Aaren Nicole Moratti
Aaren Nicole Moratti was a beloved daughter, granddaughter, sister, cousin, niece, aunt, and friend. Aaren entered this world on May 17, 1992 with her twin brother Anthony. She was the loving, compassionate, fun-loving daughter of Tony Moratti, Sr. She often served as a volunteer counselor at CampCare, one of her happy places.
Aaren loved working with people with disabilities, exploring nature, playing at the beach, and making new friends.
She was such an incredible light in the world and now we need to continue shining her light by carrying it within our own lives. Her soul has touched so many lives. She spread joy and love to everyone that met her. As a family we are completely devastated. Aaren suffered a long battle with mental illness that unfortunately won. We feel at peace that she is now able to rest. Mourning this beautiful soul will be a difficult challenge.
When you think of Aaren, celebrate the good memories you have of her. There are many, most of which keep you laughing. We will always remember her infectious smile, striking blue eyes, caring personality, and rare talent to make friends instantaneously wherever she travelled and visited. Even though we all tried, family, friends, and society-at-large could not heal her pain.
She is preceded in death by her mother, Diane Moratti, and her maternal grandparents. She leaves behind her father Tony, siblings Anthony, Samantha (Israel Rosales), Stephanie, and Christopher; grandparents Mario and Patricia Moratti; aunts Ellen and Lisa Moratti; cousins Courtney, Madelyn, and Jake; nephews Davyn, Dylan, Vann, Jaxx, and many friends too numerous to name. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.
Published in the Reno Journal-Gazette and Mason Valley News from Jan. 7 to Jan. 10, 2021.