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Judith "Judy" C. Aungst

Obituary for Judith "Judy" C. Aungst

October 19, 2018


Judith "Judy" C. Aungst peacefully entered into rest on Friday October 19, 2018 surrounded by her loving family. Born in Trenton, NJ she was the daughter of the late George and Mary (Maher) Capewell. She was the loving and devoted wife of Roy Aungst with whom they raised 5 children and celebrated over 51 years of marriage.

Judy was a graduate of Notre Dame High School in Hamilton Square, NJ. She worked in the Medical field for over 10 years and then took on various roles within the Galloway Township educational system for 7 years. She furthered her education by earning an Associates Degree in the Field of Hospitality and Tourism Management and had fulfilling employment in the Travel Industry for 10 years.

Throughout her life, Judy was an advocate for nature and wildlife conservation and provided a loving home for many family pets. She enjoyed reading, watching movies, traveling, horseback riding and mostly, cherished her time nurturing and loving her grandchildren, who affectionately called her "Mom Mom".

Judy will be missed and affectionately remembered by her husband; Roy Aungst, sons; Dr. David (Dr. Aksone) Aungst, Sean Aungst, Roy (Lee Ann) Aungst, Ryan Aungst (Sarah), daughter; Shannon Aungst (Ken Flick), grandchildren; Aryah, Noah, Ian and Amelia, brother; George (Cynthia) Capewell, and dear friends; Brenda, Paula, Mario and Patricia, Kay and Mary.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend Judy's Life Celebration Memorial Service on November 10, 2018 at Jeffries and Keates Funeral Home, 228 Infield Ave., Northfield, NJ 08225. A visitation will be held at 11:00am until time of service.

Donations may be made in Judy's memory to the National Wild Life Federation, and/or the ASPCA, Flowers are acceptable but not encouraged.

To pay respects, leave condolences or share your fondest memory of Judy please visit . Services have been entrusted to Jeffries and Keates Funeral Home, 609-646-3400.

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