Judy Luella Chapman

Judy Luella Chapman

May 04, 1951 - June 28, 2011

Judy Luella Chapman

May 04, 1951 - June 28, 2011


Judy Luella Chapman, age 60, passed away on Tuesday, June 28, 2011.

Judy was born May 4, 1951 in Oregon, living in Portland and Salem, where she graduated from high school. She then moved on to attending Colorado Women’s College in Denver, CO, graduating in 1973. She lived and worked in Denver for many years, joining the Colorado Choir and traveling extensively with the group.

She moved to Orange County, CA in 1990 and worked for Knott’s Berry Farm before moving to the group health insurance business. She was a great mentor, sister, friend, and business associate and will be greatly missed.

Judy is survived by her brothers, Bill Chapman wife Teresa and Stephen Chapman and by Julia and Brian Hutcheson and their children Kelsey, Connor and McKenna.

Services to be held at O’Connor Mortuary in Laguna Hills on Friday, July 8 2011 at 1:30pm In lieu of flowers please consider donating to the Relay For Life American Cancer Society at the following site:


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16 responses to Judy Luella Chapman

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  1. Arthur Stern says:

    Judy thank you for your years of friendship. I really appreciate all you did for me and the talks we had. I will miss you. I am sending lots of light and love your way. Rest in peace.

  2. I was very saddened to hear of Judy’s passing. She was great to work with, and I had many wonderful conversations with her over the years… She will be sadly missed!! My prayers and condolences to her family…

  3. I’m still in disbelief…this could not have happened. We met nearly 42 years ago as freshmen at CWC. We spent 4 years paling around with the same group of friends. We then, a few years later, spent some time as roommates. Many memories some good, some not so good, but memories none the less! I know we difted apart but you were never forgotten. You have touched many lives. I know you will be missed very,very much by so many.

  4. Both Shirley and I are saddened by Judy’s passing. Her loyal dedication to her job was impressive and her passing will be felt by many of her associates.

    I will miss our friendly debates which I learned to enjoy. She was a rare individual, a diamond in the rough.

    The lord is going to enjoy your
    company. We will miss you.

    Joe & Shirley Morris

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