MOORESVILLE, N.C. (December 18, 2015) – The Allison Family is sad to announce the passing of Judy A. Allison, age 74, after complications from surgery earlier today at Iredell Memorial Hospital in Statesville.
Bobby Allison, NASCAR Hall of Fame driver, and Judy were married for 55 years. She was surrounded by her family, daughters Bonnie Farr and Carrie Hewitt, grandson Robbie Allison, brother-in-law Donnie Allison and his wife, Pat.
At this time, funeral and memorial arrangements are pending and will be announced when finalized. The family members ask for privacy during this difficult and sad time.
Very sad news today about a racing legend, Ron Bouchard has passed away. Ron’s friend Tom Ormsby announced his passing this morning on Facebook.
Ron’s career began in 1963 and spanned several decades including many modified wins up and down the east coast at tracks like Thompson, Stafford, Westboro, Seekonk and Waterford. His biggest modified win came in 1980 when he captured the prestigious Thompson 300.
In 1981 he moved up to the highest ranks of Stock Car racing, the NASCAR Winston Cup. His lone NASCAR Cup win was in the 1981 Talladega 500, the win was one of the greatest upsets in NASCAR Cup history and helped earn him 1981 rookie of the year honors.
Ron’s last NASCAR Cup race was in 1987 and he was elected into the New England Auto Racers Hall of Fame in 1998.
After racing Ron opened up Ron Bouchard Auto Store in home town of Fitchurg.
Ron was 67 when he passed, all of at Myracenews send our condolences to his family and friends.
We will have arrangements when they are announced.