Judy Ashcraft was born in Canton, Ohio on September 18th, 1948. She went home to be with our Lord on April 11th, 2020 at the age of 71. Judy was the daughter of the late Anna and Hubert Marks. She was a 1966 graduate of McKinley High School, then she went on to work at the Hoover Co. with 10 years of service. She later graduated from Stark State College, where she became a certified medical assistant and worked for Dr. Mark Stachel for 17 years. She was a member of the First Assembly of God and lived most of her life in Louisville, Ohio.
Judy was hard working, loved gardening, made beautiful flower arrangements, was an amazing cook (famously known for her chili and vegetable soup), loved listening to music (especially her favorites from worship service), dancing and most of all spending time with her entire family gathered together. Judy loved when everyone would get together. It was one of the few times that all worries, and pains would fade away, leaving a peaceful smile on her face. Judy was a very generous and loving person. She always tried to make you feel welcome. She will be greatly missed.
She leaves her husband of 53 years, James Ashcraft, whom she married on June 25th, 1966. Judy is lovingly remembered by their daughter Rhonda Ashcraft; grandchildren Jessica (Aaron) Peck, Emily Ashcraft, Kyle Ashcraft, James Ashcraft and Madeline Ashcraft, daughter-in-law Christina Ashcraft and sister Annabel Conley, great grandchildren Emmett Peck and Rosaleigh Peck and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her wonderful son James T. Ashcraft Jr.; great granddaughter, Evangeline Peck; brothers-in-law, Ray Conley, Charles Ashcraft, George (Bud) Ashcraft, Lester Smith and sister-in-law, Pat Fulmer.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Louisville First Assembly of God. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.paqueletfalk.com
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It broke my heart when I got the news of this wonderful lady passing away, I had the pleasure of knowing her for 20+ years and my thought and prayers go to her family for such a loss. Rest In Peace Judy with your loved one in heaven.
Such a wonderful friend. Judy got me through college as she was the smart one. Always nice to everyone she ever knew. Will miss you since you are now an angel.
I will miss this beautiful woman. Prayers for the family. Love and prayers.
Sorry to hear of Judy’s passing. She was a wonderful women who cared for people alot. I worked with her at McDonald’s on Harmont Ave and then at the Hoover Company. At McDonald’s she was like a mother to me when I lost my mom so I called her mom all the time. You have are condolences on your lose.
Rest easy in our Heavenly Fathers arms. Your beautiful soul will be missed. Doc Mike and Julie Thomas and staff was blessed to call her a friend, there has been a donation made to the Louisville First Assembly of God in memory of Judy. Love and Prayers to the family.