I have searched many years for Gayle Walker and her son in law,Dallace Vickers. I am Debbie's long time friend,Joy
Smith. I lost all contact with Gayle after Debbies death and once I moved away due to unforeseen circumstances. I am only now earning of her death. I am deeply saddened. I loved Gayle like a mother and she was very good to me and my kids. I want to extend my condolences to the family. I am so sad for this lose and that just like with my dearest and best friend,I wasnt able to say goodbye. Sending all our love to the family, Joy,Matt,Haley,&Joey Smith
Gayle was as wonderful a friend as she was a caring social worker. My condolences to Van and family. She made all those around her better persons by example.She is sorely missed by all of us at First Jefferson.
Gayle worked in my CPS program for many years, and I had great respect for her work. We had many interesting after-hours conversations; I admired her heart , mind, & true dedication to our mission of protecting children. Being a church organist, I'm reminded of a hymn that begins: "For All TheSaints a who From Their Labors Rest.".
Gayle was one of a kind. She was a strong family advocate and a kind and gentle person. I remember her being so positive never having a negative thing to say about anyone. She was a wonderful woman who has made the world a much better place for many children and families. Rest in peace, Gayle.
Gayle was a wonderful person and social worker in CPS. I worked with her in CPS in Tarrant County and the outlying counties. She would go to where every the need was for services to the children.
I am so very sorry to hear of Gayle's passing. We worked together several years ago. I remember her as a snappy dresser, and a very kind, sweet-natured woman who always looked for the best in others.
With deepest sympathy to her family and loved ones,
Daphne Egger Campbell