Gail Gill _LRG Stnd

Celebrating The Life of

We are sincerely grateful for your many acts of kindness, including your prayers, expressions of concern, cards, telephone calls, flowers, and words of comfort toward our family. Your actions have been a source of strength for us during our loved one's illness and during this time of grief. May God richly bless each of you - The Family of Gail Gill

Gail Yvonne Carson Gill

Life Reflections Gail Yonne - Carson Gill was born in Dallas, Texas, to her parents, Rosie Lee Austin and Willie Linthicum Jr., on July 18, 1951. She was the oldest of five children and gained her education through the Dallas Independent School District. From an early age, Gail gave her life to the Lord and was a devout Christian until her untimely departure from her Earthly body. Recently, while she may not have been able to attend church every Sunday, you could find her watching Pastor T.D. Jakes on her phone or iPad. Professionally, Gail's journey was diverse and fulfilling. She dedicated a significant part of her life to the Dallas Independent School District, serving as a teacher's aide, nurse aide, and in various other roles. Her career was a testament to her dedication and love for education, which she happily retired from. Gail's vibrant personality was a beacon of light in every room she entered. Her infectious smile and bright demeanor brought joy to those around her. She had a unique sense of humor that could make anyone laugh, and she loved spending time in the kitchen cooking for her family. Gail was also a passionate supporter of the Dallas Cowboys, win or lose. Her Lord and Savior called Gail home on March 22, 2024, in Frisco, Texas. She is preceded in death by her mother, Rosie Lee Austin, her sister, Roselyn Sweat, and her brother, Danny Ray Carson. She leaves to cherish her memory sister Carolyn Carson; brothers Bruce Austin and James Carson Jr.; daughters Kim Wilson - Rivers, Jilletta Gill, and Meko Gill; grandchildren Joseph Wilson, Kayla Wilson, and Micah Sanders; two great - granddaughters and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Mom, These are the hardest words I ’ ve ever written. I don ’ t even know where to begin. You used to tell people that “ If I have $0 and Jilletta had $100, then I had $50 and she had $50.” That ’ s how we were: I had you and you had me. It was us against the world. You were my biggest support ….. my protector. Over the years, the roles reversed and I became your protector and I protected you fiercely. Now, I find comfort in knowing that you ’ re now resting with the greatest protector of them all. I will always feel that I didn ’ t do enough for, and with, you. We had a list of things we were going to do but God decided it was time for you to rest. He knows you deserve it! I ’ m going to finish that list in your memory mommy. You ’ ll be with me the entire way. I can ’ t even describe the pain I feel but I ’ m pushing through because that ’ s how you raised me. Say hi to everyone for me. I look forward to seeing you in my dreams. Til we meet again woodchuck. From your daughter Jilletta (Gray Squirrel)

In Loving Memory of My Sister

If Roses Grow in Heaven

If Roses grow in Heaven Lord, please pick a bunch for me. Place them in my Mother ’ s arms and tell her they ’ re from me. Tell her that I love her and miss her, and when she turns to smile, place a kiss upon her cheek and hold her for a while. Because remembering her is easy, I do it every day, but there ’ s an ache within my heart that will never go away Carolyn

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