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booth.jpgGail Gaslin Booth of Finlayson, MN, formerly or Mora, died on Tuesday, Feb. 12th at her home. She was 43 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICES will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Tuesday, Feb. 19th at Mora United Methodist Church. VISITATION wil be held from 5:00-8:00 P.M. on Monday, Feb. 18th at Akkerman-Ingebrand Funeral Home in Mora, and also one hour prior to the service on Tuesday at the church. INTERMENT will be at Oakwood Cemetery in Mora.


GAIL LORRAINE (GASLIN) BOOTH was born on December 2, 1964 in St. Paul, Minnesota to Gilbert and Gloria (Gearhart) Gaslin. On February 12, 2008 She passed away and joined her father, Gilbert, brother Peter, grandparents John Beatrice Gearhart, and uncle Wes. Gail leaves in mourning her husband Roy Booth of Finlayson and her beloved dog Sugar Baby; daughters Candi Booth of Finlayson and Staci Booth of McGrath; mother Gloria Gaslin of Brook Park; brother Gary ((Kimberly) Gaslin of McGrath; sister Geanell (Greg) Holzer of Brook Park; and three beautiful nieces Tabithia, Gloria and Lily.

Gail was a devoted daughter, sister, wife and mother. She graduated from Mora High School in 1983. In 1985 she met Roy, the love of her life. A short time later they started their family; first having Candi on November 19, 1985; then fifteen months later having Staci on February 11, 1988. She started her long time career in 1994 as a housekeeper (domestic engineer) because she loved to clean. She first worked at Days Inn, then at Holiday Inn and just recently worked at the Travelodge in Hinckley. Her hobbies were collecting gigantious amounts of Teddy Bears, taking care of the beloved dogs, and being a fantastic chef. She also had a tremendous passion for Pontiac Grand Prix’s. She was not one to take anyone’s crap, but when all was said and done, FAMILY WAS ALL THAT MATTERED.

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  1. Dear Roy, Candi & Staci,
    I went to high school with Gail and we graduated together in 1983. I hadn’t seen Gail since that time. I remember her being on my list of kids to contact for our 10 year class reunion, but didn’t have any luck finding her. I’m so terribly sorry for your loss. I remember Gail fondly. She was a really nice girl, and liked to have a good time(senior skip day!!) You are all in my thoughts at this very sad time.

    Linda Pankonin

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