Judith Ann Renaldo
Judy Renaldo, 66, a long-time resident of Fairmont, passed away on August 31, 2019 at Brookdale Memory Care in Midlothian, Virginia. She had a great love for children and served many years as a pediatric nurse at Fairmont General Hospital. She is survived by a brother and sister-in-law, a niece and nephew, and many other relatives and friends, who will remember her caring nature. Donations may be made in her memory to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital or The Multiple System Atrophy Coalition.
Published on September 21, 2019


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Katharine Grieco-Ridenour
Sep 29, 2019
My condolences on Judy's passing. Even though I didn't know Judy very well, I do remember as a child at family gathering she would always speak to my mother. If I happen to see her when running errands, she would always ask about my mom. She was a very kind and loving person.
John Carl and JoAnn Cosco
Sep 27, 2019
Our deepest sympathy , Judy was a caring, loving person to all. May she Rest In Peace !
Sharon Rogers-Moody
Sep 22, 2019
So Sorry for your loss. I worked with Judy on several occasions in Peds. She was a wonderful Nurse and cared about her patients. You are in my prayers.
Jeanne Cavrich Renshaw
Sep 22, 2019
so sorry, always enjoyed working with Judy she was a wonderful nurse
Lu Duckworth
Sep 22, 2019
You will be missed greatly. I only worked with you a few times however it was good. I am sorry we lost a great nurse . My prayers for the family.
Linda Brown
Sep 22, 2019
So sorry about Judy's passing. She was a
Special nurse to the children as my Son was a patient of hers. She was so kind and understanding of the little ones. A very sweet, professional nurse.
Sharon "Stotler" Littleton
Sep 22, 2019
As young children, Judy and her brother lived next door and we spent many of hours playing together. Even as a child, Judy was kind and compassionate...RIP