Gayle Jameson


Full of Grace, Always a Lady, On the morning of February 8, 2015, Lois Gayle Jameson (nee: Saunders) passed away in her family’s arms. Gayle was 71 years old. She will be lovingly remembered by her husband, Lang; their daughters, Shawna Bungay, Kim Krueger and Cheryl Jameson and their families; her brother, Glenn; and sister, Linda. Gayle was born on July 14, 1943 in Melville, SK. She moved to Saskatoon in her early adult life to complete her Medical Laboratory Technology Diploma at Saskatoon City Hospital. It was there that she met her husband, Lang, and they were married on July 13, 1968. They relocated to Edmonton in 1972 to build their lives and dreams together, and spent the next 41 years raising their three daughters and welcoming seven grandchildren into their lives.Over the years, Gayle was a gardener, hostess, french-braider, ballroom dancer, crafter, collector, photographer, fashionista, listener, student, home renovator and traveller. She notoriously cried over commercials, had unparalleled thoughtfulness in gifts and sewed swarms of dance costumes. Gayle was known for her compassion, grace, unconditional love and bright smile. She was a “mother” to many that met her, as she so readily and warmly welcomed people into her heart and home. A devoted wife, mother, gramma, sister and friend, Gayle will be missed for her gentle soul, giving nature and quick wit. We have lost a true lady, but have gained a glorious angel. Her legacy will live on in those whose lives she touched. A service celebrating Gayle’s life will be held on February 21, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. at the Woodvale Community Facility and Clubhouse, 4540-50 Street, Edmonton. For information on donations to Anaplastic Thyroid Cancer Research, please email [email protected]

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