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Judith A Moellman

October 14, 1942 — August 30, 2020

Beloved former Stover resident, Judith A. “Judy” Moellman, who was currently residing with her daughter and son-in-law in Centertown, passed away Sunday, August 30, 2020 at the Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City due to complications of Covid-19.

Judy came into this world on October 14, 1942, in Sylvan Hills, Arkansas, one of nine children born to William and Vera Mae McQuary Zimmerebner.  She grew up in the Little Rock area and was a graduate of North Little Rock High School.

On May 27, 1960, in Little Rock she married Elroy John "Moe" Moellman. Her beloved Moe preceded her in death January 23, 2005.

When Judy married Moe, she became the wife of a career Air Force man.   They traveled the world, side by side.  It was in the early years of their marriage that she received her degree in cosmetology, operating a beauty shop from the back of her home while caring for her young family.  In later years she worked for the US Government in the finance department at North Little Rock Air Force Base.

Following Moe’s retirement in 1987, they moved their family back to his hometown of Stover.  Judy had her C.N.A and was employed at Good Shepard Nursing Home, in Versailles, Missouri.  Later she was employed with G2M for many years and loved socializing with the community.  As her family and extended family continued to grow with new additions, she decided to become a caregiver, for her grandchildren and ‘acquired’ grandchildren, that were all loved by her; and was known as “Gma Judy”.  She cared for them in her home.  Later she obtained her med passing license and she was an administrator and care giver at Bristol Manor in Stover from which she retired early 2019.  She then resided with her daughter and family in Centertown.

She was an active and faithful member of the Stover United Methodist Church, teaching Sunday school to toddlers though upper elementary students for more than 25 years.  She volunteered with Vacation Bible School and was a staple at the annual church barbeque. She was very active with her faith, and provided inspirational messages to others in the community, and family when she so felt led.  She had great comfort in knowing where her final destination would be with Jesus Christ.

Judy loved her adopted hometown, she was known for her friendly smile, quick wit and her willingness to lend a hand to anyone in the community.  She looked forward to going to gospel music concerts with friends and was often found slapping her knee to the beat of the music.  When it came to priorities, her family was her number one concern; she loved spending time fishing with Moe, hanging out with her girls and spoiling her grandkids.  She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.  She adored time with her grandchildren and children fishing, putting puzzles together, playing dominos, Yahtzee and cards.  Additional hobbies were baking for friends and family.  She will be missed by all who knew her.

She is survived by three daughters, Patricia Ann "Patti" Garstka and extended family Gwen Woodrome of Humble, Texas, Sandra Kay Jensen of Stover and her family, Andrew Moesch, Chelsy Bullard and their daughter Kadince Moesch and Destinee Wilson, Richard Komoroski and their children Lucian and Zelena Komoroski and Susan Michelle Lipasek and husband Michael of Centertown and their children, Brandon Schnirch and S.O Amy Beebe, Carol Schnirch, Erica Schnirch, Zachary Schnirch, Izabell Doyle, Kyleigh Lipasek and Kellyn Lipasek; three siblings, Vera "Wilene" Smith and husband Larry of Alto, New Mexico, George Zimmerebner and Fiance’ Beverly Hill of Denim Springs, Louisiana and Mary Starbuck of Searcy, Arkansas;  along with several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

In addition to her husband Judy was preceded in death by her parents and five siblings, Vada Louise“Vicki” Stroshal, William “Bill” Earnest Zimmerebner, Jamie Ruth Gunter,  William Theodore “Ted” Burton, and Wanda Jean Redd.

Visitation will be from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Friday, September 4, 2020 at the Scrivner-Morrow Funeral Home in Stover.

Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, September 5, 2020 at the Stover United Methodist Church. Burial will be in the Stover Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Stover UMC.

Social distancing will be in effect and masks are optional.


Visitation Scrivner-Morrow Funeral Home-Stover Friday, September 04, 2020 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM 204 W. 3rd St.
Stover, Missouri 65078 Directions Funeral Service Stover United Methodist Church Saturday, September 05, 2020 11:00 AM 206 North Hickory Street
Stover, MO 65078 Directions
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