Celeste Bottoni Gross
January 16, 1920 - November 29, 2011
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Celeste B. Gross – Virginia Beach Celeste Bottoni Gross, 91, loving wife, mother and grandmother passed away November 29 with her family by her side. Celeste was born in Whitehall, NY, she retired from the Norfolk School Board after 25 years of service. She was preceded in death by her husband James Robert Gross, her…

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Doris Givens left a message on December 4, 2011:
I remember Ms.Gross from Kings Grant House think of her often she will be missed I am for sure my heart goes out to the family at her lose. God bless and be with you in your time of sorrow. Doris Givens,lpn
Nick May left a message on December 4, 2011:
Please accept my condolence and that of all my family as we read of loss of your Celeste. I recall her home on Baylake, and her wonderful children that grew up with us and became our partners in growing up and all the adventures we lived through. We grieve your loss, and still cherish the memories of the times we all held together. Nick May December 4, 2011 Virginia Beach
Shelley Booth left a message on December 5, 2011:
Our hearts are broken with the passing of your Mother and our Aunt Celeste. She was such an elegant person and devoted to her family. The photo of her is how I remember her...always with a smile. Memories are lives sweetest gifts. Shelley & John Booth
Maggie May Hypes left a message on December 5, 2011:
I just heard the sad news about the passing of your dear mother. How wonderful she was surrounded by her loving family not only at the end but during every stage of her care these past few years. She was truly a remarkable person to face that long and painful illness with such courage. Few people understand the resilience, strength, and courage needed to help her through this journey; as hard as it was, you were there. Your mom could not be more proud. You have lost a wonderful mother, grandmother, and many have lost a dear and loved friend. She will be missed dearly but remembered forever. I love seeing her picture and smile. It certainly brings back many fond memories growing up in your house. Her smile is an extension of her arms around you and will bring you comfort always. Maggie May Hypes
Nancy Montgomery left a message on December 5, 2011:
Celeste, Steph, Robbie, Janice and Family, I was so sorry to hear that your beautiful mother had passed away. Her photo was a reminder of her true beauty. As I think about her, I can hear her talking to us as we passed through the house on our way to doing "who-knows-what...." She was special. She was blessed to have you care for her and be by her side during these last few years. I am sure that you were a comfort to her and to each other in a way that is like no other. Your parents and you were a very special part of my life growing up in Baylake Pines. I will always remember your mother. Although time passes and life goes on, I wish you fond memories and the comfort of a wonderful family to guide you through this difficult time.
Cremation Society of Virginia left a message:
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