Judi H Rock On 6
On December 14, 2007, Judi Perry Hartridge, passed away at the age of 45 after a year-long battle with cancer. To honor her memory, family and friends formed The Judi H Rock On committee to raise funds to fight the disease that claimed her life. The event is a dance party/raffle.
Thanks to the generosity of local businesses and friends, over the past five years we have raised over $200,000 which includes matching funds, in support of local cancer services.
We hope you can join us on Saturday, October 1, 2016 for Judi H Rock On 6. Please visit the Event information page for more details!
The Judi H. Memorial Fund is a grass roots music industry organization whose objective is to raise awareness and detection as well as donate 100% of raffle sales to funding and supporting research into women’s cancers. The Judi H Memorial Fund applies the significant but voluntary resources of music industry partners and friends; supporting research into prevention, detection and early characterization of cancer “Hot Spots” in the Northeast Pennsylvania and surrounding regions, in memory of our beloved
Judi H., whose warm and kind presence among us was simply too brief.
Judi A. Perry Hartridge
Judi A. Perry Hartridge, B.S.R.N., 45 of Dunmore, Pa died December 14, 2007 after a yearlong battle with cancer. She and her husband, John J. Hartridge just celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary September 19, 2007. Judi is survived by a son John Peter Hartridge at home with her husband John.
Born in Scranton, PA, daughter of Peter M. Perry and the late Margaret “Peggy” Labelle Perry, who died August 26, 2005. Judi was a 1980 graduate of Bishop O’Hara High School Dunmore, Pa and a 1984 graduate of College Misericordia in Pa with a four year Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. At the time of her death was employed as director of nursing at the Green Ridge Health Care Center in Scranton Pa. She was a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Directors of Nursing Administration and numerous other nursing and geriatric associations. Judi gave over 25 years of her life in geriatrics and it was her love and calling tending to all her patients. Judi enjoyed collectables and Disney, especially Winnie the Pooh.
Judi was a loving and giving wife, mother, sister, aunt, niece, cousin and friend. Her vibrant love of life, her contagious smile and her funny, innocent humor always put a smile on others’ faces. Judi is deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. She is a treasure forever in our hearts and memories for the times spent with her and we know now she is always watching and with us.
The Northeast Regional Cancer Institute is a local nonprofit organization seeking to ease the burden of cancer in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Focusing on the areas of community and patient services, hospital and practice support services and cancer surveillance, the Cancer Institute invests 100% of its resources locally.