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Judy Ann Trujillo
January 26, 1937 ~ November 4, 2023 (age 86) 86 Years Old
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On January 26, 1937 the world was made a brighter place when Judith Ann Scott (Trujillo) was born in St. Louis, Missouri. She grew up in Kirkwood, a suburb of St. Louis, attended Kirkwood High School and graduated from Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in social work. It was at Washington University that Judy met her future husband, Edward Trujillo.After their marriage, Judy and Ed moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico; in 1967 the Trujillo family relocated to their new home in Lakewood, Colorado.
It is with deep sorrow that we mourn Judy’s passing on Saturday, November 4, 2023, in Denver, Colorado. She was surrounded by her two sons and four grandchildren. Judy was 86 years old, and succumbed to a battle with pneumonia.
During Judy’s teenage years, She was an outstanding amateur golfer and she competed in tournaments throughout the Midwest. She was also a gifted fine artist. Many of her artistic creations reflect her passion for nature and the majesty of Colorado landscapes. It was her empathy for the less fortunate that propelled her into social work, and to teach English as a second language to Hispanic, Vietnamese, and Asian immigrants. Judy’s welcoming style quickly earned the love and respect of her students.
But more importantly, Judy always had a deep love for her family and friends. She was well loved for her kindness and generosity of spirit by everyone who knew her.
Judy Trujillo is survived by her two sons: Ted (Edward) (Suzie), and Miguel(Nadia Buttick), four grandchildren, Merisa Trujillo, Jakob Trujillo, Aviella Trujillo, Andres Trujillo. She is also survived by her younger brother, Stewart Scott (Jean) of St. Paul, Minnesota.
Judy’s husband, Edward Trujillo,passed away in 2015.