Virginia Fae (Cook) Gatti

Born: Sun., Apr. 26, 1942
Died: Sat., Dec. 29, 2018


Visitation

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Fri., Jan. 11, 2019
Location: Crandall Funeral Home


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Fri., Jan. 11, 2019
Location: Crandall Funeral Home


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Virginia Fae Gatti, 76 passed away on Saturday December 29, 2018   in Ely Nevada, after several years of ill health.
Virginia was born on April 26th, 1942 in Rock Springs Wyoming. One of 6 children born to Arthur George Cook and Murial Esther Lester Cook, Virginia was the second to the youngest of the 6 children.  She developed polio at an early age and spent a lot of her younger years in and out of hospitals. Virginia loved animals all of her life. She couldn’t stand to see an animal needing a home and so Virginia took in many pets and gave them a loving and good home.  Virginia loved her music, when she was younger she liked going to concerts and rodeos.  She played her music for hours, it comforted her very much.  Virginia grew up and attended school in Green River, Wyoming. Where she married Paul Budak  and moved to Ely Nevada, where she was later divorced.  She Married William (Bill) Gatti of Ruth, Nevada in 1965. Where she continued to live till her time of passing.

Virginia is survived by her Sister Marjorie Smith and her husband Glenn Smith, Brother-in-law Mike Gatti and his wife Judy Gatti, Son Anthony Gatti and his wife Cora Gatti, Daughters Tracy Gatti and Yvette Gatti, Grandchildren Nena Gatti, Abigail and Olivia Cooke, Brandon and Sara Barnum.

Virginia was preceded in death by her Husband Bill Gatti, Parents Arthur and Esther Cook, Sister Esther Shirley, Brothers Garold Eugene Cook, Darwin Henry Cook, and George Harold Cook;  Sister-in-law Marilyn Cook and Brother-In-law John Gatti

Funeral services will be held at Crandall’s Funeral Home in Evanston, Wyoming on Friday January 11, 2019 at 11:00 AM.  Interment will follow at the Evanston City Cemetery.

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Karen Cook
   Posted Thu January 10, 2019
So sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and best wishes to you and your family. With Love, Karen Cook

Yvete Maes
   Posted Mon January 14, 2019
I want to send my condolences for my mother and for my son and his wife for taking care of her and being there for her in her time of need all the time my son was a good son to her you took very good care of her he was t. remember one time you stayed next door next to her and it would make me smile when should go outside and say Anthony bring the dog food in that's how close they were and I'm gratefulI want to send the condolences for my mother and for my son and his wife for taking care of her and being there for her in her time of need all the time I spend was a good thunder her you took very good care of her he was there all the time for her I remember one time you stay next door next to her and it would make me smile when she go outside and say Anthony bring the dog food in. How close they were and I'm grateful for him taking care of her and her time of hurt and they're time in need I did get to speak to her on the phone at the hospital before she passed it was a nice feeling that also is sad feeling ☹️ she know she was in so much pain I know everyone's going to have their opinion of me and my mom's relationship but I still loved and I did apologize to her I'm sure it didn't make it better but I'm glad I got to speak to her before her passing wish I could have been there at the funeral thank you Anthony and Cora Gatti for all you did for her I'm just grateful she's not in pain anymore.

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