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Gabriella E. Shook

ASHLEY FALLS — Gabriella E. Shook, 25, died Sept. 20, 2020, due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident. 

She was born May 23, 1995, in Sharon, daughter of Brad Shook Jr. of Texas and Betsy (Just) Perry of Goshen.

Gabriella was the general manager of the Dollar General Store in Sheffield, Mass. She enjoyed horseback riding and hiking.

She was baptized at St. Joseph’s Church in North Canaan, which is now part of the St. Martin of Tours Parish.

In addition to her mother and father Gabriella is survived by her daughter, Willow Pecco, and Willow’s father, Aaron Pecco, both of Ashley Falls; her stepfathers, Mike Agar of  Ashley Falls and her present stepfather, Joe Perry of Goshen; her siblings, Emily Mikel and her husband, Patrick, of Texas, Trystan Michelet and his significant other, Teanna, of Oregon, Sara and Daisy Shook both of Torrington, Dylan Bourey of Nevada and Paige Bourey of Torrington; her step-siblings, Joseph Perry Jr. and his wife, Brittany, of Goshen, Hunter Perry of North Carolina, Ginger Zani and her husband, Almo, of Ashley Falls, Patrick Agar and his significant other, Tanya, of Otis, Mass., and Michelle Paul and her husband, Chip, of Otis; her paternal grandmother, Angie Dickinson of Texas; her maternal grandmother, Phyllis Just and her partner, Don Creighton, of Terryville, Conn.; and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.  

Gabriella was predeceased by her son, Hendrix Douglas; and her paternal grandfather, Brad Shook Sr.

A graveside service will be held on Saturday, Sept. 26, at 11  a.m. in St. Joseph’s Cemetery in North Canaan.  Calling hours will be held on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Newkirk-Palmer Funeral Home in North Canaan.  

Memorial donations may be sent to the Willow Pecco Fund in care of Salisbury Bank and Trust, 100 Main St., North Canaan, CT 06018.

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