Our thoughts are with you Cindi and Mark.
We send our love.
My deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Gail Ingram Wood, who was taken much too soon. Although I never had the pleasure of meeting this fine lady, I am a client of her daughter, Jennifer Taylor, about whom I cannot voice enough praise for her to devotion to her mother during the last year of Gail's life. As a mother myself of the same generation as Gail, I can imagine how very proud Gail must have been as Jennifer and Cindi stood by and supported her throughout. I wish each of Gail's survivors strength during your grief. Your wonderful memories will forever be close at hand. Sincerely, Gina Harris
With Our Deepest Sympathy, To Gail's Family. To know Gail was to love her, Her beautiful smile, kindness, and caring spirit will always be remembrance. The Stinson's of Montgomery, AL.
Gail was a wonderful person, I was so blessed to have known her and been able to help her and her family. May God bless your family and be with you through this hard time.
We send our condolences to her family during this sad time.When we lived in Montgomery we were very fortunate to meet Gail and her sister - both lovely ladies. May God Bless you at this sad time. Margaret and Jerry Crompton, Gulf Shores. Alabama
So very sad to read of the passing of a wonderful, funny, beautiful person that I knew as Gail Ingram. We went to high school together and were friends then and for a few years thereafter. She was a source of golden light, energetic, bouncy, always coming up with new expressions and sayings. I thought the world of her -- she was just a beautiful beautiful person. I know that she will now be a special angel for her family and for all of us left here. My deepest sympathies but also joy that I was lucky enough to know her -- even if it was when we were young. My sympathies to everyone who knew and loved her.
My sincerest condolences. If she was anything like Mr. Ingram, then she was definitely a wonderful person! My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Mary Ellen Pizzi
I had the pleasure of being in the Godby Class of 1971 with Gail. Gail was a majorette, and you never saw her that she didn't flash that warm and beautiful smile. I hadn't seen Gail in many years until we had our class reunion in 2010. I recognized her by that same sweet smile.
To Gail's Family - Prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. I know the good Lord will provide you all guidance and peace.
Gail...rest in peace, old friend.
In Heaven Free At Last Of Pain.
From Your Friends
Jerry and Family: I am so sad to read about Gail's passing. This has been a hard time for you and your family with the passing of two very special loved ones over the past three months, your dad, Bill, and now your sister, Gail. I know your heart is heavy. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless you all during this difficult time.
HER SMILE WOULD LIFT ANYONES SPIRIT.
I was fortunate to work with Gail briefly at TLG. It was easy to be fond of her because of her kind and generous treatment of others. She will be missed by all who knew her.
It was very sad to hear about Gail's passing.. my prayers go out to her family. Gail will be missed by many and remembered by anyone who had the pleasure to meet her.