Salisbury, Laura J.
Laura Jean (Horton) Salisbury 67, of Chenango Forks, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on July 26, 2014. She is predeceased by her father Leonard Horton; brother Gary Horton and a nephew Justin Horton. She is survived by her mother Teresa Horton; husband of 51 years Arnold Salisbury; her daughters Carin and Terry Greeno, Carol and Steve Majka, Michele and Rex Francisco; sons Arnie (Jessica) Salisbury, and Edward (Amanda) Salisbury; 12 grandchildren, Bryan(Penny) Greeno, Sara(Michael) Greeno, Matthew(Lauren) Greeno, Stefanie(Epifanio) Greeno, Kyle(Angel) Greeno, Michael Salisbury, Nicholas Majka, Brittany Francisco, Cailee Salisbury, Aaron Salisbury, Dylan Salisbury and Ambyr Salisbury; 10 great-grandchildren Shane, Dominick, Anthony, Vincent, Bryanna, Isiah, Keegan, Kaidyn, Mason, and Madyson; brother Len (Amy) Horton; sister Cathy Horton Zack; Aunt Pauline VanDorn; several sister-in-laws and 1 brother-in-law, many nieces and nephews as well as a godson David L. Zack and goddaughter Kelly Bough. Laura and her husband have owned and operated Chenango Shores Campground in Chenango Forks, NY for many years. She loved hot and sunny days and never wanted summers to end. She was an avid book reader. Laura loved gambling, whether it was scratch off lottery tickets or the occasional trip to Tioga Downs. She was known too many whether related or not as "Aunt Laura." She had many friends who loved her, she showed love and compassion to everyone she came in contact with and was always willing to lend an ear or hand to someone who needed it. She was caring and beautiful inside and out. Her love for her family was unconditional, she will be dearly missed. Visitation will be held at the THOMAS J. SHEA FUNERAL HOME, INC., 137 Robinson St. Binghamton on Wednesday from 4 to 7pm. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Paul's Church on Thursday at 10am. Entombment will be in Calvary Cemetery.
Thomas J. Shea Funeral Home, Inc.
137 Robinson Street Binghamton, NY 13904-1544
Published in Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin from July 29 to July 31, 2014