In Memory

Lorraine Roger (Puzo) - Class Of 1965

 

 

 

 

 

Lorraine R. Puzo, 66, of Middletown, died on March 23, 2014 in Wildwood Crest. She was born in Bronx, NY and lived in Paramus before moving to Middletown in 1973.  Lorraine began working for NJ Bell in 1966 before leaving to raise her family.  She returned to work in 1981, working for AT&T and Lucent until her retirement in 2010.

She will be happy to be with her beloved husband, Glenn, who predeceased her. She wrote: "Do not mourn for me. I am finally at peace." 

Surviving are her 2 sons and daughters-in-law, Glenn R., Jr. and Michele Puzo and John R. and Nancy Puzo; sister and brother-in-law, Carolyn and Paul Maramaldi; grandchildren, Briana Kiernan, Nicole, Michael, Kyle, Glenn Patrick and Kelly Puzo. 

Lorraine was preceded in death by her husband, Glenn R. Puzo; parents, Armando and Constance Roger and brother, Armando Roger.



 
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05/15/14 06:22 PM #1    

Ron Raab (1965)

Lorraine rest in peace. You are now with God and your loved ones. You will be missed.

Ron


06/22/14 08:00 PM #2    

Joe Grisafi (1965)

This is the first opportunity I've had to visit the PHS web site and peruse the status of classmates. And now I find my heart saddened by this news. Lorraine and I communcated last year or before when Glenn passed away. But sadly, our communcation ended for some unknown reason. Now I find this sad news. 

Lorraine and I had a great friendship during high school. I missed her all these years. I even told her that after all these years I still remembered her birthday, April 12. A couple of years ago, having missed many birthday's, I wished her happy birthday. It felt good. She was a great example to follow. My parents loved her.

I will miss her no matter how short our time together was during high school. Our time together was unforgettable. We danced together at one of the park dances (forget name) and at other parties and occasions. She taught me how to do the Bristol Stomp.

Rest in Peace Lorraine. I will remember our days together during high school. I find it hard to fathom the thought........of you not being here with the rest of your class.

Yes, you are now at peace............and with Glenn. I still feel a numbness in my heart. I just can't find the words to express my feelings. I can't believe it. As I look at her high school picture the memories of those happy days come flooding back.

Joe Grisafi


06/23/14 08:16 AM #3    

Richard Kammer (1965)

I think Joe said it all.

 


06/23/14 10:10 PM #4    

Samantha Elaine Nisky (Mc Raney) (1965)

And as a new comber to PHS from Fairlawn she welcomed me with a smile and gave me a tour of the school for the first time. It was my first day and I thought she was the tops.  Sometimes it is the little things in life that matter and BOY did they on my first day of school with her at the welcoming door.   We did not become friends, but I knew that first year she was looking over my should.                                                            With Great Respect.   Elaine Nisky, class of 65  aka  Sam/ Samantha Mc Raney, New Orleans, La


06/24/14 07:28 AM #5    

John Obliskey (1965)

Amen Joe. She will be missed by all her classmates, friends and family. Rest in peace Lorraine


06/24/14 01:31 PM #6    

Ed Fehring (1965)

Heaven’s Heart”
 
“In Memory of Lorraine Roger Puzo"
 March 23, 2014

 
Witness the warmth of friends and friendship gathered,
Of sadness shared, forever book marked in our lives.
 
Stillness is the shadow of love eclipsing memories found,
Silent is the sound of the wind in the journey ahead.
 
Joyous are the mementos given in spirit, voice and form,
Cherished in solitude and special times remembered.
 
A fondness befriended everyone’s soul and being,
By limericks chasing themselves in humorous circles.
 
Everlasting is this tribute offered, an echo never ending,
Words are but messages sent forward for others to hear.
 
Tears are given to temper the remembrance left behind,
A woman who embellished life rather than just living it.
 
Empty is the place of her dreams and waking thoughts,
But I know she has endless comfort in Heaven’s Heart.
 
Love,

Ed  J. Fehring, Jr.

(Copyrighted and Written by Ed J. Fehring, Jr. 2005)

 


06/26/14 02:48 PM #7    

Paula Cohen (Clemente) (1965)

RIP Lorraine. You had such a warm & giving nature.  It was difficult when we moved to Paramus at the end of 9th grade.  You welcomed me to Westbrook and eased the way.


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