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On Wednesday, Judith K. Rondeau (nee Falk), 78, passed away suddenly while recovering from a car accident. A lifelong Racine resident, Judy graduated from Washington Park High School in 1956. She then attended UW-Milwaukee where she met her husband Michael.
Judy loved the Packers, reading, classical music, writing poetry, and crossword puzzles, but her favorite hobby was painting pictures. She was preceded in death by her parents Harold A.C. Falk and Marjorie Corlew Falk, her husband Michael W. Rondeau, her sister Joanne Falk-Tulloch, her brother-in-law Tom Tulloch, her son M. Robert (Bob) Rondeau and her son-in-law Michael J. O’Hare Sr. Judy is survived by her daughters Vicki Rondeau O’Hare, Renee Rondeau, and Nancy (Mark) Rondeau Yaron; by her son Richard (Michelle) Rondeau; by her daughter-in-law Roberta Rondeau; and by her 11 grandchildren: Katie (Josh) O’Hare Hughes, Jackie (Jessie) O’Hare Ruby, Michael J. O’Hare Jr., Patrick O’Hare, Selina (Jon) Griggs, AnnaClaire (Randy) Leiker, Michael R. Rondeau, Madisyn Yaron, Paityn Yaron, Nate Rondeau and Curt Rondeau; and 12 beloved great grandchildren.
There will be a memorial service on Monday at 10 a.m. at Living Light Community Center, followed by a lunch at the church. On Saturday, September 16th at 2 p.m., there will be a service for Judy at the Caledonia Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Cremation through Maresh-Meredith & Acklam Funeral Home. Cards or flowers may be sent to Living Light Community Center.