Naomi Judd was born in Ashland, Kentucky, to parents Pauline Ruth ‘Polly’ Oliver Judd and Charles Glen Judd on January 11, 1946. Her father was the proprietor of a petrol station.

Naomi Judd and her daughter have a total of twenty top-10 hits (with fifteen at number one) and have won all three major country music awards ceremonies for the past eight years.

They received numerous awards, including five Grammy Awards. With the Judds’ smash “Love Can Build a Bridge,” she received a Grammy for country song of the year.

TV Stations to Watch Naomi Judd’s Funeral Service
TV Stations to Watch Naomi Judd’s Funeral Service

After being diagnosed with Hepatitis C, Naomi Judd’s time with the Judds abruptly ended.  In 1993, the American Academy of Achievement honored Naomi Judd with the Golden Plate Award.

More American Graffiti, A Holiday Romance, Naomi’s New Morning Can You Duet, The Killing Game, My Kitchen Rules, and An Evergreen Christmas are among Naomi Judd’s film credits.

As a member of The Judds, she and her daughter Wynonna were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2021.

TV Stations to Watch Naomi Judd’s Funeral Service

The funeral of Naomi Judd will be live-streamed on many television channels and online streaming sites. The specific channels on which her funeral will be broadcast remain unknown.

Naomi Judd will be laid to rest in the First Pentecostal Assembly of God on Monday, May 9, 2022, at roughly 10 a.m. She’ll be buried in Memorial Lawn Cemetery.