May 8, 1951 ~ October 22, 2021

Born in: Pontiac, Michigan
Resided in: Edmonton, Kentucky

Steven Edward Judson, 70 of Edmonton passed away Friday, October 22, 2021 in Glasgow. Born, May 8, 1951 to the late Howard and Joyce Judson.
Steven is survived by his wife Tammy Judson of Edmonton. Two brothers. Bob Judson and wife Margaret. Jack Judson and wife Anna. A sister, Linda Thompson and husband Patrick. He was loved by his nephews. Gabe and his daughter Eleanor, Mike Judson (Jennifer Layton preceded by Logan. Jack Judson, Jr. (Misty) and son Chanze. Tim Judson, son Caiden. Preceded by Josh Judson. Loved by Leslie Hair.
Steve was a loved man. With friends worldwide. An avid motorcycle rider and could fix anything. A gather of friends will be held 11:00 AM Tuesday at Butler Funeral Home in Edmonton.
Butler Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted to the care of Mr. Judson. Please share your messages of condolence with the family at

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  1. To Steve’s family and friends, I send my deepest condolences.
    In the breif time that I knew Steve, I can say this: he was a kind man, who wasn’t afriad to roll up his sleeves and work hard. He was genuine in all aspects, a man of real character who loved his family with all his heart. He will be missed, never forgotten.
    Steve, please watch over Tammy and the rest of your family.

  2. To the family of Steven E. Judson. I truly send my deepest condolences and am a blessed person to have known him. He’s been a friend to me over 20yrs and i am grateful to have known all of the family as well. I wish all of the family in their time of grief and mourning, may the Lord richly bless them. May Steve’s memory be eternal into everlasting light.

  3. There are still no words to express our heartbreak. I’ve known Steve for over 20 years and he always had a way of making me smile. You will be missed my dear friend. Love you, Hermie! ❤️
    Tammy, I’ll be with you in spirit. I love you, sweetie 💜

  4. Tammy, I’m extremely sorry for your loss. I know how much you loved Steve. To his family I send my deepest condolences.

  5. There are simply no words to express my absolute sorrow. I have known Steve for many many years and he has helped me survive some very difficult times. I send my love to Tammy and all of Steve’s family. A great mate, who will be sorely missed.

    I love ya Cobber!

  6. Tammy, I am very sorry for your loss. I know that you loved Steve so much, and with all your heart. Please know that I will continue to keep you in my prayers during this most difficult time. May love and special memories gently hug your beautiful heart.

  7. I want to send my heartfelt condolences to Tammy, Steve’s family, and friends near & far. Steve and I had a number of conversations over the past 14 years. I will have fond memories of his kindness. Rest easy my friend.

  8. Steve will always be called Hermitt in my head. I don’t know how many long nights Hermitt and I sat chatting in private about life and such and the farm he loved and looked after.
    When he met Tammy he finally seemed to be at peace in his mind and happy again for the first time in a long time. It’s not fair that this great part of his life had to end so soon after it began. But I am grateful that he had such a period of happiness and sunshine before he parted.

  9. My deepest condolences Tammy. I am so sorry for your loss. Hold onto the fact that one day you will be reunited. Sending healing love. Holly

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