In Memory

Gail Levine (Moore)

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04/03/14 06:09 PM #3    

Connie Tatt (Kline)

I was greatly saddened to learn of Gail's passing.



























04/04/14 10:19 AM #4    

Manly Simms

Gail and I spoke in great length over a year ago, and we were to have dinner together in a few days in Boston while she was here visiting her son. She was to call as soon as she arrived. I never heard from my dear kindergarten friend any more..Never knew why she didn't call... She was a lovely lady, and was very active in the ALS foundation which her mother suffered from and then died.. She will be greatly missed by me, and I look forward to still having that dinner with her when it's my time to move forward.... May God be with her now..

04/29/14 04:54 PM #5    

Barbara Cholfin (Oppenheim)


Gail was a friendly, outgoing, lady, who could put anyone at ease.  She was strong, during adversity, while still remaining positive and high spirited.  She was a lady full of grace and charm.  I was fortunate to have been friends with Gail, during high school and for some years after that.



07/28/14 06:34 PM #6    

Ellen Nagel (Nagel-Paris)

I knes Gail Levine from 2nd Grade at Belvoir Elementary School.  I invited her to my home for lunch time and she had me to her home also.  I amso sad that Gail died of ALS.  She was always nice to me.  The last time I saw her was at the Class Runion in 1995.  

Ellen Nagel-Paris


03/23/15 09:20 PM #7    

Cheryl Stahl (Bremson)

We would like to honor the memory of our dear friend, Gail Levine who loved Heights High and those glory days of high school. She kept in touch with many classmates through facebook who remember her with love and affection as we do. Her memory is a blessing.

Cheryl Stahl

Belita Cowan

Judi Lewis

05/12/15 02:35 PM #8    

Trudy Gottlieb (Lapin)

Grateful I had a chance to "facebook" with Gail a couple of years before she passed. Remember I was inspired by her example of courage as a teen:  While still at Heights, she lived and studied as an AFS student in Brazil, I believe. Gail's daring-do inspired me to live in France with a family who spoke no English, to immerse in a different language and culture. I see Facebook with more gratitude now. 

06/14/15 03:11 PM #9    

Belita Cowan

Gail and I were close  friends for more than 50 years.  We met went I was 11 years old.  She and Cheryl (Stahl) and I shared many funny adventures together over the years, from Belvoir to Wiley to Heights and beyond.  Gail was a great adventurer and loved to travel.  Sometimes she invited me to join her in different parts of the world.  The most memorable was in 1987 when we went on a Cousteau voyage in the Caribbean. We both learned to scuba drive in French (!) with Jean Michel Cousteau.  For the past 15 years, she invited my family to join her family in Kentucky for Thanksgiving.  It was a wonderful feast that lasted for days.  When we heard that Gail had suffered a stroke and was in a coma, my daughter and I traveled to Louisville to sit at her bedside for a week.  We sadly said our good-byes when she was still alive.  It's a treasure to have a good friend for your whole life.  Gail is missed.

07/18/15 08:32 PM #10    

Scott Bloch (Bloch)

I got to reconnect with Gail thanks to the Internet. We emailed back and forth for several months. I stopped to see her in Louisville on a return trip from seeing my son in Memphis. We laughed about them living on a golf course and neither she nor her husband played golf. I shall miss her.

07/23/15 11:45 PM #11    

Linda Crawford (Redifer)

I remember Gail from Glee Club.  I didn't know her well but always thought she was so friendly.  Wish I could have known her better.

07/24/15 06:51 AM #12    

Barbara Compton (Werner)

I was so sad to hear of Gail's passing . She was in many of my classes at Heights High and was always so kind. I remember her great smile . Condolences to her family.

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