Judi Lynn Lugo left us on Jan. 4, 2018, to what hopefully will be a better place for her.
Judi worked most her life in customer service positions and has been in the recovery realm the past 15 years and more. Judi was well known and loved by the many who came to live at the B Street clean and sober home she ran for a good 10 years. She helped many people of all ages and backgrounds get a grip on their lives and many succeeded and are still clean and sober today.
Judi’s ultimate goal was to move down with her daughters to Bay Area and spend time with her grandbabies and daughters.
Judi is preceded in death by both her parents, Franklin Delano Frost and Joanne Kathryn Loughney. Judi is survived by her two daughters, Dawn Hawks and Althea Claybon, both of whom reside in the Bay Area, as well as her three granddaughters — Pirseis, 7, and 20-month-old twins Cheyenne & Xiomara Hernandez from Dawn. She is survived by two brothers and two sisters — Debi Foley and husband Dave of Nevada, and their two daughters and four grandchildren. Also Donna Frost of Eureka and four sons — Archie III, Adam, Alexander and Apollo Claybon — and her 10 grandchildren and brother Frank Terrell of Novato and his two children Brandon and Angelica and also Clyde Johnny Jr. of Eureka.
Judi was loved and will be missed but she went peacefully so her number just came up and now she’s with many other loved ones.
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