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Fountain, Judith E.

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May 3, 1950 - March 14, 2019

Fountain, Judith E.

In loving memory of Judith Eileen Fountain

On March 14th, 2019, Judith Fountain joined her Father Nicolo A. Santangelo, her mother Alma Joyce Santangelo, and her brother Johnny Santangelo in Heaven. Judith is survived by her Husband, Samuel Fountain Sr., her son Samuel Fountain Jr., her Sister Susan Davis, her Brothers, Phillip, William, and Nicolo Santangelo. Also by her nieces, Jennifer Powers, Christine Crippen, Sarah Cason, Autumn Cuccio and Michelle Proctor.

She was the most loving wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend. No matter if she knew someone for twenty minutes or twenty years, people would say she had the biggest hugs and the brightest smile. Even to the last moments of her life, she had a smile and a nurturing calm, saying “everything will be okay”. She was loved and will be missed by many. Everyone who knew her felt lucky to have had her in their lives.

“Rest in Peace my love.” ~ Samuel

Arrangements under the direction of:

ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home

19310 Preston Road

Dallas, Texas 75252

(214) 306-6700

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Estela Lopez

April 07, 2019 12:58PM

I never going to Forget you, sunshine 💐RIP.

Erin Hill

March 29, 2019 8:50PM

I will always remember Judy as a warm and embracing neighbor. I was drawn to her beautiful smile and nurturing personality. Judy will be missed always. I pray for her loved ones at this time. Judy, thank you for being a shining light in this world!

Nancy Harrison

March 28, 2019 2:39PM

I will miss your hugs.and visits.
Prayers for you and Family.
Love you ,RIP

Jennifer Powers

March 27, 2019 1:55PM

To the most beautiful woman I've ever known on this planet. She truly was the most open-hearted, kindness of speaking, never judgmental Aunt for me. She taught me so many things in life on how to become a loving aunt myself. I'm going to miss her truly. I fully believe in my heart she is so happy to be with her mother and her father as well as her brother. Even though that doesn't take the ache out of my heart and the tears that fall down my face. I can take comfort that she's no longer in pain and that she will be a constant watch over me from above. I love you and miss you dearly but you will never ever be forgotten. Love you always Jennifer

Patricia Routt

March 26, 2019 5:26PM

Judy had a smile that could melt the coldest heart. She lived her life in sunshine and goodness. In this time of grief we can all be so grateful for our memories of joyful, wonderful times together. As you celebrate her life remember her smile, her laughter, her voice, and how much she loved all of her family and how lucky we all were to have had her in our lives. We will miss her always and just the slightest thing will make us remember her, a song, a fragrance, a movie, and because we remember she will live on in our hearts. I loved my sweet little cousin so much and will always miss her.