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1931 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Gilbert K. Gailius Obituary
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July 17, 2018

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June 5, 2017
Lil,
I have a lovely memory of the wonderful 50th anniversary party....recently I have been thinking of you and Gil as a came across the musical CD....such lovely music!
Please remember all the wonderful things you and Gil enjoyed together. I know there are many of us who will be missing him.
With love,
Sydney
June 3, 2017
I will miss you Uncle Gil. You were like a second Dad to me when I visited 'back in the old days' in Concord with Linda and Gibby. Your support continued for so many years and then after my Dad, your brother Arthur died. You remained so strong and positive with me and our family. Your strength and fight to the very end is what we call a "true Gailius!" I will always love you and will miss your warmth and comfort. God Bless You and Rest In Peace.
XO your niece Sandy Gailius-Garman
June 1, 2017
Gil was a long time friend and a golfer addict but most of all a devoted father
to his wife and children.
We are going to miss his smile and good humor that was always present.
Go in peace, keep your head down and
swing slowly.
With great respect,
Jack Turner