That is Judy taking a drink of the bubbly with Janet on her left and Rosemary on the right. Welcome to the Forum. When I heard last night it was very, very sad news Thank you posting that great picture. Best to all of you – Erin. Judy was a lovely person and fought her illness bravely for many years. Howden had driven the car in the first 3 GPs of , a really nice person.
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At Maidenhead Judy was the first American elected Ladies Captain and led the club teams in competitive play winning numerous honors. That picture is beautiful and thank you very much for posting it.
Sign In Need an account? Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. One was immediately struck by her quiet tanley and competitive spirit mixed with a caring and geniune personality. Their joint effort is an outstanding example to us all. Unfortunately, Judy developed cancer in and after a courageous fight, she passed away April 27, at her Bay Area home, surrounded by her family.
She frequently traveled to England, where she met the love of her life, Grand Prix driver Howden Ganley of New Zealand, to whom she has been very happily married for nearly 32 years.
We are truly comforted by them mudy I especially love reading about your jud of mom, so keep posting them for me! Among her accomplishments were being voted Women Racer of the Year by the California Motorsports Press Association and finishing first in class and nineteenth overall with co-drivers Janet Guthrie and Rosemary Smith at the Jkdy 12 hours.
We enjoyed many games of golf together and she was always fiercely competetive which was undoubtedly one of the attributes that helped her endure her illness.
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May she rest in peace. Racinh arrived on my birthday 12th Feb and we had a most pleasant dinner at the Ponsonby Fire Station where Judy had the ‘best lemon meringue pie’ ever. I’ve forgotten my password. Her friends and family have been robbed of an intelligent, fun loving person with a sharp wit and a sincere interest in the lives of those around her. Posted 06 May – Posted 03 May – That is Judy taking a drink of the bubbly with Janet on her left and Rosemary on the right.
A talented athlete, Judy enjoyed and excelled at golf, winning many prestigious amateur tournaments along the way. It should also be said that Mom was a lady of the old school as well, one who exemplified courage with dignity, ganlej grace with warmth and compassion up to the end.
Posted 11 May – So, Howden, if you are keeping an eye on us, you can have no idea how many people have rung or e mailed and all want to do something to celebrate the life of a very brave lady. I’m supposed to be the ‘good ideas’ department but at the moment, I must admit to very little inspiration, but there is time to think, so that we can get it right. Besides her on-track advice, Judy gained considerable experience in aerodynamics and was involved in several wind-tunnel programs.
You know your mother had some pretty whacky friends Posted 01 May – The emergency services were rather poor that day and he died in the car, burned to death.
No doubt the fact her brother and husband were racing with the San Francisco Region had some influence, however, it was something else that kindled her desire…the smell of Castrol Oil. Mom was an astute student of human nature which, given her genuine interest in others, meant that she could be a truly wise counselor when you needed one; I often did, and was very grateful for Mom’s constant love, support and motivating example, albeit from afar my wife, Camie, and I live in PA, not CA, unfortunately, and we deeply regret that we could not be in CA once Mom gan,ey Howden moved there permanently.
If anyone else wants to post their thoughts I know they would be most welcome. Our thoughts are with you Howden, ErinEric and all other family members. Welcome to the Forum.