OBITUARY

Gail Elaine Roth-Farley

February 28, 1962February 1, 2021

Gail Elaine Roth-Farley, 58, of Baltimore, Ohio, passed away on February 1, 2021 from cardiac arrest. Gail was predeceased by brother Steven Roth; mother Marian Roth; father Robert Roth; and nephew Jonathan Marshall. She is survived by her sons, Robert (Harlea) Farley and William Farley; husband Randall Farley; sisters Stella Marshall and Karen Roth; her grandchildren Fox Farley and Katalina Storey; nieces Haili Roth and Jessica Marshall, and numerous other family and friends. Gail attended The Ohio State University where she completed her Masters Plus in Reading and Language Arts. She was a teacher for Columbus City Schools for 28 years, where she taught at several schools including, Highland Elementary, Barrett Middle School, and Mifflin Middle School. The family will plan a Memorial Service sometime in the spring for guests to attend. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society ( https://www.nationalmssociety.org/Donate ) in Gails’ name.

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Cindy RAWLINS

February 28, 2021

Today was to be your special day. Another Birthday to Celebrate Life with your loving family. You were a gift to everyone who had the fortune to meet you. Your energy and enthusiasm were contagious, your love was Genuine. It's not often, that a gift like you comes into ones life. Gail I feel so fortunate to have known you.
You're FOREVER in our hearts 💞

Margie Jazz Abby Barfield Jordan

February 16, 2021

We love and miss you sooooo much! We had no idea about your passing but we are so happy that you are in a far better place. We think about you all the time. We are soooo happy that we got the time we had with you and we are so blessed to have been apart of your life. We love u and miss you so much! RIH

Vickie Taylor

February 8, 2021

I met Gail at a few women's retreats that I lead for the church. She was always engaged and full of knowledge yet always eager to learn more. She was so kind and humble and had a wonderful servant's heart. She will be missed.

Kathy Scarmack

February 6, 2021

As others have said Gail was a very loving and giving soul. I babysat my grandson while my daughter was in college, Gail babysat for us occasionally when I had a conflict. She brought a craft for the two of them to work on. After that, Damian would give her a hug when he saw her in church. I also was in bible study with her, she made our discussions more lively! For the family, sudden unexpected deaths are so hard on those left behind. Know that she is happy and free of all her ailments!

Betty Foster

February 6, 2021

It has already been said by many, but I will concur that Gail is truly one of the kindest, sweetest, and most loving people that you could know. I enjoyed working with her and meeting the oldest son just before he entered middle school. My sincere condolences to the family in such a great loss. Rest in Heaven Gail.

David Vura

February 6, 2021

Gail was such a nice, kind person. It was truly a pleasure to work with her, for many years, as her Financial Advisor. I always enjoyed our nice conversations. She had a great sense of humor. I liked making her laugh. Even though, we discussed business, we spoke as friends. She always asked about my children. I will miss her.

Theresa Jones

February 6, 2021

A beautiful human being is how I would describe Gail. Gail talked so lovingly about her students and her teaching career. Teaching wasn't a job to her it was about compassion for her students.
She loved her family, sons and grandchildren. She also, loved my mother and my little sister. I will carry the memories of her kindness with me forever.
Gail, rest in peace!

Freda Brown

February 6, 2021

I have known Gail all my life she was a sister to me she was always there if I needed to talk and lean on her .I am very blessed to have her in my life .She will be missed very much .We went to grade school,middle ,and high school together.I will miss you very much Gail absent from sight but forever in my heart love you Gail

Harlea Farley

February 6, 2021

We love you.

Harlea Farley

February 5, 2021

Gail was the best grandmother and mother in-law. She always took care of us. When we needed her she was there. We are going to miss her so much. I know Katalina and her were BFF. Fox loves his mum mum. She spoiled these kids like no other. She going to be missed so much by everyone. We were not ready for this at all. We love and miss u Gail. Tell my mom I said hi I love and miss her. You two will be best friends. You to have so much and common.

FROM THE FAMILY