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Gail Loranger

July 2, 1947 — March 10, 2016

Gail Anne Loranger (Vogel), aged 68, passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 10th, with her loving family by her side. Gail was born July 2, 1947, in Alexandria, Virginia, the daughter of Judith Allyne (Blakeslee) and Frank Frederick Vogel.

Surviving are her daughter, Lori Allyne Wallin, Her favorite and only son in law Jeffrey Robert Wallin, Granddaughter Brooke Elizabeth Wallin, whom she always told " I love you bigger than Texas", her favorite fur baby and soul mate Kirby who will miss her so much, along with so many friends throughout the world she made through all her travels.

She is preceded in death by her parents, brother Gary Scott Vogel, her only Grandson, Bradley Robert Wallin, whom she always told "I love you bigger than a dump truck", along with many Aunts and Uncles.

After graduating from France's C. Hammond High School in Hammond, Virginia she moved on to finish her education at West Virginia University with a degree in Business Administration.

Early on in her career she spent many years working for the Department of Air Force, Pentagon in Washington D.C. as a budget analyst. She later moved on to be apart of the military family allowing her to live and travel many different places throughout the world including Europe. She was the creator and implementer of " Operation Provide Santa", a seven nation program exceeding three hundred volunteers for the acquisition, sorting, packaging and distribution of over sixty five tons of toys and clothing for the children of war-torn Bosnia/Yugoslavia. She was proud to have been the recipient of an Air Force commendation on behalf of the United Nations Humanitarian Relief Council.

Over the past 15 years she resided in the Dallas-Fort Worth area working for Accenture as an Executive Assistant Analyst before retiring and moving to Chillicothe to be closer to her family.

Gail had many hobbies she loved including reading, gardening, cooking and her most favorite, decorating. Her beautiful little home was her pride and joy. Most important in her life was her family. Her love was a gift that will last forever. As she reunites with her family and friends in Heaven she leaves behind many that will miss the beautiful person she was known to be.

In a bitter sweet moment another Angel has found their wings and has set off on flight Safe into the arms of God and to those gone before them waiting and anticipating their arrival as they make their way into Heaven.

I love you, Mom. You will always be with me.

Cremation rights have been accorded and a private graveside memorial service will be held at a later date.

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