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It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Christine Gatti, at the age of 45, on November 27th 2021, in Montreal, after a long and heroic battle with cancer.
She will be deeply missed by her parents, Claudio and Sandra, her children, Devon and Tea, her brothers Michael (Patricia), Ryan, as well as her niece Sarina and many other relatives and friends.
Christine had a work ethic second to none, and immersed herself in her role as Dangerous Goods Coordinator at Canadian National Railway. Though she was always praised for her hard work at CN, her most significant role was being a loving mother to Tea and Devon. They will remember her as being adventurous, fun-loving, and one to always smile, even when times were tough. Her strength and positivity in the face of adversity was an inspiration to all who knew her - this is how she will be remembered.
The family will receive condolences at
Châteauguay Funeral Complex
96, boul. St-Jean-Baptiste
Châteauguay, 450 699-9919
on Friday December 3rd, 2021 between 7:00pm and 10:00pm. A ceremony of life will take place the following morning, on Saturday December 4th, 2021 at 10:30am in the chapel of the funeral parlor.
Contributions in Christine’s memory may be made to World Vision Canada, at https://donate.worldvision.ca/products/memory
We also wish to thank the staff at the McGill University Health Centre, who were very caring and attentive in Christine`s final days.
Family and friends will be able to view the ceremony live or on replay at https://funeraweb.tv/en/diffusions/41789.
Testimonies of sympathy
There must be a very important project in heaven requiring Christine's special skills. That?s the only thing that makes sense in all of this. Christine was the glue that held the CN Dangerous Goods Group together. She outperformed each and every one of us on a daily basis. We will not be the same without her. Go with God Christine. We will miss you.
Our deepest condolences to all the family. So sorry for a life taken too soon. May she rest in peace. From your neighbors Anna Caporicci, Maristella and Joseph
I have worked with Christine for many years and enjoyed her knowledge, commitment, experience and above all, her sense of humour. We at the Railway Association of Canada will dearly miss her. She will always be a good friend. Andy.
Christine c'était une collègue de travail au CN que je connaissais depuis 10 ans, Christine était une personne souriant un rayon de soleil qui mettait de la joie et du bonheur dans notre lieu de travail. Alors, j'offre mes plus sincères condoléances à la famille et une pensée particulière à ses enfants.