Boston, Judith M. “Judy” 69, of Powhatan Point, OH, died Monday May 4, 2015 at Wheeling Hospital.
Judy was born February 6, 1946 in Bellaire, Ohio a daughter of the late Lloyd and Florence Harris Helms.
She was retired from Ponderosa Steak House, Glen Dale, WV and a Methodist by faith.
Preceding her in death was a brother, John Helms, three sisters; Norma Gentile, Betty Zonker and Frances Scotka.
Surviving is her husband, Henry “Leon” Boston, a son, Brian “Boo” Boston of Powhatan Pt, OH and a daughter Lori Gibson of Shadyside, OH, three brothers; Jerry Joan Helms of Crystal River, FL, Joe Janice Helms of Shadyside, OH and Jim Trudy Helms of Ft. Myers, Fl, three grandchildren Laken Gibson, Skyler Gibson, and Shadow Gibson. many nieces and nephews Judy loved her cats which survive her.
In honoring Judy’s wishes, there will be no visitation. Final arrangements will be at the convenience of the family.
Arrangements by Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes and Crematory, 186 Main Street, Powhatan PT, Ohio.
Memorial Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Condolences may be extended to the family at altmeyer.com
Condolences, prayers and love to your family.
I am so very sad to hear of Judy’s passing, I had the opportunity of first being her friend and second being her hair stylist for many years! She and I had a special friendship I will cherish forever! God Bless all the family and prayers being sent at this sad time.
Sincerely , Sharon Boston
Leon and Family,
My thoughts and prayers go out to all of your family. Judy and I go way back she actually sat with my brother and I when my Mom worked, one summer when she was still in high school and you, Leon was her boyfriend! Judy was the best! I’m so sorry for your loss. Hold tight to your wonderful memories and may God Bless all of you….
Leon, Lori and Brian,
What a wonderful woman. We all loved Judy very much as well as all of you. We had a lot of good times as neighbors. What great memories. It was such a gift to have your family as our friends and neighbors. Judy was dear to all of us and her memory will always be treasured
Our hearts are so sad but know Judy is cradled in the Lord’s hands and no more pain. Wes, Linnie, Tami and Keith all send their love and prayers for each of you. Uncle George and I love ya’all so much and will always cherish those special times we had with all of you and especially with Judy. God Bless and please keep in touch.
To Leon and Lori and all of Judy’s family I wish to send my condolences to all of you. My prayers go out to all of you. Ray steele
To Leon, Lori, Brian, Laken, Skyler, Shadow…So sad to hear that my good friend from Laken’s basketball days has passed. Judy was just a sweet lady who dearly loved her family. She fought so hard and long but cherish the wonderful memories you have and they will warm your heart forever. Judy used to laugh about the two of us ending up at the ‘wrong’ basketball playoff game in which Laken was playing. Sitting in the game I told her, “I don’t think this is the Lady Tigers game Judy.” We then made a mad dash for the other school. I’ll never forget her special friendship. Love, Sue Junkins
Uncle Leon, Brian, Lori & all of Aunt Judy’s dear family and friends, We share so many loving happy memories of Aunt Judy with the family and those are the times we will hold dear and treasure. She is now pain free and in our Lord’s care. Another one of our precious Angels watching over all of her loved ones, just like she did here on earth. God Bless you all and give you peace. We love you.
We were sorry to hear of the passing of Judy. I can remember her being my babysitter when I was young and she was a teenager. Our prayers are with your family.