Judy Albrecht obituaryIn Loving Memory…

Norma “Judy” Albrecht

Norma “Judy” Craig Albrecht, 96, of Sedalia, MO, formerly of Norborne, MO, passed away Friday, January 22, 2021 at Bothwell Regional Health Center.

She was born October 29, 1924, in Norborne, a daughter of the late Jerry and Ethel (Scheible) Craig. On February 17, 1943, in Norborne, she was married to Albert Glenn Albrecht who preceded her in death on September 23, 2010.

Judy was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and St. Ann’s Altar Society in Norborne.  She was also a member of K&K Club, Garden Club and Midwest Tool Association.

She is survived by two daughters, Nancy Ruth Albrecht Coe and Mary Jane Albrecht, both of Kansas City, MO; a son, David Joseph Albrecht, and his wife, Betty, of Sedalia; a daughter-in-law, Mary (Waters) Albrecht, of Norborne; and a sister, Marion Kimbrough, of Norborne; seven grandchildren, Diane (Coe) Bailey, and her husband, Jimmy, John Coe, Jr., Sybil (Mann) Caswell, and her husband, David, Lauren (Mann) Hendrickson, and her husband, Carter, Emily Albrecht Lang, and her husband, Chris, Kelly Albrecht Miller, and her husband, Justin, Philip David Albrecht, and his wife, Ashley; 13 great-grandchildren, Draven, Joan, Eli, Ila, Silas, Ashton, Addison, Kellan, Savannah, Natalie, Winn, Payne, and Sadie.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Linda Lee Albrecht Sims; a son, Dennis Wayne Albrecht; and four siblings, Floyd Craig, Kenneth Craig, Viola Wille and Ruth Lowrey.

A private Mass of Christian Burial will be Monday, January 25, 2021 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Norborne.

Burial will be in Norborne Catholic Cemetery.

Memorials are suggested to Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 403 South Walnut, Norborne, MO 64668 or HELP Service of Carroll County, 15 West Washington St, Carrollton, MO 64633.

Arrangements are under the direction of Heckart Funeral Home in Sedalia, MO.


4 Responses

  1. Dear Albrecht Family, Please accept my sincere sympathy and prayers. And know she is resting in the hand of the Lord, eternally. Fondly, Pam

  2. I can’t imagine life without this very special woman, mother, grandmother in it. I’ll miss gathering with her loving extended family every Christmas Eve for 40 years. I’ll miss us fiercely fighting and gleefully gaming at Dominos and Back-Up. I’ll miss her homemade noodles and meringue pies and her bringing out never-ending dish after covered dish from the refrigerator. I’ll miss exchanging Norborne gossip with her, reading her Hollywood magazines, and exchanging family recipes with her. I’ll miss her wonderful humor, her teasing manner, and loving mothering attention. She gave me the biggest gift a human could give another: she gave me her daughter, my best friend since Kindergarten who in so many positive ways projects her mother. Through teary eyes, I can see her dancing and twirling with the love of her life, sweet funny gentle Glenn, they are smiling and laughing, teasing and flirting, that twinkle in her eye ever gleaming so brightly…she is home ❤❤❤

  3. David and Betty,
    Please know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers. No doubt, David, your mother will be sorely missed. As I look at her photo, it is certainly obvious where you get your mischievious grin. May your family find comfort in your memories, and the assurance she is now in the glorious presence of our Lord Jesus Christ and the saints who have gone before her.
    With sympathy,
    Susan Lemler

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