Larry Judd

September 19, 1955 — October 23, 2021

Larry Judd

Larry Judd, 66, died peacefully on Oct. 23, 2021, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. He was born on Sept. 19, 1955, in Renton, Wash., the son of Junior Bob and June Judd. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his Uncle John and Ralph as well as his Aunt Edna.

Surviving in addition to his wife of 42 years Roxanne Judd, is daughter Ashley Dodd and her husband, John Dodd; two grandchildren, Finn and Aiden Dodd; two nieces that were more like daughters, Denna Finnegan and Jenna Machado; as well as many more nieces, nephews and in-laws; brother Gary Judd, sister Kathy Zook and cousin Diane Lyczewski.

Those who remember Larry remember him as a selfless man, Harley riding explorer, crafter of all things, especially wood and metal, foodie at his core, handy man to anyone who asked, and the person in the room that would always make you laugh, smile, and give you a big hug. Larry was always asking himself how he could be more for others, and he had countless friends as well as made any stranger that crossed his path feel welcomed. Larry loved his family, but his truest love was for his grandsons. Larry had the hugest heart and will be missed to no end. Larry lives on through the people that surrounded him, and he made this world a better place.

LARRY W. JUDD – Larry Judd, 66, died peacefully on October 23, 2021 in Coeur d’ Alene, ID. He was born on September 19th, 1955 in Renton, WA, the son of Junior Bob and June Judd. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his Uncle John and Ralph as well as his Aunt Edna. Surviving in addition to his wife of 42 years Roxanne Judd, is daughter, Ashley Dodd and her husband, John Dodd; two grandchildren, Finn and Aiden Dodd; two nieces that were more like daughters, Denna Finnegan and Jenna Machado; as well as many more nieces, nephews, and in-laws; brother Gary Judd, sister Kathy Zook, and cousin Diane Lyczewski. Those who remember Larry remember him as a selfless man, Harley riding explorer, crafter of all things especially wood and metal, foodie at his core, handy man to anyone who asked, and the person in the room that would always make you laugh, smile, and give you a big hug. Larry was always asking himself how he could be more for others and he had countless friends as well as made any stranger that crossed his path feel welcomed. Larry loved his family, but his truest love was for his grandsons. Larry had the hugest heart and will be missed to no end. Larry lives on through the people that surrounded him and he made this world a better place.

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