October 22, 1941 ~ July 5, 2021

Born in: Del Norte, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Judith Ann Yoakum, 79, passed away July 5, 2021. Survived by son, Todd (Shawna) Yoakum; grandchildren, Ravyn Yoakum, Colin Yoakum, Amber Yoakum and Megan Yoakum; great-grandchildren,Violet; sister, Pam; and numerous family and friends. Preceded in death by husband, Mitchell Yoakum; and parents. Judy was born to LeRoy and Joy Frye on October 22, 1941, in Del Norte, Colo. and was a Data Entry Portfolio Specialist. She enjoyed football, especially the Denver Broncos and bowling. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. No services are planned at this time. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Judy was always such a sweet person. Mitch was a character that kept her life fun. Mitch took Judy, her Mom and myself to dinner for Mexican food and then to The Impossible Players. We had so much fun and so many laughs. Good times that will never be forgotten. Mitch, Todd and her grandchildren were her life and happiness. God bless the Yoakum family.

  2. My deepest condolences to the Yoakum family. I enjoyed getting to know Judy and Mitch at The Hangar. Both were great people.

  3. Todd and Family, I am so sorry to hear about your Mom, She was an amazing person and we always had so much fun when we did things together. She always amazed me how fast she was on the proof machine and I have to admit she got me hooked on watching General Hospital. So many fond memories of her, she will truly be missed.
    My Deepest Sympathy
    Lucille Abeyta

  4. I was sad to hear about your recent loss, please accept my sincere condolences. My fondest memories were watching Judy run the work thru that hugh proof machine in the basement at First National Bank / Colorado National Bank, the comments at lunchtime watching General Hospital and her love for the Bronco’s.

  5. Todd, I was so sorry to see your mother in the obituary column. Before the pandemic, and before Safeway closed, I would often see her at the grocery store and we would stop and talk. I could keep track somewhat of how you were doing, I really missed it when Safeway closed as I did not see her after that. I probably should not say this, but you were always one of my favorite students! (You may not believe that but it is true.) Your mom was such a nice and friendly person. I will truly miss her and hearing about you and how you are.

  6. To the Yoakum Family: We are so saddened to hear of your loss. My husband, Mannon, and I both worked with Judy at different times when the bank was First National, then Colorado National Bank. I had the same lunch hour, in the TV room, at CNB. Judy was always first there, the channel on General Hospital. You did not dare to change the channel! I am a GH fan to this day. Mannon knew how efficient she was on the sorter at the data entry position. Her fingers would fly and he admired her so much. She was a great co-worker and friend. May you feel the presence of the Heavenly Father at this difficult time, and know the Peace that He gives. Blessings Sandy and Mannon Lukehart.

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