Gail Marie (Corrin) FLOOD
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Following a long painful struggle with metastasized breast cancer; disguised as sciatica, Gail left us in the wee hours of Wednesday June 24, 2020 at PRHC surrounded by doctors, nurses, and machines at PRHC with her husband at her side. Beloved wife of Wayne, loving mother of Daniel (Carrie); and grandmother to Billy. Pre deceased by her parents Donald Corrin and mother Mary (nee Gooley); and infant brothers Billy and Ricky; Gail also leaves behind her loving brother Bobby (Robert); his children Melissa and Brian and their families; and her many cousins. She also leaves behind many dear friends made over the years from as a popcorn maker at the old Peterborough Drive-In, a hair dresser, mom; and, the girls from the call centre. Gail was most proud of being of an avid member and longtime leading supporter of Wonderful Ladies formerly known as The Peterborough Breast Cancer Support Group - sometimes referenced (at home) the Dragon Boat farm team because of the close ties between these groups. A celebration of life will be scheduled in the near future to honour and remember Gail. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Hospice Peterborough in Gail's memory. In keeping with Gail's wishes she will be interred in Little Lake Cemetery close to her parents where she will have a riverside view.

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Published in The Peterborough Examiner on Jun. 30, 2020.
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July 31, 2020
Gail and I were Facebook friends but I also knew Gail from Peterborough back in the late 50's and 60's. Her Father, Don Corrin, and my Father, Len Gouin had a joint business in the form of a small store on Park St. S., called Len and Don's (Variety). Gail was such a lovely person. I lost track of her after I left Peterborough and moved to the USA. However, I was so pleased to finally connect back with her on Facebook! I am so very sorry to hear about Gail's passing. I have no doubt she is with the Lord and Angels in Heaven. My condolences to her husband, Wayne and son, Dan, as well as the rest of her family and friends. May she R.I.P.
Peggy Gouin Delisi
July 4, 2020
My deepest sympathy, to you and your family. Gail was such a special lady
And touched so many lives. She did so much for the community with
Her kind gentle ways. Gail will be greatly missed.

Bonnie Skinner
July 4, 2020
Gail was my girlfriend when we lived on Lake Street and would often ride our bikes to Little Lake cemetery and climb the trees by the water and talk as young girls do. RIP Gail
Beth Shervington (Bacon)
July 2, 2020
Wayne, Dan and family - so very sorry to hear of Gail's passing. Gail is remembered by our family for her always cheerful outlook, smile and kind words! What a loss, for sure! Thinking of you all at this time -- Deb Elacqua, Matt, Dan and families.
Debra Elacqua
July 1, 2020
RIP dear Gail. May your family find comfort in all the wonderful memories of you, as I and many other "Eimicke Girls" will. You were always ready with a smile and welcoming heart. Not only were you a CoWorker to us, you were a friend. A new Angel walks in Heaven.
Dianne Andrews
July 1, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Gail was a wonderful neighbour.
From Bellaire Street.
Terry and Louise Powers and family
Louise Powers
June 30, 2020
My condloences to Daniel and Wayne. i met Gail through work at Eimicke..she quickly became more than a coworker. A beautiful soft soul, with a side of funny.oh we laughed,that was by far the best summer of my life. I was blessed to have danced in her light.
Barbara Lewis
June 30, 2020
Gail was an amazing lady to work with. I will never forget her kind and generous heart. She opened her door to all with an non judgemental heart. She had a beautiful smile and encouraged all around her. God bless your soul and family.
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