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Jeny Boyd

October 27, 1926 — October 24, 2016

Jeny I. Boyd, 89, of Greensburg died Monday, October 24th at Redstone Highlands with her family at her side. Born October 27, 1926 in Greensburg, she was the eldest daughter of the late James and Josephine Iannuzzo.  Jeny was married to Joseph B. Boyd (deceased 2010) for 62 years.

Jeny was a lady of gentle beauty and grace. Her unwavering faith was most important to her. She was a long time member of the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral. She enjoyed weekly bible studies and the rosary group during her years living at the Redstone Highlands, Greensburg Campus. Jeny's family was the center of her life. Being a daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother filled her days with so much joy. She especially loved the family gatherings at their cottage in Ligonier, the Christmas holidays, and also the summer family trips to Hilton Head, S.C..

Jeny is survived by her sister, Rosemarie Cole of Greensburg, and daughters  Barbara B. Dunnett and husband Kenneth of Fort Mill, S.C., Joan M. Marcinko and husband Leonard of Atlanta, Georgia, Jamie L. Boyd of New York, New York, and Lisa A. Greener and husband Charles of Washington, D.C.; eight grandchildren, Mary D. Arden, Jeny M. Maier, Michael A. Dunnett, Jamae T. and Julie A. Marcinko, Joseph B., Charles A. and Samuel T. Greener and Kristin L. Nicolette; and seven great- grandchildren, Aiden M. and Madison  Dunnett , Gabriel W.,  Azriel E., and Michael S.  Arden,  Thompson A. Maier and Emery Jane Nicolette.

Friends will be received on Friday October 28th from 1-5pm at the KEPPLE-GRAFT Funeral Home 524 N. Main Street, Greensburg.

A  mass to celebrate Jeny's life will be held on Saturday at 9:30am at the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral 300 N. Main Street, Greensburg. (Everyone please go directly to the church).

Interment will follow at Greensburg Catholic cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions to the Senior Independence Hospice of Southwestern Pennsylvania or a charity of your choice in Jeny's name.

The Boyd family wishes to thank the loving caregivers of Stay at Home Westmoreland, of Redstone Highlands Senior Independence, the community and friends of Redstone Highlands,  and the  Senior Independence Hospice of Southwestern Pennsylvania  staff for their support and love for our mother.

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