Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Friday, March 23, 1906
Death of Mrs. Gaino
Aged Lady Will Be Buried in Moscow Tomorrow.
Mrs. Larain S. Gaino, 85 years of age, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jensen, at 9:30 o'clock yesterday morning of heart disease. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Jensen and Mrs. J. R. Guddings, of Millford, Ohio, and two sons, F. W. Gaino of Moscow, and W. D. Gaino, of Spokane.
Mrs. Gaino has been a resident of Lewiston for the past six years, having come here from Moscow. She leaves a large number of friends. Tuesday she spent a portion of the afternoon walking on the hill and in the evening complained of being more tired than usual.
The remains will be conveyed to Moscow tomorrow morning and will be taken from the train to the church, where the funeral services will be conducted. Interment will be made in the Moscow cemetery.
F. W. Gaino arrived in the city yesterday to arrange for the funeral and all of the children will be present except the daughter residing in the east.