Judy Perry Moses
Judy Moses, 70, of Mystic, CT passed away on Saturday, (August 7, 2010). Judy was born in Hartford in 1939, the loving daughter of Sydney and Jean (Vinick) Perry. Judy leaves her husband of 48 years, Vic; her son Michael, and daughter, Carrie. Her granddaughters Sarah, Jennie, and Rebekah; all of whom loved her dearly. She also leaves a brother, George and his wife Debbie, of Newton, MA. Judy was a beautiful and vibrant woman, touching all who had the privilege of knowing her. As a child growing up in West Hartford, she attended local public schools, graduating from Hall High with the class of 1957. Judy wore her engaging smile, sweet disposition, and generous personality throughout her life. She was a natural athlete who carried her joy of life from the tennis courts at Elizabeth Park, to the ski slopes of Vermont, to the stage at the Bushnell, and to her life at the shore. As a child she loved to swim and spent every summer at Beach Park in Clinton. Later in life, she treasured nearly 40 years of "golden moments" at the beach in Old Lyme with Vic, Michael, Carrie, Sarah, Jennie, and Rebekah. Upon graduating from Lesley College in Boston in 1961, Judy began her teaching career in Lexington, MA. After her marriage to Vic in 1962, she continued her teaching career in the communities of Milton, MA, East Hartford, CT, and at Temple Beth Shalom, where she and her family enjoyed many years of membership. During her years in the classroom she developed lifelong relationships with her peers and with the children she so lovingly taught. Judy was active in every community where she lived, serving with the Temple Sisterhood and as a life member of Hadassah. Most recently, she was a volunteer with the Friends of the Mystic & Noank Library, a role enjoyed with the same passion and love she carried through in every facet of her life.While work and volunteerism were important to Judy, the most singular and selfless focus of her entire adult life was being a wonderful wife, mother, daughter, and bubbe to her beloved girls; Sarah, Jennie, and Rebekah. Her legacy, the love she instilled in all of us, will live on forever. Funeral services will be held at the Beth El Cemetery, 27 Jackson Street, Avon, CT on Monday, August 9 at 1 p.m. The family will gather immediately after services at 16 Greenhurst Drive, West Hartford, CT. Donations in Judy's memory can be made to the Mystic & Noank Library, 40 Library Street, Mystic, CT 06355 or to a charity of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to Weinstein Mortuary, Hartford, CT. For further information, directions, or to sign Judy's guestbook please go to

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