Let the memory of Gayle be with us forever
  • 75 years old
  • Born on November 30, 1936 .
  • Passed away on December 1, 2011 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Gayle Hibbard 75 years old , born on November 30, 1936 and passed away on December 1, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Sandy,Dan Hibbard on November 30, 2018
Love forever, especially on “Your Birthday” !
Gayle Happy Birthday you will never be forgotten we think about you often forevermissed
Love Sandy
Posted by Marjory Khoury on December 1, 2017
Thank you all for visiting this site and taking the time to remember my mom.
Posted by Judi Hayward on November 30, 2015
I still think of you so often Gayle, when I walk through down town Benicia, I loved seeing you in your little electric cart with the flag waving so high above you. You were an inspiration to all who knew you, especially to me and my family. Old stories still pop up and they always make us smile.
Posted by Sandy,Dan Hibbard on December 1, 2013
I can't believe its been 2 years, time goes by to fast you are still in our thoughts daily, love and miss you love Dan & Sandy
Posted by DeAnna Senft McDaid on December 1, 2012
Hi Aunt Gayle, I cannot even begin to imagine what those closer to you than I must be feeling with the lose of you in there lives for a year now. To read Sandy call you MOM is so refreshing. I know as an in-law niece, Gayle you loved everyone the same and had a natural way of making outsiders feel welcome I miss that A LOT!!    I miss YOU a lot. I'll be with you someday, D
Posted by Sandy,Dan Hibbard on November 30, 2012
Happy Birthday to you. We cant believe its been 1 year that you have been gone but not forgotten, we still think of you often and wish we could pick up the phone and hear your voice.We know your with us everyday. Love and miss you Dan,Sandy
Posted by Marjory Khoury on February 14, 2012
I would like to thank everyone who attended our mom's Celebration of Life. You all helped to make it a very special gathering. I would especially like to thank Aunt Julie for all her hard work. Please continue to contribute and "light candles" on this site. It means so much to all of us.
Posted by Judi Hayward on February 5, 2012
When you reach a certain age, you can't help but begin to look back on your life's memories and the people who have meant the most to you,those who have left you with memories to cherish. Gayle is on the very top of my list. Rest in peace my dear friend.
Posted by Gordon DeVetter on January 31, 2012
I have many fond memories of spending time with Gayle. Our many boating trips to Petulama stand out with her and Jack and going to Gayle's bar and playing shuffleboard on a real shuffleboard table. My wife Gale passed away 1year ago and they both wanted to go to Gayle's bar when we saw the sign the first time. Now they can spend time together again. Rest in peace,
Posted by Julie Cooper on January 26, 2012
Celebration of Life
Please join us
Saturday, February 4, 2012 at 1pm
Aeolian Yacht Club
980 Fernside Boulevard
Alameda, California
Posted by Randy Hibbard on January 25, 2012
My mother was an amazing person. I believe she and Jack are now together planning another trip, something they loved so much to do. I will never forget the stories of her adventures and the life experiences she taught me. We can never thank Marji and her family enough for all they have done, including this memorial. I look forward to seeing everyone soon in the celebration of her life.
Posted by Marjory Khoury on January 21, 2012
Thank you all for contributing to this ideal forum to memorialize our mother. She was so very much into sharing her many experiences through photos, which I hope you all will have the chance to enjoy. I look forward to seeing you on February 4th to celebrate her extraordinary life. Love Always, Marji
Posted by Jean Hayward on January 20, 2012
So many memories and most of them full of life and laughter. We were involved with Girl Scouts, catering for Emilio's Deli in Danville (that was a hoot).

Gayle was inspiration to behold how she faced life's challenges with "I can figure this out". "I can contribute what I know to help others and their challenges."
Posted by DeAnna Senft McDaid on January 19, 2012
Gayle was a kick. She always wore and emitted a palet of colors and a colorful spirit. I can hear her voice in my mind as I write this. She was just too young and too full of life to have left us. She surely will be missed by me. I got a notice today for her celebration of life on Feb 4th. The Nick McDaid family will attend for sure. Thank you to whom ever put up this site, nice touch xoxo
Posted by Dan Hibbard on January 19, 2012
My dear Mother, I am so glad you had me. ! And if there is ever anything I could do, I Would ! You cared for me at all the important times and I love you for that. Some day I will see you AGAIN, I will rejoice in your memory. Love, Your Son Dan.  dh.

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