Gayle Elaine Acosta

New Haven, Connecticut

1953 - 2020


New Haven, Connecticut


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Acosta, Gayle ElaineGayle E. Acosta went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, January 12, 2020. She was born in Charleston, SC to John T. and Elizabeth Jenkins on September 22, 1953. Gayle E. Acosta was the first daughter born in the family after 10+ years and was the oldest daughter of six. Gayle...

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William, my complete and most heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Although I had not spoken to Gayle in sometime, be assure she was on my heart and in my prayers constantly. I will never forget working with Gayle on "Black Nativity" at IMBC. What a good time we had with that! And if the truth be told, Gayle was and is the best Executive Assistant Immanuel EVER HAD!

Again, I am so sorry for your loss and pray that God will comfort and keep you.

I had the liberty of meeting Mrs. Gayle Acosta at the Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church when rehearsing for the Bridge House Choir. She was a well spoken and very kind woman. I wished i could have known her more. But i do know her husband, William, an excellent Minister of Music as well, and in knowing him, i know that they were meant to be in Christ Jesus. It is truly a priveledge to know you both...

Sandra M. Mally
Bridgeport, Ct.

So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers your way

You have my deepest sympathy! I actually know how you feel right now.

Looking good!

Carrie Roberts and family love you all. My heart is heavy, bless you all!

Family and Friends of my Cousin Gayle, I know words cannot replace the empty places that Gayle filled. But I want you to know we share your loss and grieve with you. Grieve but do not mourn as the world mourns, for precious in the sight of Lord is the death of His saints.PS 116:15 She was a servant and served well. And now sleeps in the Lord. The Spirit agrees that they (she) may rest from their (her) labors and their (her) works follow them (her).Rev 14:13. You have a Living Hope that...

I will always remember you

This is not a goodbye, this is a thank you. Thank you for being you. There are no goodbyes for us. Wherever you are, you will always be in my heart.

You work tireless for the Lord
He honors your work and He think it time you rest from your labor
I love you in life and in death
Take your rest my sister