Gail M. Chasse

Gail M. Chasse

1946-2020

Gail M. Chasse passed away peacefully on November 2, 2020 in Largo, Florida due to pancreatic cancer.

She was born on August 17. 1946, to the late Donald and Grace McIntosh of Madawaska, Maine.  She married Jean Chasse, also from Madawaska, Maine, on July 22, 1967. They resided in Berlin, Connecticut for many years.

Gail graduated from Madawaska high school in 1964 and then moved to Connecticut to pursue a career in cosmetology. She went on to be an accomplished hair salon owner in West Hartford, Connecticut for many years.

Upon retirement Gail and her husband moved to Largo, Florida. They continued to enjoy their summers at Misquamicut Beach in Rhode Island.

Gail is survived by her husband Jean Chasse, her two sisters; Donna McIntosh of Largo, Florida and Janet Olints of Winter Haven, Florida. She is also survived by seven nieces and nephews and ten great nieces and nephews.

Gail is proceeded in death by her mother and father and her brothers Dr. Kenneth McIntosh and Allen McIntosh.

Gail lived a full and happy life with her husband, family, and many friends. She will be truly missed.

Gail will be cremated as requested and services will be held privately. In lieu of flowers the family requested donations to pancreatic cancer action network (pancan.org/donate)


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4 Responses

  1. Auntie Gail was as sharp as a tack, had an infectious laugh and made friends very easily. I related to her very much as we were exactly alike in many ways. I always enjoyed my time with her filled with passionate discussions about everything from Opera to golf to the proper ingredients to a true Caesar salad. I’ll never forget she cracked me up when I was young when she scolded uncle Jean about salting before he tasted. Lol. I always remembered that. I’ll miss you Auntie Gail and love you Uncle Jean- Michael McIntosh

  2. My sympathies Jean, for the lost of your very special wife Gayle. She & I go back a long way in our school days & in majorette together, we always had fun & good laughs together. She holes a special place in my heart even if we have not seen each other in years…

  3. Sorry for your loss. I golfed with Gail in Pocohantos ladies league. I enjoyed golfing with Gail. She will be missed.

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