Judith Ann Brunk, 81 of Vero Beach FL, passed peacefully to Heaven on July 26, 2021 after succumbing to a long illness.
Judith was born November 23, 1939 in Brooklyn, NY to the late George and Winifred Bradford. During high school, she met Robert Brunk and they married after his service in the Navy. Their love story endured for 65 years blessing them with 3 children. Judith is lovingly remembered as a strong, smart, and honest mother who always showed kindness. She is survived by her husband, Robert and children, Steven Brunk (Carlene), Robert Brunk Jr (Marcy), Melissa Gomes, five grandchildren and her sister Claire Ranstrom of West Boylston MA.
Judith worked beside her family in their own business where she obtained the FTD Master Florist certification. She enjoyed reading a good mystery novel, sailing the New England coast and working with flowers.
A private family service will be held at a later date.
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