of Little Rock, AR
September 19, 1947 - September 18, 2023
Judith Lorraine Lanford, 75, of Little Rock, AR passed away peacefully on September 18, 2023.She is preceded in death by her parents, Lorraine and Louis Lanford and her brother, Robert Lanford. She is survived by sister-in-law, Gaye Lanford; her nephew, Matthew Lanford and husband, Michael Young of Las Vegas, Nevada and her niece, Kate Beal and her husband, Stuart and their children, Alex Beal and his wife, Monica, Philip Beal and Thomas Beal all of Midland, Texas. Judy was born on September 19, 1947 in Little Rock, Arkansas. She attended Hall High School and graduated in 1965. Judy was an avid traveler and had a career as a travel agent with World Wide Travel. She was a loyal member of the Little Rock Ski Club since 1970 and was a former board member and trip leader. Judy belonged to several civic organizations which she supported faithfully. She loved the arts, a gala or soiree and animals, especially her dog, Barney. A memorial service to celebrate Judy's life will be held at Roller-Drummond Funeral Home (10900 I-30, Little Rock) on September 26, 2023 beginning at 1:00pm, with a visitation beginning at 12:00pm. Burial will be at Roselawn Memorial Park (2801 Asher Ave, Little Rock). In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to CARE for Animals. (careforanimals.org/donate)
Wonderful days in our neighborhood dear sweet Judy!! . It was fantastic later getting together, chatting and eating. I’m sorry we were gone so often. I love you a will think of you always.
You were always ready to play when you were healthy enough to do so. Great fun and great memories. You are missed!! Keep everyone in line up there!!
Judy was a founding member of AWE-AR Women Executives. We will miss her!
My Condolences to Her Family and Friends. May She Rest In Peace ðŸ™Judith was a friend and a co-worker of mine and I will always remember her with fondness.
Such fond memories of skiing trips!
Judy was a very special and positive personI feel blessed to have known herSo sorry I missed celebrating her life with friendsShe will be missedAlice Cockrill Allred
Such a dear friend she will be missed.
Judy will be greatly missed by many. Rest in Peace, my friend.
Judy was a trooper, friend and very special person. Many prayers for family and friends
My sweet dear friend I will miss you! Canâ€™t believe you are gone. Oh the times we had .!!! Will never forget you!! Until we meet again!ðŸ¥‚
Judy, you were such a dear friend and special person. Will miss you. Love and prayers to your family.Ann
Judy, I will be your friend f0rever YOU WERE A FRIEND TO EVERBODY.LOVE, NANCY
So sorry to hear about Judy. She was such a great volunteer for CARE and was fun to be around. My thoughts are with her family.
A wonderful long time friend.
Dear Judy, I have fond, happy memories of you on ski trips! You were always the life of the party!!â¤ï¸
Judy, you were always the life of the party and had a constant smile on your pretty face. You will be missed by many. Francis
Go in peace Sweet Judy. You were one of a kind and I will always remember our longtime friendship. You had a very full life with many great stories to tell. I send my condolences to your family and will see you again some day.
My dear friend,I wish we could have had more contact over the years, my heart is broken. I will always remember the fun we had together and the teenage secrets we shared. You were one of my best friends. Rest in peace dear Judy. Your will always have a loving place in my heart.Debby Moody
What a great neighborhood we had! We sure had so much fun on Lenon Drive. You will be missed by your many friends. Fly high with the Angel's my friend.
You lived a fun life and we enjoyed having you in our life. Fond memories.
We had a cherished childhood, old friend.