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Gregory Anfuso

Gregory Anthony "Woody" Anfuso

Saturday, June 13th, 1953 - Wednesday, April 29th, 2020
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Gregory Anthony Anfuso “Woody”, 66, a lifelong resident of Belleville, passed away on April 29, 2020. Gregory was born in Newark then raised in Belleville. For the last 10 years, he was a Civil and Environmental Engineer working for KS Engineers P.C. in Newark. Gregory loved golf and was credited with two lifetime holes in one. He was dedicated to Bible study and the Ministry. He was a self-taught guitar aficionado and an avid Karaoke performer. Beloved brother of “Dominick” Donald G. Anfuso and his wife Dolores. Cherished uncle of Donald Augustus Anfuso and his wife Rosie, Louis “Louie” Anfuso and Cristina Providence Anfuso. Long-time companion of Kathy Orton. Devoted son of the late August F. Anfuso and Providence (nee Badami) Anfuso. Due to the current health crisis, visitation and cremation were private. Arrangements Kimak Funeral Home, Carlstadt.
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Mary-Ellen Fargnoli , Dan , Katie , Josephine and Sandy

Posted at 03:54pm
Our warmest condolences to the family and Kathy. We have many fond memories of our dinners and conversations with Woody. May he rest in peace.
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Doug MacLean and Leo Murray

Posted at 11:49am
Gregory, may the wind always be at your back, and your drives in the fairway. May your second shots find the green, with one putt on every hole. RIP
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Vivek Patel

Posted at 10:54am
We will miss "Gregory Anfuso".
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Charles Meidhof

Posted at 07:26pm
Greg and I worked together at KS Engineers for the past 4+ years. He was an excellent engineer and an all-around good guy. A little story: Greg attended a review session at a New York City Agency in Long Island City (right off the 7 Line) one spring day. The session schedule was open-ended, but they got to Greg early and he was done by noon. He texted me that " DeGrom was facing Bumgardner at Citi Fields at a 1:10 "Businessman's Special" and that he was taking PTO for the afternoon and heading out on the 7 to see the game." When I think of him, I'll picture him in the stands on a beautiful day enjoying a cold beer while watching a pitchers duel." I'm sure they have good seats where he is now.
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Lawrence j Kern

Posted at 06:03pm
Greg will be missed by Many. He took his Engineering job seriously but was always there with a story, a Bible quote and a quirky dirty joke or two (which I always though oddly funny). Greg and I pass by each other at Storch. The preverbal 2 ship passing.... He came in as I was going out. Only later to find him joining our KSE gang. His engineering expertise, his skiing stories, his fraternity antics, his enjoyment for life and golf will be missed by many of us whos lives he touched. With his strong Faith in "He who has No Name", I am sure Greg has His ear and is trying to tell an old joke with a new twist. And I am sure all around him will be laughing. May God's Face shine upon you!
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