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I have created this page in honor of Judy Neech, who's passing in Feb of 2000 reminds us of how short life on Earth really is.

[[Photo of Judy Neech]]

12th July 1937 --- 18th February 2000.


The following obituary was taken from the C.O.S. news letter April 2000, written by Jeffrey Mackenzie.

It is with much sadness that I inform you of the death from a heart attack on Thursday 18th February of Judy Neech of Cambridge.

Judy was a very familiar figure at organ concerts up and down the country. Many will remember Judy from the family organ shop and studio in Cambridge, trading under the name of David Neech Organs. Judy was a brilliant electronics engineer and had a large collection of Hammond organs of which she was very proud. Judy was also the owner of a magnificent 105-key DeCap dance organ which she, together with friends Wally Gunston and Wally Kerry took to steam fairs all over the country. Plans are being formulated for the magnificent collection of Hammond organs to stay together, if at all possible.

Judy’s cousin, Lisa Scott, and Wally Gunston are drawing up plans to bring the DeCap organ to Great Munden for what will be its last appearance in her name on Saturday 8th April for the ~all day’ organ festival being staged at that venue; the festival will be dedicated to her memory. Appropriately, raffles will be held on that day for the British Heart Foundation and Imperial Cancer Research.

Our deepest sympathy is extended to Margaret Neech, Lisa Scott and the family and close friends. Judy will be missed very much by all who knew her. I shall miss her camaraderie very much indeed.

RIP., Judy.


With greatfull thanks to Margaret Neech (partner) for giving her permission to put this page on my web site.

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Last Updated : 29-Nov-10