Beverly Elaine Gattari, age 87 of Clinton Twp., MI. passed away on May 30, 2021. Beloved wife of Gino. Loving mother of Mark (Janie) Gattari, Patrick (Jennifer) Gattari and James (Kim) Gattari. Cherished grandmother of Jessica (Brian) Verbeke, Allison Gattari, Kyle Gattari, Logan Gattari, Ryan Gattari, Jacob Gattari, Quinn Gattari and Grace Gattari. Dear sister of Michael (Peggy) Denomme and the late Jean Denomme and Richard (Marsha) Denomme. Loving aunt to many nieces and nephews.
Beverly will always be remembered for her excellent baking skills. She always enjoyed reading and loved playing games. She will be greatly missed by her family and all who knew her.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, June 2, 2021 from 3:00-8:00pm at Chas. Verheyden Inc., 43300 Garfield, Clinton Twp., MI. Rosary Wednesday 7:00pm. Funeral mass will be held on Thursday 10:00am at St. Paul Tarsus, 41300 Romeo Plank Rd., Clinton Twp. MI with instate 9:30am. Memorial contributions may be made in honor of Beverly Gattari to the Capuchin Soup Kitchen at cskdetroit.org Please share a memory at www.verheyden.org.
I heard the sad news at Mass on Sunday. Beverly organized our Rosary Ministry for American House. She reluctantly stepped down as her health declined. Beverly inspired me to participate in this ministry. Our Lady was surely waiting for Beverly with open arms. Praying for all who mourn Beverly, especially her sweet Gino.
Beverly was my pew pal in church every Sunday, Of course we had a reserved seat with our favorite usher, Gino. I will remember Beverly as a very kind and wonderful lady. I will miss our talks about cooking or visiting her family. Rest In Peace my friend.
We can only dream of the celebration that Jesus has in store for us. Beverly is living that celebration now and forever with all who have gone before her. May God grant all of Beverley's family His Peace and Love.
I will miss Aunt Bev very much.
She was my godmother and will always hold a special place in my heart. I will miss catching up with her over the phone at Christmas and Easter. Some of my best childhood memories was eating the melon ball fruit salad, Munster cheese, and baby Gerkin pickles that she often had out during the family parties at their old house. To this day, anytime I see those foods in the grocery store or at a party, I think of Aunt Bev and Gino.
Sorry I can’t be there.
Love, Gloria (Resch) Zamora
I love my aunt and the family she was so proud and appreciative of. She made every occasion so much more joyful when you could hear her laughter. She sought the humour at every chance.
Sincere respects to my uncle and cousins and all the growing family that must be a sight to see these days.
...we live forever.
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Clinton Township, MI 48038
Clinton Township, MI 48038
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