From Central Park Historical Society Encyclopedia
Judith was proud of her Puetro Rican heritage and was the founder of the Hispanic American Women's Club of Long Island which was the first of its distinction to join the New York State Federation of Women's Clubs. Judith was proud to acknowledge that she attended SUNY Farmingdlae and Hofstra University. She gave back to ourcommunity as president of the Women's Club of Bethpage and very active in the Rotary Club's "Gift of Life Program". and a member of the Central Park Historical Society.
Judith was was proud of the accomplishments of her husband Jamie and her children Jamie, Jacqueline, Judith and Joeline.
Judith passed away on May 22, 2012, and her wish was, with the help of God, to leave this world a better place, and those who knew her can attest to the fact that her mission was accomplished.
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