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Patricia Gail Childers

Memphis, Tennessee

May 29, 1952 – Dec 23, 2017 (Age 65)


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Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens Obituary

Patricia Gail Childers, 65, of Memphis, TN, was called home on December 24, 2017. She was a retired supervisor from MLGW and a member of the Catholic Church of the Ascension. Gail volunteered at Mid South Animal Rescue League and enjoyed playing pickle ball at the local community center. She was...

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I met Gail at an art exhibition at the James Lee House a couple of years ago and became friends on Facebook. She was so kind as to buy my book I had just published and gave me encouragement. I just today discovered what happened, and I am so saddened. We met one other time, again at the Lee House at an open house last Christmas. We barely knew one another, but I enjoyed her posts. I will be praying for all of her friends and family who miss her.

Gail, You will truly be missed by the one's that worked with you at MLGW. You taught me how to read meter's when I became a cut off person. All the years I have known you I never heard you say a negative thing and you also had a smile on your face. Your Loved people and our friend known as PETS. I will Miss you Gail and we will Meet Again. Love Always Your Friend Garland!!!

I worked with Gail years ago at MLGW and made contact again on Facebook. I will miss seeing your post about your life with Toodles. Your death has touched me in such a way that surprised me since we were not close friends. The world is missing a very good person and that makes me very sad.

Gail, I miss you. I already miss seeing your Facebook posts everyday. Heaven has gained two precious angels. My heart is broken. May angels watch over you while you both sleep. Rest in paradise.

Gail, you were above all a very kind and generous spirit. Others have said that someone who is loved by animals is trustworthy because animals have an open heart. You will be missed by many. We had just begun to be friends. I wish I had talked to you longer last week when you called. The older I get the more I realize that if you feel drawn to talk to someone or go have lunch with someone don't hesitate. Because life is short and we do not always have time to share with those who travel with...

Our many thanks for sharing your love, kindness and humor. We were all touched by an angel. May you and Toddle Rest In Peace.
Forever love.

I worked with Gail many years as a meter reader and was there when she became a forman the smile on her face every morning at work would make anybodies day the Havens above have received an angel from here and her smile will stretch across the universe for all to enjoy may you rest in peace old friend till we meet again'

My thoughts and prayers are with all of us who had the privilege of being friends with Gail. She was such a kind and giving soul. She was a bright light for everyone who knew her. I can just image that she has already become the caretaker of the "Rainbow Bridge" where all of our pets are waiting for us. She will foever be in our hearts and memories.

Gail & her precious Toodle made each of our days better - with her FB posts, pictures, quotes, Toodle & lake adventures, a voicemail, a call, a message, her mere presence. She always gave us the feeling & being of hope, of love, of compassion to all people & animals. Her bond with Toodle was magical. Our days are different now & more empty without her. I & my Magic Man always ended our day with a message to her of "God bless & keep you & precious...