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UNDERWOOD, Judith

Judith Ann Underwood
Services: Sat., Feb. 26, 1 p.m.
Judi was born October 25, 1945 in Bakersfield. She passed away February 19, 2000 in Bakersfield. Judi attended local schools graduating from East Bakersfield High School. She worked as a legal secretary during her career and was employed by Borton, Petrini and Conron until the present.
Judi is survived by her husband, Billy Underwood: her mother, Verna Carberry: her children, Robert Nelson, Errin Nelson, Shannon Black and husband Brian, Sharron Breadmont and husband Tony; Richard Underwood and wife, Jackie, Amy Bethel, Stacey Thomas and husband Richard; 14 grandchildren; sister Angie Carberry Simpson and her husband, Steve; and five nieces and nephews.
She was preceded n death by her father, Millard Carberry in 1996 and by her brother, Robert Carberry in 1997.
In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the American Heart Association, 404 Truxtun Ave, Bakersfield, CA 93301 in Judi�s name.
Judi�s celebration of life will be held at 1 pm on Saturday, February 26, 2000, at the Underwood home, 319 Real Road, Bakersfield.
Hopson-Anspach Family Mortuary Bakersfield

URIDGE, D.D.

Bakersfield Californian, Thursday, Jan. 25, 1912
headline: Death Claimed Mrs. C.A. Uridge

Shortly before 6 o'clock last evening, death claimed Mrs. C.A. Uridge who had arrived in Bakersfield from her home in Leadville, Colorado only a few days before. Mrs. Uridge was the sister of Mrs. C. F. Spillman and the daughter of Mrs. M. Morse of 1669 D Street and came to join them in this city in the hope of being benefited in health, having been a sufferer from kidney disease and inflammatory rheumatism. She was met in Oakland by Mr. Spillman and Saturday morning they arrived here. Tuesday Mrs. Uridge was removed to a private hospital. Her condition was very serious and the hard trip from the Eastern State badly weakened her. Although heroic means were pursued to prolong her life, death occurred last evening. She was a young woman, being only 26 years of age and her family has the sympathy of a large circle of local friends who are grieved to hear of her untimely end. Mrs. W.W. Thompson who is a cousin of Mrs. Uridge and her daughter will arrive from Los Angeles to attend the funeral which will be held Sunday from Morton and Connelly's Chapel.