Judy L. Schick

judy schick
Judy L. Schick, of Seguin, and a San Antonio native, passed on August 15, 2014 at the age of 71. Judy was born March 18, 1943 in San Antonio to Claude Jenkins and Ruth Fry Jenkins. Judy's working career included employment as a coffee sales representative. Survivors include her loving husband, W.R. "Vic" Schick; sons, Gary L. Rodriguez and Brett Rodriguez; daughter, Stacy Craddock; grandchildren, Justus and Sonny Rodriguez; brothers, Gary and Paul Jenkins. In addition, Judy is survived by her sister-in-law, Betty Jenkins. Visitation will be held from 5:00pm to 9:00pm on Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at the Lux Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral services are scheduled for 10:00am on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at the funeral home with interment to follow at Hill Country Memorial Gardens. God gave us a loving wife, mother and companion who will be dearly missed.

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  1. Judy is my only sister in our family of three boys (Thomas Jenkins, Paul Jenkins and me Gary Jenkins). Thomas passed in 2002. Over the years while Judy was married to her great husband, Vic Schick, my wife (Faye) and I stayed with them and Judy and Vic were always great host. Judy loved all her children dearly and her grand children especially. Judy was very proud of her beautiful plants around her and Vic’s home in Seguin. She also loved her two dogs and a certain red bird that visited for several years. Judy was always interested in what I was doing, especially after my retirement in 2004. I tried to keep her updated. We will miss our great friend and hostess in Texas, but will never forget her. I have a 1000 memories that will last forever. Many thanks to her “Man of Steel”, Vic for all he did for her, especially in her last several years. Love to Judy and many thanks to Vic. Loving brother, Gary Claude Jenkins, Indianapolis. May God Bless Us All.

  2. First of al, I share my deepest sympathy for all. Judy will be greatly missed, I never saw a more devoted mother, she would make these amazing breakfasts for the kids growing up, and she made the wonderful sandwiches, she was always thinking of others, and doing he best to please them. Her daughter Stacy, my best friend since 5th grade was her world, she was always there for her, and I know she will find a way to always continue to be with her someway, somehow..she lived a long happy life and she is no longer suffering, so when you think of her happiness remeber she is free now and waiting to welcome us all someday with her open loving arms. Peace to the family Love Sunni Stalbird

  3. We were neighbors of the Jenkins on Denver Street in San Antonio for years. We have fond memories of Judy and parents and brothers. Or sympathies to the family.

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