Judith  Grandy
Judith L. (Watson) Grandy, 80, of Sharpsville, passed away peacefully on Monday (Sept. 9, 2019) with her family at her side.
Judith was born on June 1, 1939, to George J. and Alda A. (Holcomb) Watson in Sharon.
She graduated valedictorian from Vernon High School in 1957 and cum laude from Mount Union University in 1961 with a bachelor's degree in business and education.
Judith worked 29 years as a teacher for Joseph Badger School District.
On June 10, 1961, she married her husband, Howard "Pete" Grandy, who survives at home.
She was a member of HIS Gospel Ministries in Hermitage, National Education Association, Ohio Education Association, Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, and the Sharpsville Historical Society, where she served as past treasurer.
Judith enjoyed music, playing the piano and organ. She was an avid reader who also enjoyed crafting.
Judith is survived by: her loving husband, Howard "Pete"; son, Michael Howard (Megan) Grandy of Sharpsville; granddaughters, Paige and Abigayle Grandy; brother, Alan J. Watson of Northfield, Ohio; and sister-in-law, Susan Watson of Vernon.
She was preceded in death by her: father, George J. Watson; mother, Alda A. Watson; brothers, Robert and David Watson; and sister-in-law, Zelmia Watson.
Memorial contributions may be sent to HIS Gospel Ministries 786 Karen Lane, Hermitage, PA 16148 or the Sharpsville Historical Society, 131 N. Mercer Ave., Sharpsville, PA 16150.

Judith L. (Watson), 80, of Sharpsville.
Calling hours: 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday (9-12-2019) at DONALDSON-MOHNEY FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATION SERVICE, 124 Main St., Sharpsville. Online condolences may be expressed at www.donaldsonmohney.com.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Friday (9-13-2019) in the funeral home.
Published on September 10, 2019


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