THOMASTON — Judith Harriman Micue passed away Aug. 7, 2021, at Quarry Hill in Camden. She was recently diagnosed with cancer. Her sister and niece were by her side.

Judy was born in Thomaston, July 27, 1938, to Henry and Marguerite Tibbetts Harriman. She grew up and attended schools in Thomaston.

She was formally married to Herbert “Dick” Micue and in the early years of their marriage, they lived in Kansas and Alaska, as Dick was enlisted in the Air Force. Judy fell in love with Alaska! Despite experiencing the Great Alaskan Earthquake of 1964, she often reminisced of her time there and her desire to return some day.

Judy was an avid bowler. In Alaska she worked at the local bowling alley in Anchorage, and participated in bowling leagues there, as well as in Maine. She won numerous trophies, and received several awards over the years. She also loved to dance. During her 38 years of marriage, it was always a joy to watch Judy and former husband Dick glide across a dance floor.

Over the years, she spent many hours at various Bingo halls which was one of her greatness passions, also piecing together puzzles, reading paperback novels and cooking for family members, friends and neighbors.

Most of Judy’s working years were spent at Crowe Rope in Warren, where she worked until her retirement.

Judy was predeceased by her only child, Dawn, who she mourned deeply every day since her passing in January 2006. She was also predeceased by her parents, older sister Barbara Harriman Nelson and infant nephew and infant great-niece.

She is survived by her sister Adreane Winchenbach; grandsons Sammy and Alex Harris; nephew Skip Nelson; nieces Teresa Horner, Debbi Benner, Kim Slocomb, Darla Mansfield and her husband, Scott, and Ranae Robbins; great-nephews Jesse Benner, Garett Robbins and Paul Roemer; great-nieces Misti Day and husband Justin, Heather Mansfield and partner Chris Cushman, Amber Kennedy and husband Thomas, great-great nieces Kera Mansfield, Zofie Day and Izzie Roemer; great-great nephews Logan Roemer, Tucker Dehlinger, Zander Cushman and Emerson Kennedy; the Hilt family of cousins, “special family” the Reeds; also, the members of her Micue family who were a part of her life for many years.

Judy will be lovingly remembered, and sadly missed by family and friends.