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Roberta Latham Greiner

Dan McClelland

Roberta Latham Greiner, 82, was born in Mt Holly New Jersey on October 23, 1934. She was married to Newton w. Greiner Sr on June 11, 1955.
She gave birth to three children Newton Jr,. now with wife Karen, Cynthia, now with husband Ray, and Barbara.
She began dating Newt when he was a sophomore and she a junior in high school and have been sweethearts for nearly 62 years. After her husbands retirement from the ministry they settled in Plattsburghin the winter and Upper Saranac Lake in the summer.
She went to be with her Lord on April 21st while in Elderwood rehab center in Lake Placid. Her family comforted her throughout her stay at Elderwood. When at home she was attended to by her husband her son, Newton Jr,, and Karen, Barbara and Cindy.
Roberta is predeceased by her father Robert C. Latham, her mother Edythe Arey and sister Marilyn Hare
Her talents in art, ceramics and needle work were superb, often winning best of show especially in art.
She received and associates of arts degree in Human Services from Brookdale Community College in Lincroft New Jersey. She graduated with a 3.99 grade point average. After graduation she gained a position as a para professional in the Pemberton Twp. Elementary school.
Her abilities also included the computer and over a period of five years typed her husband's 400-page Doctoral dissertation.
She was a faithful servant of Jesus Christ teaching Sunday School for many years, attended bible study classes and sang in junior, youth and senior choirs. One of her greatest joys in life was spending time with her five grandchildren Desiree, Amie, Chani, Dawn and Alisson and her five great grandchildren, Samantha,Brandon, Daniel, Lily and Rose. In the birthday cards she sent there was always a gift to spend as they wished.
At Christmas, for many years, Roberta designed her own personal Christmas cards with her creative imagination.
She has now joined the saints in heaven receiving her eternal reward she so well deserves. The family will receive friends on Wednesday April 26 from 5p.m. to 7 p.m. with a service at 6:30 at the Stuart-Fortune-Keough funeral home.
In lieu of flowers Memorials may be sent to the American Heart Asociation.