Obituary of Judy Iris WOOD

March 14, 1946 – Toronto, Ontario
July 24, 2020 – Calgary, Alberta

Judy Iris Wood’s famous smile has finally faded after she lost a short battle with cancer on Friday, July 24, 2020 at the age of 74 years.

Judy Iris Wood (nee Davis) will be fondly remembered and missed by everyone, from the gas attendant to her loving family. She had a way about her that made you feel that you were the only one in the room and that you were simply enough as you were. Her hugs were legendary and her laugh was infectious.

Loving parents Gordon and Loreen Davis brought this shining star into the world on March 14, 1946. Born in Toronto but raised in Calgary, Judy epitomized the friendly, Calgarian spirit. She was an active member of First Alliance church and lived a life led by a loving God until the end of her days. 

Judy is survived by Ed Wood of Calgary, their daughter Erin Wood and her beloved grandchildren, Euan and Ethan Macnish of Cheltenham, UK; her siblings, Gordon Davis of Grand Forks, BC, Richard (Mary) Davis of Calgary, AB, Cameron Davis of Canmore, AB and Murray (Elizabeth) Davis of Turner Valley, AB; seven nephews and nieces, Michael (Kristen), Colin (Hanady), Selina (Jeremy), Ben, Chris, Daniel (Marika) and Justin; and four great-nephew’s and nieces, Max, Judah, Halle and Alexa; as well as many extended family and friends.  With special mention to her best friend Donna Gellatly who was with her through thick and thin. 

As she was always fashionably late so it is fitting that any formal service will be delayed until we can celebrate her life properly, with hugs, kisses and few tears... because life without her means our glass is just that bit less full. Condolences, memories and photos may be shared and viewed on Judy Wood’s obituary at www.McInnisandHolloway.com.

In living memory of Judy Wood, a tree will be planted in the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Fish Creek, 14441 BANNISTER ROAD SE, CALGARY, AB T2X 3J3, Telephone: 403-256-9575.

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