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Gail Jackson

September 14, 1951 — December 14, 2023

Gail, a high school graduate, devoted much of her professional life to caring for others as a Certified Nurses Assistant. Her compassionate spirit and nurturing demeanor brought comfort and solace to many during their times of need. Her work was not just a job but a calling, and she performed her duties with a level of empathy and kindness that left a lasting impact on those she cared for.

Her interests were a reflection of her loving personality. Gail found joy in the simple pleasures of life, such as diamond painting, which allowed her to express her creative side, and baking, which was another way for her to share her warmth with friends and family. She also enjoyed playing cards, a pastime that brought laughter and camaraderie into her home.

Gail's family was the cornerstone of her life. She is survived by her adoring daughter, Regina Varn, and her husband, Christopher. She was predeceased by her beloved son, Gary Keegan. Her sister, Geneene Leonard, and her husband, Leonard, will hold dear the memories of their sister's wise counsel and infectious spirit. Gail was preceded in death by her father, Herbert Fellows, her mother, Thelma Fellows, and her brother, Darrel Fellows. Each family member was touched by Gail's boundless love and will carry forward her legacy of kindness and strength.

Those who knew Gail will remember her as a loving and wise soul, whose spirited nature was a source of inspiration and joy. Her presence was a gift to all who had the privilege of knowing her, and her memory will continue to be cherished by her family, friends, and all who were fortunate enough to cross paths with her.

Gail Jackson's life was a beautiful tapestry woven with love, care, and vivacity. She will be deeply missed, yet her spirit will forever remain a guiding light to those she loves.

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