Passed on June 22nd, 1999 Judy, who earned an engineering degree became the first woman hired into our engineering dept. at PSA. She came aboard in 1966, served with distinction for 13 years before leaving in 1979 for other pursuits. These included an award winning equestrian drill team (Rose Parade), horse breeding, magazine articles, poems and books. Her most poignant poem, "The Lady and her Lamp" is now in the library of Congress. Books included "Tin Gods" and another now in pre-publication called "Hard Rain on the Sawtooth". Quick of wit, with a humor that ecompassed the world, a loving mother, grandmother (Known as Granby). She will be sorely missed by family and those of us who knew her.