Judith “Judy” Gale Abbasi passed away peacefully at her home in Mt. Shasta, CA on October 24, 2017 after a life full of love.

Judy met her husband, Ross Abbasi, in Southern California and they were married May 28, 1996. They traveled world-wide and found Mt. Shasta full of friendship and love, making their home here.

Judy was born in Hollywood, CA July 14, 1955 and grew up in southern California, graduating from Lancaster High School. After receiving her Bachelor's Degree from Perdue University in Indiana she returned to Hollywood being a Clinical Psychologist for more than 15 years. Judy was proud of the Motion Picture Achievement Plaque for Best Speaker presented to her by President Ronald Reagan. She also served in the U.S. Army for 2 years, stationed out of Arizona, receiving an honorable discharge. Judy also worked with her husband in his real estate business.

Judy was a member of the Mt. Shasta Jesus Christ Church of the Latter Day Saints, and the Lady Elks. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Fidelity Chapter #131 in Mt. Shasta and Aloha #5 in Klamath Falls, OR. In Las Vegas she belonged to The Ladies' Oriental Shrine and was High Priestess, and the Red Hatters Society.

She was preceded in death by her father Jacob Barns.

She is survived by her stepfather and mother John and Barbara Smith; two daughters by a previous marriage: Athena Whitman and Josie Boltz; two stepsons; Mark Abbasi and Cliff Abbasi; sisters: Christina Phillips and Roberta Reichenbaugh, and an aunt Judy Ward, and many friends.

Judy loved everyone unconditionally. She lived her life based on the Ten Commandments. She was compassionate, had a positive outlook and loved her family.

Services will be held Saturday, November 4, 2017 at the Jesus Christ Church of the Latter Day Saints in Mt. Shasta, 214 Adams Street. Viewing at 1 p.m., Service at 2 p.m. Internment following at Mt. Shasta Memorial Park Cemetery, graveside services by Order of the Eastern Star, 830 Lassen Lane, M.t Shasta. Reception to follow at the church.