Judi was born in Seattle, Washington, to James Page and Eva Modra Nichols. She passed away in Madras, Oregon, of a massive stroke. Growing up, she lived in Edmonds, Washington, where she attended school. After graduating, she moved to Port Angeles. It was here she met and married Bill English. They had four children together. While living in Port Angeles, she worked at the Elks Club, Birney's and Haguewood's respectively. Judi's love of gardening was reflected in the pristine showplace of her yard and the tasty bounties from her garden. This was only surpassed by her love of spending summers with her grandchildren and making banana bread for her family and friends. She was a wonderful wife, mother, sister, grand- and great-grandmother, stepmother, mother-in-law and friend. Her loving kindness, generosity and fun-loving spirit will be missed by those fortunate enough to have known her. She is survived by her husband, Jim Bauman; sister Veronica (George) Bannon; her children Monte (Leslie) English, Jim English and Stephanie (Dale) Stamper; stepson Tucker (Jodie) Bauman; grandchildren Justin Stamper, Brandy Kelly, Ryan Stamper, Alexandria English Bean and Lacey Stamper; and many great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; ex-husband Bill English; brother Jim Page; sister Machele Fox; and her eldest daughter, Anita Rudder, who was married to John Rudder.
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