We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Gail was a class act...Our prayers are with you all...
We didn't know Gail quite as well as we did his wife Colleen who we have been Raquetball partners for a number of years but certainly had the pleasure of his company when we would see the two of them together in various places but I will forever remember my last visit with him. We had been invited to one of their bars, the Canary Roost, back last fall to take in a University of Texas football game. I was seated next to Gail for the duration of a well played game. In between the action I visited with him and as the game went on I couldn't help but notice the number of his friends and patrons that would come along, throw an arm around his shoulder or give him a pat on his back wishing him well. As the afternoon wore on I realized how fortunate it was for him to be in the business that he was. Here he was able to surround himself with his friends and acquaintances while providing everyone the gift of an afternoon full of entertainment. And there was no doubt he had been doing it like this for years and years. And in all that time doing it he was still a successful self made businessman. It will be the memory I always take along with me when I remember him. God keep your arms around Colleen and their children during this saddest of times and God Bless Gail for a having lived a life well lived.
You will be missed and never forgotten
I love you Coleen, Eric, and Nia! I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.