Photo courtesy of Paul Ippolito Berkeley Memorial

Amy Elizabeth Pizzi

Basking Ridge, New Jersey


Send Flowers

Paul Ippolito Berkeley Memorial Obituary

Amy Elizabeth Pizzi, 37, of Basking Ridge, NJ, died on Sunday, October 23, 2016. Amy's loving family was with her.


Friends and family are invited to attend the visitation from 4-8 PM on Wednesday, October 26 at the Paul Ippolito Berkeley Memorial, 646 Springfield Ave, Berkeley...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

me 2016

Ms pizzi i miss u very much. i love u as a teacher

Dear Dr. and Mrs.,
My prayers are with you and your family
at the loss of Amy. All the Grey Nuns are keeping you in prayer. May the peace of the Father be with you. So hard to understand.
God bless,
Sr. Joan Marie

Dear Pizzi Family,
We are so sorry to hear about Amy's passing. We remember our discussions this spring and you telling us all the hardships she has been through. We can't imagine the pain and suffering you have endured over the years. Our prayers are with you and the family. Love Bill and Vicki

Dear Pizzi Family,
I was so saddened to hear about Amy's passing. I was in her class at Oak Knoll. Amy was just one of those souls that touched every single person she met. She brought you up when you were down. There was no being in a bad mood around Amy. Even an angsty little teenager like myself could not help but smile and laugh whenever I was in her presence. Some of the best memories I have of her were when we worked on the yearbook together senior year. Even all these years later...

Dear Pizzi family,

I'm so sorry to hear about Amy's passing. We had lost contact over the years, but as these things sadly go, hearing of her death has made me remember all the wonderful times we spent together as teenagers in New Jersey. Warming the bench together in the 9th grade softball team is one of my favourite memories. We chewed more sunflower seeds than we swung at pitches, but we had a great time doing it. I lost my mum ten years ago, and it has made me realize that...

To Amy's family you don't know me but I am Mike Ridenour's mom. No words can express my condolences although I never had the pleasure of meeting Amy I feel like I knew her through Mike please know you will all be in my prayers with much sympathy Fran Ridenour

Just learned of this sad news from our son, Damon in San Francisco. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this sad time. Amy was a wonderful person, loved by many. Please know our prayers are with you. The Gacicia Family

Marguerite, Peter, and Family,
Steve and I send our deepest sympathy to you at this time of heartbreaking loss. I know that Amy had a positive influence on so many lives. She was blessed to have such a loving family. May God bless all of you with peace, comfort, and hope.
With compassion and love, Claire

Amy had a tremendously positive impact on me during my time at Villanova. I am so saddened and shocked by the news.