Jude Vachon Death – Obituary News : Jude Vachon has died .
We are sad to report that Jude Vachon has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on August 21. 2021.
Teresa Frances Martuccio 1d · Dearest friends It is with great sadness that I’m saying, Jude Vachon has passed away unexpectedly. Please join us Tonight (Friday), at 7, at Frick park at the clearing below the tennis court entrance on Braddock, we’ll gather to honor and mourn. (To the left after the stair descent into the park). Invite anyone. 8282 11 Comments 9 Shares Like Comment Share
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Oh my god this is so shocking and sad. Jude was such a beautiful person. Sending all my love, I’m out of town at the moment.Arielle Cohen
Sending my love from a far. I will remember Jude as always charming and bright.Sarah Bauer
This is so shocking and sad. Jude and I had been in regular contact the past year. She seemed to be doing so well! We’ll be there tonight.
The world cracked open for me in the early-mid 1990s, discovering the city, zines, counterculture, the entire world beyond what I had known. I found WYEP and listened to its staticky dispatches, making sure to tune in each week to Prosody, recording it onto cassette when I could and playing and replaying my favorite episodes (such as poem “Zzyzx Road” with musical saw accompaniment). On one particular episode, young Jude Vachon, a barista at the Beehive (dream job, right?), read a piece about waiting on Ann B. Davis (who lived for most of the 90s in Ambridge, PA) and her inability to refrain from breaking the wall and saying what any of us would say: “Hey….aren’t you Alice?” Her words are burned into my brain, like a cool older cousin giving me a glimpse into what my world might look like in a decade or so.
Jude had no idea who I was, but I am grateful for her existence, and her very multifaceted work, and I hope that each person reading this will continue to keep putting your stuff out into the world, for all the weird kids in their cocoons, wearing out cassettes of your voice. RIP.