Judith "Judy" Morrison

  • Born: December 18, 1943
  • Died: April 21, 2018
  • Location: Lebanon, Pennsylvania

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James A. Porterfield, Supervisor
Lebanon, PA 17042

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Judy Morrison, nee Zamula, aged 74, died Saturday, April 21, 2018 after a long-term illness. Judy was born December 18, 1943, in Newark, NJ, the daughter of Theresa Reznak Tortorello and Henry Zamula.
Judy was raised in Irvington, NJ where she graduated from Irvington High School. She held various administrative positions as a young woman and eventually became elf-employed as a bookkeeper and tax practitioner. She had a love of books and reading and enjoyed doting on her grandchildren. At time of her death, Judy resided in Lebanon, PA; she previously lived in Oceanport and Jackson, New Jersey.
Judy is survived by her devoted husband of forty one years, William P. Morrison. She is also survived by daughters Jennifer Brown, Jacqueline Armstrong and son-in-aw Jim Armstrong, son Daniel Morrison, stepdaughters Wendy Morrison, Heather Hobbie, Amy Cote and stepson Todd Morrison. In addition, she is survived by grandchildren Rachel and Sean Ambrose, Grace, Jack, and Eve Armstrong and Skyler Bailey, sister Elaine Applegate and brother-in-law John Applegate, brother Arthur Krystofiak and partner Michael Botbol, nieces Arlen Paulucci, Mia Krystofiak-Botbol and nephew Alexander Krystofiak-Botbol and many lifelong friends.
Judy will be remembered at a private memorial service. In lieu of flowers, please feel free to donate to the charity of your choice.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Judy has been my friend for over 60 years. I can reflect on many great experiences we shared over the years. We grew up in Irvington, graduated Irvington High and worked together in the tax business for many years. We had great times down the shore, marathon pinochle games and throughout the years developed a close bond. She loved children, especially babies and treated my children and grandchildren like her own. We will miss her. She was such a big part of our lives.
Rest in peace, Judy. We will never forget you.

Posted by Eva Kapscady - Whitehouse Station, NJ - friend   April 27, 2018

Sending heartfelt condolences to Jacquie and all of your family. With love and prayers to all.

Posted by Lisa Whalen - Eatontown, NJ - friend   April 26, 2018