“ When I first got the email from Marylene, I couldn't believe what I was looking at! No one let me know so when I got this email and the other one I was in shock and really depressed. I couldn't gather up the energy to respond! Gail was so much sunshine! Always in a good mood and pleasant! I'm so happy I saw her at Marland Place when my mother was in Andover. Gail's husband is a wonderful guy. We also visited with Uncle Fern and Aunt Christine. We laughed and told stories. Thank you,...
“Like everybody, we find it so hard to process everything that has happened. The loss of our dear sister Gail will be felt for a very long time to come. The good and fun memories will hopefully outweigh the pain we are all feeling in our hearts. I will never forget the laughs we had when we'd get together. My heart and soul go out to Alan and family. May they find comfort knowing that Gail is in a beautiful place waiting for them...and also knowing they will be reunited forever in the grace...
“Al & Families,
Words are hard to find, feelings, there are plenty of those. My thoughts are like many. Like most, if not all of us, are still in shock and it's difficult at times to absorb what has happened. The whole process was so surreal and we didn't really have time to process things as they unfolded. But somehow we all rode on Gail's wave or experienced the "Gail winds" one last time. It was sad but yet, special in the ways and timing that things happened and what was...
“Marylene and Family, I am so sorry to hear about ur lost. Gail was always full of fun and laughter. We laughed so hard the last time I saw her and Marylene in Bangor at the Pizza Hut. We were talking in french of course and everyone looked at us like we had five heads. I will cherish that happy moment in time. I will continue to pray for u guys and her husband and family. Love and Hugs,
“Alan, I'm so thankful to have been able to see Gail that day in the hospital, Thank you for that, She was a great cousin. Also praying for you and your family. May she RIP..
“Alan and family,
There are no words to describe the deep pain we feel in our hearts but together we will heal and carry on the way Gail would want us to...Gail, I know in my heart that you are at peace now and an angel in heaven doing God's will...thank you for the precious memories..until we meet again dearest sister, rest in peace and joy, all my love forever...Sandra
“Dear Al, Erik, Ellen, Drew & Emily,
The events that took place last month still feel sureal. Our lives were changed by knowing and loving Gail and now we're changed again by having lost her too soon and too fast. We will continue to process and greive each our own way but one thing will always remain is the love we know she had for all of us the the love we had for her. Our precious memeories will forever live on in our hearts until we meet again. May you rest in peace Gail.
I was stunned and sadden to hear of Gail's untimely death. I learned the news while reading Ken's obituary in this morning's paper. My heart aches for you and your family as you struggle with the overwhelming loneliness that settles in with the loss of special people in our lives.
As I remember Gail, the energy of her smile and warmth were present in the room long after she left. She will carry you through this and be with you forever...
“Alan, So shocked to hear about Gail May she rest in peace May to memories of her always be close and dear to your heart
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JEFFERSON -- Gail S. Parker, 60, of Sennett Road, died Dec. 23, 2012, at her home after a brief illness. She was born in Van Buren on Oct. 17, 1952, the daughter of Fernand Rossignol and Christine (Picard) Rossignol.
Gail was a 1971 graduate of Van Buren District High School.
She was...Read More