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Judith Virginia Singleton Giles

June 21, 1935 — February 6, 2024

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Judy Giles gracefully returned to her Heavenly home on Tuesday February 6, 2024 at McKay Dee Hospital. All her loved ones were able to say their goodbyes and see her in her best light.  She left this earth to join her father, mother, sister and her beloved husband and many other family members and friends who preceded her in death and her dog Boone. 

Judy was one of the most caring and genuine women you ever met. She loved her Heavenly Father, Christ, her family and all those that came across her path. She was strong and independent and was constantly looking out for all those around her. She served and then served some more. If something needed to be done, she was on it, and there was rarely a time that a wonderful aroma was not wafting from her kitchen, and you never left her home without being well fed.

Born June 21, 1935, the first day of summer in Ogden, Utah to Ira Evan and Clara Marie “Murr” Greenwell Singleton, Judy was the middle child of 5 and loved by her oldest sister Barbara and 3 brothers Val, Phil & Rich that lovingly called her “Judy Bean”

Judy grew up on Adams Avenue and attended schools in the South Ogden area graduating from Weber High School in 1953.

Judy married her Sweetheart Robert Elmer Giles on September 20, 1956 in the Salt Lake Temple. Together they lived in Bountiful, South Ogden and built their forever home in Milton, Utah where they raised their 3 children Scott (Cheryl), Holly and Nate (Kristi)

Judy then earned the name “Grandma Judy” and was the Best Grandma ever to her 5 grandkids Kale (Hannah B), Hanna, Kole, Savannah and Landon that she dearly LOVED and they LOVED her! The kids and grandkids are so very grateful for the best memories Grandma Judy created for them over the years. Holidays, birthdays and other celebrations were spent on her amazing property where we all had room to roam, hike, relax and eat of her delicious food and goodies and enjoy the best visits. 

The nick names she had for each one of us will forever be in our hearts. 

Bob & Judy were delighted to travel near and far with family and friends over the years, though her greatest enjoyment came from just being at her beautiful home, cooking, gardening, sewing, playing the piano, riding her 4-wheeler, John Deere riding mower, watching a football game, trimming trees and bushes, adding to her burn pile, writing in her journal, studying the scriptures and chasing away the wild turkeys and other critters that were passing by to nibble on her garden or eat her trees. 

Judy was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the Stoddard Ward. 

In memory of EVERYONES Favorite lady and the BEST COOK EVER, go out to lunch with friends, or even better…bring them over to your home for a yummy sandwich in the kitchen, popsicles, ice cream or a slice of homemade pie, a good conversation and a laugh.  

Judy will be sorely missed, though a comfort to know that she is surrounded by loved ones and we will see her once more and that families are forever. 

Our Humble Judy’s request was to do nothing or next to nothing when she were to pass, so a graveside service it will be per her wishes.

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Graveside Services will be held on Monday February 12, 2024 at 12 o’clock at the Peterson Cemetery 

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Monday, February 12, 2024

12:00 - 1:00 pm (Mountain time)

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