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Gayle Louise Gemmill Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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April 20, 2017
Deeply sorry to hear of my good friends death. I so enjoyed our lunch and movie times together. they were special and challenging what with our ongoing discussions of management 'VS' unions. Gayle will be lastingly missed.
October 9, 2016
So sorry for your loss. I always remember Gayle as smart, funny and talented. She was so much fun to hang out with in high school. To gayle, everyone was a friend.
October 6, 2016
Condolences to Gayle's family. I remember her smile and sense of humor in high school and all the laughter she added to my 18th birthday party.
October 6, 2016
30+ years ago Gayle came into my life. I'm not event sure how we met. she was fun, bright, energetic, game for just about anything. One of the finest story-tellers I know. The 'Wide Mouth Frog story' was one of her finest. She roped me into a number of things back then-- softball (I was terrible; she was great), MSC water station on Doomsday Hill during Bloomsday run. Naming her car "pinchoff" & being the witness for our secret wedding. Mike & I didn't want the word to get out; she could keep a secret. She was a loyal friend. Even though our paths rarely crossed in recent years, she always welcomed me with a warm greeting & a story or 2 or 3.... I will remember her for her generosity, her sparkle, as a great cartoonist, a unique sole that I will miss. A few years ago we agreed that we had to do lunch. Guess that's what we'll do on Sunday.