Gail M. Rohling


Gail M. Rohling 58 of Ballston Spa, beloved wife of Kenneth and mother of Tyler, passed away Tuesday, February 14, 2012. Born in Ballston Spa, February 19, 1953, she was the daughter of Stuart Hodsoll and the late Betty Hodsoll.

Gail was a bookkeeper for the Schenectady County Employees Federal Credit Union. She was a member of the United Methodist Church of Ballston Spa and helped with the monthly free lunch program at the church. Gail enjoyed flowers, butterflies, photography and her thimble collection.

She was predeceased by her mother, Betty Marie Hodsoll and her sister, Lori Dzurilla. Gail is survived by her husband, Kenneth Rohling, her son, Tyler Rohling of Ballston Spa, father, Stuart Hodsoll of Ballston Spa, sister, Cheryl Ball (Steve) of Jacksonville, Florida, two brothers, Duane Hodsoll (Rhonda) of Greenfield Center and Michael Hodsoll of Broadalbin, and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 10am Thursday, February 23 at Armer Funeral Home, Inc 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. Relatives and friends are invited to call Wednesday from 6-8pm at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to the United Methodist Church, 101 Milton Avenue, Ballston Spa, NY 12020 to support their free lunch program.

Guest Book

Ann (Rice) Breska

I just heard today (Saturday) the sad news of Gail's passing. My memories of Gail will forever be a joy. I was fortunate knowing Gail from childhood to adulthood. You don't need to be with Gail 24/7 to feel the great impact she brings to a person, which is a smile and a good feeling. I will miss Gail. My apologies for not attending her calling or funeral; unfortunately I had no idea this tragedy happened until today.
God bless.

Stacy Mauceri~Board of Directors~SCEFCU

Heartfelt condolences to Ken and Tyler. I had the pleasure to know, and speak to Gail on a regular basis. She was a kind woman, who often spoke of her family and enjoyed life. Whenever there was a Holiday, she would decorate the credit union and bake goodies(she was a great baker). She took pride in her job, and always seemed to smile. She is missed by many people. God Bless you Gail.

Lisa Puckhaber Overbeek

The Lord has taken a bright angel this week. May Gail rest in peace and may the family find the time to heal and soon find the time to rejoice in her name knowing that their dear daughter/wife/mother/sister was a kind, caring person who was loved by many. Much love is sent from the Puckhaber family, Jean, Lisa, Robert, Joanne and Carl.

Chip Cayer

So sad to hear about her passing. I will miss her friendly face at the credit union. You have my deepest sympathies and prayers.

John

I had wondered what happened to Gail. She was a very nice lady. Always kind and patient when I spoke on the phone with her.

Mary Ann & Jeff Manning

Gail was a very special friend and neighbor for over 20 years. Always smiling, my husband and I shared many good times with Gail and Kenny as neighbors.Our front yard talks always brought many laughs. She loved sharing her knowledge on gardening and shared many of her perennials with us.She will be truly missed.Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Kenny and Tyler. We will keep them in our thoughts and prayers. Godspeed Gail Sincerely, Mary Ann & Jeff

Janine D'Angelo

One of the kindest people I have ever met! She was always funny and very easy person to be around. Gail often would bake cookies for me so I would have something to eat during my open house. My heart goes out to Ken and Tyler.