Gail Darlene Hamilton was born on April 28, 1963 to the late Marion and Janice Hamilton. She was preceded in death by her parents and youngest sister, Janelle.
Gail gave her life to Christ and was a member of Most Precious Blood Catholic Church where she volunteered with the Christ Renews His Parish Retreat Team.
Gail was a graduate of Marion-Franklin High School, Columbus Ohio. After graduating from high school, she matriculated at Ohio State University where she earned an undergraduate degree in Spanish. A lover of education, she went on to obtain a Masters of Arts.in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from American University, Washington DC.
Like her father, Gail was a military veteran. She served her country honorably for 21 years as a member of the United States Air Force achieving the rank of Technical Sergeant. After retiring from the military, Gail was employed as an Adjunct Professor in the ESOL Programs at Miami-Date College, Miami, Florida, and Seminole State College of Florida, Central Florida.
One of Gail’s hobbies was designing and sewing beautiful clothing. She developed her love of sewing under the loving guidance and tutelage of her talented mother. Gail furthered her skills by taking college courses and traveling abroad to study under well-known clothing instructors. She enhanced her language skills by traveling to Columbia for Spanish Immersion language classes. She enjoyed traveling abroad and learning about other countries and cultures. She enjoyed visiting her family. She had a deep relationship with her younger sister Rochelle and a special relationship with her youngest nephew, Nicholas.
Gail will be greatly missed by her sisters Rochelle Coronado, Orlando Florida (Steve), Dr. Pamela Hamilton-Stubbs, Richmond VA (Jonathan) Deborah Waters Blackburn Oakland, CA (Kevin), brother Carl Hamilton (Stephanie) Her aunts: Francis Watson (Huntsville AL) LaVerne Epperson (Nashville TN), Wilaglen Fort(Russellville, AL) Her uncle Earl Hamilton, Sacramento CA (Sandy). Nephews Hector Coronado and Nicholas Stravers.
Funeral Mass will be held at Most Precious Blood Catholic Church, Oviedo, FL at 11 am.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to:
American Cancer Society, 507 N. New York Avenue #100, Winter Park, FL 32789
113 Lockwood Blvd, Oviedo, FL 32765
N. US Highway 1, Mims, FL 32754