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

  1. I only met Judy by phone a year ago but we spoke many, many times. I was only able to meet her in person this past April. I relied on Judy for her wealth of information and the plethora of knowledge she kept hip side. Yet our conversations always seemed to drift to personal matters, she was a person who genuinely cared and was easy to chat with. She was probably a remarkable friend to many, if only I could have known her longer. May you all find peace soon and hold your memories close to your heart.

  2. Becky says:

    I will miss Judy’s smile, laugh and kind heart. She was not just someone I worked with…I loved her and she loved me. We shared a special connection that I was always hold dear to me. She was always there for me when I needed a friend especially when I needed to unload my in-law drama which was alot. She even took the time to make the most beautiful baby blanket I have ever seen for my baby girl. To say I will miss her is not enough to express how deeply I feel. Judy if you are looking down at us, I want to say Thank you for being you and being a part of my life. I will love you always.

  3. John Heusser says:

    Judy was a wonderful colleague and friend. I will always cherish her sense of humor and intelligence. I am so grateful to have known Judy for the past 6 years. She will be missed.

  4. Thank you Heavenly Father for your gift of our cousin, Judy. We enjoyed her bright mind, easy laughter, quick wit, efficiency and love. We will miss her, but are grateful for the time we had her in our family. Give us Your comfort and peace. Help us to be more loving and teach us to number our day that we may gain a heart of wisdom as the Psalmist says.

  5. Tyler Rover says:

    Somewhere in the afterlife, God is getting an intelligent, spirited lecture on the state of American health care – no interuptions allowed. Judy was a delight to know and to work with. I will miss her.

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