Judith Ann Moore, 49, was born Judith Ann Romo to Judy Baker and Raul Romo in Bakersfield, CA on May 28, 1972 and was called home to be with our Lord on October 21, 2021.
She is preceded in death by our Oldest Son Isaiah Moore; Grandparents, Grandmother, Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins.
She is survived by her husband of 18 years, Antonio Moore; Young Children: Susanna, Jayson, and Savanna; Father Raul Romo, Mother Judy Baker; Brothers Adam Romo and Greg Olmos; Nephew Gregory Garcia and Niece Valerie Garcia; Lots Aunts and Uncles; and Numerous Cousins.
Judith gave birth to her first joy, Isaiah in 1997 and raised him for 2 years until she met the love of her life, Antonio Moore, in the summer of 1999. Judith, Antonio, and son Isaiah became a family when the two married on August 28, 2003 and started their lives together. For about a decade they grew as a family under God, and devoted their lives to each other. And then extended their family when Judith gave birth to Susanna, then a few years later to Jayson, and a few years later to Savanna. The traditions and love that Judith and Antonio provided to their family continue today under God.
She was a strong spiritual woman after the loss of Isaiah in 2017, but her faith in God never shifted, only during her journey in search of Isaiah did she begin to understand God’s loving universe. Judith believed that we are all connected and part of God, and enjoyed knowing that one day she would be reunited with Isaiah.
Judith was mother first, and the love for her children shined bright, and wife second with everlasting love together forever. Judith loved her little family and enjoyed being a part of their lives, and will continue through God.
For those that had the amazing opportunity to have her as a part of their lives in the past and present know that her smile and laugh is something that will be missed, but we must cherish the time and memories that we had with her as she is not gone, just waiting for us with God. Judith would not want anyone to lose hope, as the love of your little families will keep you strong and moving forward step by step, day by day… surviving loss. When she finally understood what prayer was, she prayed a lot after Isaiah’s passing. She prayed for herself, our family, for her extended family, and others she did not know. So please do not lose sight of hope, as loved ones are not truly gone, they’re standing next to you, they’re holding you, and they are always loving you.
Judith wrote once… “Our little family has stuck together for years, and in our hearts we know that we’ll be together forever more, we are truly blessed.”
Services will be held December 3rd and 4th, 2021 at Doughty Calhoun O'Meara Funeral Chapel. Friday December 3, 2021 - Visitation 4pm-6pm followed by Rosary 6pm. Saturday December 4, 2021 - Visitation 9am followed by Chapel Service 10am.