George and Family.
We were so sorry to hear of Judy’s passing. Please accept our condolences.
Gail and Harold
We send you our warmest condolences.
We are happy we had a chance to meet Judy a couple of times and have fond memories of her.
From the Bradner family
My condolences to the entire Henderson Family along with a huge heartfelt hug to all you.
Despite all the craziness of our teenage days passing through the Henderson Household; Mrs. Henderson always made us feel welcomed with her kind smile and gestures - What a great cook, too!!!
A Toast to another Angel making her way home.
Our sincere sympathy to George and his family on their loss. We never had the pleasure of meeting Judith but, judging from her obituary, she was a wonderful person who put family and community first. Bill and Johanne Graham
Sincere condolences to George, Douglas, Michel, families and friends.
Happy memories and the love of family and friends will comfort you and bring some smiles and laughter at this difficult time.
Rest in peace Judy.
A donation to the Jewish General Hospital Foundation has been made in loving memory of Judy
Good memories of a good neighbour. Swamp squatters, rogue snowmobiles, wild boar invasion, runaway dogs, Judy handled all neighbourly issues with a dry, good humour, grace and good sense. Peace.
A donation has been made to the Jewish General Hospital Foundation in loving memory of Judith.
Sincere sympathy to all of the Henderson family. Judy will certainly be missed by everyone in our community, She was one the most dedicated volunteers at the International Plowing Match . I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to have worked with her. She and George were a wonderful example to all of us approaching each task with enthusiasm and s smile. A wonderful lady.
We were saddened to hear this shocking news. It has been such a joy in our lives to know Judy. We will remember her kind devotion and was for me a guiding light during the preparation of the IPM 2011. To you George and your family, we are offering our deepest condolences.
Just learned of Judy's passing. Sending our deepest sympathies to George, family, and Peter & Alice and everyone who knew her, please know you're in our thoughts and prayers. Judy was such a trooper and showed her strength and kindness in everything she did.
Anne & Mike
I am so sorry to hear of Judith's passing. Her ability to transform a canvas into a beautiful and inspired image was a reflection of her inner spirit. My condolences to George and family.
The tug of war rope donated was still in use each fall up until my retirement in 2006. The memory of Michael and the incredible save he made to preserve a P.C.P.S. soccer victory remains clear in my mind. The memory of a friendly smile from Mrs. Henderson on our occasional meetings in the halls of P.CPS remains. May your memories of a loving wife and mother also remain as you recall happy times from days gone by. To family and friends my condolences. Sid MacCallum.
To Mr Henderson and family, our most sincere condolences. It was a privilege to have worked with Judy and getting to know her through projects at the House. May all the good times you had bring you peace and courage.
Please accept our deepest condolences to George and family. We will fondly remember Judy’s warm and welcoming nature. May your memories give you peace and comfort.
Deepest Sympathy to George and the whole family.
Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
So sorry to hear of the passing of Judy, she was such a kind lady. My condolences to the family.
Our sincere condolences to George and the whole family - Judy was a beautiful, gentle lady who will be greatly missed.
To George, Michael, Douglas and the other Henderson families: Please accept my most heartfelt condolences in Judy's passing. She was such a warm person and will certainly be missed by all her knew her. I am indeed sorry for your loss.
My heartfelt condolences to George and the family. I met Judy through Girl Guides and we spent many evenings planning meetings, attending trainings and camping with the girls. Judy always gave 100% to all of her endeavours. A truly wonderful person. May you RIP. Lana and Doug Barnes.
Our deepest sympathy to George and Douglas and the hole family.
My deepest condolences to Douglas and Mr Henderson.
My sincere sympathies to the family
George and family - our profound condolences to you and your family. Judy was such a lively person and always had a wonderful smile when we would meet her. Her participation in local groups was intense and sincere. Sympathy to you - Ray & Helen MacLeod
My deepest condolences to George, Douglas & family. It was always a pleasure to visit with Judy when we would meet. May she rest in peace.
Our deepest sympathy to the entire familys.
Our thoughts are with you all.
Jean, Grant and Kim Arthurs
My deepest sympathy George and family. My girls Kim and Kylie both went camping
with Judy and Susan when they were in Bownies. God Bless
Marlyn Mullin Charbonneau
A Tree of Remembrance was planted in the McAlpine Forever Forest by Mark and Lisa Henderson and the staff of Hillcrest Funeral Home.
My deepest sympathy George, Michael and Douglas. When l met Judy in Girl Guides in1989 she had just gone into remission. It was just the start of many battles, she was a fighter. May she find peace
I am fortunate to have gotten to know Judy and George through their generous support of the Hawkesbury and District General Hospital Foundation. I always enjoyed my chats with Judy and was struck by her strength and resilience in dealing with cancer over so many years. She was a special lady and I am very sorry to hear of her passing. Sending my deepest condolences and warm thoughts to George, her sons and all the people who loved her.
from my August 27 post, Facebook Jana Chenier
From the moment I met her, Judith Henderson was living with cancer. Although ours was a casual friendship, Judy was always honest and never self-pitying when we discussed the impact cancer was having on her life. I never walked away from one of our conversations without understanding some of her journey.
Moments with Judy taught me that cancer may not be defeated, but cancer is never a death sentence. Facing up to a cancer diagnosis can mean life will not be easy, but life will continue, until it doesn’t. in the meantime, get on with it. I learned from Judy that whatever the obstacles in life, whatever the chances of overcoming those obstacles, get up and show up. I knew that, but Judy showed the way.
Sincere condolences to The Henderson family.
Allan and Jana Chenier