Judith Ann Schick (nee Young)

The family of Judy is sad to announce her passing on August 21, 2015 after a short battle with cancer. She was 69 years young.

She was predeceased by her parents, Jack and Adeline Young, and her sister Betty.

She will be lovingly remembered by her husband, George Schick; her children Rob (Patricia), and Ronda (Robert); her brothers Bob and Dick; her sister Jacquie; her cousins and second cousins; her extended family on both the Schick side and the Young side; as well as all friends and business associates who were in her life.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, August 28th, 2015 at 2:00pm at Garden Hill Funeral Chapel, 11765 – 224th Street, Maple Ridge.

Service in Regina to take place on Friday, September 4 at 2:00pm at Holy Child Parish Hall – 2636 7th Ave. E, Regina.

In lieu of flowers, In Memorium donations may be made to Ridge Meadows Hospice Society
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  1. To George , Rob and Ronda:

    my deepest sympathies during this diffcult time with Judy`s recent passing.
    I had the pleasure of knowing Judy for the past 10 years and only have fondest memories.
    I know I will miss her…….

  2. I wanted to share my sincere condolences for your family’s loss. Judy’s a wonderful person who will surely be missed.

    Sincerely,
    Mike Gill

  3. Denise and Frank Ley :

    Our thoughts are with George, Rob and Rhonda during this diffi ult time. Judy always had a smile or a hug for us and was a kind and gentle soul. Frank remembers the lunchtime Wendy’s runs the most. She was a wonderful woman and has left a big void in the lives of all whom she cared about and who dearly cared for her.

  4. We just wanted to pass along our sincerest condolences on the passing of your wife/mother Judy. George & Judy were my first employers when I moved to Vancouver, and always treated very well. You will be missed.

    The Ley Family

  5. Our thoughts are with you in this time of sorrow. Hold on to the gift of the memories you shared. With love from Leah, Brent and Katelyn Bettger.

  6. Dora Kruger from Pat Anderson Agencies Ltd :

    Judy was my very loyal client for many years.
    It was always a pleasure doing business with Judy and George as well as Rob and Rhonda.
    I will miss her a lot.

  7. Lulay and John Stevens :

    Dear George, Rob and Ronda,
    Our deepest sympathies for your loss. It was a privilege to know Judy. She was a smart, caring lady who was clearly loved and respected.
    John and Lulay

  8. Donna Kuchelema :

    I am deeply saddened to learn of Judy’s passing and wish to pass on to George and the family my sincere condolences. You are all in my thoughts.
    She will be missed, but the memories will remain.
    Sincerely,
    Donna Kuchelema,
    BMO Pensioner

  9. Judy was a great lady and will be missed by all the people she touched over the years.

  10. Arcelia serrano :

    Our sincerest condolences on the passing of your sister, we lost a wonderful Person,to all the family my sincere condolence, send to all a big hug,
    From México with love Arcelia

  11. GREG CALCITAS :

    I just want to give my sincere condolences to George, Rob and Ronda. Judy was a very good boss It was my pleasure working and knowing Judy.
    My thoughts and prayers our with you in this time of sorrow.
    Greg Calcitas

  12. We at Vernon Battery send our deepest sympathy to George, to Rob, Ronda and their families at this sorrowful time. Judy is now at rest peacefully with no pain. With time comes healing, and the knowledge that she is watching over you all will help with that process.
    Ray, Cori and Sandra

  13. Laurie and Ted Taylor :

    George, Judy, Rob and Rhonda were very loyal business associates of our business and family for more than 25 years. We have the pleasure to remember many special conversations with Judy who always had such an honest and forthright approach to life. A lovely lady and a joy to know. We will miss her and send our most sincere condolences to George, Rob and Rhonda. We know your pain is great and the void is huge but, you have an army of friends and support with you during this very difficult time.
    Our warmest regards, The Taylor family

  14. To, George,
    I was deeply saddened by the news of Judy’s passing.
    My heart felt condolences to you and your family.

  15. Armando Cordova :

    Dear George, Rob, & Ronda,
    Please accept my sincere condolence on the sudden passing away of Judy. She was a wonderful lady, and will be remembered for her wit, humor, and especially for her compassion and concern for the people who worked with her. She will be truly missed.

  16. Auntie Judy was an awesome person. Always looked at the bright side of things. My family visted the Schick’s many times over the years (in Moose Jaw). My thoughts are with you, Uncle George, Rob and Ronda. Love you. Hugs.

  17. On behalf of the team at HESPV :

    We at HESPV would like to offer our most sincere condolences to George, Rob and Ronda. Such a hard working, honest, loyal family and Judy will be missed greatly. Judy was always a straight shooter and it was a pleasure knowing/working with her over the years. Sending hugs to you all.

  18. I’m so sorry for your loss …she was a very warm and caring person

  19. She treated me like I was family.Words of encouragement even when I knew I didn’t deserve it.She was like my second Mother.I loved a and love her so much.Thank you Judy for helping me and believing in me. Rest in peace.

  20. Judy treated me like family.Always good advice and care even when I knew I didn’t deserve it.She was my second Mom.I loved and will always love her.Thanks Judy for making a difference in my life.I owe u so much.Rest in peace.See u again one day. To the Family, take care through this difficult time and I love u guys.

  21. Rita and Don Cushing :

    Dear George, Rob and Ronda and families, Our deepest sympathy to you all at this sad time. Our memories of Judy go back many years ago to when we both first bought our houses on Vaughan street and Rob and Jackie were off to kindergarten. We have many happy memories of those days and enjoyed lots of visits with Judy and all of you. Love, Don and Rita Cushing

  22. Patrick Wickstrom :

    I always enjoyed speaking with Judy, trying to get a laugh from her and I’m sure being a little irreverent. I will miss our few minutes on the phone when I call George to go golfing.

  23. To Judie’s family, I am very saddened by Judy’s passing. I have developped a friendship with Judy through our dealing with HES and Polar Battery. I always enjoyed our talks forgetting we were at work. I was hoping someday to meet and hug Judy. She was a special soul. Rest in peace Judith. xoxo

    Lise Vivier

  24. Working for the Schick family was more than just a job. I was accepted into their family and love them all like blood. Judy was an amazing person with the best spirit, I can’t help but smile when I think of her. She will be greatly missed. Sending lots of love to George, Rob, and Ronda. xo

  25. Dear George Rob and Ronda
    My deepest sympathies is this hard time. Judy was a great woman who treated me like family. She will be truly missed.

  26. Rita and Don Cushing :

    Dear George, Rob, Ronda, and families, We wish to express our deepest sympathy to you all at this sad time. We remember well those first days in our new neighbourhood and meeting Judy, Rob, and Ronda on Jackie and Rob’s first day of kindergarten in their new school. Judy was so friendly and when we found out we lived just 2 doors apart, we struck up such a wonderful friendship. We were back and forth to each others’ houses and Judy babysat and fed the kids lunches when I worked. We missed you all terribly when you moved out to B.C. We have happy memories of Judy and your family. All our love, Rita and Don Cushing and family

  27. Ruth Marie (Young) Newton :

    My sincere sympathy to George and all the family. Judy and I were close as children and into our teens, but had lost touch over the years. (I am her Uncle Harold’s daughter.) I’m sorry I didn’t know her better. Hugs and love to you all from cousin Ruth Marie

  28. The Carr Family :

    Dear George and family,
    It was with great sadness to read about the passing of Judy. We met her years ago after driving around looking for a place that had no spray blueberries and came upon a driveway with a sign that read Judy’s Blueberries no U-Pick. My kids, husband and myself looked forward to seeing her smiling face every blueberry season. I’m thankful that we stopped by 3 weeks ago to see Judy and even more thankful that I got a big hug from her before we left. Judy will be truly missed. ❤️
    Big Hugs,
    Sheri, Andrew, Jordan and Graydan

  29. Iona Reinheimer :

    What a shock.My condolences George,Rob and Rhonda

  30. Fran McCarthy :

    I am so glad I found you! think I cried for a whole week, remembering what a loving family Judy has.!Dear “ST. George, who was my “left hand” ,helping me each breakfast time. I cherish the “FRiendship’ doll as a constant reminder of one brave lady, whom I had the short pleasure to meet. To all the family , my deepest Sympathy.

  31. There will be a service held in Regina, Saskatchewan at:

    Holy Child Church hall
    2636 7th Avenue East
    at 2:00 pm on Friday, September 4th.

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