Judith Anne McClintock, 86, of Confluence, beloved wife of Rev. Samuel McClintock, took her place in the heavenly choir on March 21, 2022.
She was born July 26, 1935 in Vandergrift, a daughter of Glenn and Mary (McConnell) Mohney. Her parents, a brother Glenn, and sister Kimberly King preceded her in death. She is survived by her husband; children Neil McConnell (Gwen), Annandale, VA, Christy Shively, Tarrs, Beth Augustine (Bruce), Addison, and Gerald Baker, Confluence; grandchildren Jason Augustine (Ashley), Jenette Johnson (Adam), Ashlie Black, April Black, Cassandra Shively, and Allison McConnell; great-grandchildren Kaytlynn Firestone, Kamry Augustine, Kendyll Augustine, Airionna Townsend, and Neva Hill; also adopted “granddaughters” Scout and Addie Best and special cousin John “Skip” Burns.
Judy was a member of Addison United Methodist Church, where her rich soprano voice enhanced the choir, a member of the United Methodist Women and the Gleaners Club. She was a founding member of the Seldom Scene Players, where her unique sense of humor really stood out.
She loved picnics and traveling with her husband. They camped all over the area. Judy’s ability as a baker was legendary in the community, especially for her bread and cinnamon rolls. Her friendly and outgoing personality made her instant friends and her giving and generous nature made her loved by all who knew her.
At Judy’s request, there will be no viewing. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 26, at 11 AM in the Addison United Methodist Church with Rev. Valerie Stark officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation to the charity of the donor’s choice.