Maida Gaslin, age 44, ofStaples died November 28, 2010 at Cambridge Medical Center. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M. Friday, December 3rd at Strike Funeral Home – Cambridge Chapel with Rev. Tommie Lewis officiating. A visitation will be held one hour prior to the service. Interment Isanti Union Cemetery.
Maida Kathleen Coe-Gaslin was born October 12, 1966 in Deerlodge, Montana to Marvin and Louise Coe. Maida was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. She enjoyed camping, swimming, crocheting and most of all being with her family. Maida will be truly missed and we look forward to seeing her again.
Maida Coe-Gaslin of Staples departed this life on November 28, 2010 at the Cambridge Medical Center at the age of 44 years, 1 month and 16 days.
Maida is survived by husband, John Gaslin, Sr. of Staples; six children, Asia Johnson, John Gaslin, Jr., Alice Gaslin, Jesse Gaslin, Alisha Gaslin all of Staples, Jack Gaslin of Sandstone; four grandchildren, Jessica, Christina, Brianna, Arianna and one that will be born soon; mother and step-father, Louise and Merlin Davis of Hysham, Montana; brothers and sisters, Rodney (Kathy) Parker of Maple Lake, twin sister, Mary (Todd) Holt of Royalton, James Parker and Alicia Burnett of Little Falls, Sam (Aaron) Bandemer of Glencoe, Tommie Lewis of Liberty, Idaho, Shane Parker of Atwater, Lanette Parker of Anchorage, Alaska; and by many other relatives and friends.
You touched a lot of lives and were loved and will be missed by all. Love ya Sis.
I love you Aunt Kathy! I am glad you are safe in Gods arms.
Kathy Parker says
We admired your strength as you fought your battle with cancer. Although the cancer may think it won, it really didn’t. You are in a better place and we will see you again someday. You are now looking down from heaven, secure in God’s loving arms, no more pain, no more suffering. We will find comfort in that and in knowing that we have an angel looking out for all of us. We love you and will miss you.
-Rodney, Kathy, Dustin & Jared
Lesa Davis Wettstein says
To the family of Kathy, our thoughts and Prayers go out to all of you @ this hard time. May you all find peace thru this and by knowing she isn’t in pain anymore. And is waiting in God’s hands for all her angels to join her some day. Sending Love & strength from all of us.
Wettstein. Long Prairie,MN
i love you more then words can say. you havr thr biggest heart i have ever seen. you hAVE MY HEart KATHY AND I WILL ALWAYS BE WITH YOU FOREVER, AND FOREVER. IT ISN’T RIGHT I WISH I COULD OF TAKEN YOU PLACE. MAYBE, PRETTY SOON. I LOVE YOU MORE THan any one in the world.
I only met you once Kathy, but you seemed like a very wonderful person. You are going to be greatly missed by your family and friends. You and your twin sister entered this life together. As you leave this life and begin your new life with God in Heaven, Mary will continue living life here on earth for you both. God Bless You All- Brenda Smude