"My sincere condolences to Roman and Gayle's entire family and friends! May she be at peace.🙏🙏"
"Gayle was a close friend to my parents and will be missed as I know my mom(Arlene) has a special spot for you in heaven very close to her as you will be together again. All your memories will live in our hearts forever! Our sincere sympathy and prayers and all God's Blessings go out to all your family. May you rest in peace. Love Will Carne Sr., Linda, Steve, Nathan & Connor
"My sincere condolences to Gayle's family. I met Gayle many years ago. She was very friendly and easy to talk with. No matter where I met up with Gayle she would stop to say hi and ask how life was going. She will be missed by many. Rest in peace Gayle."
"Such a kind lady. The obit said her hobby was people. Well, I conversed with her, side by side, at the computers at a hotel in Rochester, Minnesota. She was truly kind and caring and a joy to talk with."
"Elaine and I extend our deepest sympathies to the Gill and Ramseth families on the death of Gayle's passing. Our friendship in Rock goes back many years.!!"
"Roman, Chris,Robert and families,
I am so sorry to hear about Gayles passing. I enjoyed getting to know her and your dad when visiting my parents (Dick & Lois) in Gulf Shores , AL.
Please remember the positive memories of your wife and mom.
In my prayers
Grand Rapids, Mi"
"I met Gayle in 2016 when I first became a nursing home administrator. How blessed I was to have our paths cross and her encouragement as I embarked on a what was a new career for me. Chris, I know Mom will be missed by not only the immediate family but all those who have known her along the way. Prayers for comfort in the memories in the days ahead. "
"To Mr. Roman Gill
I'm not sure if you remember me, but you were my JV basketball coach at Escanaba High School in 1972. I I met your wife that year. She was a very sweet kind lady; I pray for peace for you in your time of sorrow. You know where she is! God Bless You Coach!"
-Brad R Larson
"Roman, Chris, Robert and family,
Love and Sympathy in the passing of Gayle. Gary and I were friends for many years. Gayle and Roman were so much fun and introduced us to their many friends in Orange Beach, Alabama. Gayle loved people and was a warm and generous friend. I will miss her. Till we meet again….🌹"
-Mary Lou Curtin
"Dear Roman, Chris, Robert and family, we are all deeply saddened to hear of Gayle's passing. She was a wonderful lady, and she will be missed. Hugs to all of you from your Cook's Lake Family."
-Cooks Lake Association
"I want to extend my deepest sympathy to Roman, Chris, and Robert. Gayle was very hospitable to me when I visited her and Roman at their home and champ at Cook lake. I enjoyed my time with her. I will miss her. Wishing that I could be at her funeral, I sadly cannot due to prior commitments. I will keep her in my thoughts and prayers. Msgr. Peter Oberto"
-Msgr. Peter Oberto
"Roman, Christopher, Robert and family
Gayle's hobby was people is right on target. She just love talking to the many new people on her travels and the so many friends and family she had. Always took time to visit. Being first cousins we had fun time through our school years living in the same town and later seeing each other in Alabama. Great memories. Am sure she was welcomed in Heaven with open arms. She will be missed.
Our thought and prayer will be with Gayle and with each of you. Love Tom and Puz Cleary
"Roman, Chris, Robert, Linda, Martina and Josh: Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at the time. Your mother was a one of kind person! We admired her ability to strike up a conversation with just about anyone.
Love, Bob and Cathy Metzler"
-Bob and Cathy Metzler
"My deepest condolences to the entire Ramseth/Gill family. I stumbled on the news of Gayle today. Her obituary was lovely. She certainly was a beautiful person! She and my mother roomed together in Green Bay back in the 50's, and I can still recall childhood memories of receiving the Gill family Christmas photo cards from Esky. God Bless you all. My thoughts are with Roman and his deep sorrow."