Gail Frances Dershinski

September 28, 1948March 12, 2021

Gail Frances Dershinski was born on September 28, 1948 in Detroit, MI and passed away on March 12, 2021 and is under the care of Harry J Will Funeral Homes.

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Gail Frances Dershinski

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Kelly Hodge

March 27, 2021

Dave and Derek,
I just heard about your Sweet Mom's passing. I am so sorry for your loss. She had such a sweet laugh and always had a story to tell. I used to love to hear her laugh watching our dogs zoom around the back yard. She loved animals! You all were so welcoming when we moved in next door! She was a joy to talk to and watch the Blue Angels flying over our street with. She loved those planes I will think of her every time I see them! She will be missed...
Love and God Bless,
Kelly, Jeff, Jake, Tim, Rosie Hodge and of course Max and Piper!

Christine Northmore

March 14, 2021

To David, Derek & Amy & Maddie- I remember moving in next door to you & meeting your parents, Gail & Dave. They welcomed us with full hearts especially since my husband , Dave , was a car guy too. Between our 2 houses we had “Dave & Dave’s used car lot” and became great friends. They welcomed us to their annual August birthday parties for Brats & corn on the cob- we had August birthdays too. Your Mom was pregnant with David then. Your Mom convinced me to go work at St Joes- where I worked for 30 years. I remember you both being born & how much you meant to your Mom. I remember when Gail helped me when my cat was sick. When I had our son , you became friends too. You played with Hot Wheels in the sand. The Halloween parties, going to Eastern Market for corned beef, the July 4 th parties & fireworks & going house to house for fun & swimming. The school days & riding the bus. Working with your Mom with early computer technology & making floppy discs for customers . Helping to catch your dog, Rex, when he would run off. Sharing a beer together & making party store runs for the beer too. Your Mom would call me over for coffee in the morning after I worked a night shift so I could have some downtime before going to bed. Taking care of the baby rabbits that our dog caught that turned into a neighborhood project & finally releasing them into a park. Fighting over the condos being built behind us. Going up for a coney at the corner or a loose hamburger like your Mom liked. The day we moved away. So many wonderful memories- a lifetime of them remembered & cherished. I am thankful for all these things & many others, mostly her kind friendship. I’m so glad I had some time with her this last month. Love to all of you- Christine & Dave & Jimmy Northmore