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Gail Loren Margolis

October 20, 1953 - September 10, 2016

Services Date September 25, 2016

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May your memory be a blessing for all those you have touched. The world was a better place with you in it---your legacy as an advocate will live on for many, many years to come.

Posted by Miriam Erdosi on September 17, 2016

I worked with Gail many years ago and admired her for so many things-her intelligence, sense of humor and passion for life. Gone but not forgotten. May she rest in eternal peace

Posted by Kim Colonnelli on September 16, 2016

You have enriched my life more than I could ever tell you. The 40+ years we have spent together has been a gift I cherish. Will always love you. I promise.

Posted by Anonymous on September 16, 2016

I am so sorry for your loss and my thoughts are with you. I have learned that her actions and accomplishments have touched many lives and made a difference for many people. I am sure I would have loved her had I known her. May her memory be a blessing for her friends and family.

Posted by Susan Schmidt on September 15, 2016

As I stood tearfully at Gail's bedside a few days before she passed she looked up and reassuringly said, "I've lived a wonderful life." For all who knew Gail, rather than mourn her too soon parting, celebrate her wonderful life lived with passion, purpose, intelligence, and commitment; inspired and esteemed by an extensive network of loving friends and colleagues. Join us on the 25th in celebration of an excellent life lived to the fullest without regret.

Posted by Richard Margolis on September 14, 2016

I met Gail at UCLA. We went through the credential program. Gail was a beautiful person soul. She always made a person feel happy and appreciated. My deepest sympathy goes to her family. I will miss her but forever keep her goodness in my thoughts and heart.

Posted by Diana Abasta on September 12, 2016