Oct 312014
 

Jeffrey Pellagatti   A celebration of the life of Jeffrey James “Jeff” Pellegatti, 1953-2014, will be held on Sunday, Nov. 9, at the Silver Creek Senior Center in Snowflake. A pre-service gathering for family and friends to share in some coffee and memories is planned at 11 a.m., followed by a memorial service at 12 p.m.

He was a Snowflake resident for eight years, and enjoyed the “Norman Rockwell” small town atmosphere and the friendly people.

Jeff was the son of Arthur and Evelyn (Probola) Pellegatti, and brother to Mike (Raeann) Pellegatti and Dave (Dianne) Gallery.

He was a master woodworker and a volunteer within the community for the senior center, as well as a shooting instructor for youth at the 4H Club. His many interests were in classic cars, building guitars, an appreciation for Rock ‘N Roll music, and a love for animals.

Jeff felt a kinship with everyone he met.

Silver Creek Mortuary of Taylor was in charge of the arrangements.

A celebration of the life of Jeffrey James “Jeff” Pellegatti, 1953-2014, will be held on Sunday, Nov. 9, at the Silver Creek Senior Center in Snowflake. A pre-service gathering for family and friends to share in some coffee and memories is planned at 11 a.m., followed by a memorial service at 12 p.m.

He was a Snowflake resident for eight years, and enjoyed the “Norman Rockwell” small town atmosphere and the friendly people.

Jeff was the son of Arthur and Evelyn (Probola) Pellegatti, and brother to Mike (Raeann) Pellegatti and Dave (Dianne) Gallery.

He was a master woodworker and a volunteer within the community for the senior center, as well as a shooting instructor for youth at the 4H Club. His many interests were in classic cars, building guitars, an appreciation for Rock ‘N Roll music, and a love for animals.

Jeff felt a kinship with everyone he met.

Silver Creek Mortuary of Taylor was in charge of the arrangements.