Helen Gail Pina

Helen Gail Pina 79 years old of Kissimmee, Florida passed away peacefully with her family beside her on June 4, 2022. She was the only child of the late Howard and Helen Horsman.

She was the cherished wife of Mario Tobon. She is survived by her former husband Sonny Pina and the beloved mother of Mark J. Curtis and his late wife Kimberly Curtis, Craig H. Curtis and life partner Rebecca Avery, Lynne G Lutz and husband Ronald Lutz, Tirazah N. Hall and husband Charles Hall, and Tirell J. Pina
and wife Jamiea Pina.

Gail is survived by eleven grandchildren Maddie Curtis, Craig Curtis, Rachel Curtis, Christopher Curtis, Tara Fermino-Childs, Melanie Cahoon, Cory Cahoon, Grayson Pina, Maxwell Pina, Isabella Pina, and predeceased by Troy Fermino, and survived by six great grandchildren: Colin West, Mason West, Michaela Curtis, Mackenzie Curtis, Kameryn Herren, and Troy Cahoon.

Gail grew up in Quincy, Ma, then moved to Cape Cod where she drove a school bus for over 40 years. She moved to Florida in 2005 where she worked as a secretary until she retired.

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