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Judith Lynn Isaacson

12/07/1961 - 04/06/2023


Obituary For Judith Lynn Isaacson

Judy (Witt) Isaacson, 61, of Cranston, RI died unexpectedly on Thursday, April 6, 2023.She was a 1979 graduate of Warren High School, Warren, RI and earned degrees at both Emmanuel and Simmons Colleges in Boston, MA.She was a self-employed global marketing and communications executive, serving the Medtech, BioTech and Life Sciences industries; she recently accepted the role of her dreams with SeeMedX of Las Vegas, NV, a start-up dedicated to advancing cardiac care. Judy was totally devoted to her career but also enjoyed music and participated seasonally in the 50-voice Greenwood Concert Choir at Greenwood Community Church, Presbyterian, in Warwick, RI. She loved scary movies and dogs and hoped to adopt a pug or two in the near future.Judy was the daughter of the late Earle and Antonette (Bodrian) Witt of Warren, RI; she is survived by her fiancé Fred Lomas of Middleboro, MA, her brother Earle Witt, Jr (Bonnie) of Mullica Hill, NJ, her sister Sandra Jannitto (John) of Warren, RI, her sister Audrey Witt of Cranston, RI, and 4 nieces and their families, including 2 great nieces and 2 great nephews.Judy was looking forward to her upcoming marriage and exciting new career before her unexpected death.Services are with Smith Funeral & Memorial Services, 8 Schoolhouse Rd. Warren, RI, where the family will receive relatives and guests for Visitation on Monday morning, April 17, 2023, from 9 - 10:30 AM. A Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 11:00 AM in St. Mary of the Bay Church, 645 Main St. Warren, RI. Burial will follow at St. Mary of the Bay Cemetery, Vernon Street, Warren, RI. For directions or tributes, please visit: to memorialize Judy’s life may be made to the Greenwood Concert Choir or to the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals as follows:Greenwood Concert Choir:, click "give now" and select "music program fund," or mail a check to 805 Main Ave, Warwick, RI, 02886, subject line "music fund.RISPCA:, or mail a check to the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 186 Amaral Street, Riverside, RI 02915.

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  • 04/30/2023

    Judy was a confidant, close friend, business advisor. She co-founded my business and made it possible. She was a leader in her field and she inspired so many. She was upbeat and recovering from so many stresses when I saw her on line the day before her passing. Her company, friendship and inspiration made a great difference in so many lives.

  • 04/20/2023

    Beautiful, Fun, and Sharp as a Tack Judy and I have been friends and colleagues for well over thirty years. We met professionally through connections we had in common. She was a marketing executive in need of a graphic designer and I was thrilled when she contacted me. Over the years we have worked on many projects together. When she became VP of marketing at Medical Support Systems in Cambridge Massachusetts she hired me as her graphics guy and we worked together for more than a year. She was the best boss. We kept in touch over the years to say happy birthday and merry Christmas. We would on occasion go out for dinner or drinks or to attend a concert. We have always shared a love for music. We had an especially good time when we went to see Joe Cocker in 2003 at the North Shore Music Theater in Beverly. It was an emotional musical ride, we laughed and we cried. In May of 2019 I declared to Judy my love for her over dinner at a restaurant in Woburn. We began our new relationship that night and over the weeks and months it began to gain momentum. In August of 2021 I asked her if she would marry me, and she said yes! We started to seriously plan our future together. We both had found our dream jobs and felt secure enough to purchase a townhouse in Middleboro together. She loves music, particularly vocal music. I remember how excited she was to introduce me to the a cappella singing group the Pentatonix. She was a talented singer and performed with the Greenwood Concert Choir. She loved animals too, particularly pugs and french bulldogs. We planned to adopt a dog or two in the near future. Judy also loved people and throughout her career she endeavored to help improve the lives of people in need of healthcare, particularly women, who she felt were underserved. She was a brilliant strategist, and took her role very seriously. Anyone who has worked with her knows her level of devotion and attention to detail. Judy is beautiful, fun, and sharp as a tack. Judy will forever be in my heart. I love her dearly and she loves me. She made my life better and always wanted the best for me. We loved each other unconditionally. I could never want for more. Let's not be sad that Judy is gone from us. Let's celebrate how lucky we all are to have been a part of her life, and to be the recipients of all the love and goodness she sent our way. God bless you Judy, and may God bless us all.

  • 04/19/2023

    My deepest condolences for Judith's family and friends. It was a great shock to hear of her passing. She will be missed. Roy Brickley

  • 04/14/2023

    Judy and I were childhood friends, she was a unique individual with a quirky sense of humor. My heartfelt condolences go out to her family and all those who will miss her deeply. Claudia (Brown) Medina

  • 04/14/2023

    My sincerest condolences to you, the family and friends of Judy.

  • 04/13/2023

    So sorry to hear about Judy's unexpected passing. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you


  • 5 TREES

    Cousin Janet Tidwell and family from Tomball, TX. planted 5 trees in memory of Judith Lynn Isaacson . - April 15, 2023

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