“To the first lady I fell in love with. May you be at peace now, and Please acccept my deepest sympathy
“To Kellie and Nicholas, May you find peace in your memories.
What I remember about your mother was the truly wonderful teacher she was. She brought exciting ideas and activities into her classroom. The children were lucky to have her as their teacher.
God give you rest Gail.
“In times like these we find out how really hard life can be. If you reach out to God for your comfort and the answers you seek he will show you how much he loves you and he will comfort you like no one else can.
Plese acccept out deepest sympathy at this sad time in your lives. We remember Gail with happy memories.
Jesse & Deborah Balderrama
“To the family of Gail, Richard & I share many fond memories of our early days and we pray that your memories of your mom,sister,friend will be with you always. Our prayers are with all of you at this time, it is never easy but we share your sorrow at this time.
With warm regards and God's Blessing to all of you,
Richard and Ruby
“Gail, I know you are in a much better place now and you will be missed by many. I love you very much. Your Sister Pattie
Gail Lea (Jenkins) Horner, 58 SUN CITY -- Gail Lea Horner passed away October 3, 2012. He was born November 20, 1953 in Oceanside, Calif., daughter of Henry and Marjorie Jenkins. Gail received an AA degree in Early Childhood Development and became a teacher. Her favorite pastime was quilting. ...Read More