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Judie Bair (Kendell)

Judie Bair Kendell

13 Jul 1943 - 10 May 2018

Judie Bair Kendell, 74, of South Ogden, Utah passed away peacefully on the morning of May 10, 2018 at Rocky Mountain Care Center in Clearfield, Utah. She was born in Taft, California on July 13, 1943 to Leland Jones Bair and Madelyn Nelson Bair. She was raised in Ogden, UT, where she graduated from Ogden High School in 1961.

She married Colin E. Kendell on March 12, 1962. They were later divorced. Together they had three beautiful children, they were her greatest accomplishments, Debbie (Ted) Papageorge, Wendy (Brad) Arave, and Jeffrey (Jennifer) Kendell.

She was extremely proud of her seven grandchildren, Brody Kent (Rosalie) Arave, Lacey Ann Papageorge, Kylee Danielle Arave, Christopher Jeffrey Kendell, Alexis Christina Papageorge, Brayden Alan Kendell, and Landon Harry Papageorge.

Judie worked most of her career at St. Benedict’s Hospital in Ogden and Washington Terrace as a Pharmacy Technician. She also worked for Roosevelt Elementary School in Washington Terrace as a Title One Assistant and served as PTA President for many years. She made many friendships through the years which she cherished her entire life.

Surviving are her children, grandchildren, brother, Dr. Jan (Rae) Bair and their three children, Mark N. Bair MD, Warren (LeAnn) Bair, and Marie (Greg) Pavich; and many dear friends.

We would like to give special thanks to her Elevation Hospice Team who were by her side during her last few months, and gave unconditional love and care to our mother; especially Amy, Sonya, Morgan, Nina, Julianne, Miriam, and all of the nursing staff at Rocky Mountain Care.

Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 11 a.m. at Lindquist’s Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch, 1718 Combe Rd. Friends may visit with family on Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd.

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05/16/18 11:15 AM #1    

Judee Robb (Stanley)

I was glad to see her a few times in the last few years at our events. I lost track between Jr. High and High School. I know she will be missed. She was a special gal.  Judee Robb Stanley

05/17/18 11:12 AM #2    

Madeline Pappas (Coleman)

As many of you already know, Judie was one of my best friends Growing up on

Marilyn Drive with me.   She was a true friend, and never ever forgot me.    I did

​attend her viewing, and was happy to meet all her extended family.     When some one

close to you passes away, and you know their body is no longer suffering, you just

​say, Now this person is at peace, watching us, and above, all, she will be watching us 

​at every gathering of us classmates.

​The family had a special table set, with all her Ogden High Memories, so she never really

forgot any of us.

Madeline Pappas Coleman

​may 17, 2018


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