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GAIL MATHESON (HADALLER)
Date of Passing: Dec 31, 2021Offer Condolences or Memory Make a donation to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation
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Gail Matheson of Transcona, age 83, passed away on December 31, 2021 just before midnight.
She will be missed by her surviving family: her children, Terry and Wendy Matheson, Lynn and Laurie Matheson, Roberta Matheson and Lance Gervis. Her Sister Opal Pollard. Grandchildren; Abby (Mardel), Cody (Diane), Kacey (Colin), Justin (Dana), Kelsey (Jacob). Great Grandchildren; Isabella, Lenyx, Eldrick and Hayes. Step Grandchildren; Christopher (Malissa), Gage and Jace.
She was predeceased by her husband John, mother Gladys Pingatore, Pete Pingatore, father Vern, In-laws; Robert and Kathleen Lois Matheson, brother In-law Dennis Pollard, and her longtime companion George Lawrence.
The family wishes to thank the comfort care team at Grace Hospital.
A celebration of Gail's Life will be announced at time when it is safe to gather.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in her memory to CancerCare or a charity of your choice.
Condolences for the family may be left at Cropo Funeral Home. www.cropo.com
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 08, 2022
Condolences & Memories (8 entries)
My heartfelt condolences to Gail's family. Gail's smiles, laughs and wonderful personality will be greatly missed. I met Gail when I became the chancel choir director at TMUC. We would sit together in the choir loft during the services. She was always there for me, passing kleenex, cough candies or sharing a hymnal. Even when it was difficult to manage coming and making it into the choir loft, Gail was committed and we could always count on her. A singing angel in the choir loft is now a beautiful singing angel in heaven, where we will all meet again someday. Annette Hay and Randall Hay - Posted by: Annette Hay (Choir director and church friend) on: Feb 10, 2022
We knew Gail through Transcona Legion. We played darts with Gail and attended the same Church. Gail always had a smile and friendly greeting. One in a million. She is missed. - Posted by: Linda and Darwin Armstrong (Acquaintance ) on: Jan 28, 2022
I worked with Gail for many years. She was a lovely person and very easy to be with. I remember we visited Gail and John at their cottage at Lester Beach with our newborn many years ago. She looked so tiny when big John held her. Very sorry for your loss. May you have many memories to give you comfort. - Posted by: Tammy Capner (Friend) on: Jan 19, 2022
I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. I have so many fond memories growing up of visits with Auntie Gladys, Gail and Opal. To this day I’ve never heard that much laughter at once in my life. You’re all in my prayers. - Posted by: Ashley Marcinkow McLean (Cousin) on: Jan 15, 2022
Sincere Conolences to you all from Aunt Marjorie and family. - Posted by: Jean Sikomas (Cousin) on: Jan 09, 2022
Sorry for the families’ loss.. 🌹 - Posted by: Cheryl and Ken Vannatter (Aunt and Uncle to Kelsey..) on: Jan 09, 2022
The executive and members of the Transcona Retired Citizens Org. wish to pass on our condolences for your loss. Wishing your family all God's Blessings during this time of loss. - Posted by: Transcona Retired Citizens Organization (Transcona Senior Centre) on: Jan 08, 2022
Love the picture you have chosen. I remember that smile well! Always difficult to lose your mother. Enjoy the memoirs of the laugh that accompanied that smile. Thinking of you. Sincere condolences. - Posted by: Franca (Family ) on: Jan 08, 2022
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