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“My Aunt Lucy died the day of our Dad's funeral - and to be honest, it has been a bit hard to digest... While she was really a "Great Aunt" to us...Read More »
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“Spent many Sunday afternoons with Lucy when she lived in Brooklyn. She introduced me to bowling and I came to really enjoy this activity. During ...Read More »
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“Lu was my Mom's only sister, and therefore was like my sister since I was an only child. We fought constantly growing up as sisters will, but she...Read More »
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“Lu and I were only 8 years apart in age. When I was in my 20's we used to pal around. Our family had a friend who was a manager at CBS and he...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Carol Flannery (Hurley) - OR

“Lucy loved to call me (She still got free long distance from AT&T) on Sunday Mornings to tell all of the family gossip. She kept us all together with...Read More »
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High Bridge, NJ- Lucy E. Hurley, 87, formerly of High Bridge, NJ, died Thursday, November 29, 2012 at Robinson Terrace Nursing Home in Stamford, NY where she had been a resident for the past year.

Born September 22, 1925 in Brooklyn, she was the daughter of Daniel and Lucy (Burkhardt) Hurley.

She had been a resident of High Bridge for forty years before moving to this area. Lucy retired in 1981 as a resource project manager after thirty-eight years of employment with AT&T in Bedminster, NJ.

She was predeceased by her parents as well as her sister, Helen Schumacher, and four brothers: Andrew, Daniel, William and Phillip Hurley.

Survivors include five nieces: JoAnn Hurley of Summit, Lois Henry of Temechula, CA, Carol Flannery of Tutlatin, OR, Patricia Mareck of Naples, ID, and Gladys Wendt of Tutlatin, OR; and one nephew: Dennis Hurley of Brentwood, NY.

Burial will be private at the family's convenience in Keyserkill Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to Palmer & Shaylor Funeral Home, 134 River St., Middleburgh and Mereness-Putnam Funeral Home, 171 Elm St., Cobleskill.