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Jennifer Lee Pizzi

March 8, 1972 - May 11, 2024
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Egizi Funeral Home
119 Ganttown Road
Turnersville, NJ 08012
(856) 227-9500 | Map
Monday 5/20, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Egizi Funeral Home
119 Ganttown Road
Turnersville, NJ 08012
(856) 227-9500 | Map
Monday 5/20, 12:00 pm

Jennifer Lee Pizzi (nee Nicolosi) On May 11, 2024 of Sicklerville. Age 52. Beloved wife of John. Devoted mother of David Halikman, Dominick Pizzi, and Vincent Pizzi. Loving grandmother of A.J., David, Mason, Logan, and her future grandson, Jaxon. Cherished daughter of Kenneth and Diane Nicolosi. Dear sister of Lynn Nicolosi, Jamie DeSanto (Michael), andContinue Reading

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Mr. & Mrs. Domenick Salvatore left a message on May 20, 2024:
In memory of Jennifer Lee Pizzi, Mr. & Mrs. Domenick Salvatore lit a candle
Tracy left a message on May 16, 2024:
Prayers and thoughts for the family, may Jen be at peace. Gone to soon
Ron Oppermann left a message on May 16, 2024:
Where do I start? Jen and I became friends in 1986, Freshman year at Triton High School. My first ever girlfriend and Jen were best friends at the time and that's how I really got to meet Jen. John & Joe and I we super tight, so we are hung together that year. I spent many a night at Jen's house hanging with Jen and company. At times I didn't have a girlfriend and John and Jen were together, but I still would come and hang out with everyone. (all those Yahtzee games). Jen and I would pass notes in class Freshman year. She really was good a writing notes and passing them to me in class...those were the days way before texting. I have seen all her kids born. They grew so fast. I can't count the number of trips we all made together to the Mountain House and were sort of all like kids again. Playing and having fun. I will truly miss you, Jen. I am glad you are at peace now. You deserve that.
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Ali Rushlow left a message on May 16, 2024:
Aunt Jen, you have always been someone to admire. You taught me so many important life lessons and so many important things. You drove with my mom and I to roadtrip back from Kansas and that was one of the funniest car rides! You came with me to my first ultrasound for “vincent jr” and we fell in love just looking at him even though he was just a little blob. I’m going to miss you during the big moments, I could always count on you to cheer me on. I’m going to miss you when life gets hard and you just need someone to talk to. I’m going to miss butt dialing you at least once a week and you calling back immediately to make sure I’m okay. You always said you looked at Joey, Tori, and myself as if we were your own. In a way, I think you were our own too. You and mommy were always there when we needed you. We still need you. I will make it my life mission to make sure that Uncle John, David, Dominick, and Vincent will always have someone to turn to when life gets hard. I’ll make sure they are taken care of. You lived life with no regrets until the very end. I’ll never be able to thank you enough for all you’ve done for us. Thank you for being my Moms best friend. I love you forever, lovey. Love, bubba
Sarah Gruben left a message on May 16, 2024:
So sad to find out the world lost a beautiful heart. Jen was the big sister I never had. I can see her captivating expressions and high brow faces she’d make while talking to me as if she is still right in front of me. I know her voice and her laugh, I can still hear it. Growing up, she was bigger than life, with captivating energy. Jen was someone I could talk to, confide in, and be myself around. Jen accepted everyone, she was loving and always had a minute to listen or advise if needed. She loved animals and big dogs heheh. She was a constant throughout my awkward teen years and during some of my life’s hardest moments. Jen treated me as family, quick to forgive, and always made me feel welcome and included. Watching her become a Mother and wife, she set the bar. She was always someone I strived to emulate. Loving, accepting, funny, passionate, down to earth, real, honest and just someone you wanted to be around. Did iI mention beautiful? Four of the most beautiful people inside and out, I happen to know will always and forever be the Nicolosi sisters, with all my love.
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Dana DiGiovanni Oppermann left a message on May 16, 2024:
My sincere condolences to all of Jennifer's family and friends. I was a long time friend of hers since 6th grade. We were friends in school and went to one another's birthday parties as teenagers. Later in life we hung out at the mountain house regularly where we spent quality time together conversing about life, sharing hair tips, making meals, watching movies, taking strolls outside to see the horses, play with our poodle Ginger, and later Rocky, and take long ATV rides in the woods with the guys. We even share in memories in Florida over her parents house playing games and having pizza, among other special occasions at one another's homes. I really enjoyed my time spent with Jen and will truly miss her!
Amber Skalamera left a message on May 16, 2024:
My heart and prayers are with all of you!!!! Always such a beautiful smile and a ray of sunshine. You always made me laugh when we would see each other. We didn't see each other often, but we always had a great time when we did. I'll remember you always Love you Jen
Nicole Walck left a message on May 16, 2024:
Like David said to me the other day, all of my childhood and teenage year memories lead back to each other and Jenn. Prayers flowing for the family and those closest to Jenn. I love you all.
Egizi Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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