I remember when I moved to Lagrange from Chicago I lived 2 blocks down Washington street from his store Gil was a very nice man always friendly I am so sorry for your loss
I have know Gil and Shirley for many years... Had it not been for both many small companies in Oldham County would not exist... They trusted, guided and Gil always had words of wisdom... He and Shirley helped me greatly in the beginning and I will never forget either for that... Gil will be missed.. Bill Corley
To laugh often and much; to leave the world a bit better; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived....This is to have succeeded. (abbreviated) -- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Dear Kelly and Family,
I only visited with Gil a few times, but it is evident to me based on the quote above that he succeeded in this life. While he is no longer here physically, he will remain in the hearts of many for eternity. Sending love and praying for comfort and peace for each of you.
Our hearts and prayers are with you in this very difficult time. We are honored to have known Gil and hope that your memories will sustain you in his passing.
Gil was a great fellow and I will really miss seeing him at Austin's for lunch.
I am so happy to have met and worked with Gil in Cardiac Rehab at Baptist Health Louisville (Baptist East). We had many interesting conversations while he pedaled away on his bike. And we talked a lot about his trips to Nashville to see his daughter and for his treatments there.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Thank you for letting me know about the passing of your father. Of course, we have remembered him and his work in helping us find a reason and a treatment for this lung disease. I'm sorry to hear of your loss and of his battle with cancer... but am thankful that he was able to continue to enjoy living life to the fullest until the end. My prayer is that he is enjoying his new life with our Lord and Savior and that you will once again see your father smiling brightly at you.
We thank him (and you) for his courage to help define this lung disease. His work in this process will never be forgotten. We have made many discoveries thanks to his contribution - these discoveries continue to help us take care of newly diagnosed patients and one day will help us answer to the cause and to find a treatment.
My prayer for you today is for comfort and peace, and to enjoy those fond memories of your Dad... fond memories that will never fade.
May the peace and love and understanding that only our Heavenly Father can grant be with you and your family at this time.
Our thoughts and prayers to the Kelly and family
dear shirley ,tim & kelly i just heard about gill today he was a great guy he will be missed our prayers are with you all
ken & marilyn White
Tim, Sorry to hear of the loss of your father. Knowing he is no longer in pain will bring consolation. Remember your good times together. Memories are bandages for a broken heart. Our prayers are with you. Love ya.
Kelly , I only knew of your Father through our conversations, but I want you and your family to know that you will be in our thoughts and prayers as you go through this difficult time. God Bless All !
Kell, there are no words to express how sorry for your loss we are. The only consolation is that he is in a much better place and no longer has pain. He was a very generous and honest man. He always made me feel like I was family. Love "T"
Shirley. so sorry to hear about your loss. He was a great boss to work for.
Goodbye Gil, it was great knowing you. Look forward to seeing you in the here after...Hope the tomatoes are as good there as you grew here.
Tim, Roger and I were very sadden to hear of the loss of your father. We have both been through this and understand how difficult it can be. You are our friend and will be in our prayers and thoughts. This is one of those times in our lives we need our friends and we will be there for you.
Shirley, you mean so much to me. Words will never be enough to let you know how sorry I am of your loss of Gil. You have been in my thoughts and prayers for a long while and will continue to be as you deal with all God has placed on your shoulders. Be strong and remember you have friends to lean on when you need them, including me.
Kelly,Tim, and Shirley,
Please accept my condolences. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you all at this time.
Thank you for your service to our country. Rest in God's eternal peace. From a grateful American.
Our hearts are heavy to hear this! He was not only a good boss to work for but a great friend to us & our community! Shirley, Tim & Kelly- words can't express how sorry we are. Please know, you will all be in our hearts & prayers! Lots of Love!
I only met Mr. Catlett a few times, but his daughter (Kelly) and I have been friends for many years. I know he helped make her the women she is today. I know her heart is hurting and I hope that she knows how many people are praying for her and her whole family during this time. Kelly, just know that there are big things for your dad in heaven and he will be watching you and taking care of you. I love you and miss you so very much. Vickie Antle Ware Fishers, IN
What a wonderful man. Thoughts and prayers are with all the family. Love to all
Love him as well made me laugh. Talked as well.
I am honored that you accepted me it to your family.
I am a better man today because of you.
I can not thank you enough for everything you have done.
Rest In Peace
I only knew Mr Catlett through his daughter and the stories and love I have seen from her. I never got the chance to meet him in person. If his goal in life was to have family and people who love him, he succeeded. I pray he rests in peace and the seperation away from us, as God promised, is only temporary.My condolences go out to all who knew him. D.Graham, from Ohio.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
I am so sorry to hear about the passing if your dad. Prayers and Angels are sent to comfort the family during this time.
Dad, My world will not be same without you in it. I will miss you every day.
I had only met Mr. Catlett a few times; but I was his parents pastor in Mount Eden from1975-1979. Seeing his obituary reminded me of them and led me to say a prayer in behalf of his family.
Will never forget my times working with Gilbert, he no doubt is cruising around heaven in that red Mercedes!