Gayle Marjorie Teague

June 17, 1953 - March 21, 2014

Gayle Marjorie Teague

June 17, 1953 - March 21, 2014


Bellingham, WA

Gayle M. Teague, age 60, passed away in Bellingham on March 21, 2014.

Born in Bellingham to Everett “Bud” and Lorraine Minaker, Gayle grew up on a farm on the Delta Line Road in Ferndale. She was an excellent cook and seamstress, enjoyed canning, had a knack for crafts, and loved raising and showing goats. Her wonderful sense of humor paired perfectly with her ability to always look on the bright side of life. She loved family gatherings and enjoyed decorating her home, which was always warm and inviting. Gayle was also very active in her church, and enjoyed singing in the church choir for many years, she will be missed dearly.

Gayle is survived by her son Jeremy (Mandy) Teague, daughter Gina (Peter) Sines, brothers Gary Minaker and Steve Minaker, sister Linda (John) Boyer, as well as 5 grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

Farewell Tribute Information

There will be a memorial and graveside service followed by a reception on Monday, March 31st at 1:00 PM at Greenacres Memorial Park, 5700 Northwest Drive, Ferndale, WA 98248. Please share your thoughts and memories in the online guestbook. Donations Information

Memorial donations may be made to Whatcom Hospice 2901 Squalicum Parkway
Bellingham, WA 98225

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9 responses to Gayle Marjorie Teague

  1. I was so sorry to read of your loss of Gayle. I first met her when we were picking strawberries as kids. . I have thought of her often and always enjoyed running into her over the years. I will always remember her happy personality and sweet smile. She will be missed.

  2. I love you, Auntie. There isn’t a childhood memory void of your fun, carefree auntie Gayle ways. I loved your laugh, your smile, your bare feet, sensational cooking, sewing us dolls and doll clothes and the cute little gingerbread people with icing clothes and hair..You will always be on my mind when winter turns to spring and the flowers bloom. Especially those hardy dandelions. You know what I mean…

  3. My deepest sympathy to Gayle’s family and friends. Although I didn’t knew Gayle personally, your expressions tell me she was a very special woman. May you find comfort and hope in the promise at Isaiah 25:8 where it says ” He will swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces.” I am truly sorry for your loss.

  4. Gayle as I remember was always happy, smiling, funny, easy going.. We grew up together in Custer, on the school bus, at school, etc. She will always be remembered with a smile..

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