Schiffer, Gayle Elaine

Schiffer, Gayle Elaine

November 14th, 2018

Peacefully and surrounded by family and friends, completing her journey at home as was her wish, on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, Mrs. Gayle Elaine Schiffer of Dorchester, in her 73rd year. Beloved wife of the late John (2002). Loving mother of John (Kimberley) and James (Kendra). Adored and cherished Nanny of Carter, Hunter and Hayden. Dear sister of Robert (Laura) and Richard (David). Predeceased by her brother Doug, and her parents Philip and Dorothy Brown. Missed by several nieces and nephews. Gayle was a cherished and loved friend to many. She dedicated her life as a registered nurse at St. Joseph’s Hospital, London for over 35 years. A special thank you to Dr. Ferner, nurse practitioner Sheena Jacobs, visiting nurse Carol Ramsdale, and the rest of the palliative care team, VON, and eShift. Visitation will take place on Tuesday, November 27 from 2:00 - 4:00 and 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where the funeral service will be conducted on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Gayle are asked to consider the London Regional Cancer Program or a charity of your choice.

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Darlene and Mark SnydersA sweet soul has gone home. You were an amazing lady Gayle and you will be dearly missed. I will always cherish my last visit with you. Our deepest condolences and prayers to John, Kim, Carter, James, Kendra, Hunter and Hayden. You may not be able to see her, but she will always be with you all. She was so proud of all of you. Rest in sweet peace my friend.
Liz SchellenbergerGayle, you were a valued member of our St Joseph's Hospital Class of 1967. You will be missed. Rest in peace.
Anne PincombeDear Schiffer/Brown Family, Gayle was a gentle,hard working women who loved her Family, was a dedicated nurse,and a friend to many. She will be missed and never forgotten. Keeping you in our thoughts at this sad and difficult time.
Pat Howard (Robertson)To Gayle's family: I trained at St Joe's with Gayle so knew her best when she was young. We had a wonderful class and Gayle was one of the wonderful ones. I am happy I had a chance to visit with her at our 50th reunion. Cherish your memories and remember there is a little bit of her in all of you. Pat Howard Class of 67
Elaine listonI as well trained with Gail at St Joes She was always so kind and had a smile on her face We will all miss her
Joanne Morgan( Tope)As well as a classmate I worked with Gayle at St. Joe's. We spent some special time together at our reunion both with the group and sharing some wine in the room. She was optimistic about her recovery and planning on living life to its fullest.I am glad these are my last good memories of Gayle.
Dawnya TrouteI am so sorry to hear! My sincere thoughts and prayers go out to your family at this sad time . ❤
June Anne MeladyI trained with Gayle at St Josephs. Was happy to have seen her at the reunion last year. My condolences to you her family. She was a lovely person. Thoughts and prayers being sent your way.
Mary VanderwalSo sorry to hear the sad news. Gayle was one of the fabulous class of 1967. Condolences to all the family. She will be missed.
Beth Brockenshire (Daigneau)Condolences to all of Gayle’s loved ones. I’ll always remember her kindness and joyful smile during the training years at St Joseph’s Hospital. Rest In Peace Gayle. Will remember all of you in my prayers as Gayle smiles forever at us.
Joan and Don McNivenTo the Schiffer and Brown Families Gayle was a good friend for many years. We shared many years working together on Mother/Baby at St Joseph’s and many good times beyond our working as well. Thanks to Kim and John for allowing us the many visits and sharing good memories these past few difficult months of Gayle’s journey. Gayle will certainly be missed.
Joan BartonMy condolences to all of Gayle's loved ones . At our 50th reunion I had a lovely visit with Gayle and I want you to know it was a big highlight of the my reunion experience.She has often been in my thoughts since RIP Gayle.
Pam GonderSending love and praying for God to comfort you all and sustain you at this time. Thankful for Gayle’s home in heaven now.
Kim McIntyreI send my condolences to the family at this sad time. I worked with Gayle for 35 years at St. Josephs Hospital. {our working home}. She was dedicated nurse and friend to all. She is at peace now .Her memories will be cherished in years to come and know how much she loved her family.
Denise adn Bob WilsonYour journey is over my Friend. Safe in the arm of John. wishing you everlasting Peace. Thank you for all taught me, the laughs and Memories. I will hold them forever in my heart
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