Jennifer-Gale-Obituary

Jennifer Gale

Rancho Cucamonga, California

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Steve & family.
I feel blessed to have known Jennifer. I have learned many things from her about life and engineering. She had that vision that could see through the crap and get to the heart of the issue at hand. I will miss our conversations and her smile & laugh that could light up a room. She was never shy to be herself and stay true to that self. Definitely an inspiration to us all. A genuinely beautiful person, inside and out.
I will cherish my memories of her...

To the family of Jennifer Gale,
Please accept my deepest condolences. Jennifer was a valued friend and colleague, and she will be missed. God bless.

Tom Rheiner

Dear Riverside County Flood Control & Water Conservation District Family,

Jennifer Gale was an invaluable member of our Heacock Channel team. As you know this project will protect future healthcare facilities, federal properties and more than 300 homes in Moreno Valley from storm events in the existing Heacock channel facility. Jennifer was one of few engineers that stayed with the project from beginning to end. More importantly, since 2003 she remained a strong and constant...

thanks to all of you that have posted and for all of the kind things you have expressed about our beloved Jennifer whether she was your friend or co-worker. Jennifer was a beautiful young lady with a smile that would just light up the room. she will be missed dearly. thanks to all family, friends, co-workers that attended her beautiful ceremony today at st. Martha's church and thanks to all that sent her the beautiful flowers.

Steve and family,
Jennifer really cared about both the District as a professional enterprise and its family nature. She is proof that that leadership is not about the title you hold but rather the difference you make.

Jennifer started at the Flood Control District shortly after I first became a boss 20-ish years ago. Many times over the years I benefited personally and professionally from her good counsel. She proved you can mentor-up too. I could rely on her for honest...

Steve and family,

I first met Jennifer around 1997 when she reported to me as a Student Engineer at LADWP. She immediately made an impact to the office dynamic for the better. She brought her smile, her zest for life, her funny personality, her excellent work ethic, her kind words to work with her, and she loved people. She was one sweetest, kindest people I have ever had the pleasure to know and I will always carry her memory with me.

Steve and family,

I remember Jennifer as a friendly, happy and smiling co-worker. Please accept my deepest sympathy.

Steve,
I have good memories of Jennifer at the District over the years. She had the gift of brightening up a person's day as she did mine especially with her radiant smile. I'm truly sorry for your loss but memories are to be cherished as I'm sure you will do. Thessalonians 4:13,14. Ed and Cindy Lotz.

Steve and family,
My and my family's prayers go out to you all. May God comfort you with the knowledge that she is now resting and in His presence. She is missed, but will always be remembered.

Obituary

Jennifer's Obituary

Jennifer C. Gale, beloved wife, daughter, sister, went home to be with the Lord Friday, April 28, 2017. Jennifer was born May 7, 1972 to Becky (Casarez) and Ernie Calderon. Jennifer worked as a Civil Engineer for the Riverside County Flood Control District for 20 years.Jennifer loved to go to...

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