Gail Harrison

Obituary of Gail Harrison

The family of Gail Harrison of Estevan and formerly of Yorkton & Maryfield, beloved wife of the late Norman Harrison, sadly announce her passing on August 27, 2023 at the age of 97 years.

A Graveside Service will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. from the Yorkton City Cemetery Columbarium.

Memorial donations may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation as gifts of remembrance.

Audrey Gail Harrison Oct 10, 1925 - Aug 27, 2023  predeceased by her husband Norman Harrison, son Allan Harrison, Grandson Michael Harrison,  parents Frank and Audrey Kime, half sisters, Margaret Harrop,Marcella Horsman,  Janet McCartney,  Survived by her brother Frank Kime and his family. Daughters Norma-Gay (Kurt) Selke, Louise (Alfred) Lee, Daughter-in-law Linda Harrison.  Grand children, Dallas (Sherry) Harrison,  Brad (Jennifer) Harrison,  Leanne (Paul) Keys, Heather (Greg) Sordahl, Kyle Selke, Elaine (Owen) Ress and Shannon Lee (Bhawan). Gail was also blessed with twelve Great Grand children.
Gail started her adventure on a farm near Milestone, SK. She loved her cats, horses and playing softball, among other sports. She attended Normal School in Regina and was sent to teach at Confederation School near Maryfield where she met and married her life partner Norman Harrison and started their family. Gail was very involved in St. Andrews United Church, Agricultural Society and welcomed new members with open arms.  Forever a teacher Gail enjoyed volunteering, teaching english while her and Norman wintered in McAllen TX.  They moved off the Harrison homestead into Maryfield and later to The Crossing in Yorkton,  finally ending in Estevan.  During her 98 years Gail lived and loved a very full life. She has a Winter Texan family and a Canadian family  who will truly miss her, but she will always remain in our hearts.



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Graveside Service

2:00 pm
Saturday, October 7, 2023
Yorkton City Cemetery
King Street
Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada
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