Judy Ann
Buttram


January 21, 1947 - May 6, 2020

Judy Ann Buttram, age 73, of Florence, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on May 6, 2020. A private graveside service will be held Saturday at the Center Star Church.

Judy was preceded in death by her devoted husband of 50 years, Frank, and her parents, Dot and Marie Oldham.

Survivors include her children, Marisa Ann Frederick (Jeff), Khelie Ann Buttram, Joseph Brook Buttram (Miranda), and Dewey Franklin Buttram; grandchildren, Dillon Fowler Frederick, Payton Craig Frederick, Mia Marie Frederick, Ethan Davis Buttram, Evan Joseph Buttram and Charlie Parrish Buttram; brother, Dewey Lindon “Spooner” Oldham, Jr. (Karen); sister, Donna Marie Hamilton (Barry); nieces and nephews Roxanne Oldham Bowen (Mark), Aaron Heath Hamilton, Danon Glenn Hamilton (Crystal), Barron Ransom Hamilton (Sommer), and a large extended Buttram family.

She lived for her family, especially her grandchildren. She enjoyed life, always laughed, never met a stranger, and was a joy to be with.

The family would like to express their appreciation to Dr. Tyler Kirby and Hospice of North Alabama for their loving care.

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21 Comments on “Judy Ann Buttram”

  1. Judy has always been the most kind, giving and loving soul I’ve ever known. She loved her family with no boundaries and would move heaven and earth if she could for them. I’m gonna miss your sweet self so much. No more pain and no more worries. Your body is whole again. You are watching from above with your forever love Frank at your side. We will do anything we can to help take care of Khelie, this I promise you. In our eyes and in our hearts she’s always been our girl. Rest easy sweet angel. All our love,
    Rocky, Wendy & Koby Littrell xoxo

  2. JUDY WAS THE SWEETEST AND WOULD ALWAYS MAKE U LAUGH OR SMILE NO MATTER WHAT. THE FAMILY IS IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.

  3. I remember Judy from school. I always thought she was one of the prettiest and sweetest girls I had ever met.
    I recall a talent show, held in the school gym, that Judy sang in. She had the voice of an angel.
    My condolences to her family.
    My prayers are with each of you.
    May God bless and comfort you!!!

  4. For Mia and Payton so sorry for the loss of your grandmother. I am praying for you and your family during this time. Grogie❤️

  5. Judy was such a beautiful soul. She had a heart of gold. I loved being around her. She just brightened every room. Prayers for everyone who loved her. She will be missed.

  6. Marissa my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Bless you all.
    Jane Frederick Jones

  7. My deepest sympathy to the family and her friends. Judy will be remembered always for her kind heart and her contagious laugh, and the little snort,that I’m sure most will remember when she got real tickled. Her home was one of my favorite places to visit as a young teen. Dot and Marie always made me feel so welcome. Judy was so much fun. Always up beat, never down. A true treasure that will be missed by all who knew and loved her. May she rest now in the loving arms of the Lord, is my prayer. Mary (Holden)Pollard

  8. Judy was always so full of spirit and joy. Coach John Robertson insisted she challenge some LCHS boys to a race on the track one day because she could run so fast. She was not giving it her all so he chased her with encouragement. Judy was the fastest of all. Always happy, funny and kind hearted. The world was so much better for her presence.

  9. I have known Judy since we were in our twenties! Family and jobs took time away from our getting together but we always had a great reunion when we ran into each other. Within the last year and half we talked by phone some before she got so very ill. Judy was always smiling and so happy to see her friends. She was a very precious person and will be greatly missed by all who knew her!! I know she is with Frank again and her parents smiling and happy !

  10. Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family during this difficult time.

  11. I’m so sorry to hear about Judy. She was such a beautiful and sweet person. I know she will be missed. Prayers for the family.

  12. I first met Judy when she came to begin 7th grade at LCHS. She came from Center Star Elementary to become a central star of what was to be the LCHS Class of 1965. To be around Judy was to be around fun. She had a never ending smile
    It’s really saddening to know She has left us. Spooner, Marisa and Judy’s children and grandchildren, I extend my sympathy on your family loss and to her many friends who’ve lost a most unforgettable friend.

  13. Prayers for your family at this sad time. God bless you with comfort, acceptance and wonderful memories.
    Much love,
    Coach and Brenda

  14. I send my prayers and love to the Buttram family, Spooner and to Donna. She fought a good fight. May God give you peace and comfort in the days ahead.

  15. My uncle Frank met and married my Aunt Judy when I was 9 years old. Along with my cousin Stacey we were the flower girls in their wedding. I am 61 and it is so hard for me to imagine a world where I won’t hear Judy’s laugh. My life is better for having this special soul in it. My love and prayers to the family = Jeff, Marisa, Payton, Dillon, Mia, Brook, Miranda, Evan, Ethan, Charlie, Frankie, Khelie, Donna and Lindon and their families. We will be with y’all in spirit tomorrow.

  16. When I think of Judy, I think of her laughing. She was such a sweet person and kind to everyone. I know each of you has special memories that will sustain you through the coming days. My prayers are with all of you.

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