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Submitted by: Ann Weber

Judy Lynn Walkingstick

Judy Lynn Walkingstick
July 8, 1958 ~ February 21, 2018

Judy Lynn Walkingstick, 59, passed away at her home in Afton, Oklahoma on February 21, 2018.

Judy was born in Bartlesville, Oklahoma on July 8, 1958. She spent much of her life in Bartlesville, beginning her career in catering at Marriott Hotel – Phillips. She went on to settle down in Afton, Oklahoma, where she enjoyed fishing, cooking, and spending time with her family. She was a beloved wife, mother, and grandmother.

Judy was preceded in death by her sister, Gail Weirather. 

She is survived by her husband, Jerry Walkingstick; her three sons, Joe Vaughan, James Walkingstick, and Jesse Walkingstick; her sisters Laura Thornbrough and Diann Diamond; and her granddaughter Jocelynn Vaughan. 

Her memorial will be held at Stumpff Funeral Home Chapel in Bartlesville on Saturday, March 3 at 2pm.  

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