Justis James Greto

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Surrounded by love and the embrace of his entire family, Justis James Greto, 15, of Woodlyn, Pa., left this earthly world peacefully on May 11, 2017. His life has touched so many as he courageously fought brain cancer for the past 3 ½ months. Justis battled his disease holistically and without complaint guided by his parents, Michael and Christen Greto.
Justis was a 10th grader at South Forsyth High School in Cumming. His intelligence and effort earned him a 4.0 GPA and academic letters. He was part of DECA and TSA. He enjoyed playing soccer for the United Futbol Academy. Justis had a strong passion for basketball as well. Although he made many new friends in Georgia, Justis's friendship bonds in PA couldn't be stronger.
Justis leaves behind his 9 year old sister, Auria and newborn brother, Julian. He is survived by his grandparents, Mary Ann Lynch (late James Lynch), Deborah Greto (Bruce Pysher) and Nicholas Greto (Kathryn Gorduek). Justis is also survived by his Uncles and Aunts, Nicholas and Dana Greto ( cousin Oona) and Matthew and Jacqueline Imbrogno.
Memorial service will be held 10:30 am Saturday May 20 at Notre Dame De Lourdes Church, Fairview Rd. & Michigan Ave., Swarthmore. Friends may call Saturday from 9-10:15am at Notre Dame De Lourdes Church.. The family would like their visitors to come clothed in happiness and not despair for this is a celebration of a young and vibrant life.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Justis' fundraiser page, Justis For All.
Kevin M. Lyons Funeral Service in Glenolden, Pa. is in charge of arrangements.
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Kevin M Lyons Funeral Service Ltd
202 S Chester Pike
Glenolden, PA 19036
(610) 583-4400
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Published in Forsyth County News on May 19, 2017