robert w.judd
Greece: April 10, 2012 at age 86. Predeceased by his daughter, Barbara Adamski. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Betty Judd; children, Patti Coates & Thomas Judd; grandchildren, Sara, Joseph & Megan; son-in-law, John Adamski; Lisa Judd (mother of Sara and Joseph); many dear friends. Robert is a Veteran of the United States Marines and served our country in World War II. He was a charter member of Aldersgate United Methodist Church, a founding member of the Finger Lakes Museum, member of the Masonic Lodge (Charlotte), Shriners, member of the American Legion Post #468 and a retiree of Eastman Kodak after 37 years. Robert enjoyed bowling, fishing and his neighborhood Poker Club. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Friends may call Sunday, April 15th, 2-5 P.M. at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, Greece Chapel, 1075 Long Pond Road. A Memorial Service and celebration of his life will be held, Monday, April 16th, 11 A.M. at Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 4115 Dewey Avenue. Interment will be held privately at White Haven Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Finger Lakes Museum Memorial Fund, PO BOX 96, Keuka Park NY 14478 or Aldersgate United Methodist Church in his memory.

View current weather.

Memories Timeline

View the Timeline


  1. Anyone meeting Bob for the first time would believe they had known him forever. He had that rarely encountered quality that welcomed you in. His sense of humor and compassion will never be forgotten. There are so many significant moments shared with Bob…always there for a friend or neighbor… or driving 40 miles each way for my parents funerals regardless of the obstacles he encountered while extending condolences to me and my family (a gesture I will forever treasure). We shared a table with Bob and Betty at the Brook House for a Lonsberry presentation allowing the opportunity to enjoy a series of his jokes and anecdotes. Bob wanted to meet Aubrey Lonsberry that night and she graciously complied. It was the highlight of his day. Regardless of his numerous health issues, Bob always had a sparkle in his eye and a smile to share. Our thoughts and prayers are with Betty and family. His absence will be sadly felt by all who knew him.

  2. Betty and family,

    I would like to express my condolences at this difficult time. Thoughts and prayers are with you always. Betty, you and Bob, are a beautiful couple that I had the pleasure of meeting through Mary Newell at the Brookhouse. I wish I could have seen and been in your company more often, but we still can see each other. If you need anything, please don’t hestitate to ask. (In case you aren’t sure who I am, I used to date Tom Monte.)

    God Bless You

  3. Bob was a genuine and caring man. Bob used to tell me jokes, ask for crab salad and strawberry shortcake. I will miss seeing him Wednesday nights down at the Parkway Restaurant. My prayers and thoughts are with his family.
    Sincerely, Georgianne

  4. Bob was a very special friend to us, and we will always remember the good times together. He was a wonderful, thoughtful, kind and caring person, and he will have a very special place in our hearts forever.
    Our sincerest sympathy to Betty and the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    George and Jeanne

  5. Corky, Patti, Tom, and family,
    Just wanted to let you know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Will always remeber the fun we had at Conesus Lake. Sorry I couldn’t be with you but know I am thinking of you.
    Vivian, Bonnie, John, and Dan

  6. Dear Corky & Family,
    Our thoughts & prayers are with you at
    this time. We are truly Blessed to have your friendship.
    Love, Mike & Joan

  7. If one thinks of Bob one will remember his dry sense of humor. When iIthink of Bob I will remember sharing a Wild Turkey and listening to him talk about his garden. Betty, Patti and Tom, my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I know you all will miss him immensely. I am sorry I couldn’t have been there personally. My sympathy to you all.

  8. We are so sorry to read of Bob’s passing in the D & C. We were out of town and, therefore, unable to attend his services. Bob and I go way back when I first came to Kodak and he was nice enough to ‘teach me all the ropes’! He was a true gentleman and I was proud to know him and to consider him one of my dear friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time and we can both treasure our memories of Bob to help ease the pain of his untimely passing.

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

Sign the Guestbook