Judith Ann Hurley passed away on September 2, 2018, surrounded by family, at the age of
Judi was born on July 4, 1943 in Concordia, Kansas, to Henry Herbert Poulsen and Martha
Jean Paddock. She was raised on her family’s farm with her brother and sister. She
graduated from Concordia High School. Having moved to California for work, she met her
future husband, George William Hurley in Orange County. After their marriage at Knott’s
Berry Farm, they moved to Northern California where they started their family. During the
years with the children in California, Judi worked as a paralegal secretary. In 1990, she and
her family relocated to Maryland. Throughout her adult life she lived in Italy, Virginia, Oregon,
California, and Montana, spending much time in each location with members of her family.
In 2016, Judi relocated back to the east coast dividing time with each of her son’s and their
families. Judi enjoyed spending time with her Grandchildren and watching Jeopardy with her
family. She loved music, crossword puzzles and was an avid reader. She enjoyed talking
about current events and studying new things.
She is survived by her sons, Gavin and Geoff Hurley, their wives Kristyn and Kristine, and five
grandchildren: Garrett, Sarah, Vincent, Evelyn and Gavin; her Brother Norris and Sister Pat
and their children Kevin and Jeffrey including numerous family, friends and loved ones.
A service will be held on _November 10,2018 at Greenwich Presbyterian Church in Gainesville. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations are
provided to the Adler Center for Caring (Aldie, VA) in her memory.
Our fine facility has ample parking, offers two chapels, family rooms, parlors, and an on-site crematory. Operated since 1836 - we are the oldest continuously operated business in Fauquier County, VA and centrally located in the county and close to most nursing homes and the hospital.