Judith A. Varga

Judith A. Varga, 77, of West, passed away Saturday, April 21, 2018 at her residence.

Mass of Christian Burial: 9AM Saturday, April 28th at St. Louis Catholic Church with Rev. John Guzaldo as celebrant.

Inurnment: Oakwood Cemetery Columbarium.

Rosary will be recited at 6PM Friday, April 27th with visitation to follow until 8PM at Lake Shore Funeral Home, 5201 Steinbeck Bend in Waco.

Judith was born May 27, 1940 in Rochester, NY to John andStella Baranowski. She and her family moved to Waco in 1982. She was employed by Bardcor in Waco for 20 years and held the position of Sales Manager until her retirement in 2002.

She was preceded in death by her parents; and grandson, Joseph Riddle.

Survivors include her sons, David J. Varga, Michael T. Varga and wife Jennifer A. Varga; daughter in love, Elizabeth R. Langford; grandchildren, Donnie Riddle, Angela Riddle, David I. Varga, Seth Varga, Noah Varga; great grandson, Joseph Varga; sister, Joan Coleman; nieces and nephews, Lori Thornton, Kathy Weinberger, Debbie Jones, Colleen Roberts, Kenny Coleman, and Ronald Coleman; and her beloved pets, Lacey and Marietta.

Memorial donations may be made to Fuzzy Friends Rescue.


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  1. Dear Family of Judith Varga,
    Please know the Bluebonnet Hospice Family is thinking of you and yours at this time and keeping you in our prayers.
    May God bless and keep you,
    The Owners and Staff of Bluebonnet Health Services (Hospice)

  2. Grandma….I will always remember you as a person ahead of her time. You were a pioneer in the sense that you were a woman doing it all on her own before that became the norm in societies standards. You are forever in my heart. Although you lived a full life I feel like you still had more life to live. I will never forget you and hope you know how much it meant to me to be able to call you my grandma. I know you may be in a better place and free of the pain that comes with life, but that doesn’t mean you still aren’t needed or missed here on earth. For the rest of my life, I will never forget the woman who introduced me to Engelbert Humperdinck. I love you.
    Angela Riddle

  3. Judy you always made me feel so welcome in your home and your heart and you will always be remembered to me as Aunt Judy. I’m so glad to have gotten to spend some time with you before your surgery. You my dear were a special part of my life and will never be forgotten. My prayers to your family and the Coleman family as you are laid to rest. My sincerest condolences.

  4. Alisha Rorie Moore

    Please accept my condolences the all the family. Aunt
    Judy was such a sweet lady. I really enjoyed sitting and talking to her at Aunt Kathy house. She will be missed by many.
    Alisha Rorie (Weinberger)

  5. Aunt Judy, how will we go on without you? Family gatherings will just not be the same. You brought a spark to the room. Your energy, your wit, your humor, your bossiness. I loved and admired all of these traits, along with your sweet and generous heart. You were one of a kind. My heart is hurting. It is so hard to believe you’re gone. I will miss you dearly. Love, Lori

  6. Judy was a strong, confident, hardworking women with a warm heart. The Veselkas were so blessed to have her as part of our family. She will be missed.

  7. Varga Family,
    My heartfelt sympathy goes to you all at this sad time. I am so grateful that I got to know this wonderful amazing strong woman and call her family. Her kindness, love and strength was admired by many. Farewell Judy and till we meet again… Cheers!

  8. Aunt Judy, I will miss you so much .You were such an inspiration to me . You lived life on you’re own terms with so much joy, and without barriers or fear . There was nobody like you! I still cannot believe you are gone. You will always be in my heart and I will miss you dearly. Love , Colleen

  9. Debbie & Ronnie Jones

    Dear David, Young David (as Aunt Judy referred to you), and Michael, it’s so hard to accept that your mom, our aunt has passed on. She was a big part of our lives, and whenever we had a get together, she was there and always brought her famous and the best macaroni salad ever! None of us can still make it like her….she was great, loved to visit and always asking how others are doing in the family. . She loved you guys and your families very much and very proud of yall, and loved her her animals. Aunt Judy, we love you very much and thank you for all the great memories. We know you are in a beautiful place that we can only imagine, you loved and believed in Angels and now you have your wings, you are at peace beautiful lady!

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