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Vernon C. Wagner Funeral Homes

125 W Old Country Road, Hicksville, NY

OBITUARY

Gail Patricia Tringali

May 3, 1938September 6, 2019

Tringali-Gail Patricia (nee Wallace), 81, of Hicksville, NY, passed away on September 6, 2019. Beloved wife of Roy, Chief Petty Officer, US Navy. Devoted mother to Christine (Paul), Rory, and the late James. Cherished grandmother to Alexandrea, Cassandra, Joseph, Arielle, Jonathan and Valentina. Beloved sister to Edwina Jager and sister-in law to Milton Jager. Loving Aunt to many nieces and nephews. Gail was floral designer at Centerview Florist for many years. Family and Friends may visit Sunday, 2-4 and 7-9pm, with Funeral Services at 8pm, at Vernon C. Wagner Funeral Home, 125 W. Old Country Rd. Hicksville, NY. Chapel services to be held Monday, 12pm, at St. Charles Cemetery, East Farmingdale, NY.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, September 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service Sunday, September 8, 2019
  • Chapel Service at Cemetery Monday, September 9, 2019

Memories

Gail Patricia Tringali

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Patricia Goble

September 10, 2019

I am glad that the last time I saw Aunt Gail was at my Uncle Curts funeral. She pulled me to the side and said "I know you felt that you weren't loved much growing up,but,I love you very much". She was correct and we parted knowing that she said she loved me like a daughter. In fact she gave me a shell necklace for my high school graduation. I still cherish it. She was a loving and caring person. She gave much to my mom also. She would send goodie packages every year to her. Aunt Gail, you are now at peace and no longer in pain. You join in heaven with those who love you. Rest in peace and I love you too!

Vincent and Rosa Leonetti

September 8, 2019

That beautiful smile and sense of humor-
Unique to Aunt Gail.
To the family ( Uncle Roy, Christine and Rory)
Stay strong.
Hold on to the beautiful memories.

Carol-Ann Luisi-Saletto

September 7, 2019

Growing up on Lee Avenue having Gail as one of mom,s closet friends. To this day I can still hear Gail’s New Jersey farm accent. She never lost it. Her talent and creativity was always admired by me and mom. I still have many floral arrangements she made for my mom. I also have some ceramic pieces that mom cherished. Gail was warm kind and generous. She surely will be missed by many. Jimmy is waiting Godspeed. Love you

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY