In memory of
Judy Kamm
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In memory of
Judy Kamm
Judy Kamm Palm Springs - May 30 1944 - November 15 2018 Judith Ann Lesser Kamm died at the age of 74 in Palm Springs, CA. The daughter of Rabbi Charles B. Lesser, Judy is survived by her husband, Stephen Moses, her former husband, Kurt Kamm, and her half-brother, Jonathan Brown. Judy grew up in Denver, where she graduated from the University of Colorado. She moved to New York and graduated with a Master's Degree from Columbia Teachers College. For several years she taught junior high school English during the day. At night she was transformed and was a regular at Studio 54. When she moved to Los Angeles, she became an avid tennis player and a grand master at bridge. She had a renowned rose garden in Bel Air and used the flowers to decorate weddings and bar mitzvahs. She moved to Palm Springs in 2012 with her husband, Stephen, where they enjoyed playing golf together. Judy was vivacious, wonderfully crazy, warm, and giving. She was an intelligent, fun-loving person who enjoyed life and travelled over most of the world. She was passionate about protecting and caring for animals. Judy, we all love you. You are in our hearts and we will never forget you! Celebrations of Judy's life will be held in Palm Springs and Los Angeles. For more information, contact Stephen Moses (stephen@stephenmoses.com) or Kurt Kamm (kurt@kkamm.com).
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In memory of
Judy Kamm
Judy Kamm Palm Springs - May 30 1944 - November 15 2018 Judith Ann Lesser Kamm died at the age of 74 in Palm Springs, CA. The daughter of Rabbi Charles B. Lesser, Judy is survived by her husband, Stephen Moses, her former husband, Kurt Kamm, and her half-brother, Jonathan Brown. Judy grew up in Denver, where she graduated from the University of Colorado. She moved to New York and graduated with a Master's Degree from Columbia Teachers College. For several years she taught junior high school English during the day. At night she was transformed and was a regular at Studio 54. When she moved to Los Angeles, she became an avid tennis player and a grand master at bridge. She had a renowned rose garden in Bel Air and used the flowers to decorate weddings and bar mitzvahs. She moved to Palm Springs in 2012 with her husband, Stephen, where they enjoyed playing golf together. Judy was vivacious, wonderfully crazy, warm, and giving. She was an intelligent, fun-loving person who enjoyed life and travelled over most of the world. She was passionate about protecting and caring for animals. Judy, we all love you. You are in our hearts and we will never forget you! Celebrations of Judy's life will be held in Palm Springs and Los Angeles. For more information, contact Stephen Moses (stephen@stephenmoses.com) or Kurt Kamm (kurt@kkamm.com).
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