Judith Comstock Davies, age 69, of Hamden, CT & Naples, FL passed away on July 31, 2014 in Southington Care Center. Judy was the widow of Lee E. Davies. Born in Milford on April 12, 1945, she was a daughter of the late Robert & Alice Rowland Comstock. She is survived by daughter Brenda (Edward) Byers of Lakeway, TX; son Brian (Lisa) Davies of Southington; grandchildren, Charles Byers, Erika, Kevin & Paige Davies and was predeceased by her granddaughter, Allison Byers; sister of Janice Comstock (Barre) Murray of Wharton, NJ and aunt of Krisa (Felipe) Arzayus of Laurel, Maryland. Judy was a graduate of Milford High School and Paier College of Art in Hamden. She was an Artist and Drafter, working in the Drafting Department of U.S. Motors in Milford, Pratt & Whitney in North Haven, Westcott and Mapes in New Haven and along with her husband at Davies Traffic Consultants in Hamden. She enjoyed many hobbies including creative sewing, ceramics, needlework, pen & ink freehand for the Hamden Historical Society, wood burning and all amusement park rides and State Fairs. Friends may visit with her family on Monday, August 4th from 4:00 to 7:00 PM with her Prayer Service to begin at 7:00 PM at BEECHER & BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Whitney Ave, Hamden. Interment in Beaverdale Memorial Park will be private. Contributions in her memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 38 Richards Ave, Norwalk, CT 06854. www.cancer.org

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  1. Aunt Judy, I will miss your spark and artistic talents! So glad I see your smile, expressions, and spirit in my daughter, Elena, every day. May you rest in peace and have a good chuckle as you watch over us.

  2. Dear Brenda & Brian, The other day when I was watching tv I saw a cake on a commercial and thought of the cake that I had made for the bake sale, years ago; and I thought of your mother – then I saw the obit – I’m soooooo very sorry to hear of her passing and so young. Now is the time to think of all the good times that you had with your mother and think of them as treasurers. Enjoy your children, too. Be well and may God bless all of you at this time. Marilyn Turner

  3. Dear Brian, Lisa and Family My heartfelt condolences, it has been a tough year for you. I hope you feel some comfort in knowing that Lee and Judith are together again.

  4. Dear Family: I read today with sadness about Judy’s passing. My late husband ( John Cummings) and I both attended Paier and knew Judy as an enthusiastic student and artist. May she rest in peace.

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