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“Richard, I was so sorry to read of Judys passing. I will sorely miss her. I will be praying for you and your family. ”
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“Judy was a wonderful person and will be missed. We met at Danville Baptist Church and always looked forward to talking with Judy. May the Lord...Read More »
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“You will be missed by all god rest your soul ”
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Judith (Talbot) Anderson, 85, of Hampstead, NH, passed peacefully in her home, surrounded by family, on November 11, 2021. The love of Judy's life was Richard Anderson, her husband of 62 years.

Born in Easton, MA, daughter of the late Bernard J. and Mary E. (Cruickshank) Talbot, Judy was raised in Easton and graduated from Oliver Ames High School where she was an avid basketball, softball, and field hockey player. Judy continued her education and graduated from Katharine Gibbs College in Boston.

Judy worked as a stenographer and a secretary prior to pursuing her real passion, raising her 3 children. Once her children were raised, she worked as a waitress for a time, but the work she enjoyed the most was doing fundraisers and volunteer work, including working for Caregivers, driving people to doctor's appointments.

Judy lived for God and her family. She was an amazing servant example of how God wants us to live.

She was very active in the lives of her family, known for always being there for all special occasions and events. She was happiest when she was surrounded by family. She loved playing cards, reading, games, and doing word puzzles and sudoku.

Judy was also very active in the church, serving on the Missionary Committee for many years as well as a Sunday School teacher and running a Good News Club for the local children.

After Richard's retirement, Richard and Judy moved to the Lakes Region in NH. Judy loved riding snowmobiles with her husband, riding to the tops of mountains and standing in awe of God's goodness of His creation as she looked down upon lakes and mountains as far as the eye could see.

They moved to their final home, which Richard built for her, to be near their daughter and grandchildren.

Judy's mottos were to do unto others as you would want done unto you and to empathize with others by walking a mile in their shoes. She lived them and taught her children how to love others and treat them well. One of the most important lessons she taught her children was what a loving marriage looked like.

She loved feeding and watching the birds that would come each year to settle in the birdhouses Richard built in their backyard, especially watching the bluebirds carrying pine needles to build their nest. Hearing the chirping of the newborn hatchings and watching the continuous flights as the parents brought food to the new babies brought Judy great joy. She would then wait expectantly for the day when one by one they would exit the nest and take their first flight.

Besides her loving husband, Judy was the mother of Derrick Anderson and Kim of Shrewsbury, MA; Julie Clark and Bob of Hampstead, NH; Scott Anderson and Donna of Nashua NH. "Grammie" to Branden and Ashley, Briana and Brandon, and Alex. Great Grandmother ("GiGi") to Morgan and Parker. Sister of Walter Talbot of Easton, David Talbot of Easton, Martha Rainey of Dedham. She was also the sister of the late Mary Christensen, Edward Talbot, and Arlene O'Neil.

Family and friends are invited to attend visiting hours on Monday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Kane Funeral Home, 605 Washington St (Rte. 138), Easton, MA.

The Funeral service will be on Tuesday at 10 a.m. at The Fellowship church, 604 Foundry St, South Easton, MA. Interment will follow at Furnace Village Cemetery, 90 South St, South Easton, MA.

Please join the Anderson family for a reception back at The Fellowship following the interment. We will enjoy food, drink, and prayer in honor of Judy's life and legacy until 2pm.