Laura N. (Nertz) Munter

Born: Fri., May 20, 1932
Died: Mon., Mar. 26, 2012

Memorial Service

11:00 AM Fri., Mar. 30, 2012

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Age 79 was born in New York City on May 20, 1932 to Sadie & Herman Nertz. She died in her sleep in Boston on March 25, 2012. She married Dr. Preston K. Munter (deceased) in 1955. She will be missed by her children, Anthony (Suzanne Goldenberg), Edward and Susan Munter Ford (David Ford), her granddaughter Petra Munter and grandson, Leo Ford. She was the dear sister of Barbara Wien and Norma Goldberg, and a much loved sister-in-law of Melvin A. Goldberg and the late Sidney A. Wien.  

Laura grew up in Bayswater in the Rockaways where her love of the ocean and the beach became a part of her being that lasted her whole life.  

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service in the Harvard Facility Club 20 Quincy Street Cambridge Friday March 30 at 11 am

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Jay F. Theise
   Posted Thu March 29, 2012
Dear Tony, Teddy, and Susie, my condolences on your mother's passing.
Jay F. Theise

Beth Levy
   Posted Thu March 29, 2012
To the Munter Family: I was truly to arrive at breakfast Monday morning to find to sad news of Mom's passing. I really thought we would have a long friendship at Chestnut Park. However, G-D thought otherwise. At least now she is at peace and no longer suffering. May you live with the good memories you shared. Sincerely, Beth Levy

Susan M. Lattanzi, PT
   Posted Thu March 29, 2012
My sincere condolences to the family of Laura Munter. I was your mother's physical therapist for many years and I was very saddened to see her obituary in today's paper. She was a lovely woman and I enjoyed our treatments together. We had great discussions about politics, a favorite topic of hers, and she spoke so fondly over the years of her family, esp. her grandchildren. I was just commenting a few months ago that we haven't seen her recently in the office and I wondered how she was doing. I am sorry for your loss.