Marcia Foxcroft Obituary, Death – On December 1, 2022, Marcia Gail Foxcroft passed away. Her family would like to extend their sincere condolences to everyone during this difficult time. Gail passed away at the Kincardine Hospital in peace and tranquility while being attended by her loved ones. On September 9th, 1952, in Hamilton, Ontario, she was born to parents Reginald and Joan Quinlan. Everyone who came into contact with Gail admired her for her fiery spirit, calm disposition, and profound gentleness. Gail had a long life—seven decades. Gail is renowned throughout Southwestern Ontario in the nursing community for her dedication to hard work and the amount of effort she puts into her work. She has formed a great deal of lovely and enduring friendships throughout her career.

Her talent as an artist, her kindness, and her uncanny knack for finding great deals will be remembered forever. Gail and William Foxcroft wed in 1974 and have been together ever since. Over the course of their 49 years together, they have made countless priceless memories, traveled widely, and looked for antiquarian artifacts. They raised their five children with an incredible amount of love and patience, inspiring them to share their talents with one another and the rest of the world. Gail’s legacy will be continued by Heather and Brad, Ryan and Sara, Andrew and Mara, and Victoria and Garrett after her passing. Gail’s devoted husband William, their four children, and their partners all survive her.

Gail is survived by her siblings Cathy, Chris, Janice, Nancy, Matt, and Mary Ann, as well as the nine adorable grandchildren she and her husband raised: Morgan, Lucan, Lake, Joan, Maple, Ellie, Winter, and Dawson. Gail is comforted in heaven by the arms of her devoted family, including her parents, in-laws, siblings, and beloved son Tyson. She will always be admired and remembered for her courage and strength. A small gathering of close friends and family will attend the ceremony. A memorial service will be held in 2023 when the climate is more agreeable.