On July 25, 2023, Judith A. Hajer arrived at her heavenly home at the age of 75.
Judy was born on October 1, 1947, to the late James and Bea Davis in Rome, Georgia.
Judy was a hardworking, humorous, and kind-hearted employee at Texas A&M University for many years before her retirement. She took pride in being a Southern woman, no matter where she lived. Cooking and baking were passions of hers and she loved sharing her creations with loved ones. Crossword puzzles, reading, and animals were also things that brought her joy. She had a fondness for owls.
Her exceptional memory was greatly appreciated by those who knew her, as she could recall even the smallest details of her life. Bowling was a hobby she enjoyed for most of her life, afterwards, she joined a senior water aerobics class at Lenoir-Rhyne University. It was there that she formed close bonds with her weekly luncheon companions, whom she cherished deeply.
Judy was of the Baptist faith and had made peace with the idea of being with the Lord. She was also excited to be reunited with her Father and her beloved pets, whom she cherished deeply.
Judy’s loved ones who will cherish the memories they shared with her include her husband of 35 years, Doug Hajer of Taylorsville; her son, Jacob Hajer and his wife Charlotte; as well as her grandsons, Hudson and Abraham of Sonoma, California. (Alexander Funeral Home).