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Judith Urffer

Judith Urffer

Monday May 8, 1939 - Wednesday January 22, 2020
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Judith Urffer, 80, of Boyertown passed away on January 22, 2020 surrounded by her family. She was the beloved wife of Denny Urffer. Born in Lansdale, she was a daughter of the late Edward and Dorothy (Stoneback) Boorse. Judy hated her name “Judith”, “Judy”, and especially “Eleanor”; but she loved being Mom, Grams, and Mimi. Her family was her focus and she was the glue for all of them no matter where they lived. Everyone kept in touch with her. Her grandchildren from Colorado came every summer for several weeks to visit, and still come even at the ages of 22-31 years. Her local grandchildren stop by regularly, too. Her best friends, though, were her great grandchildren. They visited at least 3 times a week to play, and would never want to go home.

Judy loved to sing, sometimes even doing so before getting out of bed in the morning. She loved to laugh and to do things to make others laugh, too. She was a strong and opinionated person, and everyone was aware of where she stood on every matter. She loved to garden and decorate. Her favorite “colors” were black and gray. She also loved vacationing at Cape May Point, especially with her extended family.

Surviving with her husband, are children: Philip Wojtowicz, of Colorado; Benjamin Wojtowicz, and his companion Barbara, of Florida; Kimberley, wife of Terry Hoch, of Pennsylvania; and Stacey Wojtowicz, of Colorado; grandchildren: Megan, wife of Cory Emery, of Pennsylvania; and Jessica, wife of Scott Oetting, Katelin Wojtowicz, and Alysia Martin, all of Colorado; great-grandchildren: Harper and Graysyn Emery, both of Pennsylvania; and Miller Oetting, of Colorado; siblings: Gail Worman, of Colorado; Sonia Williamson, Jerry Boorse, and Daryll Boorse, all of Pennsylvania; and Gwain Boorse, of Florida; and many nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by siblings: Robert, Donald, and Bonnie.

A Celebration of Her Life will be held privately. The Falk Funeral Homes & Crematory, Pennsburg, is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to Veterans Brotherhood, www.veteransbrotherhood.vet or the Lehigh Valley Hospice. To offer on-line condolences, please visit her “Book of Memories” at falkfuneralhomes.com.
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Alysia Martin

Posted at 12:14am
I miss you every single day. I love you

Kim Hoch

Posted at 08:42am
My mom was a fantastic person she always put her family first I am grateful for 56 years of celebrating birthdays Mother’s Day Christmas and every chance to see her or call her on a daily basis she was a wealth of knowledge and information I loved to hear her stories and the way she laughed and made us laugh she did so many fun things while we were growing up she was an awesome grandmother and loved to spend time with her grandchildren when she became a great grandmother it was like she fell in love all over again she was so silly and spent every chance making her great grandchildren laugh they loved her unconditionally even when she was tired they knew so they would just snuggle her on the couch she would snuggle them with more love than you could ever imagine everything was mimi mimi mimi I know she will be watching over us and there will never be a moment when she is not thought about thank you mom for the best life I could have ever asked for I love you so much and mi
ss you terribly
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Clyde Hoch

Posted at 09:27am
So very sorry for your loss. Dennis is a friend and fellow brother in the Veterans Brotherhood. Think now that Judith is in a far better place than we are. She is with God.

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