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Judy Cullen Frey

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A memorial service for Judy Cullen Frey, 70, of Morgan’s Point Resort, was held at the Moody First Methodist Church on July 16.
Mrs. Cullen Frey passed quietly into the arms of her precious lord and savior on July 12.
Judy was born on April 17, 1946 in Temple, the daughter of Leslie and Juliette Pinkston of Moody. Her father, Leslie, was a career U.S. Air Force non-commissioned officer, and Judy had a childhood filled with travel and adventure. She lived in Japan, India, England, and traveled extensively around the world with her parents during her father’s Air Force career. She graduated from Biloxi, Miss. High School in 1964 and attended Perkinston Jr. College in Wiggins, Miss.
Judy married Mel Cullen, also an Air Force member, in 1965 and continued her world travels, living again in England, the Azores and several places in the U.S. Two children, Robert and Leslie (Les) Cullen resulted from that marriage. Mel passed away in 1999. After living for a short time in Moody, Judy moved back to Virginia where she had lived with Mel. In 2004, Judy re-established contact with Terry, her high school sweetheart.
After a more than 40-year separation, Judy and Terry were married in 2008, and moved to Morgan’s Point Resort where they have since resided. judy grew up in the Methodist church. Later in her life, she attended a Lutheran church while living in Virginia. After moving back to Texas in 2006, Judy and Terry became members of Saint Luke Episcopal Church in Belton, and subsequently Saint Francis Episcopal Church, Temple where she was a member at the time of her death.
Judy is survived by her husband Terry, two sons, Robert Cullen of Montgomery, Leslie Cullen of Cummings, Ga., mother, Juliette Pinkston, of Moody, two step-children, Michael Frey of Houston, Elizabeth Frey Watkins, of Clarksville, Tn., and seven grandchildren, Hannah, James and Mary Cullen of Cummings, Ga., Anya, Joshua and Alex Cullen of Montgomery, and one step-grandchild, John Steltzner of Clarksville, Tn.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that in keeping with Judy’s deep love and appreciation of all God’s creatures, that donations be made to the Humane Society, your local verterinarian, or any animal protective organization.