Harry J Will Funeral Homes

37000 W Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI


Gail T. Langford

November 13, 1947February 10, 2020

Gail T. Langford (nee: Braunstein), 72 of Westland, passed away peacefully on Monday, February 10, 2020. Gail was born in Detroit, the first born child of three to Alvin and Anja Braunstein. She graduated from Henry Ford High School in Detroit in 1966. Gail recently retired after a 17-year career as a Cashier at The Home Depot in Northville. She was an avid gardener around her home. "Everyone Gail met became a friend and she liked to make others laugh", her family said.

Gail is survived by her sisters, Alison (Bill) Pikur, JoAnne (John) Stadnicar; brother, Steven Braunstein; nieces, Sarah Braunstein, Katie (Andy) Specht, Catherine (Clay) Jenovai, and Andrea (Mike) Altomaro; nephew, Tony (Crystal) Pikur; Great-nieces and great nephews, Chelsea Ramsey, Ty Ramsey, Evan Specht, Harrison Jenovai, Eloise Jenovai, Benjamin Altomaro, Theo Altomaro, Kaylee Pikur, Marcus Pikur, Mackenzie Williams, Lindsay Williams and Kimberly Williams.

Visitation will be Thursday, February 13, 2020 from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Harry J. Will Funeral Home, 37000 West Six Mile Road, Livonia, Michigan 48152.

Memorials in Gail's name may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718 (www.cancer.org).

Please share condolences or a memory of Gail with her family at her online guest book.


  • Visitation Thursday Thursday, February 13, 2020


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Sandra Blay

February 15, 2020

Gail was my best friend and sister. We did so much together. She loved shopping, going out to eat, we helped each other with our gardens and decorating. Gail was a part of my family, attending dinners and special occasions. Gail was always there when you needed help or someone to talk to. I will miss Gail very much. I have the beautiful memories of such a beautiful woman and friend. The love that was given to Gail from her sisters, Alison and JoAnn, and all her friends will be cherished.

Juanita Castro

February 12, 2020

My kindergarten pal and a friend forever. I will miss our phone chats and shared memories of family, friends and Prevost Street. May God's angels swiftly carry you to the pearly gates. Love you lots.

Alison Pikur

February 12, 2020

My dear sweet sister, how I miss your laughter and our daily talks. I looked forward to stopping by your room for a hug before my morning walks. I loved how everything we did together became an adventure! Nobody liked shopping more than you! You even enjoyed grocery shopping. Life isn't the same without you! I keep wondering when I will be able to breathe again, or stop crying. I hope you know how much I love and treasured you. You are missed! I love you so much Gail! ♥️♥️♥️

James Hyde

February 12, 2020

Gail had such a wonderful spirit about her that she made every day a good day, and although her presence here will be truly missed, the wonderful memories that include her will live on forever.

Bridget Swiderek

February 12, 2020

Gail made every road trip or outing feel like an occasion and celebration (even if it was to the grocery store). I loved how moss, driftwood, shells and rocks were treasures to her. Her happiness, laughter and zest for life was infectious. I feel blessed that she was my friend and will miss her very much.

Sue Price

February 12, 2020

There are so many good, fun memories of you I will always cherish. I loved working with you at Home Depot. It was always a great day when we got to work outside together... oh the laughs we had.
Rest In Peace Sweet Gail

Sarah Braunstein

February 12, 2020

I will miss u so much Aunt Gail

Paula Konfara

February 11, 2020

I don’t remember exactly where we were or why we were there, but I remember one of us broke something in the parking lot. I don’t even remember which one of us broke it. I think it was Gail. I don’t even remember what it was. Lol I really don’t. I do remember we thought Alison would be upset so, we were deciding what to do cuz we didn’t want her to be sad. Then, Alison starting walking toward us as we tried to hide the evidence and were were laughing so hard. I wonder if Gayle ever told Alison. 😂

Bee Carroll

February 11, 2020

Heaven gained another Angel.. I can still see your beautiful smile and hear your laugh.. something I will hold dear.
Rest in Peace, beautiful lady.
Forever in our hearts. ❤️

JoAnne Stadnicar

February 11, 2020

I am just heartbroken that you are gone. I miss you so much and can't imagine our lives without you. I still want to pick up the phone to hear about something you moved in your house or what you were watching on TV or what you were planning to make for breakfast tomorrow. We never got to plan our May trip to Vegas. I so wish you were here with us now.