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Gail Ellen Brusseau

June 4, 1954October 9, 2020

Gail Ellen Brusseau, 66, passed away on October 9, 2020. She was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and resided in Middleburg, FL. She was a School Bus Driver with Clay County Transportation. She will be dearly missed by her family and friends. Gail is survived by her loving husband of 41 years, William Brusseau; mother, Mary P Jenkins; children: William Brusseau Jr., Greg Brusseau, Christopher Brusseau, Cynthia Brown; brothers: Guy Guidry and Jay Jenkins; sister: Gloria Barilleaux; grandchildren: Isabella Brusseau, Sara Brown, Ashley Brown, Jonathan Brown, Tehya Brusseau, Allen Brusseau, Gregory Brusseau, Dakota Brusseau and Laela Brusseau; great grandchildren: Elizabeth Brown and Nevaeh Brown; and a host of extended family and friends. Family will receive friends 6-8 PM on Friday October 16, 2020 at HARDAGE-GIDDENS HOLLY HILL FUNERAL HOME, 3601 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, FL. Private Family graveside services will be held at Holly Hill Memorial Park. Please post words of comfort at www.hollyhillfunerals.com.

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  • Gail is survived by her loving husband of 41 years, William Brusseau; mother, Mary P Jenkins; children: William Brusseau Jr., Greg Brusseau, Christopher Brusseau, Cynthia Brown; brothers: Guy Guidry and Jay Jenkins; sister: Gloria Barilleaux; grandchildren: Isabelle Brusseau, Sara Brown, Ashley Brown, Jonathan Brown, Tehya Brown, Allen Brusseau, Gregory Brusseau and Dakota Brusseau; great grandchildren: Elizabeth Brown and Nevaeh Brown; and a host of extended family and friends.

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  • A Celebration of Life

    Friday, October 16, 2020

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Mike Stewart

October 16, 2020

So very sadden to hear of Gail’s passing. So sorry I had no kept up with Gail and Bill after finding out they lived close me in Middleburg years ago. She was such a nice and sweet lady. I remember her from the Orlando years . I know Bill lost a part of his soul with her passing. God bless you all!

Lydia Johnson

October 15, 2020

I am so saddened by the. Passing of Gail.she has been on my mind lately and in my prayers.she was always such a nice person and I enjoyed the times that we were able to speak with each other.Bill and family, I am so sorry for your loss.God has a special need for her smiling face. My sincere prayers for you and your family
May God give you strength to face the coming days.and the knowledge to know that others do share your sorrow.





Kelly Omalley

October 14, 2020

Mrs. Gail toted both of my children to and from school for many years. Every morning we would talk across the lawn about how many people ignored the red flashing lights. It was in front of my house when she had the pile up dropping my daughter off. She was amazing. Even in such a stressful situation she handled all of the children on the bus with love and compassion. She was the BEST. We will sadly miss her. She was like extended family to is. Jillian and Jolene are both saddened by her loss. May she RIH in peace and love with no traffic jams.

LONNIE ROBERTS

October 13, 2020

Gail was a dear friend to us all and was a long-standing member of CESPA. In her tenure, she held many positions within our organization, Building Representative, Board of Director for Transportation, Secretary/Treasurer, CESPA Communications Chair, on the Bargaining Team and Vice President of CESPA. Gail stayed busy by thinking of ways to keep others motivated to recruit members. Gail organized and set up various activities like car washes, garage sales, and a host of other fundraising activities during her tenure as a member. Recently Gail had to step back to take care of family matters and herself, but that never stopped her dedication to us. Gail will be genuinely missed as our thoughts and prayers go out to the Brusso family

Charlene Laidler

October 12, 2020

I was a co-worked with Gail for many years. When I first started out as a bus monitor. I had the Pleasure to be her sub monitor on her bus . I learned a lot that day from her and will never forget all the Encouraging words she gave to me. When I told her I was leaving , she told me I was closing one chapter and opening a new one. She will be missed. Now it is your turn open your wings and fly.

Michelle Miller

October 12, 2020

MS. Gail was a wonderful wife, mother , grandmother , and friend to many their house was always open and welcoming for all especially around the holidays ! Many great memories with the family !R.I.P fly high my friend! My thought and prayers are with you all!!

Ken Carter

October 12, 2020

Gail was always available for conversation and it was always fulfilling. She was very professional in her work with the Union and her job transporting the precious youth of the school board. She was loving and kind to all the members and knowledgeable enough to serve the members needs in dealing with management. She never failed to tell you about her travels through life. Her cajun roots, her father and granddaughter. I will miss her smile and caring. She was the sunshine and I will miss her very much. I’m so sorry for your loss and wish you comfort.

Debra A Mattix

October 11, 2020

Gail was a friend/co-worker of mine for many years! I remember how she always worked so hard as to never missing work! That’s not always easy..especially if ya not feeling well! But she did it! She definitely was a hard worker! There were many times we had our lil chats! I recall one time..after losing my beloved hubby, how she shared with me about how lost she’d be if God forbid she lost her hubby! I told her it’s not easy but with Gods Grace, doable! I pray that her husband & family find peace & comfort thru these times of sorrow! Just lean on Jesus for strength, He will see you thru...🙏🥰💖
Thanks Gail for being a friend to me!

Christal Daughtery

October 11, 2020

Every time I got to see Gail, she always greeted me with a caring smile and kind words. Her husband gave all the drivers free coffee in the mornings where he worked. They were always willing to show that kind of love. Remembering her fondly always. God bless her family knowing she was a loving soul.

Rhonda Bowers

October 11, 2020

I’m so very sorry I worked with Gail a very sweet loving and kind women. She will be forever missed.

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