Judy Dromgoole was born on August 3, 1946, in Milford, Delaware. She transitioned to eternity with her Lord on September 17, 2018, at her home in Garland, Texas, at age 72.
Judy attended Jason High School in Dover, Delaware. She relocated to California and began her career in healthcare. She matriculated through various positions in medical billing to management. Judy retired in corporate compliance.
Judy relocated to Texas and married Glenn Dromgoole on June 30, 1995. The two enjoyed traveling abroad. They remained united until her transition.
Affectionately regarded as "Granny" by her grandchildren, Judy enjoyed in re-creating recipes, shopping, spending time with her grandchildren, and fellowship with her fellow church members. She was a member of Mt. Hebron Baptist Church where she served in various ministries, including the Spirit of Caleb Choir and Shepherd's Group Bible Class. She was also an event coordinator and found great delight in working with the seniors. Above all, she truly delighted in studying God's word as a participant in Bible Study Fellowship.
Jubilant, kind, humorous, sympathetic, and spiritual, Judy will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her.
She was predeceased by her mother, Naomi Campbell; daughter, Cornethia Collins-Anderson; and siblings: Gaye Campbell, Gale Campbell, Doris Campbell, Valerie Campbell, and Mark Campbell. Those left to cherish precious memories include her husband, Glenn Dromgoole; daughter, Patricia R. Griffith and her husband, William H. Griffith; daughter, Cheryl D. Holmes; son, Devin J. Farmer; grandchildren: Kenyette Frison, Emoni Andrews, Devin J. Farmer, Jr., Dendai Farmer, Dashon Farmer, Kiauna Collins, Erica Collins, Franklin Anderson, Bianca N. Griffith, and Danielle M. Griffith; great-grandchildren: Zamia Fullman, Adam Fullman, Eric Carter, Akai Collins, Essa Collins, A'nylah Anderson, Tiera Cummings, and Joshua Brown; great-great-grandchild, Legend Wright; siblings: Joelina Campbell, Sylvester Campbell and his wife, Linda, Matrethia Campbell, Jackquline Campbell, and Alfreda Durant and her husband, David; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.