Gail R. McNally • November 15, 2019
Gail R. McNally, age 83 of Cantonment, Florida died on November 15, 2019 at her residence. Her wishes were to be cremated and there is NO service scheduled for her at this time.
Gail was born in Lexington, Kentucky on January 9, 1936. She retired from Escambia County Board of Education after 27 years. She attended Olive Baptist Church, was a member of the JOY class and had lived in Escambia County the last 50 years.
She is survived by two sons, Mark Combs and David Combs both of Texas and two daughters, Lisa Boutwell and Karen Windham both of Florida. Six grandchildren, two great grandchildren and numerous friends also survive.
She was preceded in death by Parents, Frank and Thelma Patrick; Son, Kenny Combs, grandson, Skyler Calvin; Sister Janice and Brother Bobby.
A Remembrance Gathering will be held on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 2PM on Pensacola Beach at the last Pavilion before Fort Pickens.
Those desiring can make contributions in Gail’s honor to Children’s Hunger Fund
13931 Balboa Blvd Sylmar, CA. 91342
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