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“Oh my judy how you made everything and everyone laugh I can't remember a bad day with you . Driving with you singing to the radio. You knew all the...Read More »
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WEST BRIDGEWATER----Judith Ellen Cranshaw, 54, a lifelong resident of West Bridgewater, passed away unexpectedly, Monday, June 11, 2018 at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center in Brighton.

Daughter of the late Brooks G. and Barbara J. (Reardon) Cranshaw, she was raised in West Bridgewater and was a graduate of West Bridgewater High School.

Judy was employed hospitality division of Brockton Hospital for over 20 years.

She often spent time at the West Bridgewater Senior Center. She enjoyed knitting, caring for her flower garden and close relationships with her nieces and nephews. All that knew her were touched by her remarkable kindness and love. She was also a Mayflower Descendent.

Judy is survived by her siblings, Sharon Marsh and her husband Robert of New Jersey, Linda Ekman of Easton, Susan Faria of Las Vegas, NV., John Cranshaw and his wife Kathy of Brockton, Cathleen Cranshaw of Bainbridge Island, WA., Janet Fleming and her husband Patrick of Pembroke, Donna Warren of Hanson and Lisa Cranshaw and her fiancé Shawn Eaton of Easton and nieces and nephews whom she was like a mother to Melissa and Glenn Cohen, Linda and Joe Love, Raul and Travis Faria III, Timothy Marsh, Brian Marsh, Andy Marsh, Justin Cranshaw, Colleen Cranshaw, Jessica Fleming, Patrick Fleming, Jonathan Cranshaw and Melissa Bates, Catrina Cranshaw, Barbara Intravaia, Samantha Warren, and James Intravaia and Great nieces and nephews, Michael Cohen, Alex Cohen, Khloe Faria, Aya Faria, Jacob Loebel, Ethan Loebel, Laurelyn Newsome, Penelope Newsome, Clover Heinstadt and Leila Cranshaw.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the Visiting Hours on Friday from 4-7 p.m. and funeral on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. in Kane Funeral Home, 605 Washington Street (Rte.138) Easton. Interment will follow in St. James Cemetery, Whitman on Saturday. For directions or condolences visit www.kanefuneralhome.com