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Gayle R. Day Obituary
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August 16, 2018

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April 4, 2018
Mr Day was such a wonderful man and will be truly missed. We moved into the neighborhood in 96 my mother was a single mom and he always helped cut our grass and do our snow. He would do everyone's on the block. He was always so generous and kept a smile. He was the ONLY person that came and introduced himself and made us feel welcomed in the neighborhood. I knew him as a little girl I'm I am Thankful that my daughter got to meet him. I'm so glad I visited him when he stayed at Village of the Falls. He will forever have a place in my heart. God Bless your soul and prayers to your family. Love you MR. Day. Love Charlene's daughter Tacarra
March 9, 2018
Larry and Day family,

I'm so sorry for your loss. Dad was a great father-in-law and grandfather.

Rose Nollette
March 9, 2018
March 8, 2018
Your Dad was the nicest friend and neighbor. He "loved" his neighborhood. He was always ready with a wave and a smile whenever he saw us. Even after he moved he would stop by to say "Hi" and talk about his beloved Packers.
We shall forever remember your wonderful Dad. He's busy in heaven mowing God's lawn. Ride on dear friend!!
Karen, Sharon & Tom Szyszko