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Judith Laswell

November 20, 1945 — November 24, 2022

Judith Ann Laswell (Rader) was born in Texas County, Missouri, on November 20th, 1945, to Edwin C. and Dorothy M. (Bryant) Rader. She departed this life on November 24th, 2022, in her home in Nolands Point, with her loving husband, Marvin, by her side.

Judy attended school in Mountain Grove, Missouri. In 1966, Judy married Russell “Dean” Agee. A daughter Cynthia “Cindy”, and twin boys, Sean David and Eddie Dean were born to this union. In 1984, Judy found the love of her life Marvin Laswell, with whom she would spend the rest of her life with for 38 wonderful years.

Judy and Marvin spent 23 years of their life together as team drivers for IWX Trucking Company, traveling all over the United States while living in Stotts City, Missouri. Eventually Judy and Marvin relocated to Nolands Point where her dream of living on the lake became a reality.

Judy loved so many things, and at the top of that list was her dogs. She loved being on the lake with family and friends, and she also enjoyed going to yard sales.

Christmas was her favorite holiday. She always decked her yard out with inflatable decorations. Judy was most happy when her house was filled with family and friends laughing and playing cards or her favorite game, Rummikub.

Judy was preceded in death by her parents, and her infant twin sons.

She is survived by her loving husband, Marvin, of their home, her daughter, Cynthia “Cindy” Fitzcharles and significant other, Brad Campbell, of Norwood, Missouri, two granddaughters, Kimberly Boley of Mountain Grove, Missouri and Krista Boley of Shell Knob, Missouri, three great-grandchildren, Isaiah, Elijah, and Cora Mae, three brothers, Jim Rader and wife, Brenda, of Independence, Missouri, Dennis Rader and wife, Patty, of Caulfield, Missouri, and John Rader and wife, Janice, of Bolivar, Missouri, two sisters, BJ Meyer and husband, Robert, of Elizabethtown, Indiana and Penny Rader of Mountain Grove, Missouri, many nieces and nephews as well as her lifelong friend, Brenda Stewart of Ava, Missouri. Judy was loved by many and will be truly missed.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

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