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Judith "Judi" Ann Bailey
November 26, 1943 ~ January 30, 2024 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Judith Ann Bailey passed away on January 30th at her home after a short illness with her family by her side. Judi was born on November 26, 1943, in New Milton, West Virginia to Orval and Virginia Swisher. She was preceded in death by her brother, Donald G. Swisher.
Survived by her sister, Janice L. Fraley, Judi leaves behind a legacy of love and family. Her survivors include her son, Scott Lee Walker (Vicki) Perry Park, Kentucky and her daughter, Melanie Gollihue, Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Judi is also remembered by her cherished grandchildren: David Mickley, Mt Gilead, Ohio; Jason Walker (Lily) Nashville, Tennessee; Danielle Gray (Shelby) Bentonville, Arkansas; Dalton Gollihue, Topeka, Kansas. She is further survived by her precious great-grandchildren Addalyn Walker, Hayden Gray and James Walker, along with numerous nieces and nephews.
Judi dedicated her career to the health care industry and was a proud member of the Vineyard Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her life was marked by a spirit of giving, as she volunteered for various causes throughout her lifetime. She served as a Girl Scout leader, participated in the band boosters, and contributed her time to organizations such as Tall Stacks, Epilepsy Foundation, Riverfront Council, Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, Summerfair, and the World Peace Bell Committee in Newport, Ohio. Judi also played significant roles in the State House Renovation Committee in Columbus, Ohio and as a board member for the Summerfair of Cincinnati, Ohio and Sanctuary Mission in Homosassa, Florida.
Her dedication continued to memberships in the Woman of Sugarmill Woods, where she served as President, and the International Association of Administrative Professionals, where she also held the position of President. Judi was an active member of the Elks Lodge 2693 in Homosassa, Florida, serving as House Chair and Chaplain, as well as the Big Walnut Eagle Lodge Aerie No. 3261 in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, where she served as an officer for the Auxiliary.
Judi’s life was a testament to her commitment to family, community, and service leaving a lasting impact on all those she touched. Judi’s family will hold a small, private service in West Virginia this summer.