Judy Moore Waddell

Judy M. Waddell, 64, of Liberty, widow of Steven D. Waddell, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Tuesday, September 1, 2020.

Born in Greenville, she was a daughter of the late Morris & Marie Moore.

Mrs. Waddell is survived by her children, Angela Borei of Liberty, Tommy Waddell of Pelzer, and Nicky Waddell of Liberty; grandchildren, Ilana, Gabe, and Jacks Waddell; a brother, Butch Moore; sisters, Annette Tollison (James McClain), Jeanette Hartsell (Marty), Geraldine Hicks (Eric), Reba Dill, and Kristie Crosby (Bill); her nieces, Tia Vandyke, Ashly Crosby, and Alyssa Crosby; and her nephews, Curtis Livingston, Dustin Livingston, Jonathon Dill, Michael Moore, and Travis Hicks.

Mrs. Waddell will be available for viewing Friday, September 4, from 12:00 – 3:00 PM at Cannon Funeral Home.

A Memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 2:00 PM at Cedar Falls Baptist Church, 100 Cedar Falls Rd, Fountain Inn, SC 29644.

The family will be at the home of Geraldine Moore Hicks.

Condolences to the family of Judy Moore Waddell

  • Evelyn & Byrd
    4 years ago

    Tommy and Lisa and Family,
    Iam so sorry to hear of your loss.
    Losing a parent is not easy.
    Sending prayers to you and your family

  • Tim & Brittany Lollis
    4 years ago

    We love you so much Nay-Nay and we’ are so blessed that we got to be a part of your life. I know you are where you want to be and we can’t help but to be happy knowing that you are with the ones you have missed so much. We will miss working in the yard and garden, the late night porch talks and all the holiday dinners. Thank you for making us a part of this big ol’ family. We love you all.
    Tim, Brittany, Carson, & Vayda

  • Vickie Sims
    4 years ago

    To the family of my friend. My prayers are going up for all of you. I know she will be missed by alot of people. RIP my sweet friend my you fly high with the Angel’s. Thanks for being their for me all those years ago. Your family is like my own. Love ya Juju.

  • Kara Page
    4 years ago

    We love you Nay-Nay and will miss you so much! But so glad we have many many many memories with you! We will miss all your amazing food at the holidays and we will miss you at Treedines. Thank you for all the laughed! Thank you for taking us in to be part of your big family! We love you all, Kara and Anslee

  • Kim, Dale & Eli Mahaffey
    4 years ago

    I am so sorry for your loss. Although I know Judy will be greatly missed by her family here, just think of the heavenly reunion she is having with those whom have went before her.
    Let that be the peace and comfort you all seek.
    I love you Juju.

  • Retha King
    4 years ago

    I am so sorry for the family at this time of sorrow, Judy was a great friend to many and more of a sister to lots. She will always have special place in my heart, Dingy you are so precious to me also, I miss our times together. If you ever need me just reach out I’ll be here.

  • Judy had 100s of sisters, and 1000s of kids….every kid on her bus had a second mama!!! She never met an enemy, unless you messed with her family! She welcomed so many into her family that didn’t have their own. And she loved feeding people. When Judy made you food, you ate it whether you hungry or not, because you KNOW it’s going to be good!!!
    I knew her as the bus driver in school, but as an adult I was privileged because I got to KNOW her as my friend when we worked together. For a while, my daughter thought that she automatically got some ice cream everytime she walked through the doors of a restaurant because of Judy.
    Judy, we had a lot of good memories, just wish we could have made more. But you letting me know that you were proud of me…. that will get me through until I see you again!

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