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Judith "Judy" Mae Albricht

Judith "Judy" Mae Albricht

April 29, 2019

Judith “Judy” Mae Albricht (Anderson) died peacefully in her home amongst family on April 29, 2019, in Colfax, WI at the age of 63.

Judy is survived by her husband, Randy Harold Albricht; son, Justin (Nicole) Albricht, Jakob and Tyler; son, Jody (Jeanie) Albricht, Hailey, Katie, Connor, and Addie; daughter, Karyn (Matthew) Ryba, Elijah, Spencer and Jada. Siblings, Gary (Mavis) Anderson, Connie (Paul) Dicks, Rita Anderson, Brian (Annette) Anderson and David (Mary) Anderson. She is preceded in death by her parents, Alton Anderson and Arlene Koeneman (Anderson, Weaver) and her brother, Douglas Alton Anderson.

Judy was born on October 31, 1955 at Luther Hospital in Eau Claire, WI to Alton and Arlene Anderson. As a child, she helped on the family farm, attended church regularly and spent time playing sports with family and friends as much as she could. She often spoke of how much she loved going to her grandparents. Judy graduated from Colfax High School in 1973 and went to the School of Cosmetology in Eau Claire. In 1974, Judy married Randy Albricht. They lived in Colfax on the family farm, where Randy farmed, Judy worked as a CNA at the area nursing home, and they raised their three children, Justin, Jody, and Karyn. Judy would offer her support to school activities, church, 4-H and FFA while the kids were in school. In 1987, she went back to school at CVTC in Eau Claire for a degree in Health Information Technology and worked in the field for a few years. In 1989, Judy attended UW Green Bay for her Master of Municipal Clerk. Judy found her final and most rewarding career as the Clerk Treasurer for the Town of Tainter, where she had worked for the past 25 years.

Judy was accomplished at everything she did. You would often find her with Randy, their children, and grandchildren, spending time together enjoying life. If there was down time between family and church, you would find her quilting. Judy was a generous and dedicated individual who loved her church, Tainter United Methodist, where she had been a member since 1974.

Judy will be missed both in her community and by her family and friends.

Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, May 2, 2019 at Tainter United Methodist Church, N7584 690th Street in Colfax, WI, with Pastor Craig Conklin officiating. A reception will follow the service. Visitation will be held from 9 a.m. until the time of service at church. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Judy’s Life.

Chippewa Valley Cremation Services—Celebration of Life Center in Altoona is serving the family.

Visitation

9 a.m. until time of service at church

Service

11 a.m. on Thursday, May 2, 2019, at Tainter United Methodist Church, N7584 690th Street in Colfax, WI

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Condolences

  • Patricia Engebretson Sending my deepest sympathy to Judy's family. I am sorry for the loss of a wonderful, talented person. I will always remember her smile and laugh. Judy will be missed by many forever.

    May 2 at 5:53pm

  • Beth Young I would like to send my sincere sympathies to the family of Judy Anderson Albricht. Although I was 3 years younger than Judy, I remember the school bus days going to PlainView grade School in the country.We would have to pile on three to a seat;and so it was often that I would be near 'friendly' Judy. I also would often visit the Anderson farmstead with my dad,Kenneth. Us kids would find something to play with while the fathers' chatted. David and I would go bike together -to take piano lessons in the summer which was past the town of Sand Creek. Five miles for sure with horse flies following us all the way. We got our exercise doing that. Our family had close knit ties with this neighborly family just 2 miles down the road on Highway 64. Rita,(Judy's sister) was our softball coach and we would often hear the loud cheers from family when we played.Rita was also the fastest under pitch gal on any team we played. Many strike outs helped us win the games These were and are my the memories of the kind and neighborly Anderson family. Judy shall be missed as her sweet spirit did fill the air when ever I was in her presence. May the God of all comfort, now comfort you as your grieve the loss of someone so dear. Beth (Sundby)Young

    April 30 at 10:25pm

  • Sheila Rose We are truly saddened to hear about Judy. She was such a beautiful person. I have a lot of fond memories, being a classmate and friend of both Judy and Randy. Our heartfelt sympathy to all of the family. Willie and Sheila Rose

    April 30 at 11:39am

  • Joyce Gilberts-Barten Judy was an inspiration; I admired her strength of character, faith, and love of family. Our hearts are saddened by your loss, and know your family is in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. With sincere sympathy, Bill & Joyce

    April 30 at 6:37AM

  • Karen Aasen Vobornik So sorry to hear of Judy's passing. I have not seen Judy in years but remember her for her wonderful smile. She will be missed.
    Karen and Jim Vobornik

    April 29 at 9:26PM

  • Beverly Spagnoletti This is so sad! I worked on the polling group at Tainter Township for 12 years, and marveled at Judy's knowledge and organizational skills regarding elections. She was a pleasant and pleasure to work for!!

    April 29 at 7:46PM

  • Trena I am so sorry to hear about your loss.

    April 29 at 7:34PM

  • Dave and Marcia Curry We pray god be with you all in such a time of need.

    April 29 at 7:07PM

  • Kim Logslett Randy and families you’re all in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time. ❤️

    Kim & Dean Logslett

    April 29 at 5:54PM

  • Chuck and Rosemary Stoffel Our sympathy to all of the family!

    April 29 at 2:10PM

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