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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Victor J. Rosati, Sr.

1944 - 2020

Everett

OBITUARY

Victor J. Rosati Sr., 76, of Everett, passed away on Monday, Dec. 21, 2020, at home surrounded by family.

He was born on Aug. 21, 1944, in Brooklyn, New York, to the late Vincent and Rose Rosati.

He is survived by his wife Sara (Conner) Rosati, daughter Michelle Savage and her husband Joshua of Everett, sons Darrel Colley and significant other Harley Coffery of Bedford, Victor John Rosati Jr. of New York.

He is preceded in death by his two sons Michael and John...

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299 Raystown Road, Everett, PA
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December 24, 2020 5:29 PM
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Jeffrey S. Whetstone

December 24, 2020 2:22 PM

Jeffrey Whetstone:
I met Victor at the Coffee Club and we became fast friends as we had much in common - music, seafood, wings, and trivia.  In one discussion, he mentioned seeing a famous Rock Star who woke him up in the morning of the 3rd day.  He said he never told his family.  The Star was Jimi Hendrix and Victor had ridden his motorcycle to Bethel, New York and stayed for the complete 3 days of the Woodstock concert.   Victor told me he liked Richie Havens the best. In the movie, he saw himself in the nearby pond swimming.  We always went to the Tenley Park concerts and had a good time.  He was a kind and wonderful person and I will truly miss him.    

Kendra

December 23, 2020 3:35 PM

Victor always came to my workplace (Weis) for his bagels but more importantly, his coffee. He always, always spoke to me when he stopped in there when I was working. We would share recipes or discuss what we were having for supper. He spoke of his family quite often. I never met them, but I feel that I know them. He was such a kind man and would always give me a hug. I haven’t seen him much during the coronavirus pandemic and was saddened to hear that he had passed. I knew he was having some health issues the last time we have spoken and wish I could have seen him just one more time. He will be missed! RIP Victor and may your family find comfort during this loss!

Annette

December 23, 2020 2:13 PM

Victor was a great guy and full of life. He would come to the Everett Senior Center just to tease me about being from Long Island, NY. I loved sharing stories and joking around with him. Over time he met my sons and they also really enjoyed seeing him. You will be missed Victor and my condolences go to his family and everyone who loved him. May he rest in peace with those he has lost and loved.

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