Gail Marguerite Bocker

October 18, 1945February 8, 2020

So much can be said about Gail Marguerite Bocker. Known to her family, friends and acquaintances as beautiful and loving inside-and-out, trustworthy, extremely friendly, charming, witty, wonderful and a sweet person, so fun-to be around and empathic. Her compassionate nature would always shine through, revealing her warmth and conscientious demeanor. She was warmhearted and gentle. She was so easy to love from the first time you met her. Gail was a mentor, a teacher capable of seeing things clearly, leading others and bring out the very best in all of those around her. She generally had a focus on harmony and peace. She brought so much happiness to family and friends. She loved nature; the ocean, mountains and desert. She had a great love of dogs, cats and all small animals. She was an extremely cuddly person.

She will be greatly missed by her husband Richard as well as her family and all her friends both in the United States and Canada. Rest in peace most beautiful lady.


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Linda Brinkley

February 14, 2020

Richard - what a beautiful tribute to your wife, Gail. It sounds like you had a wonderful life together! I wish I had known her.... We are thinking about you!
Our hearts go out to you.
Linda & George Brinkley

Rick Garris

February 14, 2020

Richard, we wanted to express our condolences to you & your family. I have fond memories of you & Gail visiting Virginia Beach to meet Betty & Eddie for the first time. You & your family are in our prayers at this difficult time. Love, Rick and Joanne Garris

Richard Bocker

February 13, 2020

In memory of my beautiful wife Gail Marguerite Bocker. Gail and I met in 1990 on Valentine's Day at a dance here in San Diego, California. We dated for six years. Our daughter Tamara suggested that we might want to consider getting married. We did so on 6 April 1996. That was a fantastic decision. We had a very happy life together. Gail was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. She immigrated to the United States over 50 years ago. She is loved and will always be missed by her husband Richard as well as both her families here in the United States and Canada. Rest in peace my most beautiful wife.

Bonnie Serabia

February 12, 2020

I’m going to deeply miss my dear friend, Gail. We became friends in 1971 and during the years Gail was always so supportive, loving and always interested in what I was doing. For some reason she enjoyed my sense of humor and our visit were full of fun stories and much laughter. She has been a wonderful part of my life and will be deeply missed. Rest In Peace my sweet friend.