Gail Ross Query

Gail Ross Query

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Gail Ross Query, age 77, of Salisbury, went to be with our Lord and Savior on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, at Rowan Hospice, Glenn A. Kiser Center following a period of declining health. She was born December 13, 1939, in Cabarrus County, to the late Mary and Robert Lee Ross.
She was a member of Milford Hills Baptist Church and a member of the Harvester’s Sunday School Class. She worked in the Salisbury school system and retired from the State of North Carolina, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services.

She is survived by her husband, Marvin; her children Denean Beaupre (spouse, Glenn) and Daylon (spouse Debbie) and a brother, Bobby Ross. She has four grandchildren: Amanda and Jacob Query and Nicolas and Parker Beaupre. Her great-grandchildren’s names are Karl Ross, Gabriel, Arianna, and Payslee (expected in November).

Visitation: 2:15-3:00pmSaturday, September 23, at Milford Hills Baptist Church, followed by a Celebration of Life at 3pm, conducted by Dr. Bruce Beck.

In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to: Milford Hills Baptist Church, 1238 E. Colonial Dr., Salisbury, NC. 28144


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  1. Jerry and Lib Griffin says:

    Marvin, Lib and I are thinking of you and your family. We can’t imagine how it feels to lose a spouse but if it’s anything like losing a child, as we did, we do understand. God needed Gail home and all her pain on this earth is gone. As George Shinn told me when our son Lee died at age 25, “be better not bitter’. God bless and keep you strong.

  2. Kristen Baldwin says:

    Marvin and Denean, Glenn, Nick, and Parker,
    So sorry for your loss. Gail was quite a formidable woman with great style and a hearty laugh. We will remember our good times visiting with you at the Woodstock house. Look for signs that she is near. They will appear when you least expect it. Take care dear friends and know we love you.

  3. pam coffield says:

    family: this is pam from Stitchin’ Post Gifts. Gail was a good customer for many years. always a sunny smiling face as she entered the store. always so pleasant and friendly. such a beautiful lady on the inside as well as the outside. this is how i remember her.