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|Judy Hazel Fernandez
Date of Birth: January 6, 1974
Department: Human Resources
Position: Benefits Specialist
Judy was born on January 6, 1974 in Dagupan City, Philippines and with her mom, brother and sister, came to the United States on June 12, 1976. She started her kindergarten in Parsippany and attended grade school at Emma Arleth, high school at Sayreville War Memorial High and Rutgers University where she majored in Biology.
Prior to her joining Cantor Fitzgerald as an HR Specialist, she worked for Solomon Smith Barney and Metuchen Bank. She had always wanted to work in New York City, not only because of the prestige of being a New Yorker, but also for the excitement that New York brings.
Judy was a very special daughter that a parent could ever hope for.
Truly, she was a precious gift from Heaven. She was kind, amiable,
affable, compassionate and very gentle in her disposition. Above all, she was a caring, ever-loving and thoughtful daughter.
Judy was very supportive and protective of her family. She stood on solid ground to defend her family from whoever tried to malign the clan. Judy was also a classic example of fair play and straightforwardness. She did not want people unjustly treated. And, she had no regard for people who are abusive. All her life, she truly believed in the Motto, “Don’t do unto others, what you don’t want others to do unto you.”
To her friends, Judy stood all head and shoulders. She was extremely
compassionate to them. She listened to their problems, and if help was
needed, she was always ready to help in any way.
Our Judy was instinctively an intuitive person. She knew and felt when you were down. And she was always around to give words of encouragement, support and comfort to lift a sagging spirit.
Now, our special Judy is gone, but her beautiful memories will linger on and live forever…. We love you Judy very much and you will be terribly missed.
Love, Pops (Fernandez)