Reynolds

Reynolds

Judy Baldwin Reynolds, Sautee, Ga., passed from this life to the next on June 22, 2019, after a gallant struggle with cancer at the age of 72.

Judy was born at home in Bendersville, on March 23, 1947, to Mildred and Maurice “Jack” Baldwin. After Jack’s untimely accidental death, she and her mother moved to Plainsboro, N.J., with her new stepfather Robert D Allison.

She attended Princeton High School, William Woods College, Fulton, Mo., and graduated from Trenton State Teachers College, Trenton, N.J.

After teaching briefly she married, raised two children and retired from the Princeton Dental Group after 18 years.

Her last years in retirement have been spent becoming an accomplished quilter and enjoying the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Sautee Valley of North East Georgia. She especially enjoyed the easy winters, the blend of mountains and farming valleys, and rides through the Blue Ridge without another car on the road.

Judy was predeceased by her parents Mildred Wenk and Maurice Baldwin, and stepfather Robert Allison.

She is survived by her husband Alan Reynolds, Sautee, Ga.; daughter Krista Reynolds, Downingtown, Pa.; and son and daughter-in-law Richard and Lisa Reynolds, and grandchildren Savannah and Christian Reynolds, Middletown, Del.

There will be no viewing. Cremation services will be at Habersham Crematory, Cornelia, Ga.

Family requests no flowers, please. Final rest will be in the Wenksville United Methodist Church Cemetery, Wenksville. Date will be determined by the family.

Habersham Crematory of Cornelia is in charge of arrangements.

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