Judith Hunley Obituary, Death- Judith Helen Hunley, 82, of Salem, Alabama, died away quietly at her son’s home in Gulf Shores, Alabama, on the morning of October 30, 2023. She was beloved by her family and friends and respected by her neighbors and coworkers. Her funeral will be conducted at Vance Brooks Funeral Home in Phenix City on Tuesday, November 7, 2023, at 12:00 PM EST, with Dr. David Kees officiating. She will be laid to rest at Fort Mitchell National Cemetery after the service.
On Monday, November 6, 2023, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. EST, friends and relatives are welcome to pay their condolences at the funeral home in Phenix City. Judith was born on November 26, 1940, to the late Johnny Thomas Ferrell and Dorothy Helen Madden Ferrell in Columbus, Georgia. She had a long and successful career with Atmos Energy Gas Company, where she was known for her dedication to the company.
Even in her golden years, she never stopped being an active member of the Smiths Station Baptist Church and a contributor to the greater community. Judith was an active member of the Smiths Station Baptist Church and a committed Christian. Earl Sullivan and his wife Sandy of Gulf Shores, Alabama, and Dorothy Stanfield and her husband Audie of Smiths Station, Alabama, are Judith’s surviving children.
Judith is also survived by her husband, Larry H. Hunley, of Salem, Alabama. She cherished Linda Smith of Smiths Station, Alabama, close to her heart as a daughter and niece. Ginger Harden of Graham, Texas; Larry Ferrell and wife Bonnie of Smiths Station, Alabama; Chuck Ferrell and wife Faith of Auburn, Alabama; and Bobby Gunter and wife Faith of Salem, Alabama are among her surviving family members.
Her 23 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, extended family, church family, and countless friends carry on her legacy. The family suggests that, in lieu of flowers, people make donations in Judith’s honour to a charity of their choice. Your love and aid will be a fitting tribute to her selfless character. Judith Hunley’s legacy of compassion and selflessness will live on in the hearts of all who knew and loved her.