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Obituary of Gail Wohl
On April 5th, surrounded by her family at home, Gail C. Wohl embarked on her final journey. Born July 7, 1938 in Ithaca, NY to Abner and Beatrice Hertzmark. Gail was predeceased by her dear husband Jason N. Wohl, and her sister Judie Goodman. She is survived by three daughters, Pamela (Paul) Kniskern, Marcy (Dan) Epstein, and Amy (Robert) McKee; Six grandchildren; Amanda Barnett, Camille (Nate) Welch, Morgan Bayly, Ariel Newman, Joeli, and Jake McKee and two great-grandchildren; Liana and Eden Welch.
Her children and grandchildren’s greatest fan, Gail was always encouraging and supportive.
Gail graduated from Shaker Heights High, then Endicott College. She was a lifetime member of Hadassah, an active member of the Pinellas Co Democratic Club, and contributed to numerous causes and organizations.
Gail was fearless in her pursuit of adventure, traveling to six continents and making lasting friendships everywhere she went. Gail’s career began in marketing before finding her perfect profession as a travel consultant for 43 years.
Later in life, she discovered her passion for sailing and captained her boat, Gail Wins. As a member of the Bay Sailors Club, Gail enjoyed learning and friendship and even sailed in a race to Cuba.
Newcomers to the bldg. at Bay Island always received a warm welcome from Gail. She loved entertaining and planned parties and events to celebrate an occasion, accomplishment or promote a cause. At Gail’s, there was always room for more at the table. Gail enthusiastically shared her optimism and belief in the goodness of people.
A graveside service will be conducted on Tuesday, May 30th, 2023, at Chapel Hill Memorial Park at 10:00 am, presided by Rabbi Jen Mangold. A celebration of life will follow at 1:00 pm in the Leisure Room, 7500 Sun Island Drive So, South Pasadena, FL 33707.
Donations made to The American Heart Association in her memory will be greatly appreciated.To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Gail Wohl, please visit our Tree Store