Gail’s heart stop May 27th 2011 at 1:50 AM. She requested to be cremated and her ashes scattered among flowers. Her family requested the private ceremony to take place on her birthday August 20, 2011.
Gail always said, “I’m in the business of creating smiling faces. When people buy antiques from me they smile knowing they have found a beautiful lifelong treasure.”
The legacy lives on as Gail’s memorial funds the inspiring work the Smile Train is doing. Yes, the Smile Train surgically removes a barrier called cleft lip from a child’s face and replaces it with a beautiful smile plus a twinkle of joy in the child’s eyes called hope. I invite you to generously support the largest cleft charity in the world knowing that Gail supported them during life and now beyond.
You may know Gail as -- an Antique Dealer, -- a Friend, -- a Loving Family Member, or as the energizer bunny with her boundless energy and love of life. I was blessed to call her my wife, the happiest 9 years and 2 months of my life. Our wedding vows express who she is for me: “…I create the possibility of living in a world overflowing with romance, laughter, and love. I am honored that you choose me as your playmate, your dance partner and your confidant to share the gift of life with….”