Judith Ann Humitz, Judy to all who knew her, graduated to Heaven on December 15, 2022 at almost 85 years of age. On December 27, 1937, Judy arrived to join Mom & Dad, Ann & Gus (August) Wallick, as well as big sister Joyce. She rejoined them all, upon her passing.\n\nJudy was a daddy's girl and like him, loved to read. This served her well while recovering from Rheumatic Fever as a child. She missed close to a year of school, but this didn't slow her down! Judy kept reading and learning from home and graduated on time, with her class. Her home town of Dearborn, MI is where she would give her heart and marry Jack (John N) Humitz on June 15, 1957.\n\nJudy and Jack welcomed their only son, John Steven on February 13,1960. Judy adored her son and took every chance to make sure everyone knew it! They were very close. Judy would often join in the fun with John and his friends, but never overstayed her welcome. She always knew when to excuse herself and do her own thing.\n\nJudy was very social and took pride being involved in the Player's Guild of Dearborn. It was a lot of work, but also had a lot of good times with many friends.\n\nIn 1976 Bridget joined the family at the age of 13, giving Judy a daughter. Judy became a close friend and like a 2nd mom. On October 25, 1980 John and Bridget made it official and married. Ten years later on June 11, 1990 Judy was very happy when she became known as maw/ma with the birth of grandson Benjamin August. Granddaughter Jessica Marie arrived 4 years later on July 29, 1994.\n\nJudy had many jobs through the years - She ran a dress shop and did taxes. She made an anti- aging/softening skin oil, that her chemist father helped to put together. She sold it to friends and family, but never really distributed it. Judy was the General Manager of Di-Dro Systems, a Tool & Die shop, for many years. She even had son John working there for a while.\n\nJudy became involved with the ISO program through Di-Dro Systems. For a while she ran Di-Dro Systems and did ISO, until Di-Dro Systems closed. She created her own company, Magna Systems. She and her partner Mike would go to different states and help companies become ISO approved. At some point, she ran Magna Systems on her own. This was her dream job. She loved the job, being her own boss and making her own money. She continued to do this work well into her 70's. After that, she didn't do much with Magna Tech, but continued to work and help people. She loved making money, but was always responsible/frugal with her money. She liked her money to work for her.\n\nJudy loved gambling at the casinos, but was very strict when it cam to how much money she was willing to lose. She was pretty lucky and would frequently win, but she would walk away with her winnings.\n\nJudy loved to lay in the sun, most of the time with a book. It was very relaxing for her. She was known for enjoying her 5 o'clock Christian Brothers Brandy on the rocks, water on the side. Judy was a big hugger and always began and ended visits with a hug.\n\nJudy and Jack had a 2nd home in Arizona for many years, but Judy made it her permanent home, around 2005-2006, after her divorce from Jack. Judy and John Coffee became partners and shared a deep love for each other. They enjoyed some traveling, whether by cruise, car or plane. She loved her Arizona life. There too, she had many friends and worked many jobs. She was involved in many social events/celebrations. In Arizona, Judy became very involved with Catalina Mountain Elks #2815.\n\nJudy was always volunteering to help in every way possible and also became House Committee Chair for two years. She was able to use her skills as a leader and bring her financial knowledge to the table to increase the profitability of the lounge.\n\nJudy continued to help anyone that was down on their luck. She had many friends that became her family. As her health declined, those friends were always there for her and helped her get through some really tough times. We know that Judy was very grateful for all of them, and so was her Michigan family. Judy hated relying on other people, but was grateful she had so many people willing to help.\n\nJudy had a wonderful life while here. There were a lot of ups and downs, but she made the best of them either way and did things her way! We know Judy will continue to do things her way in Heaven and hope that she will continue to watch over all of her family/friends. Judy will be greatly missed by all that knew her. She will also be remembered with fondness/love and silly stories for years to come.\n\nThere are no gallery images.