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Gayle A. Bruner Obituary
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December 11, 2018

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December 11, 2018

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December 18, 2017
Gayle,....will miss all the wonderful times we all shared at "the circle"....we will all see you again one day,...until then,....love to you now and always
December 17, 2017
A sweet and generous soul who left us much too soon. Shared many wonderful memories as young parents at OLL. May she rest in peace.
December 17, 2017
I will always remember our Day Camp Days! Gayle is the one who convinced me to join her at Hickory Hill. She was one sweet and gentle lady who loved her children. She will be missed.
December 16, 2017
I'm so sorry for your suffering. We all lost a beautiful lady and a gift to the world. Gayle was the most altruistic person I have ever known. She loved and cared deeply about everyone: family, friends, acquaintances and people she didn't even know. She befriended me when Lisa was in first grade. She encouraged me to get involved in Girl Scouts and in the Cincinnati Art Museum's "Picture Lady" program. She took me to my first play, first ballet and first art museum. She and Bob took David fun places when Karl was sick, I was working way too much, and I was filled with regret at all that David was missing in his toddler years. David loved those days with Gayle and Bob, and knowing that David was having such fun made my work days a bit easier. She was a light in my world for many years, and I will miss her. The world has lost someone who truly made a difference in individual lives and in the world.