Judy Dyck Retires

Judy DyckThirty-six years ago, Judy Dyck moved from St. Catharines to Waterloo and was welcomed at Grebel to assist in the Food Services Department. Judy has been a welcome help in the kitchen: scooping in the bake room, assisting with groceries and dishes, washing tables, gathering wayward cups and spoons around the College, and helping to prepare for Community Suppers. Judy participated in many Grebel programs, including being a willing helper at Silver Lake and Trillium camps, chapels, and coffee breaks, and as a regular customer in the library. Judy loves music and was an avid volunteer at Grebel musicals and concerts, and she looked forward to the annual lunches with students who received the Judy Dyck Music Volunteerism Award.

During her time at Grebel, Judy’s joyful smile, friendly spirit, and curiosity has welcomed staff, students, guests, and strangers. Judy never hesitated to share a story, make a connection, and show welcome to everyone. The Grebel community wishes Judy continued “great times” in her retirement years.