Louise Nati

Obituary of Louise Nati

GREECE - Died peacefully after a long & courageous battle with cancer, July 14, 2018. Chris is survived by her daughters, Lori Roe & Leigh (Peter) Nenni; grandchildren, Kaile Roe, Christopher (Sara) Roe, Alexandra Nenni & Taylor Nenni; greatgranddaughter Scarlett Louise Roe. Special thanks to the wonderful caregivers (angels) at Mt. Carmel House. Chris’ angels care and compassion filled the last weeks of her life with sense of joy, peace and renewed faith. For more information about Chris please visit www.bartolomeo.com

Chris’ life story will be shared at her Visitation, Wednesday, July 18th, 4-7 PM at the funeral home, 1411 Vintage Lane. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday, July 19th, 9:30 AM at St. Lawrence Church, 1000 N. Greece Rd., followed by her being laid to rest in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Mt. Carmel House, 288 Frisbee Hill Rd., Hilton, NY 14468 in Chris’ memory.

 

Louise R. “Chris” Christopher was born February 13, 1933 in Rochester NY. She was the only child to Elmer & Lillian Christopher. Their family resided with extended family to include aunts, uncles and cousins on Atkinson St. in the city of Rochester.

Chris was a graduate of Madison HS in 1951. The most important event during her high school years was that of meeting Vincenzo Nati. The two became high school sweethearts and were married September 12, 1953.

Vincenzo & Chris went on to have two loving daughters, Lori & Leigh, 4 grandchildren, Kaile, Christopher, Alexandra & Taylor; 1 great-grandchild, Scarlett Louise. Chris was dedicated to her family. She thoroughly enjoyed all family get togethers.

Chris was very competitive. She enjoyed golfing, card playing, word jumbles and games of chance. Without question when she participated in any of these things she  loved, she set out to win!

During quiet times Chris could be found enjoying, various types of music, watching soap operas and reading.

Chris was very social, her favorite phrase was “love you more,” she always kept in touch with friends, had a sense of humor and her generous nature found her regularly putting others first. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.