Judith K. Jackson, 73, of Weirton, WV passed away on Tuesday, December 1, 2020, at the Carriage Inn in Steubenville, OH. Judith was born on August 9, 1947, in Weirton, WV to Jess and Georgia Clark Jackson. A graduate of Weir High School, Judy was the office manager for Voto Sales in Steubenville before her stroke. She was an avid bowler, loved the Pittsburgh Steelers and the West Virginia Mountaineers. In her free time, she enjoyed painting, playing the slots and spending time with her cat, Spinx, that she adored. Judy nourished her faith at the Cove Presbyterian Church in Weirton. Most of all, Judy will be remembered for her free spirit, wonderful sense of humor. In addition to her parents, Jess and Georgia Jackson, she was preceded in death by her sisters, Dorothy Hillis Brancazio, Joyce Jackson Fraga, and her brothers' in-laws, Bill Billick and Manuel Fraga. Judy will be remembered with love by her sister, Bonnie Billick; her nieces and nephews, and her great-nieces and nephews. A celebration of Judy’s life will be held at 2 PM on Saturday April 17th at the Greco Hertnick Funeral Home 3219 Main Street Weirton. Share tributes and memories at www.grecohertnick.com 304 748-3219

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  1. My deepest sympathy for Judy’s family. Fond memories of Judy in the famous Weir High Band of the Sixty era!!!

  2. In the summer, Judy would come to our house almost every day, She was my friend, but my dad loved her. When we played football on the street, my dad would pick her first, and they always won. She, Jill Rowe and I would skip school and go down to the river. Later on when Ed became a Senator, she would always be at the 4th of July parades cheering for us. I didn’t see her that often, but she will always be considered a good friend of mine.

  3. Judy was a wonderful girl went she was at Weir Hi School. I met her at the Millsop Center I was a senior and she was in 10th grade, and she love to play ping pong with me and we would play for hours. She loved to dance and I was 2 years older than her she would always asked me to dance with her. I think I really loved her but the differs in age kept us apart. As I when to the Marine Corps after high school in October 1963. We lost touch with each other. May God Blest my Little Judy the ball Player. Your Friend always Harry Caldwell

  4. Aunt Judy was Aunt Judy! I loved when we got to hang out or when I would visit & clean her apartment. I miss her very much. Never ever did I think Aunt Judy would have a cat but her friend in her building had to move and could not take her cat so Aunt Judy took on the responsibility. She grew to love that cat more than anything. Please forgive me Aunt Judy & Family for not being there today to pay our respects. Love & Miss You Tim & Kim Billick

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