Obit: Sunderlin, Judith Ann (1942 - 2015)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Nuernberger, Sunderlin
----Source: The Star News (Medford, WI) 7/09/2015
Sunderlin, Judith Ann (Nuernberger) (23 NOV 1942 - 1 JUL 2015)
Judith Ann Sunderlin, age 72, Fargo, N.D., went home to be with her Lord on Wednesday, July 1, 2015, in her home, under the care of Hospice of the Red River Valley.
Judith was born November 23, 1942, in Medford. She was the youngest child of Rudolph and Amelia Nuernberger of rural Medford. She first attended a country school near Stetsonville, WI, followed by high school in Medford.
She married William Sunderlin on May 16, 1964, in Medford. They were blessed with two children, Melanie and Marti. They made their first home in Rib Lake, WI, where they lived until 1978. They lived in George, Iowa, from 1978 to 1981 and then moved to Medina, N.D., where they were the administrators of Crystal Springs Baptist Camp from 1981 to 1998. They then moved to Fargo where she lived until her death.
Judith worked as a bookkeeper most of her working days. She loved life and loved the Lord. She accepted Jesus as her Savior on May 10, 1973, and served Him faithfully from that time on. She is now enjoying eternal life in heaven.
Judith is survived by her husband, William; her son and daughter-in-law, Marti and Sara Sunderlin, Fargo; and grandchildren, Maxwell and Isabelle Sunderlin.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Melanie, in 1994 at age 25; her parents, four brothers and three sisters.
Judith would have loved that any memorial be given to Crystal Springs Baptist Camp, 4848 36th St. SE, Medina, N.D. 58467, Camp Forest Springs, Westboro, or Hospice of the Red River Valley.
A memorial service for Judith was held on Tuesday, July 7, 2015, at 2 p.m. in Bethel Evangelical Free Church, Fargo.
Arrangements by Korsmo Funeral Service, Moorhead. Online guestbook: www.korsmofuneralservice.com.
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