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Gail Wylie


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Gail Wylie Obituary
Wylie, Gail
1952 - 2017
Loving Wife, Mother, Nana and Friend, Gail Ann (Loveless) Wylie, 65, of Powell, Ohio, passed away September 25, 2017 at home surrounded by family after fighting Ovarian Cancer for over ten years. Gail was born July 31, 1952 at Camp Pendleton, California to the late Capt. Luther (USMC, ret.) and Lena Loveless of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Gail was a graduate of Northland High School in Columbus, Ohio (1970) and subsequently Columbus State Community College. In 2014 she retired from Huntington National Bank after 20 years of service. In retirement she volunteered at Source Point in Delaware, Ohio, enjoyed gardening, and spent countless hours with her grandchildren, whom she adored. Gail is survived by her husband of 44 years, George; their three children, Jill Clark, Dublin, Ohio, Julia (Paul) Bryant, Chicago, Illinois and Geoffrey Wylie, Columbus, Ohio; five grandchildren, Coen and Emerson Clark and Wylie, Heath, and Garett Bryant; and her three siblings: brother, Capt. Barry (Cmdr. Kathy) Loveless (US Navy, ret.), Poulsbo, Washington; sister, Kim Loveless, Chattanooga, Tennessee; and brother, Rear Adm. Bruce Loveless (US Navy, ret.), Alexandria, Virginia. The family would like to thank Sue Reveron, Karen Roberts, Kim Loveless, and all of those that supported her along the way. A memorial service will be held at Liberty Presbyterian Church in Delaware, Ohio on Friday, September 29, 2017 at 11 a.m., with calling hours beginning at 9:30 a.m. To show support, please wear teal - Gail's favorite color and the color for Ovarian Cancer awareness. Contributions may be made to The Ovarian Cancer Fund #4422, Riverside Methodist Hospital, 180 E. Broad St. 31st Floor, Columbus, OH 43215 or Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Ohio (www.ocao.org) in Gail's honor. To send an online condolence, please visit www.rutherfordfuneralhomes.com.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Sept. 28, 2017
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