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Judith (Judy) Schrepel

Judith (Judy) Karen Schrepel

Sunday, January 13th, 1935 - Thursday, December 26th, 2019
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On December 26th, 2019, Judith Karen (Hohner) Schrepel passed away at the Penrose Hospital in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She was 84 years old.

Judy was born on January 13, 1935, in Dodge City, Kansas, to Myrtle Alice (Parsons) and Leonard Fenton Hohner. She was a dust bowl baby and was raised on the farm NW of Ulysses in Grant County, Kansas.

Growing up she enjoyed the country life and went to school in Ulysses. She attended Fort Hays State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree.

On August 26, 1956, she married Wilfred Eugene Schrepel and they raised two boys in Ulysses. She was a warm and loving mother. Her kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids were her great joy.

Judy was a dedicated educator for 29 years first in Plainville and Norton then in Ulysses, Kansas. She was certainly a part of her community and active in the Grace Lutheran Church, Book club, Monday Study club, Sorority, Bridge club, was a director of the Grant County Scholarship Foundation and participated in several Quilt groups among others. Making beautiful quilts for her family and friends was her passion.

Judy is survived by her two sons, Douglas Schrepel of Colorado Springs, and Bradley Schrepel of Ketchikan, Alaska; her five grandchildren, Caitlin Schrepel of Seattle, Jordan Schrepel of Seattle, Marissa Schrepel of Colorado Springs, Alanna Schrepel of Bellingham, Washington, and Wyatt Schrepel of Seattle; and two great-grandchildren, Ellie and Nora Hendricks of Seattle.

Services will be held on Tuesday, December 31, 2019, at 10:30 AM at the First United Methodist Church in Ulysses, Kansas, with Reverend Todd Guinn officiating. Graveside service is Tuesday, December 31, 2019, at 4:00 PM at Lakin Comanche Cemetery in Ellinwood, Kansas, with Reverend Kenton Abbott officiating. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Grant County Scholarship Foundation in care of Garnand Funeral Home, 405 W. Grant Ave., Ulysses, Kansas 67880. Condolences may be posted at
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  • Service

    Tuesday, December 31st, 2019 | 10:30am
    Tuesday, December 31st, 2019 10:30am
    First United Methodist Church
    321 W Grant Avenue
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  • Interment

    Lakin Comanche Cemetery
    Graveside service 4:00 PM Tuesday, December 31, 2019


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Carol Riedel

Posted at 05:32pm
Am so sorry to hear of my dear friend Judy’s death. We taught together at Sullivan School and shared fun times with our fellow teachers. We did crafts for holiday decorating but she never could convince me to quilt.... which was her main passion. We enjoyed shopping and having lunch together ..... mostly in Garden City. And, just the being together and chatting. I best remember how kind she was during my time of grief at Howard’s passing. She was always there for me which I so appreciated.
Doug and Brad, my thoughts and prayers are continuing for you both. You had such a special Mother. She now joins Wilfred and can Rest In Peace. Carol Riedel


Louise Jones

Posted at 06:00pm
Judy was a close friend of mine for many years. She and Joy Briggs helped me to make my first quilt. We enjoyed working in Judy’s basement which we lovingly called the sweat shop.

Through the years we attended many quilt classes together. Also, we both liked to read so we shared lots of books. We had lots of fun together. Judy became more like a sister than a friend. She will sincerely be missed.
Louise Jones

Alyne Strube

Posted at 12:18am
Judy was a dear and special friend spanning many years when our children were growing up. Judy was my matron of honor when Don and I were married and Wilfred was Dons best man. Our families spent many years together on the Colorado ski slopes. Doug and Brad, my family sends deep heart felt condolences to each of you. Alyne Major Strube

Nancy Burgess

Posted at 09:44pm
Judy was such a dear friend. I taught with her and belonged to ESA sorority in Ulysses but the greatest memories her and Wilfred were building of Grace Lutheran Church.

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