Gail Frances Kocur

1 octubre , 194420 febrero , 2021

Gail Frances (Hartman) Kocur was born October 1, 1944 in Eston, SK. She is predeceased by her husband Alec Kocur, parents, Carl and Betty Hartman. Gail is survived by her daughters Michelle (Tim) Rachey, grandsons Aiden and Bode; Andrea (Rick) Peddle, grandsons Jackson and Grayson. She attended public & high school in Kyle, SK. Throughout her school years she loved figure skating & playing the piano and excelled in many sports. In 1962 she moved to Saskatoon to take a course as stenographer/bookkeeper. In 1970 she married Alec Kocur in Saskatoon. She worked various jobs throughout her career, including SIAST, the RCMP & Parkridge Centre, from which she retired in 2000. When not working outside the home, she took great pride in her family and home. She was an avid volunteer for many school & extracurricular activities & events. She loved cooking, baking & decorating cakes for special occasions. She enjoyed gardening, traveling, camping & spending summers at the cabin at Clearwater Lake. She spent the majority of her retirement years enjoying family time. She was extremely proud of her grandsons and all that they continue to accomplish. She never missed a game of football, soccer or lacrosse, or a band concert, art show or karate tournament. She also volunteered at Sherbrooke in the Tumbleweed Gift Shop. She spent many weekends camping with her Saskatoon Berry Sams & the Provincial Good Sam group, where she made many great friends. She was a great wife, mom, grandma & friend and will be missed every day. We love you. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Sherbrooke Foundation. A private Celebration of Gail's life will be held on Saturday February 27th, 2021. The service may be viewed at


Gail Frances Kocur


Kari Derkachenko

4 marzo , 2021

I am truly sorry to hear of Gail's passing, I just had a wonderful visit with her over the phone and we had made plans for when it warmed up to go for lunch. I will cherish all the years and her homemade soups that I was able to work with them.
Thinking of you and your family.

Erin Mcfaull Ross

1 marzo , 2021

♥ My heart and love go out to the Andrea, Rick, Michelle, Tim and grandsons. Gail was an amazing lady and I'm very blessed to have gotten to know her. I'm glad I was able to see her a few weeks ago. ♥

Margaret Rice

1 marzo , 2021

Our thoughts are with you at this very difficult time.
Wayne and Marg Rice

Judy Fahl

1 marzo , 2021

My deepest sympathy to Gail’s family. Rick and I always enjoyed visiting with your Mom each fall, she was such a friendly, independent lady. I ran into your Mom last fall and was so nice to have a visit with her. May she Rest In Peace with your wonderful Dad. Take care.

Shonna & Dale Molle & Family

1 marzo , 2021

I wish you comfort in the memories of your mom and gramma. Auntie Gail was an amazing and strong woman. She will be missed by those that new her.

Alice Stacey

1 marzo , 2021

Michelle, Andrea & families
Shocked & heart broken to hear of my good friend's passing. Good
memories with the Saskatoon Berry Good Sam group with Gail always at the lead will stay with me forever. I can hear her clinking a glass to bring her meeting in the clouds to order! We always had such good laughs. I will so miss her...
My sympathies and condolences to all of you. Her family & her grandboys meant the world to her... R.I.P dear friend.

Colleen Grieman

1 marzo , 2021

My heartfelt condolences to Gail’s family! Your Mom and Grandmother was a fun and caring woman and I will forever remember her laugh! It was a joy knowing Gail as a volunteer at Sherbrooke as she gave of herself to help others and took great joy in life’s moments!

Rick & Dawn Kocur

1 marzo , 2021

Michelle/Andrea & family, our deepest sympathy to all of you. So sad to here of Aunt Gail’s passing. Have comfort knowing that your mom is together with uncle Alec, when ever you want to see them just close your eyes. Stay strong- God bless

Eileen Bayda

1 marzo , 2021

We had so much fun working together at Parkridge Centre for so many years. Good natured pranks freely traded, with Gail usually in the middle of them, resulted in great peals of laughter.
Our deepest sympathies to all of your family at the loss of such a caring lady. Hugs

Rod Henderson

1 marzo , 2021

Gail was a great lady, friend and client. I will miss our monthly chats and the occasional "beverage" on her deck.
Rest in peace Gail now reunited with Alec. 😪⚘💔