Ann Bakos

April 20, 1915 - February 14, 2008

04/20/1915 - 02/14/2008

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Service
Friday February 15, 2008
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions
Visitation
Friday February 15, 2008
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions

Ann Bakos

NORFOLK- Ann Bakos, 92, formally of Ashlawn Drive, died February 14, 2008 at Lake Taylor Hospital after a brief illness.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio on April 20, 1915, she was the eldest daughter of the late James Bakos and Katherine Mruk, Cleveland OH. She married her first husband, George Bobby then divorced and remarried/divorced her second husband, Dale Fleek, before retiring as a Machinist at Harris Calorific Co., then moved and resided in Norfolk, Virginia.

She was a loving mother to Sandra Bobby Gargano of Norfolk, Virginia and Richard Bobby of Cleveland, Ohio; grandchildren; Brittan Bobby of Petersburg, West Virginia, Edmond Bobby and wife Emelia of Chesapeake, Virginia, Lisa Winfield and husband Brian of Virginia Beach, Virginia, Ernest Gargano III and wife Susan of Chicago, Illinois, and Victor Dale Gargano and wife Cathy of Norfolk, Virginia; great grandchildren, Morgan Ault, Victoria Bobby, and Zechariah Bobby of Petersburg, West Virginia, Olivia Winfield, and Sophia Winfield of Virginia Beach, Virginia, Alexander and Sarah Gargano of Chicago, Illinois, Victor Dale Jr, William Garrett, and Casey Elizabeth Gargano of Norfolk, Virginia; and great-great grandchildren, Aalah Ault, and Paige Ault of Petersburg, West Virginia.

Ann was an exceptional, gifted, intelligent, independent daughter, mother, grandmother and friend to all she meet. Her humor, wit, passions touched many during her life’s journey. The family appreciates all of the love, support, and care from Doctors, hospital staff, friends and family.

No services are planned.

Condolences maybe expressed to the family at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5792 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia or online at altmeyer.com

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Dolores Clemons
7 years ago

Deepest Condolences.Long time fellow 60+ member.Rest in Peace.

Brittan J. Bobby
7 years ago

Granmother, lived life to the fullest. She celebrated life everyday through her family and friends. She was an example that life is good. As we live each day let us not forget to celebrate life each day as Granmother would have. Ponder this; The same wind that gave Grandmother life, gave life to each of us.

M/M J. N Falletta
7 years ago

Rest in Peace

Lydia Corn
7 years ago

She was a dear friend to all of us. Considerate, fun loving, free spirited, outgoing and dependable, she will be sorely missed by a multitude of members.

The Sixty-Plus Club , President

Jean Yancey
7 years ago

She was a very close friend, and I loved her dearly. I look for the little red car, with the stick shift, to pull up at my front door at any time. She is my twin and I am her angel. Jean Yancey

Marianne Ferreol
7 years ago

To the family of Ann Bakos, especially the Gargano family. I recently read about the passing of Ms. Ann and I wanted to extend my deepest condolences. I will always have fond memories of her when she would wear the funny costumes for her water exercise class at the “Y” on holidays and those delicious crabcakes sandwiches that she made for the Christmas party. She was kind enough to give me her fabulous apple cake recipe,which I still make today.

Needless to say, I’m so glad to have known her. Thanks for the memories, Ms. Ann. God bless you all…. Marianne

Joseph and Helen Petro
7 years ago

We pray Ann is welcomed into the Kingdom and that the family will feel the comforting arms of the Savior.

Ann was our good customer for nut and poppy seed rolls. We always looked forward to seeing her at Easter time when she brought her luscious Easter food basket to be blessed at the Byzantine Catholic Church.

L&J. Snead
7 years ago

We will miss you. We thank God for allowing you to be in our lives.You will always be in our hearts.Rest in Peace.

Pat Pond
7 years ago

You were a mother to me and I loved you unconditionally. I will meet you in Heavan someday.

Pat Pond

Jean Yancey’s daughter