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Goble Funeral Home

22 Main Street, Sparta, NJ

OBITUARY

Gayle H. Bruning

May 16, 1953August 24, 2019
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Lafayette- Gayle Heather Bruning, 66, born May 16, 1953, passed away August 24, 2019 peacefully after a year long battle with cancer. She was born in Jersey City to the late Ronald and Beryl Govier. She spent her childhood in Bloomingdale before settling in Lafayette 30 plus years ago.

Gayle graduated Dover Business School in 1972. Gayle and Richard were married 46 years ago this past Sunday. Together with her husband Rich, they raised their son Adam who is married to Lisa. Gayle and Rich also have the two greatest grandchildren Jackson, 3 and Olivia,1. Gayle is also survived by her brother Jeff Govier and his wife Karen. Aside from her family, Gayle enjoyed her dogs, tricky trays, trips to the Caribbean, gardening, and her monthly dinners with girlfriends.

A memorial service will be held on Thursday, August 29, 2019 at Goble Funeral Home 22 Main St., Sparta, NJ 07871 from 5 to 9PM.

You will be missed by so many, Rest in Peace my love.

Services

  • Memorial Service Thursday, August 29, 2019

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Georgette Harris

August 27, 2019

When I turned 50, I came into work and saw a bunch of number 50th's going around my cubicle. Come to find out, Gayle decorated my cubicle. Those numbers stayed on my cubicle for 2 years. Everyone asked, what was that about and I told them Gayle did this, this is how old I am, no one believed it. How precious is that. I had the priviledge of visting Gayle on 8/6/19. I was very happy that she welcomed my visit. I sat with her for about 1/2 hour. I bought her some Entenmann's chocolate on chocolate donuts. She didn't have any then but offered me some. We were watching the news in silence and Rich was making her dinner. It smelled so good, I wanted to stay. She said he was making hamburger. It smelled like steak to me, ha! ha! She still hadn't sampled her donuts and I said "Gayle, are you going to eat those donuts?" She said "yes I will." I said "Ok, I'm going to leave now." I will remember her kindness and genorosity always.

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