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Gail J. LeCours ST. ALBANS — Gail J. LeCours passed away June 23, 2020, due to complications surrounding a recent cancer diagnosis. Gail was born to Wayne and Beverly Jones on Jan. 27, 1955, in Rutland. She grew up in the Wallingford before moving with husband Dan to St. Albans. Having lived in St. Albans for nearly 40 years, Gail has touched many lives in the community as a preschool teacher and owner of Main Street School. She truly believed it was an honor and privilege to be a part of the early development of countless young Vermonters. Outside of caring for her family, Gail’s work was her passion, and she worked tirelessly to set up her students for success in their futures. Gail enjoyed simple things in life. Happily occupied with protecting and ensuring the welfare of her family, she did not need much for herself. She was a self-described foodie, and loved many area restaurants. She cherished time at home with her family, but also loved taking day trips to downtown Burlington and Montreal. Gail was caring and compassionate, truly as beautiful on the inside as on the outside. She had a tremendously kind spirit and was the very definition of selfless. She was the emotional support and heart of the family, and will be greatly missed. Gail is survived by her husband, Dan; daughter, Julie; son, Lucas; grandson, Brandon; mother, Beverly; and siblings, Deborah, Linda, Gary and their families. She was predeceased by her father, Wayne. At her request, no services will be held. Those wishing to honor her memory can make a donation to the Franklin County Animal Rescue or ActBlue.

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mspb1951

I am so sorry to hear about Gail--I enjoyed her and her husbands visit when they would come here at the Meadows to see Bev and Ruth--and also to Linda--my thoughts and prayers are with you all--

ajayne17

It only took one meeting for me to know what a beautiful person Gail was, inside and out. I feel so lucky to have been able to meet her, care for her, and her devoted husband Dan. She left this world too soon, but not before making an impact on so many lives, so many families and children. She was a gem and it it certain that her memory and all that she had to give will shine through in all the people whose lives she touched. My heart aches for her family; please know that my heart and spirit are with you through this difficult time. May her memory always be a blessing.

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