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Judith M. White – The frontman of Gloversville Herald

Mayfield – On May 29, 1951, an angel appeared among us. On December 30, 2021, she was called home. Judith died peacefully at home with her husband Paul by her side from complications of dementia.
Born in Gloversville, NY, she was the daughter of the late John and Sally (Vaughan) Rauer.
Judy was employed at Nathan Littauer Hospital for over thirty years as an operating room technician, a job she loved.
From October 1991, she and her husband Paul spent thirty wonderful years together. They enjoyed, flying (she goes fully aerobatic in an open cockpit biplane), kayaking, golfing, hiking, snowshoeing, antiquing, motorcycling, canoeing, four-wheeling, dining with wonderful friends, remodeling an old farmhouse, and having a full house. for holidays, birthdays, NASCAR races and any other excuse.
In addition to her parents, Judy is predeceased by many members of her extended family.
She is survived by her husband Paul White; his daughter, Lisa (wealthy) Dingman; his sisters, Miki (Walt) Krueger and Sherri (Robert) Cooper; his grandchildren, Richard (Kristina) Dingman, Kayla Dingman and Michael Dingman; his great-grandchildren, Lilyanna and Charlotte Jean; her dearest friend, Debbie and others too numerous to mention.
Over the past four years, her amazing dedicated caregivers have made her life so much easier and more comfortable. A sincere thank you to Lisa, Kayla, Cindy. Anna, Dottie and Dee.
At Judy’s request, there will be no services. Her cremation has been entrusted to Walrath and Stewart Funeral Home, 51 Fremont St. Gloversville, NY 12078. Memorial donations in Judy’s name may be made to Mountain Valley Hospice: 108 Steele Ave., Gloversville, NY 12078.
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“They are not dead those who live in the hearts they leave behind”