Judy Carol Eslick

Judy Carol Eslick, 74, of Amarillo, passed away February 5, 2024. She was born July 10, 1949, in Paducah, Texas to Lawrence Powell and Winnie Allen.

Judy was a kind-hearted, loving and very caring person. She was an LVN before she became too ill to work. Judy then ran an apartment complex. She loved meeting new people. Judy always had a smile on her face, even when she was hurting. She had a great sense of humor and loved to joke around. If you knew her, always remember that she loved you.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Lawrence Powell and Winnie Allen Spurlock; her brother, Harold Powell; a sister, Dovie Poitevint, and two sisters-in-law, Pam Buckner, and Carol Powell.

Judy is survived by her husband, David Eslick; her siblings, Jenny Alewine and husband Dwight of Amarillo, Shayne Powell of Lubbock, Texas David Powell of Hollis, Oklahoma, Donald Powell and wife Inez of Amarillo, Mark Harper and wife Melissa of Childress, Texas, Lane Harper of Amarillo, and Lisa Quam of Hollis, Oklahoma. She is also survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and her best friend, her dog Buddy.

A Graveside Service is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. Saturday, February 10, 2024, at Garden of Memories Cemetery in Paducah, Texas.


  1. Shaun Powell

    She and David were a lot of fun to get the honor to spend some nights with growing up. Judy was always ready to play whatever we wanted to do. Our trips to the park to feed the ducks, the zoo, Wonderland, or whatever we decided to do is a memory that I will not forget.

  2. Jenny

    Judy & I have spent 70 plus years sharing our lives. GOD made us sisters & we have shared many life events together. Lots of fighting & fun times from playing Jacks running in the pastures playing cowboys. We were the oldest & girls which meanr we were the caregivers to the younger ones. Oh the memories! She is going to be running free again!

  3. Alisha Pawlaczyk

    Judy was in all respects except birth my mother. She raised me she wiped tears and always had a bandaid ready for my boo boos. She walked me home from school everyday as a child. She listened to me and truly loved me. Her heart was big and selfless. Bet she’s running on them golden roads up there.

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