Judith Irene Parker Schuler, age 69, of Snellville, GA passed away on Monday, February 19, 2018.  She was born in Atlanta and grew up in East Atlanta.  She graduated from East Atlanta High School in 1966 and from Wesleyan College in Macon in 1970.  She married John Schuler, Jr., in 1982.  Judy worked for the Veterans Administration in the early seventies and later for the Gwinnett Library System.  She enjoyed her church group, her movie club and her Red Hat ladies.  Judy’s loving spirit, her giving heart, and listening ear made her an invaluable wife, mother and friend.  She is survived by her son, John Raymond Schuler of Snellville.  A funeral service will be held at 3:00 P.M. on Sunday, February 25, 2018 at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy., Lawrenceville, GA 30046. 770-277-4550, the family will receive friends from 1:00 P.M. until 3:00 P.M. at the funeral home prior to the service.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.  Online condolences can be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. John, I fondly remember the playful times with Judy and my sister Jackie in Milner, Macon, Atlanta and Elon. While Judy was visiting with us in Elon she was in the early stages of measles and after washing our hair we poured vinegar over our heads as condition and shine. Oh my! Judy screamed and we had no idea what was wrong. We found out quickly that she had early stages of measles and Aunt Julia rushed to her side. All to fast this beautiful smiling, laughing girl has gone to rest. We shall miss her. My prayers are for you and her many friends in Georgia.
    Cousin, June

  2. Dearest John,
    Judy spoke so lovingly about you and how proud she was of you. Your mom had an ebullient personality and wonderful caring nature for others. Judy and I loved to engage in intellectual conversation especially on politics and world events.
    I will miss her and remember her always.

    Keturah

  3. My good friend Judy was always a listening ear and a shoulder to cry on whenever I needed that . . . totally dependable for fifty two years of friendship. It is hard to imagine life without this wonderful lady in our lives, but I’ll focus on her sweet spirit, her generosity, her sense of humor, and her love of life as I remember her fondly for the rest of my life. She was truly a role model for all.

  4. Aunt Judy was a beautiful, giving and loving woman. Although I hadn’t seen her in several years, we kept in touch through letters, cards and e-mails. Judy had a great sense of humor and was always ready to discuss current political subjects. She was a wonderful sister to my Mother. She will be greatly missed

  5. Judy’s passing leaves such a void. She was so outgoing, vibrant, and full of life. Having been her co worker,
    buddy, forever friend, I feel very priviledged to have known her as well as I did.
    My condolences to her son John, her pride and joy.

  6. Dear John,
    Your mom touched a lot of lives. She was the spark at so many Red Hat gatherings and a thoughtful, empathetic friend. She will be greatly missed

  7. I consider it a privilege to have known Judy as a library co-worker, close friend, and confidant over the past many years. We enjoyed so many lunches, movies, plays, visits, and chats. I could not have asked for a more caring and generous friend. I can’t believe she’s gone. She was a very special woman whom I will always remember with affection.

  8. I want to express my condolences to the family and friends of Judy. Please find comfort and hope in God’s word at John 5:28,29.

  9. It was a Blessing that we were able to visit Aunt Judy numerous times over the past 2 years.She was always willing to listen.We will all miss her.

  10. John, Your Mom was just the nicest lady. She so enjoyed your friendship with Will and was always so very kind and thoughtful. She took me to the sneak peek of Steele Magnolia’s snd I will be forever thankful for that! I am so very sorry for your loss. I have only fond memories. Love you, Teri

  11. John, I am so sorry and saddened by the loss of your mother. Her quick wit, sense of humor and love for the theatre will be missed! I will keep you in my prayers!

  12. Sorry to hear about this devastating loss I know it’s very difficult losing someone you Love so much acts 24:15 helps us to appreciate that soon there will be a ressurection and we will be reunited with our loved ones again my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

  13. John,
    I am so sorry to hear about your Mother. She was part of our Friday night movie group and we enjoyed dinner and movie time with her. She was a lot of fun and will be missed.

  14. Dear John,
    Your mom was a kind and generous person. She was a wonderful neighbor. Our times with her were special and enjoyable. She will be missed.

  15. John, I join many others in expressing much sadness for the loss of your Mother. Judy was a high school classmate, and always had a friendly smile and expression for everyone. Her sweet, kind, and thoughtful manner was something we all enjoyed and appreciated over the years of knowing her. I am so thankful she attended our 50th EAH Class Reunion in Oct. 2016, and I had the chance to reconnect with her. She will be missed by all who were fortunate enough to know and love her.

  16. I am so sorry to hear about Judy’s passing. We were very close friends at John B Gordon Elementry school. Visited her home in East Atlanta many times. She was a very dear friend that I had a lot of childhood memories with. She will always have a place in my heart of someone very special. ❤️🙏 Wanda

  17. I have known your mom through attending school at John B. Gordon and East Atlanta High school as well as a neighbor on Gresham Avenue growing up! She was an amazing person and always there for her friends! I’m so glad she and Kathryn attended our 50th reunion. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  18. We were shocked and saddened to hear of Judy’s passing. She was so good to my husband, Will, and accepted me with open arms when we were married. She will be greatly missed by the Potters.

  19. John, sorry for your loss. Your mom was a special lady! She was always so kind to Will. She will be missed. My prayers are with you!

  20. I’m so sorry for your loss, John. I haven’t had the pleasure of knowing Judy very long, but she has always made me feel welcome at the Red Hat luncheons, sharing a laugh or two and brightening the day. She will be missed! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  21. Dear John
    I attended East Atlanta High with Judy. She was always so smart, and I admired her intellect and her contributions to class discussions. I played basketball, and I remember also that Judy was one of our biggest fans and supporters. She went out of her way to make others feel good. She was a kind and goodly soul, and she will be missed.. I am presently out of town or I would be there to offer my condolences in person

  22. John, your Mom was part of our Friday movie and dinner night. She was so much fun and so vibrant and so easy to talk with. She will truly be missed. We pray for comfort and peace for you all the days of your life. Barbara and Ralph Jones

  23. John,
    I attended East Atlanta with your Mom. She was a kind hearted person and will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

  24. John, I am so sorry for your loss. I went to East Atlanta with Judy and we were in Girl Scouts together. I remember her as being very smart, kind, and friendly with everyone. She always had a smile on her face. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  25. John, I worked with your mom at the Five Forks Library for several years. She was a kind and giving person. I am so glad I ran into her a month ago at the Grayson library. I’m sorry for your loss.

  26. Dear John,
    You are the reason that Judy and I became friends over 10 years ago. You brought her into my life just by coincidence, but our friendship was no coincidence. It grew over the years and I knew I could always call Judy anytime and she would be there to give a listening ear, never judging and oh, so kind with always a smile. Judy was so smart; I loved having lunch with her to discuss what was going on in the world, get good advice on movies, and had some deep discussions on religion and politics. I felt we could talk about just anything. She was always such a joy and I will miss her terribly. I lift my prayers up to you and may God bring you comfort in the coming weeks.
    With heartfelt sympathy – Joan

  27. My Aunt Judy was a very kind and generous person. My son and I will miss her. She would never forget us on holidays and birthdays. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

  28. Judy was a very nice lady. I knew her when she was inthe Senior group at St. Oliver’s We quite often shared the same table with Judy at Jolly Ollies Senior luncheons. She was always so cheerful and friendly. I will miss her sweet face and happy smile.

  29. It has been so many years since we were together at Wesleyan. Your mother was a sweet soul and so loving. You are in my prayers

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