Breckenridge Texan

Judy Westbrook

Judy Westbrook
September 04
10:16 2020

Judy Darnell Westbrook, 71, went home to our Lord and Savior on Monday, August 31, 2020. Her funeral service will be at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 5, at Gunsight Baptist Church with Rex Boggs officiating. Interment will follow at the Breckenridge Cemetery. Her family will welcome friends and visitors at a visitation from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. on Friday, September 4, in the Melton-Kitchens Chapel of Memories.

Judy was born on October 24, 1948, in Nashville, Tennessee, to Eben and Rosalyn Darnell. On September 11, 1972, she welcomed her son, Stephen, who she liked to call “Her little boy.” On February 14, 1997, she married her darling husband, Java Glenn Westbrook, and gained three more children: Javette, Courtney, and Java Jr. She graduated from Donelson High School in 1966 and Middle Tennessee in 1968 with a Degree in Business. Judy worked for Doyle Whitaker as an Oil and Gas Landman for over thirty years. She also owned and operated Javco, Inc. since 1998.

Judy was an active member of Gunsight Baptist Church for 25 years. She taught Sunday school and was over the Sunday bulletin for many years.

Judy enjoyed her yearly trips to Cozumel, Mexico, and loved her Elvis Presley cruises. She was an avid collector of roosters and angels. Judy loved her family more than anything and enjoyed entertaining for family and friends.

Judy is survived by four children, Stephen Brown and wife Misty of Broussard, Louisiana, Javette Lowry and husband Mario of Mineral Wells, Texas, Courtney Nichols and husband Matthew of Abilene, Texas, and Java Westbrook Jr. of Breckenridge, Texas. She is also survived by her nine grandchildren, Alissa Brown, Bailie Brown, Mason Westbrook, Madyson Babcock, Tyrone Babcock, Alexys Short, Olivia Short, Trevin Short, and Kynlie Nichols.

Judy was preceded in death by her husband, Java Westbrook, and her mother and father.

Memorial donations in Judy’s name can be made to Gunsight Baptist Church or to the church’s youth group and can be left at the funeral home office. Condolences can be made online at meltonkitchens.com.

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