Virginia Gail Larkin

Born: 02/18/1965 Passed:

Virginia Gail Larkin of Louisville passed away January 6, 2022. She was born February 18, 1965.  Gail loved spending time with her two granddaughters, taking pictures of her family, gardening, baking, cooking, sewing and reading. She was caring and a loving mother figure to everyone she knew. Gail was always the first to offer help, love and support in any way she could whether it was baking cookies, a hot meal or lending a hand.  She was also a long-standing member of the American Legion. The highlight of her day was spending time with her two granddaughters, and she loved them dearly.

Gail is preceded in death by husband, John Larkin; sister, Teresa (David) Miller; brother, William Lowe Jr.; father, William Lowe; stepfather, Francis McDonald; and brother-in-law, Richard Fox.

She leaves behind her children, Christopher Fausnight, Kyle (Ann) Fausnight; grandchildren, Khloe and Kelsey Fausnight; mother, Agnes McDonald; brother, Paul Lowe; sisters-in-law, Elsie Fox, Lillie (George)  Behm, Rosemary (Frank Bowersox) Bartley; brother-in-law, George Larkin; many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Calling hours will be held at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home on Thursday, January 13, 2022, from 11-12pm. Services will begin at 12pm with interment immediately following at Union Cemetery. Those attending services are asked to please wear masks and practice social distancing.


2 Tributes to Virginia Gail Larkin

  1. Wendy Blattert -Ward says:

    Gail was such an incredible person, friend and more like a sister to me since we first met in 2nd grade. So many, many memories that I will forever treasure. Her love of her family was beyond measure, and a truer friend hard to find. My sincerest condolences and prayers to her family left behind. The Lord has gained another angel.

  2. Anita Mockerman says:

    Gail was an amazing neighbor who I became friends with , such a loving, caring person who always looked out for others.Her love for her grandchildren you could see on her face and she was so very proud of them.
    She will be missed terribly .
    Her memories will live on forever .
    Prayers and condolences to her family.

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