Judy Carol (LaMay) Hulin
Born April 19, 1942 the daughter of the late Nelson LaMay and Vira Strickland LaMay formerly of Goldsboro, NC. She was the sister to Maxine, who proceeded her death in Florida.
She married Bobby M. Lassiter in 1957 with whom she had three girls: Vickie Lassiter Zellers of Temple, Texas, Vira Ann Lassiter Burris (husband Kregg Burris) of University Heights, Ohio, and Jessica Lassiter Heggie, who passed away with her on December 9, 2020. In 1991 she married Dr. James Franklin Hulin and they resided together in Zebulon, NC. until his death on Oct. 23, 1993.
Judy was both a homemaker and diligent worker for various companies before working for the State of North Carolina Division of Employment Security until her retirement. She sold Home Interior products for many years, was active in church most of her life, and was an excellent cook, who enjoyed sewing and reading. While married to Bob, she was an Air Force wife, who lived in California, Colorado, England, Nevada, and New Mexico before returning back to North Carolina. She adored “Doc”Hulin with whom she only had a fews years together before his passing and with whom his memory she greatly cherished.
She had 5 grandchildren Judy Paul of Midland City, Alabama and Renee Mowrey of Dothan, Alabama, 1LT. Justin F. Burris, of Ft Benning, Georgia, Kalvin W. Burris of University Heights, Ohio, and Elizabeth Burris Carrico of Greenwood, Indiana. She had 4 great grandchildren.
She tragically passed away on Death Dec 9, 2020 from injuries sustained in the fire in her home in Zebulon, NC along with her daughter, Jessica. In leu of flowers, contributions can be made to her memory to the Zebulon Fire Department 1003 N. Arendell Avenue, Zebulon, NC 27597 for their heroic effort in attempts to save her and her daughter.
A memorial service for Judy will be announced at a later date.
Junior & I want to send our condolences to you Ann on the loss of your Mom & sister. It is so sad.
Sorry for your loss! I worked with Judy at ESC for many years.
I am so very sorry to heard of the passing of Judy. I worked with her at the Employment Security Commission and she was just a fun person and loved her family so much. Again, I am so sorry for the tragic loss of both Judy and Jessica. God Bless you!
When I met Judy in 2002 in the Interstate Call Center of the Employment Security Commission, I was a little intimidated by this little woman who obviously was loved by everyone. She had a huge heart. I soon found out about Judy. Let just say she sent me something or so she thought it was me, but it actually went to someone else. We laughed until we could laugh no more. She was so sweet, loving, and just one of the finest people I would ever know. I still think about Judy every now and then when she retired and how much she loved her “Bae Bae”. I will truly miss her.