Laura J. (Apuzzo) Greey died Friday, July 22, 2022 at her home in Berkeley Heights, NJ with her family by her side. She was 64.
Laura was born in the Bronx, NY on July 12, 1958, a daughter to Barbara (Cottell) and Br. Kenneth Apuzzo. Her family moved from the Bronx to New Milford NJ when she was in grade school. Laura met her husband Ed at a prayer meeting in Norwood NJ and they were married June 9th 1979. Laura and Ed lived in Northvale, NJ moving to Berkeley Heights in 1985.
Laura was a person of tremendous energy and lived a full life as a disciple of Jesus Christ in the roles of wife and mother. She was a registered nurse and left her hospital position to be the first nurse for Koinonia Academy. Later she served as a youth leader, a director for Camp Hope and a senior women's leader in the People of Hope Community for many years. She then took a position as a campus minister for the Diocese of Metuchen at Rutgers University where she served with all her heart. She was a faithful catholic, a Publicly committed member of The People of Hope, she loved to cook, help anyone and was a voracious spiritual reader. Laura was a parishioner at St. Vincent de Paul RC Church in Stirling, NJ.
She is survived by her Husband Edward Greey, her sons Thomas Greey, Joseph Greey and his wife Stephanie, and her daughters Lisa and husband Matthew Lytwyn, Annamarie and husband Andrew Provinsal, Laura and husband Joseph Harmon, Therese and husband Patrick Masterson, and Alicia and husband Gyorgy Matyasfalvi. She is also survived by 4 grandchildren William Provinsal, Lucy Lytwyn, Benedict and Nolan Harmon, her sister, Lynn Carro and her brothers, Br. Ken Apuzzo, Mike Apuzzo and Chris Apuzzo.
Visitation will be Wednesday, July 27, 2022 from 4 - 8 PM at St. Vincent de Paul RC Church 250 Bebout Ave., Stirling, NJ. A Mass of Christian Burial will be Thursday July, 28, 2022 at 10:00 AM at the Church. Burial will follow at St. Vincent de Paul Cemetery, Stirling. Arrangements are under the direction of the Valley Memorial Funeral Home 1012 Valley Rd., Gillette, NJ. Memorial Contributions may be made to Brotherhood of Hope https://brotherhoodofhope.salsalabs.org/real-community/index.html or The People of Hope https://www.peopleofhope.net/donatenow.
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Arrangements under the direction of Valley Memorial Funeral Home 1012 Valley Rd., Gillette, NJ