December 17, 1948 - August 25, 2020

Judith A. O'Toole, 71, of Baldwin, New York passed away on August 25, 2020. Beloved wife of Richard P. O'Toole. Loving mother of Shannon O'Toole, Sean O'Toole (Cathy), Megan Basso (John) and Judi Fleming (Wil). Dear sister of Margie. Cherished grandmother of four grandchildren. Reposing at the Fullerton Funeral Home, Inc., 769 Merrick Road, Baldwin, New York on Monday, August 31, 2020 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday, September 1, 2020, 10:00 a.m. at Saint Christopher's R.C. Church in Baldwin, New York. Interment to follow at Calverton National Cemetery in Calverton, New York. fullertonfhny.com


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Thoughts & Prayers

Posted by Theresa Mignone Wineman on
Judy will be missed by all of the family. I will forever cherish the relationship I had with my sweet cousin.
Posted by Maria Vasta on
SO sorry and saddened to hear about the passing of your Beloved Mom/Grandmother/wife!! Please accept our Condolences for this terrible loss!! May she Rest In Eternal Peace! God Bless and comfort your family at this difficult time and always. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. Stay strong...take care. Love, Marina, Ray, Gianluca & Marco VASTA
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Posted by Fran LaSala on
Heartfelt condolences for the loss of your wife, mother and grandma. Gone too soon. Now an angel in
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Posted by Megan on
Love you always, mom. Will forever miss you
Posted by Elaine Applebaum on
So sorry to hear of your loss. I am an old brookside mom and she was a fun, loving and caring person. I remember going to the house and having tea with a few of the ladies. May she Rest In Peace and be in no more pain. She is now walking pain free.
Elaine
Posted by Knudsen Family on
Dear O’Tool Family,
We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your wonderful mom ! She was always a ray of sunshine and we know she will be terribly missed. You’re all in our thoughts and prayers. May she Rest In Peace.
Posted by Jill Grupski on
I too am an "old Brookside " Mom. I've always said that you meet some of your Best Friends on the kindergarten line. And that was the case for Judy and I. My daughter Karen and Megan were friends and Judy and I became fast friends also. Judy was so friendly and open and honest. As a new person to the neighborhood, she introduced me to everyone she knew and made me feel included. She was just that kind of person. Judy adored her family and was so proud of them for all of their accomplishments. My family and I moved out of state more than 30 years ago. But Judy and I still kept in touch. Every year she would send me a Christmas card with a letter all about her family.
Who writes letters anymore? Judy did! God Bless her. I heard all about the engagements, weddings, grandbabies. Her family was her life and she loved you all fiercely! It is so sad that such a gentle soul as Judy is no longer with us, but her influence on us will live on through us forever. Judy I will miss you! Fondly Jill Grupski
Posted by Shannon OToole on
I will forever be missing you. I know your in the field w the flowers and horses now..
Posted by Knudsen Family on
Dear O’Tool Family,
We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your wonderful mom ! She was always a ray of sunshine and we know she will be terribly missed. You’re all in our thoughts and prayers. May she Rest In Peace.
Posted by Margaret Meihoefer on
Dear O'Toole Family...will always remember your mom as such a happy person, driving down Oak Street with a big smile and a huge wave out of her car window yelling "Margaret, how are you?" God bless all of you!
Posted by Ellen Cates on
To The O’Tool Family:
Judy was a true expression of God’s love. She drew many people with her grace, love and kindness. She had a lovely way of making you see goodness and light in the most oppressive situations through her beautiful, twinkling eyes. Her infectious laughter (really a child like giggle) gave life and joy to any sad or broken heart. I met Judy almost 48 years ago at New York Telephone Company (Ma Bell) or Verizon as it is known today. Judy’s essence back then was as it was 3 weeks ago when we last spoke. She shared hope, spirit and gave into laughter for our next conversation. I will miss her letters and pictures of her beautiful family. I will miss sharing stories about Ma Bell, our families, our present lives. I will miss our political chats but what I’ll miss most is the anticipation of that letter or call...Judy was a Blessing given by God to our lives; one called friend, one who will truly be missed. See you on the other side my friend!
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