Gina Rose Montalto
Compassionate, intelligent, lively: She stood out
She was a bright and altruistic young woman whose infectious smile brightened up the darkest of rooms.
Through her involvement in her high school’s color guard, Girl Scouts, and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, she had no trouble leaving a positive impact on others. She was a cherished friend and daughter. Her vibrant, free spirit was demonstrated through her passion for art and her love of powerful books.
Gina Rose Montalto, 14, was shot with an AR-15 while working on a project in a hallway at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. She died at a local hospital the evening of Feb. 14, 2018.