Judith Marlene John peacefully passed on June 21, 2022 at her home she shared with the love of her life Jim, her sister Patty, nephew David and her loving fur-babies.

Judy was born to George Keisner Sr. and Madeline Bowie Keisner in Eureka, California on April 26, 1949. She was born into a family of 10. Judy loved spending time with her sisters and was apart of the Mingos pool team. As a teenager she attended and graduated from Eureka high school. Judy had many jobs as an adult and teen years. She worked as a packer at Eureka fisheries, and the icehouse, as well as bartending in Washington for years. She had a lot of hobbies such as playing pool, going to the stock car races with her family, playing bingo with her granddaughters and sisters, attending Merv George concerts dancing the night away with her sisters as well as loving to spend time at the casino with her sisters, children and family.

Judy met the love of her life Jim in 1965 in Fortuna at her brother Delmer‘s house. Judy was a funny, wild, caring, selfless, loving mother, wife, sister, grandmother, great grandmother and auntie, and she was an amazing friend to very many. She was a hard worker and loved cooking for everyone including her fur-babies. Judy was just so loving, caring, and straight forward with everybody and anybody that crossed her path.

Judy was a proud tribal member of Bear River Band of Rohnerville Rancheria.

Judy is survived by her Husband Jimmy Rogers, her sons Alan, George, and Edward John, her Niece/Daughter Krissey Hanley, her sisters Patricia Sears and Gail Keisner, her Brothers Ronnie and Glenn Keisner, her Nephews David and John Hanley, Jimmy Stueckle, and Eugene Hatfield, Grandchildren Brittany and Carole Hanley; Shawn, Billy, Grace, and Treasure Robinson; Alisha, Leah Alan-David, Jamie, Jesse and Kayla John; and her great grandchildren Emmett and Calliope Robinson and many nieces, nephews and cousins. She is Preceded in death by her Mother Madilene Bowie Keisner, her Father George Keisner Sr, the father of her children Edward John Sr, her Brothers George (Sunny) Keisner Jr, Henry Keisner,  Delmar keisner, and Lornie Keisner, her Sister Georgina Bartolli, Half-Sister Dorthy Cordie, her Granddaughter Emma Arlys John, Niece Candy Ann Stueckle, Auntie Faye Bowie Affleck, Nephew Raymond Hatfield, and Great Nephew Nikki Metcalf. 


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