Gail Lynn Michaels
September 30, 1956 – January 4, 2020
Gail Lynn Michaels Born September 30th, 1956. passed January 4th, 2020. She was a graduate of Antelope Valley High School in 1975 and worked as an accountant for All Valley RV in Acton, CA. She is survived by her step mother Kathy Michaels of Duck Creek, Utah, brothers Alan (Cindy) of Ft. Worth, TX, Larry of Olympia, Wa, John (Charisse) of Las Vegas, NV, Craig of Palmdale, CA and David (Connie) of Austin, TX and numerous nephews and nieces. Memorial service to be held at Central Christian Church in Lancaster, CA on Saturday, January 11th at 2pm.
- Memorial Service Saturday, January 11, 2020
Gail Lynn Michaels
January 10, 2020
To my beautiful friend. I was blessed to call you my friend. You are beautiful Inside and out. Till we meet again,
January 9, 2020
I remember starting 7th Grade as a student new to the school and area. I knew absolutely no one, and therefore, I had no friends.
Then one day, three girls approached me and asked me to sit with them. Those three girls were Gail Michaels, Rita Mulvey, and Donna Hellwig. They took away my loneliness and blessed me with their friendship. Our friend, Janet Nichols entered our lives and the five of us remained friends for life! We enjoyed happy times with lots of giggles, and held each other up during the sad times. I will forever treasure this group of lifelong friends.
What I remember and cherish most about Gail, was her beautiful smile and gentle heart. She was quiet by nature but her loyalty and love of her family and friends was fierce.
Although we are all deeply saddened that Gail is no longer here with us, we know she was welcomed by Jesus and our dear friend Donna at the entrance to Heaven. Gail leaves behind a void in the hearts of all who loved her, but we WILL see her again!
So until then my sweet friend, dance with the Angels!
Rita Mulvey Rivas
January 7, 2020
I have had the privilege of knowing Gail for over 50 years! How many people can say they have had a friend that long? I have many sweet and wonderful memories of her and will forever cherish them in my heart. What I will remember more than anything is laughing til we cried and knowing that she was someone who would always be there with that sweet smile of hers. I would have loved to have had more time, as it is so precious. I know our childhood friend, Donna was there to greet her along with Jesus when she entered Heaven. I pray Gail's family and friends are comforted knowing she lives forever and we will see her again.!