Judie Lynn Leonard

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Judie Lynn Leonard – Age 61, passed away July 9, 2022 in Nashville, TN. Mrs. Leonard is survived by her loving husband of 11 years, Timothy B. Leonard; daughters, Ashley Felts (Adam), Erika Norris (David); brothers, Doug Pillow (Shelia), David “Bubba” Pillow (Jean), Michael Patterson (Ann); grandchildren, Kyleigh, Gavin, Maddox, Nova, Eliana, Ezra, and numerous other nieces, nephews, and other family members. Mrs. Leonard’s number one passion and love in life was being a grandmother. Judie was also known for being a hardworking, independent lady who had a love for her flower garden, bird watching, and her cats. A Celebration of Judie’s Life will be held 1:00 p.m. Thursday, July 14, 2022, at Western Hills Church, (7565 Charlotte Pike, Nashville, TN 37209) with David Estes officiating. Visitation with the family will be held on Thursday prior to the service from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at Western Hill Church. Arrangements in the care of Compassion Funeral & Cremation Services, 6949 Charlotte Pike, Suite 104, Nashville, TN 37209. We are proud to be West Nashville & Bellevue's ONLY locally owned and operated funeral & cremation provider.

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  1. So sad to hear this. Very nice lady, funny and crazy in a good way. I worked with her for a few years.

  2. Judie was a good woman and a good friend. I worked with her at NADC for several years and I loved her dearly. She always spoke of her love for her family especially her Daughters and Grandchildren. She will be missed. I am so sorry for your loss and I am praying for her whole family. Michelle Allen

  3. Judie was most definitely a funny person to be around she always spoke her mind. She loved and spoke of her family all the time loved her grandkids more than anything and loved being with them. I worked with Judie years ago. She will be missed prayers for her family during these difficult days ahead. Lori Watlington

  4. Hello. This is Alice Cole. I worked at NADC for a long time close with Judi. She was a good friend of mine then. She had such a great personality and was such a hard worker. She always made me laugh and made work just a little more fun to be there. I was so sorry and so shock to hear this news. She was young and full of life. I did want to say how much she loved her children. They were her world and all she talked about. Please know she and her family will be in my prayers.

  5. I worked at TDOT with Judie many years. Without her it would have been a dull day. She never met a stranger and would help anyone she could. Her daughters and grand children were her life. She was so proud of all of them. Gone too soon, I will miss her.

  6. Judie had a servant heart and loved being the hands and feet of Jesus! She loved people so well and will be greatly missed! Her laugh was so beautiful and she always had a way of lifting others up. Praying for God’s comfort and peace during this difficult time!

  7. Over the last few days, I’ve had so many great memories flooding my mind with remembrances of going to school together and just being young and crazy. Judie was such a good soul and had a wonderful heart. She loved her family dearly. I will always remember her for her laughter, her sweet smile, and her ability to fill everyone around her with much love and laughter. She was a special person and even though we didn’t get to spend much time together after growing up and having our own families, I will always remember my sweet JuJu. Ashley and Erika, I won’t be able to be there today, but please know that I will be there in spirit and that I’m praying for the family and sending love and hugs your way. Love, Sherry and Chuck Butts

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