Amos Alphonza Judge

August 5, 1938 ~ September 8, 2021 (age 83)


Amos Alphonza Judge was born on August 5th, 1938 in Pineville, South Carolina to the late Ida Judge Wheeler. He was an only child. He was raised by his grandparents Amos and Victoria Judge who set the foundation for his Christian morals.

He was educated in the Berkley County School System and accepted Christ at an early age, joining Day Dawn Baptist Church in Pineville, South Carolina.

As a young man he moved to Jacksonville, Florida where he attended Walker Business School. On September 1st, 1962, he was joined in holy matrimony to the love of his life Florrie M. Fields. This union was blessed with 2 children. In September of 1964, the young family set off to New York City to begin a new chapter of life. He joined Williamsburg Christian Church in 1987 and was later ordained as a Deacon where we served faithfully.

Alphonza retired with the New York City Housing Authority as a Fireman in 2003. After 42 years of living in New York City, Amos and Florrie moved back to Jacksonville, Florida to be closer to family and spend time with their great-grandson.

Once moving back, he joined Morning Star Freewill Baptist Church. He served diligently as a Deacon. Alphonza was a loving and giving person who never met a stranger.

Alphonza was a God fearing, hardworking, a man of strong morals, and great integrity. He epitomized the spirit of generosity and constantly gave time when needed. Always willingly to help.

He leaves to cherish his memories his loving wife of 59 years, Florrie Judge; son, Vincent Judge; daughter, Vicki Bennett (James) of Rahway, NJ; granddaughter, Lakeisha Brown; great-grandson, Reginald Henley, Jr.; adopted granddaughter, Seven Brown; sister-in-law, Ruth McNair; many cousins, a host of nieces, nephews, & devoted friends.

Sarah L. Carter's Funeral Home Northside is serving the Family.

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September 17, 2021

5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Northside Chapel of Sarah L. Carter's
6665 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL 32219

Home Going Service
September 18, 2021

11:00 AM
Morning Star Freewill Baptist Church
1528 East 20th Street
Jacksonville, FL 32206

Interment Following Service
September 18, 2021

Restlawn Cemeteries North
2600 Ribault Scenic Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32208

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