Judy Stanley Reed
# 3 Ashland Place
St. Charles, MO 63301-4605
Phone: (636) 946-4085
E-mail: granjudy@sbcglobal.net

Updated September 2015

My little 4 year old grandson Austin is now 17 and he has a sister Ashley who is 9 years old. They live only 20 minutes from me so I get to see them often.

My daughter Sharyn is a songwriter who lives in Franklin, TN and she also now has 2 children Ken (12) and Sofia (8).

I am now retired and live a full, very busy and happy life.

The best and most important thing that I have ever done with my life is to become a follower of Jesus Christ my Lord and Savior.

(I regret to say that I did not make it to the 2005 reunion because I had to care for my elderly parents at that time. I also regret that I will not make this reunion because my daughter and grandkids will be here that week. Every year she comes to a special songwriters seminar and I get to spend some quality time with Ken & Sofia.)

Have a wonderful reunion everyone. I will be thinking of you all.

Originally posted in 2005

I'll tell you everything there is to know about me....and probably more than you wanted to know. I started first grade in Sharon and then in 11th grade my Dad got sent to Germany on business. We were sitting in Logan airport waiting for our flight to Germany the day President Kennedy was shot.....11-22-63. We lived in Germany for a year and then moved back to the States the end of 1964. We moved to Norwood, MA ....and I graduated with a class that I hardly knew. I went to nursing school in Cambridge....met and married Fred Reed from Norwood and we had 2 children...Sharyn & Doug. I have a 4 year old grandson who is a delight.....and I got divorced in 2000. I have been working at the AMERICAN RED CROSS Blood Services...MO-IL Region in St Louis, MO for almost 10 years now. I live in a little town 26 miles North West of St Louis called St Charles. It is on the banks of the Missouri River. Well, that's me ! I sure look forward to 2005....and the next reunion. I am so sorry that I missed the last one. It looked like it was lots of fun.