Judith Storar

January 28, 1943
May 30, 2021

Judith K. “Judy” (Fleming) Storar, 78, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, May 30th, with her family by her side.

She was born on January 28th, 1943, and was the loving wife of 57 years to Frank J. “Butch” Storar.

She was the beloved mother of four children, Terry Storar of Oklahoma, Jody (Gary) Aschenbrenner of Wisconsin, Erin (Bryan) Stewart of Florida, and Larry (Robin) Storar, deceased.

Her heart grew with the birth of each grandchild, Joshua (Danielle) Storar, Jessica (Jake) Heckel, Christopher Storar, Chelsea Storar, Jordan (Molly) Narvett, Savannah Stewart, Justin Narvett, Rex Stewart, Tristan Storar; step-grandchildren Faith, Justin (Amy), Camron, Morgan (Nate) Aschenbrenner.

She adored her great-grandchildren Calah, Dalton, Ripley, PJ and Jalynn.

Her heart always had room for more as she welcomed many more into the family with open arms.

Surviving are her brothers Gary L. Fleming, Sr. and Virgil “Gene” (Nancy) Fleming; her brother-in-law, Richard (Mary Margaret) Storar.  She was aunt to many nephews and nieces.

Preceding her in death were her parents, Virgil H. and Maxine Fleming; in-laws, Frank C. and Lillian Storar; brother, Robert Fleming; many brothers and sisters-in-law.

Judy was a faithful member of Grace Community Church in Pennsylvania where she had many friends she considered as family.  She helped in ministry and mission work and served at the Lighthouse emergency shelter.  She was also a member of Eastern Star Norwood Herrington Chapter 356.

Judy was a woman of many talents whose hands and heart served so many.  She not only raised her own children, but also fostered children, helped raise nephews and nieces, and was caretaker of friends’ children.  She was a master in taking care of her home, cooking, and gardening with her picturesque flowers and landscaping.  She easily mastered crafts and taught many the art of sewing & quilting, ceramics, and was hairdresser for her family, friends and neighbors.

She will be greatly missed!  We are comforted to know that her faith was strong and she is no doubt in God’s arms with Butch by her side.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff at Willow Lane Assisted Living in Appleton and the Heartland Hospice team for their excellent care.