Laurel C. Zogby

  • Born: September 8, 1941
  • Died: October 30, 2019
  • Location: Utica, New York

Tribute & Message From The Family

Laurel was born on September 8, 1941 and passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 2019.

Laurel was a resident of Utica, New York at the time of passing.

Funeral services will be on Saturday at 1 pm at Historic Old St. John's Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated. NOV 1. 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT) McGrath, Myslinski, Karboski & Nunn Funeral Directors 470 French Road Utica, NY, 13502 https://www.nunnandmcgrath.com/ Mass of Christian Burial NOV 2. 1:00 PM (EDT) Historic Old St. John's Church 240 Bleecker Street Utica, NY.

In lieu of flowers, please consider remembrances in Laurel's name to the Alzheimer's Association or Historic Old St. John's Building Fund.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Kamil & family,
Just a few words to say how sorry I was
to read of Laurel's passing.She was so kind
and friendly to everyone she met.She is now
in heaven with all her angels.May she rest
in peace.

Tony Domanico
Tucson, AZ.

Posted by A friend   November 09, 2019

Dear Kamil & Family, We were so sorry to hear about Laurel. We will always remember the dinner & coffee visits with her here in Florida.
She is at peace now. May your memories give you comfort & joy forever,
Our deepest sympathy!
Ray & Lorraine Montanarelli

Posted by Lorraine Montanarelli - Port Orange, FL   November 06, 2019

Kamil, please accept our sincere condolence upon the death of your beloved wife, Laurel. Our Sysco group of retirees enjoyed many lunches and Sysco functions with you both. Laurel was a warm, gentle woman who made friends with whomever she met. Eternal rest grant unto her, OLord, and may Perpetual Light shine upon her.

Posted by Teresa Buczek - Syracuse, NY   November 05, 2019

Posted by Teresa Buczek - Syracuse, NY   November 05, 2019

Dear Kamil and family,

We were very sorry to hear of Laurel's passing.

She will be remembered in our thoughts and

prayers. She was such a lovely lady.

May she rest in peace.

With sincere sympathy. Rich & Jean Tomlin

Posted by Richard Tomlin - Ponce Inlet, FL   November 02, 2019

Kamil and family,

I was deeply saddened to hear of Laurel's passing.

My sister Terry Pauley and Laurel were friends in high school and remained lifelong friends.

I remember Laurel as a kind, loving person, a devoted wife and mother and a good and loyal friend.

No doubt Laurel and Terry have reunited in heaven.

With sincere sympathy,
Michele (Zegarelli) Roswig

Posted by A friend   November 02, 2019

Kamil and family I am sorry for your loss of laurel, she was a great loving individual with always a smile, may God Bless and Keep Her Close.


Nick Parrotta
Naples,Fl.

Posted by Nick Parrotta - Naples, FL   November 02, 2019

Kamel and family

We were deeply saddened to learn of Laurel's passing. It's been a long time since Fairfax when we were all young with small kids, but Laurel never seemed to change. May your heart be warmed by the wonderful time you shared together and the beautiful family you created.

We are presently out of town, but please accept our sincere condolences on her passing. May she Rest In Peace.

Sheila and Ron Cuccaro

Posted by Sheila Cuccaro - Utica, NY   November 02, 2019

My very deepest sympathies on the loss of Laurel.

Posted by John Brown - Utica, NY   November 02, 2019

Kamil-

My sincere condolences for your loss. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

Posted by Phil Styc    November 01, 2019

As a member of the Fairfax gang I remember Laurel well and I will offer Mass tomorrow for her eternal peace and rest. My love and best wishes to all the family and friends. Fr. Jim Denn, CSC Notre Dame, Indiana

Posted by A friend   November 01, 2019

May the memory of laurel remain vivid in your heart, and may the God of all comfort be with you.

Agatha Cittadino

Posted by A friend   November 01, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. Laurel was a great lady and will be missed.

Posted by Fran & Lynn Price - Fuquay Varina, NC - friend   November 01, 2019

Candle

Posted by Colleen Truax    November 01, 2019

Charles and family,
Wishing you strength and peace during this difficult time. May memories bring you comfort.

Posted by Andrea Malone - Erie, PA   November 01, 2019

Kamil You have my deepest sympathy on the passing of your wife.

Posted by Steve Gerling - Whitesboro   November 01, 2019

kamil and family


Sorry to read about laurels passing.

I have wonderful memories of the times we
spent on different occasions.



Phil Enea

Posted by A friend   November 01, 2019

In the old days, the Oastler house on Fairfax was the hub of activity for a bunch of us to play every sports game and to just hang out. We must have driven Stella and Bernie nuts but they never showed it. Big sister Laurel was as kind, nice and steady as they come. It was fitting that she was joined in union with a very similar person. The Oastlers, Laurel and Kamil are all products of an age when close friends, kindness and just plain goodness were the norm. The memories are very special to many of us. May God bless Laurel, Kamil and their family.

Posted by Rodger Potocki - New Hartford, NY   November 01, 2019

A kind and gentle person who touched the hearts of all who met her, She is dancing with the Angels on the Banks of the River Jorden!

Posted by Barbara Circelli - Utica, NY   October 31, 2019

Candle

Posted by Barbara Circelli - Utica, NY   October 31, 2019