi is survived by her sons Tony Rieck and Darin Rieck and his husband Larry Pemble; daughter Judith Keigley and her husband Robert; granddaughter Rachel Keigley and grandson Jacob Rocky Rieck.

A Graveside Service will take place Thursday, August 18, 2011 at 11:00am at Good Shepherd Cemetery, 8301 Talbert Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA.

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made in Judi’s name to the Southern California Bulldog Club of America Rescue Network, Inc. To mail a donation, send a check made payable to: Bulldog Rescue P.O. Box 10313 Santa Ana, CA 92711 or visit www.socalbulldogrescue.org.

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1 responses to Judi B. Rieck

  1. Em says:

    My dearest Judy, Tony and Darin,

    Having known both your parents since Hector was a pup, I can honestly tell you that this marriage was a match made in Heaven. And now, Heaven is experiencing fireworks and parades, celebrations and concerts, and hoopla like nobody’s business.

    Your mother wins the prize for making people feel like the world was their playground. She put a smile on everyone’s face who sat in her presence. Her exuberance and sincere appreciation for life was so contagious. The Rose Colored Glasses you passed out at her service were so appropriate. Once a Disneyland employee, always a Disneyland employee. The mold was broken after her.

    I will always cherish the times I spent with her and the way she made me feel so good about the future. Her sparkling blue eyes, her beautiful smile and her sincerely loving way truly made an impression on me and my children that will last a lifetime.

    If only more people could leave this earth having given the people left behind this kind of levity. She was one of a kind. Not a mean bone in her body. Always seeing the best in everyone. Always ready to play and laugh. Always finding joy in every situation, even in the darkest moments.

    I will never forget how she kissed your father’s casket, 22 years ago, and said “Good night my Prince. Until we meet again in Heaven”. And now, they are united. And the stars are sparkling brightly, and there is such a peaceful feeling throughout the lives of all who knew her.

    What an Angel!

    I have no doubts she will change the music of Heaven. Those other Angels need to pay attention. Learning Scatting may not be so easy for all of them. But she will be patient and kind as they learn. That was her way.

    Thank you for sharing your darling mother with me. My life has been blessed because of it.

    Shoo-be-doo-be-doo-wop, aaahhhh.

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