Judy Carol Nelson was born on March 29, 1945 as the 5th child out of 9 to Boyd P. Hall and Evalea Clemons Hall. Judy grew up in San Antonio, Tx and a dedicated her life to Christ at a young age as a member of Anderson Temple COGIC and later re-dedicated herself as an adult at Dominion COGIC. Judy graduated from Big Springs High School in 1963 in Big Spring, Tx where she met and married Eddy Lee Nelson and had 4 children: Eddy, Dawn, Boyd, and Carl Wayne who preceded her in death in 1992. Judy’s youngest child, Erma (also known as Jeanie by the family), was born while Judy was pursuing her nursing degree in San Antonio. Judy worked as a nurse at Downtown Baptist Memorial Hospital for close to 30 years before medical retirement; however, because of her giving spirit and heart, she continued to serve the community as a nurse at several assisted living and skilled nursing facilities in the area and as a selfless caregiver for church and family members who needed a helping hand and a gentle heart. Judy was called home on July 25, 2020 and is survived by her 4 children, their spouses, 8 grandchildren, 3 sisters, 1 brother, and countless nieces, nephews, and cousins. Judy led a faithful and honorable life and has left a legacy of love and servitude for all that knew her.

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  1. You fought a good fight, you have finished the race, you kept the faith, Now there is in store for you the Crown of righteousness. Love, Baby sister

  2. Dear Cousins, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We love you and will miss our Auntie Judy in the physical but will forever have her in our hearts

  3. My warmest and loving thoughts and prayers for our family. Aunt Judy will always be in our hearts and minds forever and always. -Ersula May

  4. May God be with the Nelson/Hall Family and bring you comfort. Sending condolences from the Bailey Family. We will truly miss Judy. God give you strength during this time of bereavement. So many great memories with the family. Rest In Peace Judy, much ❤️ love from your first cousins Mildred, Herbert, Tommie Faye, Betty, Florence and Edna.

  5. My Aunt Judy had the Biggest heart & most beautiful smile. I will never forget how generous assiduous loving you were in life. You inspired me to live life kindly. I “Thank you” then & now! Your grateful niece, Karen 🥰

  6. What a beautiful service in memory of Aunt Judy. Keeping her children, grands and great grands and the entire family in my thoughts and prayers. She’s dearly missed! – Natasha

  7. My condolence to the family. A beautiful person have received her wings. I always remember her warm smile. LILLIAN POWELL

  8. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

  9. ♥️ one of the best nurses I know. She guided and helped me after I finished nursing school as an RN. Rest God bless you all🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

  10. May this Christian heart RIH.Your record is in Heaven.You were truly anointed by God.The family has my Condolences.One of the most Knowledgeable Nurses I have known.Your work down here is Well Done.My Codolences to the Children and entire Family.

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