Obituary for Judi N. Dershimer

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Obituary for Judi N. Dershimer

Judi N. Dershimer

February 12, 1948 – January 21, 2018

Judi N. Dershimer of Winter Haven, FL, passed away in peace on Sunday, January 21, 2018 at home, surrounded by her loving family. She was age 69. A native of Baxley, Georgia, born February 12, 1948 to Malvin and Gwendolyn Nasworthy, Judi moved to Winter Haven in June of 1966 from Baxley to ski at “The Waterski Capital Of The World”, Cypress Gardens.
Her occupations included: In-home care, wardrobe stylist, and professional water skier. She was also was a dedicated donor to the Arbor Foundation. She dedicated trees to be planted in the names of her friends and loved ones.
Judi is survived by her son David A. Dershimer, Jr. of Winter Haven; her daughter Chrissy Dershimer of Kennebunk, ME, and her animals.
A celebration of life will be held at Oak Ridge Funeral Care in Winter Haven on Saturday, February 10th at 10:00am. Condolences to the family can be sent to:www.oakridgefuneralcare.com.
I’m remembrance of Judi, live plant donations (orchids were her favorite) will be added to her garden as a living memory to her colorful spirit. Memorial contributions may be made to www.cypressgardenswaterskiteam.com as well as well as www.arborday.org.
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2 thoughts on “Obituary for Judi N. Dershimer

  1. To David and Chrissy: I was saddened to read about Judi’s passing. She was a childhood friend. Our mothers were friends. We lived about a block and a half away from each other. I was older by two years or so. Judi was so much fun and always in good spirits. She enjoyed life and was always up to something. I remember going in the kitchen side door and Mrs. Nasworthy saying” wipe your feet” there at the house across from Lana Tift. My father was one of the Tootle Brothers who owned Tootle Bros. Bakery there in Baxley, and our parents knew each other. Judi’s mother borrowed my wedding dress for Judi to wear when she married. I was honored for her to wear it. It made the dress more special for me.

    Through the years our paths never crossed again even though my husband , daughter and I moved back to Baxley in 1973, but I have such fond memories of her. I knew, of course, she skied at Cypress Gardens and was proud of her accomplishments. I will always think of her with a smile. I do appreciate Carol Nelson Claxton posting her obituary: otherwise I would not have known. We have been living in Savannah since 2009 and go home only occasionally.

    I tried to reach David’s phone but was unable to leave a message, and Chrissy’s phone number was not listed on realpages.com .

    I will keep your family in my prayers.

  2. To: David and Chrissy
    I don’t have to tell you what a wonderful Mom you had, I know you both already know that. She holds a special place in my heart. I don’t ever remember her without a smile on her face and a kind word. I met you guys several years ago when I came to Winter Haven to see her and Donald Morris another ole friend of ours from High School. I was the ole guy on the Harley. We had a great visit. I know I will see her again in Heaven. Try not to be sad she wouldn’t want that. I think I can speak for all her ole H/S friends and say she was very well loved by everyone.

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