Monday, September 14, 2009

Amen, it is a new day and a new beginning

Legends of angels opened heavenly gates and welcomed Gail at 12:40 PM today. We cry and despair for our earthly life will change forever but we rejoice for our dear sister, mother, wife, daughter and friend is forever with our Lord and I know He has BIG plans for her.

The wake will be Thursday evening at River Ridge School in Eagan and the funeral will be Friday morning at 10:00 AM at Lumen Christi in Highland Park of St. Paul. O"Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home in St. Paul is caring for arrangements.

If you have a sharing about Gail that you would like us to post on Thursday night you can make a comment on this blog or write to and we will try to print and arrange them along with pictures etc on Thursday night.


Anonymous said...


I am sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that me and my family are praying for you. We live in the NoVa branch.

Carmen, you may not remember me, but I was a JC at Servant Camp when I was in high school. You are a great man. Your wife was lovely, but now she is more lovely as she sits next to the Father with many other POP brothers and sisters.

God bless,
Elizabeth Koller Adams and family

Jennifer (Vogel) Philbrick said...

Mr. Lee,
I am praying for you especially, and all of your family. I have always thought in awe at Mrs. Lee's quiet, gentle, firm faith. I could see Jesus shine through her. You are very strong with God, and with Him, all things are possible. May He be by your side until you both are together again. We will keep all of your family in our prayers.
Jennifer Vogel Philbrick and family

Anonymous said...

We offer our sympathy and assurance of continued prayers for you Carmen and for your family. God's grace and support of loved ones will abound to get you through these next weeks. You are beloved by many and all loved Gail for the sweet, giving person she was to so many. She leaves a legacy of knowing what was truly important in life - time with her Lord, loving and serving her family and others and always learning new ways to be better at loving.
We will so miss her smiling face and peaceful ways. We know God is merciful and took her in peace. God be praised!
Jim & Jane Hepp