GAIL-BERTSCH-Obituary

GAIL VASSALOTTI BERTSCH

North Falmouth, Massachusetts

1941 - 2018

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BERTSCH, Gail Vassalotti 77, of North Falmouth, Mass., died on September 4, 2018, at Wareham Healthcare in Wareham, Mass., of complications due to Alzheimer's. Gail was born in Cambridge, Mass., in 1941, the only daughter of Virginia H. and Louis J. Vassalotti. She grew up in Newton Lower Falls,...

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With our Deepest Sympathy to you Amy,your Dad and your brother. Never had the pleasure of meeting her but she was spoke of often with much love. May your grieving process be gentle. Know you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God Bless you all! Love, Gene and DianeLQUexx

DEAR HANK, SO SORRY TO HEAR OF GAIL'S PASSING. I CAN FEEL YOUR PAIN. AS YOU KNOW, MY WIFE ANNE DIED MAY 13, 2016, FROM PANCREATIC CANCER. GAIL WAS ALWAYS A DELIGHT TO VISIT WITH, AT OUR YEARLY FLORIDA PHI DELTA THETA GATHERINGS. SHE LIKED TALKING TO MY WIFE ANNE. I LOOKED AT THE PICTURES FROM 2010, 2011, & 2012. SHE WILL BE MISSED. HANK, BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE. I WILL BE AT THE FLORIDA GATHERING, 2019. SO SORRY I MISSED THE 2018 MEETING. G RAY ASHTON JR, OE 952, (SKUMMIE) # 4, FROM...

Hank and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Gail was a wonderful woman. I will remember all of you in my prayers and ask God to comfort you at this most difficult time..Rita(Schillinger)Dawson

Gail is at peace......

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Dear Hank, so very sorry to hear of Gail's illness and passing. She was a sweet friend and sorority sister. Love and prayers to you and your family.

Dear Hank,
Your grandmother and mine were sisters and I remember visiting your home near St. Vincent's. My eye caught Gail's name in this morning's Beacon and I was so saddened to hear of your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely,
Eileen Daniel Malloy

Gail was the sweetest, kindest lady. She will always be remembered. With Love, John and Carolyn Tarr

I had the honor of working with Gail in my second grade classroom at the Coombs School. I learned so much from her but I will remember her smile and her laugh the most. I will hold you all in my thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.
Sincerely,
Suzanne (Cogswell) Shea