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Gail M. Coria
Our loving and caring mom and wife, Gail Coria, passed away on July 15, 2021, in her home surrounded by her husband, children, and grandchildren. She was loved very much. Nana, which is what we called her, was born in Salt Lake City on November 25, 1957, to Federico and Mary Magdalena Cordova.
Nana met the love of her life, Jorge O. Coria, her viejo, at a dance. Despite not speaking the same language, love did its thang. They soon married on October 4, 1975, and started a family.
For those who knew our Nana, knew she had many health issues but despite her struggles, her faith and love in God was much stronger. Nana loved nature, sunsets, flowers and plants. She loved art and was an amazing artist. She was always so cute in creating her designs. She loved music and was such an amazing singer. We could go on and on about her talents, but the bottom line is, Nana was a light to us and also taught us of the light in Christ and she will be greatly missed
Nana was at peace with falling asleep, as we believe she was filled with assurance that soon she will be united with us and Jesus on that glorious day.
Thank you to all who shared your lives with her, those who loved her regardless of her illnesses, who made her feel special, who made her smile and laugh. You were all very special to her.
Nana is survived by her husband Jorge O. Coria, her children, Crystal Coria, Catrina and Hanuar Fernandez, Junior and Jackie Coria, her grandchildren, Cesar Lowrance, Rayna Williams, Juliessa Fernandez, Edgar Jimenez, Julian, Jazlyn, Jaybree Coria, Ulises Fernandez, her great grandchild Adriel Jimenez, her mother, Mary Cordova, her siblings, Kate Cordova, Randy Cordova, Debbie Magee/ Dennis, Ross Cordova/ Robyn, Donna Trujillo/ Leo, Laura Cordova, Tracy Vallejos/ Ted, Kenneth Cordova, Todd Cordova/ Maria and Bobbie Cordova.
Gail is preceded in death by her daughter, Dede, her father, Federico and sisters Shirley and Margaret Cordova.
July 21st, from 6-8pm
Ogden Seventh-day Adventist Church
2185 Taylor Ave
Ogden, UT 84401
At 6:15pm, we will have an open mic time for people to share their memories about Gail. This part of the evening will be livestreamed on the Ogden SDA Facebook page and on YouTube.
July 22nd at 11am
West Jordan Seventh-Day Adventist Church
2125 W. 9000 S.
West Jordan, UT 84088
Reception to follow
The service will be live-streamed on the West Jordan SDA Facebook and YouTube channels:
We will be providing hand sanitizer and masks for those that would like to wear them.
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