Gail Adams, age 58, passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 8, 2020, in the comfort of her own home.
Gail was born in Cincinnati, OH to Thomas and Wilma Adams.
Gail is survived by her brother, Thomas (Elizabeth) Adams, her long time partner, Alex Breyer, and many extended relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Gail worked as a drafter and designer in the construction industry for many years. Her passion was music. She played drums for three local bands; Falconry, Kite and String and Dualtones. Gail also enjoyed painting landscapes, welding art and often helped paint murals around the city. She was also passionate about caring for animals and often befriended the neighborhood cats and dogs. She loved animals of all kinds. Her wit and dry humor will be missed.
Visitation will be held Wednesday, October 14, 2020, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, 45231, (follow the blue line once you arrive in the cemetery), and on Thursday, October 15, 2020, from 11:30 AM until funeral services begin at 12:30 PM, at the Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home. Gail will be laid to rest at Arlington Memorial Gardens.
Memorial donations can be directed to Pets in Need of Greater Cincinnati, https://pincincinnati.org/donate/. Online condolences can be left at www.AMGFuneralHome.com.
jami saysOctober 13, 2020 at 11:48 am
you will be missed for sure …u were truly a beautiful soul and a beautiful friend i cant believe its been sdo many years ago that we would drink coffee in the corner cubicle and talk . love you my friend i will most def see you on the other side…….
Beth Breyer-Mbise saysOctober 10, 2020 at 2:48 am
I am so shocked and saddened that this has happened to you. It’s too soon. I wish that we had been able to spend more time together over the years, but we lived far apart. I met you in 1997 when my brother, Alex, introduced you to the family. You were a good partner to him. You were also always kind to Margaret and Phillip, who consider you an Aunt. Lamech considers you as a sister-in-law, as do I.
I will always remember your sentimental regard for your family, my parents, and for your many pets, too. You were a lover of music, and I was amazed when we went out to Burger Week in 2017 that you joined in with some busker musicians by drumming on their 5-gallon buckets with wild abandon! That was a fun moment, and we shared a few others, too.
We all will miss you and wish that there had been more time. I hope that you are enjoying a beautiful afterlife with everyone who went before you, and everything that you could want or need.
Lee Hofmann saysOctober 9, 2020 at 3:12 pm
Gail will be missed by all of Freeman Family. I have enjoyed working with Gail and will miss her.