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Judith Lynn Lott

Judith Lynn LottAugust 22, 1951 – July 9, 2016Judith Lynn Lott, of Alexandria, Virginia, died on Saturday, July 9, 2016, at home surrounded by her loving family.Born in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, on August 22, 1951, Judy spent her childhood in central Florida. She graduated from Cocoa High School in Florida in 1970. Judy married Jack Lott in 1970, and together they began their lives together, starting a family and traveling the world. She loved traveling and experiencing different cultures and loved to immerse herself in the sights, foods, and the people of the countries where she visited and lived. She made friends wherever she went and never lost her passion for experiencing new adventures while traveling to three continents during her lifetime.Judy also had a very successful professional life. She became a manager for the Army/Air Force Exchange Service and directed the operations for both the Clothing Sales Store at headquarters, U.S. Space Command, and for the Cadet Base Exchange at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.After leaving her retail sales career, she became a representative for the military health insurance, TRICARE. Judy was dedicated to thousands of active and retired military members and their families. She supported the military members and their families prior and during overseas deployments; helping people was her passion.The animal friends in her life were very important to her. Judy’s love of animals was who she was, and animals loved her. Over the years she rescued so many dogs and cats; her compassion was an inspiration for the rest of her family and those who knew her. Judy is survived by her husband of 46 years, Jack; her son, Brent, of Vacaville, California; her daughter, Kate, of Alexandria, Virginia; and her daughter, Kyla, of Hot Springs, Arkansas; as well as four grandchildren. She is also survived by hundreds of friends around the world who will never forget her inspirational character, personal strength, and loving spirit. Our lives are so empty without her. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria, Virginia, or The Adler Hospice Center, in Aldie, Virginia are requested.

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