Judith Morgan Biber

March 3, 2020

CHARLOTTE – Judith Morgan Biber (Judy), died at home on March 3, 2020 in her 74th year. Born and raised in High Point and educated in Boone NC, she began her life of good deeds and service to others as an antipoverty VISTA Volunteer in West Virginia, married to Dan in New York City in 1968 and lived thereafter in Chapel Hill, Atlanta, and, since 1976, in Charlotte. Judy was the mother of four, Melissa, Caroline, Miriam, and Ethan, mother-in-law of three Jeremy Cominole, Chris Bishop, and Chris Biber-Peterson, and grandmother of seven, Miranda and Jacob Cominole, Eli, Naomi, and Aron Biber-Bishop, and James and Tristan Biber-Peterson.
Judy lived her life with two guiding principles – a close family and living out her values of compassion, caring, and service. She was a committed volunteer in the neonatal ICU, the Baptist Peace Fellowship and the St. John’s choir.
A service to celebrate Judy’s life will be held on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 1:00 PM at St. John’s Baptist Church, her spiritual and religious home at 300 Hawthorne Lane, Charlotte, 28204. The family will receive friends following in Broach Hall at the church. Shiva will take place in the home with minyan at 7:45 PM beginning on Tuesday, March 10, and the following Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday and Monday evenings.
Memorials can be made to the St. John’s Baptist Church, the Baptist Peace Fellowship, or any organization that supports human betterment.
Arrangements are in the care of Kenneth W. Poe Funeral & Cremation Service, 1321 Berkeley Ave., Charlotte, NC 28204; (704) 641-7606. Online condolences can be shared at www.kennethpoeservices.com.

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  • Betsy Wallace

    Godspeed Judy- One of the most genuinely kind people I have ever known. She will be missed so much.

  • Doris [Blough] Browder

    What a shock to see Judith's obituary in this morning's paper! My heart goes out to Dan, Melissa, Caroline, Miriam, Ethan, and the extended family. I am so sorry!

  • Blaine Lukkar

    My prayers and thoughts are with your family. Judy was such a kind, generous, and caring person. I’m with you in spirit and truly wish you all strength during such a hard time. You are an incredible family—as loving and close as a family can be. Peace be with you all during this hard time. Blaine

  • Cynthia Morgan

    I had the pleasure of meeting your family at the Morgan reunions years ago (I am Dave Morgan Sr.'s daughter, he passed on 2001). I was lucky enough to become Facebook friends (of all places) with Judy and truly found that I got to know her heart through the many posts that she shared (I found it so cool that Judy and I shared such similar passions/interests even though we had not been around each other very much, I felt a Morgan connection to her and I am so beyond blessed) Judy is an inspiration to us all! Her love and kindness to all are infectious and I know that I am the better for knowing her light! My love and prayers to all of you. I know how hard this is and so thankful that you did get time with her at the end. I also was blessed to have time with my dad before he passed. I know how important it was (hard yes but so beyond thankful)! Love to all, Cynthia, David, Sandra, (Janet (sis in law)), Everette (Nephew)) Morgan.

  • Martha Miller

    I am so saddened to hear this, hat a wonderful, giving person Judy was! Deepest condolences to all of Judy’s extraordinary family. Thinking of you with love.

  • Dennis Foust

    Judy reflected Divine Light into many dark places offering vision, kindness, compassion, giggles, correction, understanding, insight, sincerity, discipline, peace, thoughtfulness and grace. Prayers for the Biber family will continue.