Florence Viola Robertori
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Florence Viola Robertori

Toms River - Florence Robertori, 93, of Toms River, passed away on Saturday, December 26, 2020 as a result of Covid-19. Born in Union City, NJ, she lived in Paramus most of her married life before moving to Toms River.

Florence was an RN and worked as a school nurse at Ridge Ranch Elementary School in Paramus until her retirement when she and Ray moved to Greenbriar Woodlands in Toms River.

Florence, known as "Honey" by many, was a devoted Wife, Mother, Nana and Gigi. She was married to Raymond Robertori for 57 years before his death in 2007. Together they raised four children: Donald Robertori (Pamela) of Freehold, NJ; Michael Robertori (Theresa), of Sonoma CA; and Lisa Robertori Hollier (Steve Konopka) of Glen Allen, VA. She was predeceased by a son, James. She was a well-loved Nana to 7 Grandchildren: Daniel, Jaclyn, Lauren, and Briana Robertori, and John-Raymond, Michael and Tori Hollier. She also had one great-grandson, Danny.

Florence loved to play tennis and ping pong, to dance (especially the jitterbug) and to go for power walks with friends. She was an active member at Annunciation Catholic Church in Paramus and at St. Luke's in Toms River. A Celebration of Life is planned for this summer.

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Published in Asbury Park Press from Jan. 7 to Jan. 10, 2021.
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