BELL Gail F.
of Davisburg, passed away on April 28, 2017 at the age of 53. Beloved wife of Thomas Bell for 22 years. Loving mother of Zachary and Cameron Bell. Dear daughter of Maureen (the late Ken) Frenger and sister of Ken (Cherry), Greg (Beryl), and Kelly (Bob). She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Gail was a registered nurse for 31 years, proudly spending the last 11 years at University of Michigan Hospital.
Tuesday from 3 – 8 p.m. and Wednesday from 3 – 8 p.m. at COATS FUNERAL HOME – CLARKSTON.
Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 11 a.m. at Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church with instate beginning at 10:30 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.
What a shock Tom. Our prays are for Gail, and with you and your family.
Mary Jo Dietrich
I've lost my good friend and travel budddy, and my heart is breaking. Gail could really work a room - I'm sure she's chatting up a storm with St. Peter!
Good bye Gail, May your beautiful soul rest in peace now and may your wonderful family find peace in knowing that your love will forever remain with them in heart and spirit.
With sincerest condolences,
Ann,Gary and Tyler Hrydziuszko
Tom and family; Gail was truly one of a kind; always smiling and so cheerful. I'm blessed to have had the opportunity to interact with her at many school events and then some. My heart goes out to you all; peace be with you. She is your angel above.
My sincere condolences, Gail will forever be in my heart!
Kim (Flis) Skipper
My condolences to the Frenger and Bell families. Gail was always so nice whenever I was at the Frenger house spending time with Kelly back in our teenage years. Thoughts and prayers to you.
My deepest condolences for your loss. I had the pleasure of knowing Gail through work and always looked up to her as a nurse and mentor. The news of her passing is devastating and my thoughts and prayers are with her dear family. Please know that she touched so many...
You and the boys are in our thoughts and prayers. Gail will be missed by all.
Harold L Gallick, MD, JD
Gail was instrumental in the early days of the statewide cardiac surgery quality initiative. Her passion for success of the project was respected by all of us. Her optimistic and cheerful approach was also appreciated. She will be deeply missed. Please accept my sincere personal condolences in this most difficult time.
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for your loss. Gail was a wonderful woman. It was a pleasure being able to work with her. She always had a such a beautiful smile. Gail’s kind hearted nature and good humor will be greatly missed.
Thom, Zac and Cam, words can't express how sorry we are for Gail's passing. God's speed to you all. Gary and Julie and family
My heart goes out to all of Gail's family and friends. We have lost a beautiful soul far too soon.
We shared so many wonderful moments together cheering for our kids from rock hard bleachers, selling hot dogs and Gatorade at concessions to
earn our booster hours, enjoying nature and an adult beverage on beautiful golf courses and sandy beaches. I was blessed to call her my friend. Godspeed, Gail. I will never forget your kind heart and easy smile.
Gail was kind and so helpful to me when I came to UM to manage another CQI. She 'showed me the ropes'. Late at night, just she and I would be in the office and she made me laugh and feel a part of the team. We will dearly miss her.
Gail was a good person, kind and funny. Although we hadn’t seen each other in years she was dear to me and I will miss her. My condolences go out to all of her family.
My thoughts and prayers to Gail's friends and family. She was always smiling and telling it like it was. Enjoyed everytime we met.
Gail was a fighter with a smile that made everyone else smile with her. Her concern for people was demonstrated in all that she did - including when she rooted for the other team because that boy "is someone's son!" and those of us cheering for the Lakers said no she could not do that! I am so thankful that I am able to call her friend as I am a better person for knowing Gail. My condolences to all of her family and her friends as she will be missed so much. Sleep well Gail, my friend. I am sure God needed your smile in heaven so you could train all of the new angels.
The Thomas Family from OLL
Sending hugs and prayers of comfort to the Bell family at this very sad time.
Chris, Wendy and Sean Thomas
Jane Kaner Foreman
My condolences to Gail's family!
Tom, I don't know if you remember me or not.
Gail and I were close when we worked afternoons at St. Joes in Pontiac. We had great times after work at Benigans. We lost touch after Zach was born!
I think about her often and I thought I found a contact for her when I came across her obituary instead. I am very sad!
If you have time to send a note, please do. I remember how kind you always were too at the hospital! Janemivman@aol.com