Sincere condolences to all who knew and loved her!
The Catherine McAuley HS Alumnae Association
To my dearest friend.like a sister to me. But just remember, just as my Jimmy told me you are the wise sister like me and the caring one as well. I remember the day my Jimmy came home with the girls from E 80th street, telling me about meeting a very special lady who had a son Jeanna's age and was expecting another little one. That was the 1st time we had meet and had been friends for oner 36 years. A day doen't go by the we always made each other fell good even when things were hard. Even when hanging our clothers outside on the clothes line, we would talk from one side of the driveway to the other, Andwe would watch Brian riding his bike to my house to bring Jeanna to your house to hang out and play, Those were the good old days.
I will miss talking or texting you. You had been my rock after all these years since I lost my Jimmy. Please send him my Love.
We always seem to find things for our children when they were home from school. Like, pumpkin picking, going to the Sea Port with Tuna sandwiches and best of all Breeze Point shaing a locker.
I carry you in my heart, and will still look up in heaven when I need your advice on something. Rest In Peace my dear friend.
Thank you for being there for me my dear friend. My condolences to Brian, Jason, & family Gail loved her family and if you need me I'll be there.
All my love
Rest in peace my dear Gail
I am so sorry to hear of Gail passing. She was such a good friend when she lived on Church Avenue and we explored Brooklyn in her roaring Rambler. So glad to have recently connected with her again and I can’t tell you how sad I am. My condolences for your loss and you will be in my prayers. Kathy Conigliaro Raven