Barbara G. Preziosi
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Barbara G. Preziosi

Barbara G. Preziosi, passed away on September 3, 2020. Barbara was born in Denville, NJ to the late Henry and Thelma (Wilbeck) Ritter. A long time resident of Morristown, NJ, Barbara retired from the Morris School District after 25 years as a teacher's assistant. Upon retirement, Barbara moved with her husband, Paul, to Magnolia, DE. Barbara was especially fond of her time as a baseball and football mom to her sons, Thomas and Robert, during their little league days and Morristown High School sports. Barbara's joys included word games, reading, listening to music and watching figure skating. Barbara is survived by her loving husband of 39 years, Paul of Magnolia, DE., two proud sons, Thomas of Springfield, VA, Robert of Morristown, NJ, her sister Karen Riccobono, and her husband James, of Chester, NJ, her brother Alan Ritter, of Wharton, NJ, as well as many nieces and nephews. A mass celebrating Barbara's life is scheduled for Friday, September 25th at St. Margaret's Church in Morristown at 10am. In lieu of flowers, please send donations in Barbara's name to the Morris Educational Foundation or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.




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Published in Daily Record from Sep. 14 to Sep. 15, 2020.
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September 19, 2020
Our sincerest sympathies to Paul, Thomas and Robert. We recently had such a nice conversation with Barbara, catching up on how all the family was doing, so glad for that opportunity. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.
Sincerely,
John, Peggy Sateja & family
Peggy Sateja
Friend
September 18, 2020
Barbara and I met when Thomas entered Kindergarten at Hillcrest and our friendship grew over the years that both boys were in elementary school. Thomas was the same age as Jeff and our husbands coached played Little League while our sons played. Barbara was a caring mother and friend who was never too busy to lend a hand or have a sympathetic conversation and she was always ready to help someone else. I will always miss our telephone chats and our meetings out with friends. I always knew I could count on Barb. May she be at peace now.
Sue and Frank Leloia
Sue Leloia
Friend
September 17, 2020
My sympathies to all of Barbara’s loving family. Both of children had the privilege of spending their kindergarten year in her classroom. She was a wonderful addition to the classroom and my children, Elyse and Owen, shared so many stories of their craft times, play rehearsals, and especially the extra ice cream sandwiches she seemed to be able to find for her favorite kids! We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
Genrich Family
Student
September 17, 2020
My sympathies to all of Barbara’s loving family. Both of children had the privilege of spending their kindergarten year in her classroom. She was a wonderful addition to the classroom and my children, Elyse and Owen, shared so many stories of their craft times, play rehearsals, and especially the extra ice cream sandwiches she seemed to be able to find for her favorite kids! We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
Nadine Genrich
September 16, 2020
We always had a wonderful close group of teacher assistants. And we loved celebrating birthdays and going places together over the years. Barbara will be surely missed. She always took time to ask me about my kids and helped me through my divorce. Barb was a good friend and I will miss her dearly.
Debbie Atkins
Debbie Atkins
Coworker
September 16, 2020
Dear Uncle Paul, Thomas & Robert,

I can't imagine this trying time you are all going through. I know God will give you the strength you need. You are in our thoughts and prayers throughout the day. It is devastating to lose a mother and a spouse, but please know, she is with you in spirit and this is for all eternity.

Aunt Barbara was a wonderful woman, wife & mother who always held her head high and gave endlessly to those around her especially to Uncle Paul, and her dear sons, Thomas & Robert. We are so sad she has passed from this earth, but I do know she is wrapped in God's loving arms.

May God bless you, Uncle Paul, Thomas, and Robert and be with you always.

Love,
Diane, Randy & Zachary


Diane Smith
Family
September 15, 2020
Paul, so sad to hear of Barbara’s passing. Judi (Parrillo) and Joe Barron
Judi Barron
Friend
September 15, 2020
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. Barb will be missed.
Barbara Arnold
Coworker
September 15, 2020
Our deepest sympathy to Paul and family on the passing of Barbara. May God bless you in this time of sorrow.
David and Lucille Esposito
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