Dennis (Denny) K Judd born December 13th, 1942, passed away in his home surrounded by his loving family on September 12th, 2022, due to complications after a recent injury. He was born in Standardville, Utah to Donna Alger-Judd and Dell Judd. He married Darla Rosenlof on April 12th, 1982.
He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, living a life of total devotion to his family. He was strong, caring, loyal, and a true gentleman. He cared for so many people adopting life-long friends and family along the way. Denny was a true sports fan and athlete. He played Football, Basketball, and Baseball at Carbon High School in Price, Utah. He also played football at the University of Utah. Denny graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Sports Medicine in 1963. After graduating college, Denny spent 46 years dedicated to his career in the Trucking Industry.
Denny is preceded in death by his parents; sister Shirlee Wilstead; and his grandson, Cobey Judd. He was survived by his five children, Deena Ericksen (Jimmy), Shawn Judd (Penny), Nicole Judd, Michael Patience (Kim), Kandace van Heel (Rick); 14 Grandchildren; and 12 Great-Grandchildren.
A viewing will be held on Saturday, September 17th, 2022, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary. Graveside services will follow at 12:00 PM at the Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, 1950 East Dimple Dell Road (10600 South), Sandy, Utah.
I was sad to see that Denny has passed away. We were good friends back in the high school days. Sending prayers to his family. He was a wonderful friend
My condolences go out to Denny's Family, what a gentle giant Denny was, he was my foreman at Garrett Freight Lines from 1666 to 1979, I so enjoyed working for and with him through the years, sorry to read of his passing, I'm sure he will be missed by many people especially his loving family.
Dear Judd Family,
So sorry to hear about Denny’s passing. He will be dearly missed. Your family is in our prayers.
Scott and Susie Kos
So sorry for your loss. May the peace of God—that peace which passeth all understanding—fill your hearts and lift your spirits at this time of loss and assure you that this separation is only temporary!
Darla, I am so sorry to learn of Denny's passing. He was one of the few GOOD men I knew in the trucking industry. He always treated me with kindness.
I have fond memories of Denny and you Darla.
Sadly there are few of us from Garrett and CF days still around. One of these days we shall meet at the big terminal in the sky! Then we shall no longer have to load and unload trucks.