Judith A. Rines October 1, 1960 - August 30, 2022

Judith Allison Rines

On Tuesday August 30, 2022, our beloved sister, aunt, and friend went home to be with the Lord.
Judy was born in Ridley, Pennsylvania to Marian and Stanley E. Rines Sr. on October 1, 1960. She was a lifelong resident of Middletown Township. Graduated Penncrest High School Class of 1980. She was employed at Container Research Corporation for over thirty-five years where she managed Print Control.
Judy loved family gatherings, friends, puzzles, sports, creating hook rugs and traveling. She loved koala bears and travelled to Australia twice, many trips to Disney and throughout the states, Mexico, New Zealand, London, and Costa Rica.
One of eight children, she was dearly loved by her parents, sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, and friends. She was a beloved companion and caregiver to our mother and father. Best friends with her extended family and caregivers Debby, Howard, Samantha, Jessica, Becca, and Howie Viguers.
She is predeceased by her parents Marian and Stanley E. Rines, Sr. and her brothers Michael and Terrence Rines.
She is survived by her siblings Suzanne (Dan), Barbara (Bill), Scott, Stanley E. Rines, Jr. (Lora), and Rebecca (Tim); sister in laws Fran and Jean; her nieces and nephews Stephanie, Laurie, Matthew, Alexander, Danielle, Jennifer, Julie, Kristen, Jason, Tamarind, Bethany, Victoria, Emma, Molly, Ted, Camila, Saige, Ben, Tyler, Mary, Becca, and Bobby; her great nieces and nephews Stella, George, Henry, Abigail, Quintin, Mya, Maddie, Joseph, Warren, Leilani, Bianca, Bella, Ian, Lorna, Gracie, Asher, Caleb, Liam, Verity, Hayden, Callie, Nathan, Matthew, Aubree, Kyle, and Kayla; and her best friends Debbie and Howard Viguers and family.
Funeral services were held privately. Donations can be made to in Judy’s name to Compassionate Care Hospice, 600 N. Jackson St, Media, PA, 19063.

Online condolences can be sent via www.batemanfuneralhome.com

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