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Obituary of Louis Egyud

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Sadly, on September 14, 2018, we had to say goodbye to Louis Egyud (Newtown, Pennsylvania), born in Roebling, New Jersey. Family and friends can light a candle as a loving gesture for their loved one. Leave a sympathy message to the family in the guestbook on this memorial page of Louis Egyud to show support.

He was predeceased by : his parents, Louis Egyud and Anna Egyud. He is survived by : his wife Hila J. Egyud; his children-in-law, Keith Egyud, Beth Egyud of Newtown, PA, Mark Egyud of New York City, Sherri Egyud of New York City, Duane Egyud of New York City, Paula Egyud of New York City and Lisa Rajeski of New Egypt; his grandchildren, Kyle, Daniel, Lindsay, Hila, Ruby, Alexander, Jet, Madison, Ash and Cole; his sister-in-law Gloria Allen of Myrtle Creek, OR; and also, Hila Lutz and Timothy Lutz of Florence, NJ. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Samaritan Hospice, 5 Eves Drive, Suite 300, Marlton, NJ 08053 or to the Trinity United Methodist Church, 339 Farnsworth Ave., Bordentown, NJ 08505.


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Funeral service

Peppler Funeral Home
122 Crosswicks St, Bordentown, NJ


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