OVERSEAS NATIONAL AIRWAYS CREW WEBRING





MY FRIEND JUDY

Judy lived and married in Hawaii.  She
was born in Ireland --  I loved flying 
with Judy. Always hoped we would get 
together again.  She had been a nun 
before she came to ONA to fly.  She
was very shy.  Stinky always called 
her Bubbles because of her large
bosom and she would blush.  We were 
just so used to Stinky's teasing.  
We had the most fun one time in New 
Orleans with Stinky -- eating oysters 
on the half shell. Judy was so much fun.

Many years ago, in the old ONA, Judy and I were on a trip with Stinky Davis to Seattle. Stinky got on the intercom and said: Well, boys, by now you've probably met our two stewardesses -- "robust and no bust." Guess which one I was! Judy was humiliated and hid out in the blue room. I told her I was the one that should have been insulted and finally we just had a good laugh about it. They always called us the Bust Twins after that -- Then she became a senior stew so I no longer got to fly with her. We spent many a trip together. This is the worst thing about getting older -- your friends start to die --
A lst greeting to Judy from Nettie Miller, San Francisco

ONA SENIOR FLIGHT ATTENDANT
JUDY LONERGAN WINNER

DECEMBER 28, 2005
Dear ONA friends, I spoke to Judy's son in Hawaii who confirmed that Judy passed away in January 2003 of a brain tumor. She was working and volunteering at a hospice near Ewa Beach, Hawaii when she became ill and needed the aid of the same hospice herself. I have his phone number if anyone wants to call. I am sorry to have to confirm and relay this sad news. Kind Regards from Sam Rogers, ONA April 16, 1966-Sept. 30, 1978 Read Judy´s philosophy on how to become successful in love and partnership at starbulletin.com

OBITUARY IN HONOLULY ADVERTISER SUBMITTED BY SAM ROGERS

JUDITH MAURA WINNER, 63, of 'Ewa Beach, died Jan. 7, 2003. Born in Tipperary, Ireland. Former St. Philomena's Church director of outreach; Hospice Hawaii director of volunteer services; and volunteer with the Marriage Encounter program. Survived by husband, Bob; sons, Stephen and Sean; daughter, Dawn; mother, Mary Lonergan; brother, Anthony Lonergan; sister, Kay Lonergan. Saturday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church; Mass 11 a.m.; burial 1:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park.


Judy and Bob Winner are pictured at home in 
Ewa Beach with a photo of themselves during 
a honeymoon in Las Vegas in 1969. Their 
marriage survived 32 years in spite of 
a rocky start and the couple now tries 
to help other couples on the verge of 
splitting by sponsoring the 
Retrouvaille program in Hawaii.


Judy and Britt on layover in Athens, Greece.
Photo courtesy Britt Carlsson Thorstvedt

Honolulu Star Bulletin Obituaries

Tuesday, January 14, 2003 Judith Maura Winner, 63,of Ewa Beach, Honolulu, died last Tuesday at home. She was born in Ireland. She is survived by husband Bob S., sons Stephen and Sean, daughter Dawn, mother Mary Lonergan, brother Anthony Lonergan and sister Kay Lonergan.



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IN FOND AND LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF ALL FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES WHO ARE NO LONGER WITH US