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When and how did you first meet Judi?
What will you miss most about Judi?
I will miss Judi's sometimes wicked sense of humor, her whirlwind energetic personality, and I will miss her company as a neighbor and as a friend. Judi loved exploring Brooklyn on foot, and would call sometimes and say "Meet me downstairs and let's take a walk to this new nearby restaurant," completely neglecting to tell me the restaurant was five miles away. There I would be two miles later, with blistered heels from inappropriate shoes, regretting that I failed to ask the appropriate questions before committing to her invitation. Judi was many different things to many different people, but what Judi never was, was boring. I will miss her dearly.
What accomplishment was Judi most proud of?
Judi created a Family of Friends and Neighbors here at Caton Towers and was probably our most popular neighbor. Judi was so proud of the new residents she brought to Caton Towers, and would brag about how uniquely interesting each one was. Judi LOVED Caton Towers and was a real Ambassador for our building. Judi brokered a huge percentage of the sales and rentals here in Caton Towers, and She was extremely selective of who she would market to. Judi always said "I don't get hung up with the stupid crap lots of brokers focus on; I just make sure they are good, decent, hard working, and interesting folks coming to Caton; after all, they are going to be my neighbors." Judi helped transform a building of multi cultural residents into a community of neighbors; Judi was so proud of what she had helped create here at Caton Towers.
What were the most important aspects of Judi's spiritual or religious life?
How do you plan to honor Judi's memory?