Through the years, you have always been my source of information for family happenings in the Cincinnati area. Since we lived out-of-town (often thousands of miles away) you were my link to what was going on. We talked on the phone on a regular basis, and you were always glad to share with me what you knew. I'll miss those times! Even though you suffered with many physical ailments, you mind and memory were always sharp (until recently when the dementia set in). I'm glad that you have a new mind and a new body now, and are in a much better place.
Condolence: With deepest sympathy in this time of loss. Gail will truly be missed. She had such a kind heart and was so detail-minded and sharp. She shared a lot with me about her secretarial experience and in my younger days, I was a legal secretary who looked up to her expertise. She never had an unkind word to say and seemed to look at the bright side of things. She and Jim were so good about celebrating birthdays with our family and made all of us feel valued and welcomed into the family. May your soul rest in peace and may you be celebrating in heaven with no more tears, no pain, streets of gold and Jesus presence!
Condolence: Auntie Gail...we will miss you! We loved you so very much and you always made each one of us feel so special and so loved. You were an amazing woman and a wonderful Aunt. We know without a shadow of a doubt that you have a very special place in heaven. As our eyes weep and our hearts are sadden we rejoice for you that you are now at peace! To the rest of the family, we share in your sorrow and wish you all our deepest sympathy. Aunt Gail will be missed. The peace of love our Lord to you all.
Condolence: To My wonderful sister- in-law, Gail Hischemiller.
Before she became ill, we had many good times together. She was so wonderful to all my children & her nephews, Jr.& & Eric Goebel.
The day she became ill, I was the first one she called. I live 10 min. away. We have alot of memories, we shared together. She always wanted to please her loved ones.
Gail, may you now, Rest in the Peace of the Lord.
My sympathy to her brothers, and Jerry my son, who took such good care of her.