Judy Lynn Hentzell, 60
Posted on September 2, 2021
RICHMOND, Ind. — Judy Lynn Hentzell, age 60, of Richmond, Indiana, formerly of Sumner, died on Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021, at her residence.
She was born July 15, 1961, in Lawrenceville, the daughter of Warren D. and Shirley (Dart) Stout.
Judy worked several manufacturing jobs throughout the years.
She was preceded in death by: her father, Warren D. Stout.
Survivors include: two children, Jackie Crawford and her husband Joey, and Eric Warren, both of Nashville, Tennessee; a brother, Warren Dee Stout and his wife Stacey of Sumner; sisters, Debra Ann Pougas and husband George of Champaign; and Diana Jean Mills and her husband Stanley of Sumner; and two grandchildren.
Private service will be conducted.
Memorial donations may be given to the Lawrence County Humane Society.
The Sivert-Macey and Steffey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Please visit www.emmonsmaceysteffey.com to view the tribute and to send condolences.
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