Judith Ann Coxon

Judith Ann Coxon
August 11, 1952 – December 9, 2017
Peacefully, after a lengthy illness. It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Judith Ann Coxon on the 9th of December 2017 at the Thompson General Hospital at the age of 65 in Thompson, Manitoba.
Judy was born August 11, 1952 in Belleville, Ontario to parents William and Margaret Simpson. She met her husband Daniel Thomas Coxon in 1970, they married on December 4, 1971 and moved to Thompson in 1974. Judy worked for 35 years at Vale/Inco in the Refinery and Maintenance Department. Together they raised three wonderful daughters. Judy loved camping, fishing and spending time with her close friends.
Judy is survived by her three daughters: Jo-Anne Brewster (Mike), Jennifer Lafreniere (Randy) and Janet Coxon (Bob). Her Brothers: Jim Simpson (Donna Selig), Roger Simpson (Diane) and David Simpson (Donna). Her sister: Margaret King (Larry). Six grandchildren: Daniel and Cameron George, Alexis and Mercedes Lafreniere, Angelica Saunders and Ethan Storey. Also several nieces and nephews and her close friends Wendy Lucas (Jack) and Cheryl Wakeman.
Judy is Predeceased by her husband, Daniel Thomas Coxon and her parents, William and Margaret Simpson.
A celebration of life will be held in the summer of 2018.
A special thanks to Judy’s long time nurse Wanda-Lee Eveleigh, her home-care Nurse Kerie Gallagher and to all the staff, nurses and health care workers of the Thompson General Hospital.
Donations can be made to: Canadian Celiac Association, Manitoba Chapter 204-825 Sherbrooke Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 1M5
 
Missing You
Mom,
I still see your face before me
Your voice I long to hear..
I miss and love you dearly,
God knows, I wish, you were here.
Tears fall freely from my eyes,
Like a river, filled with grief.
My only comfort now, is that,
From pain, you’ve found relief.
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