Judith Cooper McCord

November 4, 1941 - November 8, 2021
Judith Cooper McCord


Judith Cooper McCord 80, passed away Monday, November 8, 2021 at Lower Cape Fear LifeCare in Wilmington, NC.

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  • November 10, 2021
    Debbie Turoff says:
    My beloved friend Judy had a light inside of her that could brighten the darkest of places. All who knew her were blessed by her grace, wisdom and compassion. Now God, the source of that light has called one of His masterpieces home. Shine in heaven dear Judy….

  • November 12, 2021
    Russ Berkoben says:
    My condolences to all of Judy's family. I met Judy at church but I really didn't get to know her that well until we served together on a mission trip to New Mexico. She loved serving the Lord and her beautiful spirit shined through every moment. Judy will be sorely missed.

  • November 13, 2021
    Karen Knighton says:
    My thoughts are with all of Judy's family at this time. I knew Judy when she was a member of of the Southport Woman"s Club. She was an engaged member who always was ready to help with the projects before us. She was especially active in our International Affairs Committee serving as a project chair to help make the projects successful. She will be missed for her tireless efforts in service to others.

  • November 14, 2021
    Dan & deanie ireton says:
    Our thoughts & prayers are with you all during this most difficult time Judy was such a beautiful, caring and fun loving person! RIP

  • November 19, 2021
    Budd and Meg Dingwall says:
    Judy was a dear friend, sister in Christ and our exercise/life coach. She modeled dealing with life’s challenges resisting regret or self pity. She led by example when losing her Dear Don and when she fought valiantly to stay yet accepted with grace and faith the time she was given. Judy’s warm smile, generous personality and hearty laugh were hallmarks of the “Judy experience” and she will always live in our memories. We are certain she was welcomed with a “Well done” from her Heavenly Father. We love you, Judy!