Mr. Aulo Garbati, 79, of Virginia Beach died on June 1, 2001 in Virginia Beach General Hospital.
Born in Italy on May 21, 1922 to Pio and Maria Garbati, he was an Italian airforce veteran and a retired machinist.
He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Marina Garbati; his son, Richard Pio Garbati and his wife Lynda L. Garbati of Virginia Beach; three grandchildren, Nicole Danyelle, Tanya Maria and Josuha Richard Garbati, all of Virginia Beach;and his sister, Eginia Bazzighi of Italy.
A Mass will be held in the Star of The Sea Church, Virginia Beach, on Monday, June 4, 2001 at 11:00am with Father James E. Dorson officiating. Burial will take place in Colonial Grove Memorial Park.
Altmeyer Funeral Home, Virginia Beach , is in charge of arrangements.
A WONDERFUL,LOVING,AND CARING UNCLE WHO LOVED HIS FAMILY, HIS LIFE,HIS GARDEN,AND SPORTS.I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE SMILE ON YOUR FACE WHEN YOU WELCOMED US INTO YOUR HOME.I WILL MISS YOU AND NEVER FORGET YOU.
LOVE ROBERT,EILEEN,MICHELE AND MELISSA
Hey grandpa im really gunna miss you. All of your funny faces and you beating up grandma. It was great. I will always remember you.And hang in there grandma.I live right down the street, and im here whenever you need me. Grandpa was the greatest
luv ya lots,
I Gerri will Always see Aulo’s
smiling face at the table and telling me that the food was not good, so he could have more.
I never met a more hospitable family as Aulo and Marina.
I luv u grandpa, and I miss you so much, can’t wait to see u again :
May the lord be with you and your family at this time. May he give you all the strenght you need. God Bless you All
Our deepest Sympathies to the Garbarti family.Our thoughts are with you.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of sorrow.
Our toughts and prayers are with you all always!!
Sorry to hear about the loss even though i didnt know him im sure he was a great man !
To Marina, Richard, Lynda and children,
Our heartfelt condolences go out to you all at the loss of your
beloved husband Marina and we pray that Aulo will live on in
the many memories you have of him. He was a great Father &
Grand father. We were blessed to have shared the graciousness and hospitality
of your Father, Aulo and your Mother, Marina in their home
in Brentwood and were sorry to see them leave, but were very
happy that they were moving to Virginia Beach to be with their
Children and Grandchildren. God Bless you All, your
friends always, Walter & Doris
We are sorry to hear of your loss. Our deepest sympathies.
Eileen & Steve Rufle
2476 Lourdes Court
We are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prays are always with you all.
I will always remember the grapes in the back yard and the conversations on the back pourch with the A cookies!
Rob, Lisa, Meagan, Michelle and RJ.
When you lose a parent, you realize how short life is. He will live on in your hearts and memories forever.The emptiness that you feel right now will pass in time as the healing begins. Know that you are all in our hearts and prayers always, no matter the distance between us. Cherish those you love, and never forget to tell them “I love you” before it’s to late.
You will forever be in my heart.You were the best PoP any one could ask for,even though you never said much I know how you felt, I can see it in your eyes As I did the night you left us.I loved you with all my heart,And I will forever miss you.May God continue to watch over you as well as us.You will always be in my heart and prayers.Untill we meet again.
With all my love, Your Daughter in law