October 3, 1925 ~ April 16, 2021

Born in: Rochester, New York
Resided in: Greece , New York

Greece:  Friday, April 16, 2021 at age 95 went home to be with her husband, Roland Cook.  She is survived by her loving daughters, Patricia (Dana) Foglia, Penny (James) Gunter and Kathryn (Charles) Clark; grandchildren, Christopher (Melissa) Foglia, Sarah (James) Nelson, Lori (Joel Lodge) Foglia, Michael (Sarah) Foglia, Amy (David) Brinkley, Lindsay (Paul) Wrazen and Kevin (Yumi) Clark; 16 great- grandchildren; sister, Marion Unwin; dear friends.

Violet’s services and interment will be held privately.   In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Lollypop Farm in her memory.  For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Violet Cook 's name.

Lollypop Farm

99 Victor Road Fairport, NY US 14450

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  1. To Vi’s family! So many memories of your lovely mother! Prayers are with you all!

    Love, Gary and Terri’

  2. Andy and I are so sorry you have lost you mom. We have so many wonderful memories to cherish .

    Andy and Cheri Gillette

  3. I have so many amazing memories with Nana; Christmas eve around the piano, the swimming pool with the family on hot summer afternoons, fireworks at the cottage on the 4th of July. But more than that, all the little things she did for all of us throughout her life. Her never ending kindness and generosity knew no bounds and I am so grateful to have had her in my life as my grandmother. I will carry these memories we shared, and all the life lessons she taught me forever. All my love goes to the family.

    With love and eternal gratitude,


  4. Such a great neighbor. Grateful for her friendship with our mother over the years. Imagine that they both lived till their 90’s!! I’m sure you have tons of memories to cherish during these difficult times.

  5. I was very sad to hear about Nana. Although she lived on the other side of the world, she would never miss the opportunity to send her love through letters in the mail, or presents for her family all the way here in Japan. She helped teach my boys what kindness is and she will be missed. My condolences to the whole family.



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