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Judith K. Kolsrud - 76

8/26/1940 - 12/5/2016

Iowa City, IA

Judith Kay Kolsrud, age 76 of Iowa City, formerly of Clinton, passed away Monday, December 5th, 2016 at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City. A memorial service will be held at 1:00 PM on Monday, December 12th at the Pape Funeral Home. Burial was held at Oakland Cemetery on Wednesday Dec. 7th. Judith was born in Clinton, Iowa on August 27, 1940, the daughter of Harold and Naomi (Paulsen) Reter. She graduated from Clinton High School. Judith married Donald Kolsrud on June 6, 1963 in Clinton. She worked as a registered nurse. Judith was a member of First Presbyterian Church and the P.E.O. of Dubuque. She was not only an artist but a queen of bread making. Judith is survived by her husband Donald of Iowa City; a daughter Ann Kolsrud of Cedar Rapids and a sister Ann Johnstone of Odessa, MO. She was preceded in death by her parents.

Service:

A funeral service will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, December 7th at the Pape Funeral Home.

6 Comments

  • Bob & Jacquie Lier

    on 12/06/16

    Dear Don &a Ann, So sorry to hear of Judy's passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We didn't realize that you were living back in Iowa City. It must be a comfort th have each other close by. The happy memories help us through times of sorrow. Your mom was a special lad, Ann. I hope her PEO chapter is included in the memorial service. It is a very nice tradition. Bob &Jacquie Lier
  • Dorothy Kynett Carbee

    on 12/06/16

    Dear Don and Ann. So saddened to learn of Judy's passing. I have so many happy memories of picnics and other events enjoyed with the Reter family when we were young. It's difficult to realize that all are now gone save Ann. My love and deepest sympathies are with you in your loss. Dorothy Kynett Carbee
  • Sharon Masterson

    on 12/12/16

    Don and Ann... So very sorry to learn of Judy's passing... we will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers as will others in the Masonic Village in Bettendorf, Iowa where you lived and served so graciously. With our sympathy, Don and Sharon Masterson
  • Pam Teymer

    on 12/13/16

    Don, (To me you are still Mr. Kolsrud.) I took your Accounting class in high school. It was because I admired you so much that I decided to major in Business Ed. I taught business classes for 27 years before retiring. I now live in Bettendorf so just learned about your wife's passing. I know you made a big difference in my life so I just want to offer you my sincere condolences. I remember when I was in your class you received a note from your wife a couple of times. I could tell how very much you loved her. It was so cute! I hope you have lots of wonderful memories. Jesus walked among us so that we might better see the breadth of His compassion. Jesus understands how much it hurts to lose someone you love. I hope you find comfort in the coming days. Sincerely, Pam
  • Patti Lounsbury

    on 12/14/16

    Dear Ann and Don, I am so sorry for all that you are going through. You are admirable and loving people. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
  • Migudipt

    on 12/13/17

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