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Judith Ann "Judy" Cashion Shoffer

June 15, 1952 ~ May 3, 2022 (age 69)

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Judith Ann Cashion Shoffner of Hamlet, North Carolina passed away on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 3rd.
As a child, Judy spent much of her time outside near her rural home in what she and her friends called Hootin’ Holler. Winters consisted of arrowhead hunting and forest roaming. Summers were marked by long days of swimming in James Lake.

Animal or human alike, she knew no strangers and was a fiercely loyal friend.
After graduating from Hamlet Highschool in 1970, she attended UNC Pembroke and completed her teaching degree in 1974, graduating with honors next to her husband Mitch.
Over more than ten years Judy taught at various schools in the area; Ashley Chapel, L. J. Bell, and Richmond Senior Highschool among them.

Judy never faltered in courage, faithfulness, and her drive for independence throughout her life, and proved her love consistently as a daughter, sister, wife, and mother even through her long battle with MS.

Judy is survived by her husband Mitch, daughter Stephanie and husband Logan Watson, sisters Sissy Shortridge, Mary Lee and brother in law Richard Carlson, as well as many nieces and nephews.

The family invites those who knew and loved Judy to attend a memorial service Saturday May 21 at Marks Creek Presbyterian Church in Hamlet, NC from 11am to 12pm in the sanctuary with Rev. Ken Goins officiating. Please observe the wearing of masks.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Judy’s name to the National MS Society P.O. Box 91891 Washington, D.C 20090 or Marks Creek Presbyterian Church, I/C Ginger Seymour, 150 Two Sisters Lane Rockingham, NC 28379.

Online condolences may be made to www.watson-kingfuneralhome.com Watson-King Funeral Home in Hamlet is serving the Shoffner family.



                        

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