Obituaries

Judith I. "Judy" Schmidt

Aug 25, 2020
Schmidt Judy

Services

Judy’s wishes were to have no service.

Cemetery

Inurnment will be held at a later date in the Evergreen Cemetery in Delhi.

Memorials

may be directed to the family

Biography

Judith I. “Judy” Schmidt, 80, of Waterloo, died Tuesday, August 25, 2020 at her home of natural causes.  She was born February 7, 1940 in Dubuque the daughter of Frederick and Evelyn Hennings Huftill.  She attended Hawkeye Tech receiving her LPN License.

She married Robert M. Schmidt on June 8, 1957 in Manchester.

Judy worked as a LPN at Cedar Valley Specialists for 30 years, retiring in January of 2002.  She was a member of Unity Presbyterian Church and enjoyed quilting, reading, baking, traveling, her iPad, spending time with her grandchildren, and being a wife.

Survived by: her husband, Bob of Waterloo; three daughters, Vikki Schmidt and Kathy Schmidt both of Waterloo, Robin (Mike) Birkholz of Boonville, MO; four grandchildren, Valerie, Seth, Sarah and Curtis; seven great grandchildren, Miah, Amber, Spencer, Rand, Racer, Ashton and Camden; two sisters, Joyce (Lin) Winnekins of Freeport, IL and Joanne (Cleland) Dittmar of Stockton, IL.

Preceded in death by: her parents; one son, Robert M. Schmidt; two brothers, Wally and Warren Huftill and one sister, Arlene Midtbruget.

 


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  1. Kayla | Sep 05, 2020

    Go rest high on that beautiful mountain Ms. Judy❤️
    we will all miss your warm, grandmotherly smile, baked goods (which none of us will ever be able to perfect.) thank you for giving me a purpose and showing me exaclty why i love my job.! 

    all my thoughts and prayers are with you Bob and family❤️❤️

     

     

    -Kayla

  2. Mary Huffman | Sep 05, 2020
    Hi, My name is Mary Huffman.  I didn't know Judy very long since I was from Bethel Presbyterian before we blended.  But i served on session with her.  She was always a kind and loving person to me.  She also, with the help of her sister, made a quilt for my son out of his band T-shirts for last Christmas.  He will forever treasure that quilt.  Please accept my deepest sympathy.  May God hold you in the palm of His hand and give you His peace that passes all understanding.
  3. Ron and Diane Ebert | Sep 02, 2020

    Greetings from Ron and Diane Ebert. 

    Praying for everyone. Hugs love and prayers. 

     

  4. Sarah Yagla | Aug 31, 2020

    I'm sorry so to hear about Judy passing away.  Judy was a friend of my mother, Hazel Brown (they worked together years ago at Hawkeye Steel).  When mom passed in February, Judy and Bob came to the funeral home and I had a chance to visit with them.  It was so thoughtful they took the time to come and share a few stories.  She was so sweet and always had a smile for everyone.

    All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

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