Let the memory of Gail be with us forever
  • 47 years old
  • Born on October 12, 1952 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States.
  • Passed away on June 30, 2000 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Gail Moseley 47 years old, born on October 12, 1952 and passed away on June 30, 2000. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Mary Gurgul on 21st October 2017
We hope that you are watching over us, as we are always thinking of you. Mom and your "little" sister, Barbi (Bubs) love you soooo much!!!
Posted by Mary Gurgul on 12th August 2017
Miss you lots and lots. Wish you were here.
Posted by Mary Gurgul on 2nd July 2017
Miss you!
Posted by Mary Gurgul on 2nd July 2017
Miss you!
Posted by Barb Wewers on 29th June 2017
Even though she will have been gone for 17 years, tomorrow, I still miss her every day.
Posted by Barb Wewers on 31st August 2016
My sister, Gail, was truly an amazing person! She was also a wonderful sister! She was 10 years older than me, so when I was little, and both of our parents worked, (this was after our sister, Jan had left home and got married) Gail would sometimes have to babysit for me. I can remember times that we would walk up to the grocery store, and we would pretend that she was the mom, and I was her daughter. There were even times, that I had my best friend, Lisa, with us, and she would play along, too, calling Gail, "Mom". After Gail graduated from high school, and moved out on her own, I still got to spend quite a bit of time with her. Sometimes, we would go shopping in Downtown Milwaukee, go out to eat, and then spend the night at her apartment. Her boyfriend, John, (who ended up becoming her husband) was there, too, once in a while, so I got to know him a little better than the rest of my family. The other big thing we always did each year, was go to the Downtown Milwaukee Christmas Parade. For many years, we would either have breakfast or lunch, and go to the parade. We would always have a blast!!! I really miss those days! As I got older, got married, and had kids of my own, Gail would call and ask me if she could take the kids for the afternoon. She loved being able to take them on the city bus! They got a real kick out of that! Sometimes, she would take them to McDonald's, or other times, Pizza Hut. I even think that she took them to Einstein Bagels, a couple of times! I always loved when I would get the kids back, though....Gail always wore a certain type of perfume. Whatever it was, it would usually linger the longest, on the youngest one's clothing or jacket, the longest.

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