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Gail M. Bristol

October 3, 1947 — April 16, 2021

Gail M. Bristol, 73, of Livingston, Montana, passed away Friday, April 16, 2021 at Livingston HealthCare. Cremation has taken place at Franzen-Davis Crematory. The family will be hosting a celebration of Gail's life this fall. Gail Bristol was born on October 3, 1947, in Queens NY. She was the daughter of Creed and Eleanor Moore. In her early years she lived in Chile, France, and Panama, before moving to Florida were her father retired. She was a graduate of the Melbourne High School Class of 1966. After graduation, Gail Bristol worked as Microfilm editor at Patrick Air Force base where she met the love of her life, Jack Bristol. On April 26th, 1969, Gail Moore was united in marriage to Jack Bristol, in Cocoa, Florida. Their marriage was blessed with 3 children, and 10 grandchildren. Gail resided in Melbourne FL. They later moved to Livingston, MT where they eventually bought Jack's childhood home, where they raised their 3 children. They shared 52 years of marriage.Gail was proud member of Catholic Daughters and enjoyed volunteering her time at the senior citizen center.She enjoyed cooking for her family, watching scary movies, she especially enjoyed spoiling her grandchildren.Gail is survived by her: husband, Jack Bristol of Livingston, MT; children: son, David Bristol and his wife, Annicka of Livingston, MT, daughter, Stacy Bristol of Livingston, MT, daughter, Renee Shifley (Rollins) and her husband, Wayne Rollins of Livingston, MT; grandchildren, Mersadie, Daniel, Makayla, Rylan, Andrew, Lance, Ethan, John, Becca, and Pearl; and many other relatives and friends.Gail Bristol is preceded in death by her father, Creed and mother, Eleanor Moore; and brother, Creed R. More Jr.
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