Sad News

Judy has passed away.

Judith (Judy) Diane Giberson  

Judy was born in Coshocton, Ohio to Walter and Rachael Fitch in 1937.They moved to California before she was a teenager.

 She graduated from Redlands High School in 1956 where she met Eric Giberson who became her husband in 1957. 

She graduated from San Bernardino Valley College with a degree in Nursing while raising two sons.

Following a long career  as a Registered Nurse   she retired from Riverside Community Hospital.

In the 80’s, Judy volunteered with Caritas,  where she helped terminally ill patients and families work through their grieving process. 

Travel and photography were her passions where her favorite place was (the next one). If the subject was  a scene or moved, had fur ,fins or feathers she was able to compose amazing images of it. She enjoyed creating cards using her images and digital art.  

You can see some of her thoughts and photos at

She leaves behind husband of 65 years Eric, sons Steve and Brian, grandson Gabriel, sister Beth Camarillo and several nieces and nephews.

Celebration of Life will be at Spirit of Joy Church on Johnston St at Sanderson St In Hemet, Ca. on October 22, 2022 at 1:30 PM

In lieu of flowers you may make a donation to your favorite charity , Spirit of Santa Paula or Hemet Valley Art Association

I will occasionlly post photos or cards she created. Rick

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Port of Siuslaw in Florence, Oregon

Such a nice evening for a stroll along the wharf with the reflections dancing on the water.

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Back on the road..for a bit!

It’s been five years since we took off in an RV and then along came this chance to dip our toes in this life style once again. It won’t be for long…maybe a month but it brings back all the wonder of this way of travel and we are having a ball! Who says dreams can’t come true!

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Oceanside, California

This is fast becoming my favorite coastal place to photograph. There is always so much going on. And the sunsets are fun to shoot with the pier adding interest.

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San Jacinto wildlife area

This is a nice place to come and watch the local bird wildlife go about their daily business. We also spotted a number of Hawks and a huge Great Horned Owl but they were to far back in the trees to photograph. Heavens to Betsy…we just had to watch! (grin)

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The older I get…the more important creativity becomes!

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It’s all in the attitude!

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My niece Bethanie…

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The Crow Indian Reservation…

The reenactment of Custer’s last stand on the Crow Reservation was spectacular! The sounds and swirling dust and war calls…the rearing horses. One of the participants told me that these men were riding horses before they could walk! And it showed.

This truly was a treasure of yesterday…I’ll never forget it!

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A beautiful day to start the New Year!

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