Judy Diane Falconer


It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Judy Falconer

After a short battle with cancer, Judy passed away peacefully at the age of 65. She is survived by her daughter Nicole (Scott), son Taylor, brother John, and sister Jill (Pat). She leaves behind many loving family members, as well as a plethora of amazing friends and neighbours. Judy was predeceased by her parents Frank & Betty Falconer, her sister Susan, cousin Marilyn, and constant companion~ her dog Stormin’ Norman.

“…on earth as it is in heaven” ~ Judy is now tending to God’s Garden and is ensuring that the perennials up there are in ‘just the right spot’.
In the absence of a memorial or gathering, please raise a glass of red and toast to the amazing woman that she was.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her honour to Habitat for Humanity, a charity that she volunteered for and travelled with on builds, or to CKUA, her favourite radio station that always helped keep a song in her heart. The family is also collecting funds to go towards a commemorative City of Edmonton bench in her honour.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

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18 Condolences

Lois Spencer

To Nicole, Taylor, John & Jill, I send my sincere condolences. I remember Judy with fondness as a teenager and very beautiful soul. I contacted her only once in her adulthood to find out where my old best friend was living, Jill. She grew into a beautiful, community-minded human, obviously. Bless her heart and soul.

Randy Frey

You were an amazing person Judy and you remained in my heart for over 40 years.

Rest in Peace!

Johanna Andreoff

So sorry Nicole and Taylor to hear about Judy. She was a strong and independent
soul. Since I met her as my new neighbor
I always admired her youthful beauty.

Deborah Ann Scott

Nicole and Taylor, I am heartbroken over the loss of your mom and my dear friend! She and I met 50 years ago at the Greyhound Bus depot in Edmonton on route to CGIT camp on Pigeon Lake. From the moment we met, we knew we would be friends for life and we were.

She was my go to girl! I will miss her terribly.


Jo-Anne Fischer Cassidy

We met Judy a few years ago through her neighbours, Tonia and Tim, and always enjoyed sharing a glass of wine, gardening talk, and stories with her around the campfire. We found her to be a beautiful, gentle soul and are so sorry she is gone much too soon. Sincere condolences to all who loved her.
Jo-Anne and Paul Cassidy

Barb and Len Kucey and family

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with Nicole, Taylor and all of the family and friends that held her dear. She will be missed at our next family gathering but never forgotten.

Doris And Jim Anderson

So sorry for the loss of your mom Nicole and Taylor and the loss of your sister Jill and John.

Susan, Jill, Judy, Marilyn, Bonn and I, Doris, had lots of fun girl times during our summers in Athabasca, Edmonton and Edson during our childhoods. Unfortunately many of us lost touch in our adult years.

Rest in peace dear cousin,

Doris and Jim Anderson,
Oliver, B.C.

Janet Kremer-Kerr, Athabasca

Nicole, Taylor, John, and Jill, words cannot express my heartfelt sorrow for your loss of Judy. Red headed, vivacious, quirky sense of humour, lover of gardens, pets, and a fierce defender of ‘the right thing to do’. One of the good people of our planet. Miss you my dear scrabble opponent!

Maureen Tidridge

Our sincere sympathy to all of Judy’s family members as you mourn her passing. Praying for peace and comfort at this sad time.

Bernice L'Hirondelle

Nicole and Taylor, my deepest sympathy for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I was lucky enough to have Judy for a friend for 30 years and was hoping for many more. Your loss is immeasurable. Rest in peace my dear friend.

Bob Badry

With heavy hearts we bid you farewell. RIP sweet Jud. Our thoughts are with Nicole and Taylor.
Olive cousin Bob and Marsha

Joseph, Brenda and Serena Caruk

We were greatly saddened to learn of our friend Judy’s passing. Her wonderful spirit spirit will be missed by many. Our thought and prayers go out to Nicole, Taylor and the rest of the family.

Cathy Chalmers(across the lane and north 2 houses))

My sincere condolences to all of Judy’s family. She was the kind of neighbour we all should be so lucky to have. Her neighbours on 65 & 66 St in the Highlands neighborhood will miss her dearly. I know will miss our chinwags over the fence or over a beer . Rest in peace my friend in the eternal garden.

Cindy Morris

Nicole and Taylor,
I am so very sorry for your loss. Judy was a wonderful person and I have many fond memories of her. She passed much too young. Take care during this very difficult time. You are in my thoughts.

Marek Lupicki - former Admnistrator of Hardisty Care Centre

Dear Nicole , Taylor and the Family ;
A few days ago I learned about Judy passing. Obviously I was shocked like many of us who were working with Judy at Hardisty Care Centre . Here are my deepest sympathies to you and your family . My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief . Take care .

Bonney Gaalaas

She will be in my heart for all time…
Sending all my love to Nicole and Taylor..

Dianne Sloniowski

My deepest sympathies to Judy’s entire family. Judy & I were connected in many ways; she will always hold a very special place in my heart.
Rest In Peace beautiful lady!

Lois Garton

Nicole, Taylor, Jill, John and families, I send my deepest sympathies on the loss of Judy. She was indeed a special soul! A close school friend we reconnected afew years ago. So many great memories of her impish smile over the years! Such a massive loss for everyone.