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Juddie A. Gilliam

January 20, 1961 ~ November 28, 2018 (age 57)

JUDDIE ANN GILLIAM, daughter of the late Robert Gilliam and Selena Stokes, was born on January 20, 1961 in Baltimore, Maryland. She departed this life on November 28, 2018 after a lengthy illness.

She received her education in the Baltimore City Public School System. After a break, she worked hard to go back and receive her G.E.D. Juddie was a hard worker that held several jobs when she was well enough to work. She retired from Allied Barton Security Services in 2015.

Her siblings remember her as a quiet child, who liked to sit and rock in a chair. She also loved staying at her mother's side. As she got older, he came out of her shell and discovered a love for singing. She was one of the first female singers in the band Panama.

As an adult, Juddie was a very outgoing person who made friends wherever she went. Her children remember her as a jokester who was always sticking her tongue out at them. She liked to eat Neapolitan ice cream, which she called "Chanillaberry." She loved books and would hold up a bathroom for hours just to finish the one she was reading. She was an artist who loved to draw. You would often find her drawings on display throughout her home. Juddie was also a talented poet and author of several short stories. In her spare time, she worked on craft projects. her grandchildren were the light of her life, and she lit up whenever they were in her presence.  

She married Eric Paul Sr. on July 27, 2001. Eric could never say no to her, and she had him wrapped around her little finger. The two remained happily married until her death.

She leaves to mourn: her loving husband, Eric Paul Sr.; children, Dwight Guyton Jr. (Annie), Quinn Fuller (Terrell), Clifton Johnson II (Christine), Kierra Gilliam, Dimitrius Gilliam, Sharnia Paul and Eric Paul Jr.;, siblings, Rodney Gilliam, Javana Jenkins, Audrey Gilliam and Allen Gilliam, she was proceeded in death by, Robin and James Gilliam; she also leaves to mourn, her beloved grandchildren, Jasmine, Mia, Essence, Dwight III, Anaya, Jahari, James, Amari, Carmen, Terrell Jr., Chase, Cailyn and Cade; one aunt, Renda Reed; ten nieces and nephews; a sister through love, Denise Robinson and a host of other relatives and friends.

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