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 Cozeolino-Gregory J.
Born: 06/09/1955
Died: 11/23/2017
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Cozeolino-Gregory J.

Gregory J. Cozeolino, 62, died Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, 2017 at his home in Warren, NJ. Born June 9, 1955 in Brooklyn, NY, the son of the late Anna Niemitz & Joseph Cozeolino, he lived in Warren NJ the last 18 years. He was a sales engineer for DNOW Corporation in South Plainfield NJ.

He is survived by his two sisters, Patrice Cozeolino & Sandra Martone and his fiance Christine Pisano.

Visitation is Wed. Nov. 29, 2017 from 2-7pm at Greenville Memorial Home 374 Danforth Ave. Jersey City. Service during Visitation. Cremation Private.

Please omit flowers: Because of Greg's love of animals, especially dogs, donations to: St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Shelter, 575 Woodland Ave. Madison, NJ 07940 in his memory would be appreciated.

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My heartfelt condolences to Christine and her family and to Greg's sisters. He was one of a kind and a straight shooter. I, along with others, will miss him immensely.
John A. Fenimore
I worked with Greg at Wilson 10 years ago. We always would discuss music.Greg was all Beatles. I would try to get him to listen to some new groups and he would have nothing to do with it. He was a kind soul and always made us laugh. He will be missed
John Bussiculo
Gregg was like an older brother. He had a great sense of humor. You will be missed. I'm sure your reminiscing with Kyle, Kit, Johnny and Dennis. Rest In Peace brother.
Hillary Drew-Gardner
Christine, Sandra and Patrice. Gregg worked for me during the Wilson/DNOW years... always the business professional, prepared and dressed for the occasion. Whether he was talking music, reel-to-reel tapes, drums, his white Caddy or work related pipe, valves and fittings, there was always a one-liner somewhere delivered in that famous Coz/Rodney Dangerfield style. It was a joy to have known Gregg. We last talked right before he took ill and it was a time in his life where he was clearly proud of his accomplishments... both personal and professional This week I shared his passing with many of his customers, in particular those at Con Ed in NY and they asked that their condolences be passed on to his family May Gregg Rest in Peace
Peter Colucci
Greg even though I only had the privilege of meeting you last year through Chris there was never a day that would go without you say hi and or at the end of the work day when I'd tell you Chris is on her way out you'd have a smile from ear to ear when I told ya she'd be right out . I know it's going to be hard for her and Fran and Angelica will be there through all those rough patches that she's going to go through but I will also be there for her she always spoke of you at work and would always this gleam while doing so how you both went every where together and now Greg she will have a Guardian angel always by her side for the strength from you That will guide her as she begins her healing process may the road rise up to meet you May the wind be always at your back may the sunshine warm upon your face as you enter the heavenly pearly gates ....... Until you and Chris meet someday Rest In Peace Greg
Carol Pasquale
Patty I am so sorry for your loss of your brother. Although i didn't know him well but he will be in my prayers. Love you 51 Diane
Diane Convery
Greg was great to work with. Even better he was a great friend. He will be greatly missed.
Jeff Skillman
I was privileged to work alongside Greg for nine years at Wilson/DNOW. What I remember most is his passion for his work and for classic rock music, which we would often discuss at length. He had a great sense of humor and you always got the feeling you were in on the joke. My heart goes out to his family and friends. As the song says, "only the good die young". Godspeed, Greg. You are missed.
Mike Vincitore
I worked with Greg " The Coz" for the last twenty five years going back to our days at Plastic Piping Systems/Ryan Herco and Wilson/Dnow. We were a team Mr. Inside Sales and Mr Outside Sales. We would sometimes get ourselves into a mess with a customer but always managed to salvage a win mainly because of Greg's dedication and great sense of humor. Sort of a comic relief from the stress of the job. We spent a lot of time together not just in the office but outside as well making sales calls and at trade shows. I got to know him well and I am glad to say he was more than a co worker but also a great friend. I will never forget your generosity ( Haisch's donuts) Your passionate political views Your love of the NY Mets but most of all Greg just being Greg! Christine thank you for keeping me informed about Greg. I wish I could have met you prior under better circumstances. Patrice it was nice meeting you. Your speech and mannerisms reminded me so much of Greg. May God bless both of you. Tom Grillo
Tom Grillo
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