Judith Kay Weaver
Judith Kay Weaver
Judith Kay Weaver

Obituary of Judith Kay Weaver

Celebrating the Life of  

 Judi  Kay  Weaver   


Judith Kay Ogden was born to Virginia and Jack Ogden on April 4, 1945, in Hugo Colorado.  

Kay continued to live in Hugo through high school. It was at school activities in 1957 at nearby Limon that she met Larry Weaver. 

Kay and Larry were married in 1962 and lived in the Denver area till the time of her passing on September 14, 2023. just nine days short of their 61st anniversary. They gave life to two sons, Rob and Roger, and two daughters, Cindi and Lorie.   

Kay became deeply involved in several hobbies. For about 25 years she worked in hobby ceramics. She was a charter member of the Columbine Ceramic Association and held almost every office in the Association during those years. She attained numerous instruction certifications for making and finishing ceramics. In her ceramic business she produced many thousands of items which she sold at craft shows and boutiques. The heavy lifting required for ceramics production prompted Kay to switch to art glass and fired glass jewelry pieces.   She caught the China painting bug from Larry’s mother and became an accomplished China painter, producing many items for sale and gifts.  In about 2002, She became involved in stamping and making greeting cards. She sold greeting cards and participated in ‘stamp camps’ to teach stamping and card making techniques.    

Kay enjoyed playing scrabble and bowling with a group of her close friends.     Kay and Larry enjoyed playing cribbage and dancing to classic country-western music, especially any polka.    She became an instant fan of the Colorado Rockies baseball team upon the announcement of that team's creation. Kay loved attending their games and seldom missed watching their televised games. She also was an ardent fan of the Denver Broncos. She proudly displayed her ‘Superbowl 50’ trophy football and her Rockies bobble heads.  

Kay was preceded in death by her parents, aunts, uncles, and her daughter-in-law Heather Weaver.     

Kay is survived by her husband Larry and their four children, nine grandchildren and fifteen greatgrandchildren; Son, Rob with 2 sons and 1 daughter; Robbie (Tanya) with 2 daughters, Anika, and Annalise;  Dustin (Danielle) with a son Brayden and a daughter Mackinzi;  and Andrea with 2 daughters, Haylie, and Calli and son Damian. Daughter, Cindi Clark (Cory) with 2 sons; Dan (Mandy) with daughter Lauren and son Cody; and Nathan (Brittany). Daughter, Lorie Skinner (Rocky) with son Ryley. Son, Roger with 2 sons and a daughter; Jasper (Kristen) with son Jasper;  Joshua with 3 daughters, Vidia, Scarlett, and Zarina;  and Jasmine with 2 daughters, Mica, and Felicity.  

Kay is also survived by a brother John Ogden (Ronda) in Texas and a sister Penny Tyler (Tom) in Washington state.   


Judith  “Kay” Ogden  


 Wednesday, April 4, 1945, in Hugo Colorado  

Married, 1962  to Larry Weaver  

In the Hugo United Methodist Church in Hugo Colorado  


Thursday, September 14, 2023,  at the  

Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colorado  


 Ashes will be scattered at a location determined later or placed in the Louisville Cemetery.  

Memorial Service  

 September 30,2023, 12:15 p.m.  

 at the Waterfront Event Center, Teamsters Union Hall  

  10 W Lakeside Lane #3a, Denver, Colo 80212. 

 Parking and entrance are at the East end of the building.  


Lunch will follow the service at about 1:15 p.m.  

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In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to an Education Trust

  to encourage and assist the advanced education of  Kay’s Great-grandchildren.  

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Our Father who art in heaven,  

 hallowed be thy name. 

Thy kingdom come  Thy will be done  

on earth as it is in heaven. 

Give us this day our daily bread, 

and forgive us our trespasses, 

as we forgive those who trespass against us,  

 and lead us not into temptation,   

but deliver us from evil. 

For thine is the kingdom  

and the power  and the glory,   

forever and ever.   


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