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Judy May Breault, 74

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Judy May Breault, 74, of Amery, and formerly of Balsam Lake, passed away on Tuesday, May 27, at the Willow Ridge Health Care Center in Amery with her loving family at her side.

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Judy was born on May 12, 1940, in Albany, Calif., the daughter of Claudine and Jim Watkins, Sr.

Judy lived her young adult life in New Richmond, Wis., and then moved to Balsam Lake in the late 70s. She worked at the Centuria Care Center and Maple Manor Nursing Home in New Richmond. She later worked at Anglers Bar and Grill in Balsam Lake until she could no longer work.

She had a passion for people and would do anything for anybody at anytime. She was a great mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sibling and friend to all.

She leaves to celebrate her memory: her children, Dawn Ceretto, Turtle Lake, Kathy (Jr) Olson, Glenwood City, Robert (Debbie) Krueger, Jr., St. Croix Falls, Shellie Breault (Dan), Turtle Lake, and Deana (Brad) Adolphson, Grantsburg; stepchildren, Todd Breault, Jr., and Chris Breault; grandchildren: Brad, Brandon, Brice, Braeden, Dustin, Cheyanne, Natasha, Austin, Samantha, Scott and Trevor; step grandchildren, Ambree and Jayden; eight great-grandchildren; sisters and brothers: Barb Fletch, Rhonda Bussard, Clyde and Shirley Maskal, Bob and Sara Watkins, Lorraine Wilkinson, Steve and Janice Watkins; and many other loving family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Claudine and James Watkins, Sr.; brother, James Watkins; and sister, Mary Ellen Grounds.

Judy's family will greet visitors at the Kolstad Family Funeral Home in Centuria from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, May 31.

The Kolstad Family Funeral Home of Centuria has been entrusted with arrangements.

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