Judith (Judy) A. Butterbrodt departed from us July 11, 2014 at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, AR. Judy was born in Ladysmith, WI on October 26, 1943 to Karl W. Schmidt and Dorothy E. (Wilson).
Judy was a long-time resident of Marshfield, WI. Upon graduation from Marshfield Senior High School, June 1961, she began her employment with the School District of Marshfield, where she worked in the main office until her retirement in 2002. She also worked part-time in a design and floral shop, and became very proficient in her decoration hobbies at home.
On June 29, 1963 she was united in marriage to her high school sweetheart, Evan G. Butterbrodt at Wesley United Methodist Church in Marshfield. She was active in the church and community. She was a member of the church choir for over thirty-five years. She worked with Cub Scouts, and Boy Scouts in various capacities. Her and her husband worked as a team in the churches that he pastored during his second career.
Judy was the proud mother of two children, Michelle Renee, and Michael Scott.
Judy and Evan moved to Horseshoe Bend, Arkansas, July 12, 2004, and became quite active in the community. She had been very active in the Horseshoe Bend United Methodist Church. She was also a Master Gardener, an active AARP member, a member of the Honorary Police, a past member of the Wisconsin Club, as well as being involved in other volunteer work.
In 2009, Judy and her husband decided to find a winter home in Donna, TX in the Rio Grande Valley. While living in Donna, she became a member of The Amigos de Los Niños de Mexico, the Casa Del Sol choir, volunteered in several other areas in the Casa Del Sol community. She regularly attended Weslaco First United Methodist Church.
Judy and her husband enjoyed travelling together, both here and abroad.
Judy was predeceased by her mother and father. She leaves to mourn her husband, Evan; her son, Michael and his wife Ruth (Baures) of Stoughton, WI; daughter, Michelle Walton and husband Calvin of Stone Mountain, GA, and three grandsons—Stefan, Ryan, and Caleb. She also leaves behind a brother, Gary Schmidt and wife Janet of Green Bay, WI, and two sisters—Karla Pfeiffer and husband Al of Austin, TX, and Deanna Christiansen and husband Michael of St. Louis Park, MN, and many nieces, nephews, and grand-nieces and grand-nephews.
As she gave of herself in life, she continues to give in death, as she had donated her body to science through Genesis (M.E.R.I.) in Memphis, TN.
Memorial arrangements are pending.

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