Gail Charlotte LAMPERT
1947 - 2018

Gail Charlotte

December 7, 1947 -
July 26, 2018

Gail is survived by her husband, Larry, who cared for her and kept her happy and comfortable through many months of cancer. Her children: Angela Daenzer, husband Greg, Jeffrey Lampert, wife Kristina, and Kathleen Tuck. Grandchildren: Katie, Chris Daenzer and Kayleigh, Madeline Lampert and her sisters and families Judy Burrell, Connie Matheny, Terry Burrell, and Sandy Hert. She loved fishing, being with family, and teaching more than 35 years with S. Spokane Co-op.
She will be greatly missed by family, friends, and the many Spokane families whose lives she touched.
A Rosary will be August 17 at 7 PM at Our Lady of Fatima Church. Memorial service and reception are August 18, 10 AM, at Our Lady of Fatima Church, graveside service 2PM at Queen of Peace Cemetery.

Published by Spokesman-Review from Aug. 9 to Aug. 12, 2018.
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Queen of Peace Cemetery
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Teacher Gail was a beloved co-op teacher for my children and I. She had a gentle way with the kids and parents alike. I remember the wonderful ideas that she shared for fun activities to do with our children. She always had a smile on her face and a kind word for us all. She brought me together with other Moms in ways that helped normalize our early parenting years. We formed a bond that has kept us Moms together through many milestones, most recently-our kids graduation from high school! Thank you teacher Gail for the gifts you shared throughout your life- you will be greatly missed.
Mary Schauer
August 15, 2018
Gail was a warm, caring, friendly girl who became one of my best friends at Kent-Meridian High School. I had just moved up from California and she became my buddy in PE and G.A.A (girls athletic association). We were badminton champions and made a great team at intramural league matches. Then we both went to GRCC (Green River College) and led the Womens Association. We were chosen to fly to womens convention in Idaho and shared great times together. We went on to WWSC and then both got jobs in teaching in Kent. She will always be remembered as a true friend. I will miss her Connie Brown
Connie Brown
August 15, 2018
I've known Gail since the 1980's when we joined the preschool co-op to save our sanity as young mothers. It was the perfect fit for Gail, soon taking on a leadership role as the group's facilitator. For the next 35 years, she collaborated with hundreds of young parents to promote the social/cognitive development of their wee ones. Her gentle way and giving spirit will be missed by many. With much respect and sadness, Peggy Davey
August 13, 2018
Gail had both of my boys in Co-op and was a wonderful inspiration to them as well and a good friend to me. We all still have wonderful memories of those years. She was a beautiful inside and out, and a true gift to all of us who knew her.
Judy Colbert
August 13, 2018
Gail was a wonderful wife to Larry. They gave us three fine children and and five grandchildren. Gail was the kindest person I have ever met. She was a terrific sister-in-law and will be forever missed, yet living in our hearts until we are united again. Her passion for children and education gave so many children a wonderful and rich start in life. Rest In Peace with our family and Lord.
Beth Lampert
August 9, 2018
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