Catherine C. McGall

December 19, 1945May 11, 2018

Catherine C. McGall, 72, of Brandon passed away on Friday, May 11, 2018. She was retired from Christ the King in Tampa where she was the Director of Household Services. Catherine was a casino coinsure, excellent cook and party planner. Most of all, she loved her family. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Catherine was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Henry McGall Sr and is survived by her children; Amber McGall-Gosselin (Eddie), Henry McGall Jr (Karen), and Frank McGall (Roy Tolson), sisters; Linda VanOrden and Snooky Rau, her grandchildren; Heather, Henry III, Robert, Garrett, Gregory, Brendan, Brandie and Rhys, and many great grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. A Memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 16, 2018, 2 pm, at Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon


  • Celegration of Life Saturday, June 16, 2018

Catherine C. McGall

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Brendan McGall

June 5, 2018

How can you pick only one Memory of Someone who built our family ! As i am not sure How we are going to make as she's Been in My Life My Whole Life ! Shes Held us through the good and the bad , and she only wanted us to be happy ... And it was our time to pull eachother together and Be The Family she wanted and make her happy ... I know that I shall say Easters isn't going to be the same without Nanny that was her favorite holiday as we all remember making the eggs with her with the color dye and us filling the eggs with change and hidding and How she lit up when those babies and her family ... she'd be damnd that the babies didnt have what they wanted and Christmas time and the birthdays and other holidays shes loved to cook !but dont get it confused she would also be very Stern when the time came! But she didn't care about nothing more than making her family and friends happy! But her family was Her everything and I'm glad that she has been there to guide us! Now we must get each other through these rough times as though this time's the roughest thing I believe I ever experienced and breaks my heart very bad ! I'll never let her memories Go! She's gone but never forgotten I love you nanny

Robert McGall

May 31, 2018

You were the greatest Grandma a boy could ever ask for. From a young age and doing your hair and nails or watching cartoons with you and just pulling into your driveway and feeling at home every time I went to your house. I would say I have many fond memories over the years and I could have been here for hours. I will leave with the feeling that you always made me feel so loved. I never once had reason to question your love for me. I will savor that feeling for the rest of my life. Thank you for always being yourself Nanny.

Love Always,
Robert Sean

Alexis McGall

May 15, 2018

Hmm do I gotta pick just one memory? There’s so many, my whole life’s worth of memories . But I have to choose one I’ll have to choose EVERY easter good or bad day she’s always made it turn out to be an amazing easter or maybe our Sunday gatherings at her house . Crazy to think she’s gone, still hard for me to believe it. She’s had such an impact on me, she was very hard on me while I was growing up but I know that’s just because she wanted me to be the best that I could be. She’s one of the main ones who shaped me into the women I am today. Blessed I was able to share 21 years of my life with her . She’s loved & missed dearly no one could ever compare to her. Rest easy my sweet nanny