News from San Antonio Church – August 9, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin

by Terrie Evans

On this Sunday, our 9:00 AM Mass intention  is for the late Gayle Ann Dunbar who passed away on April 4, 2020 after a courageous battle with brain cancer.  She was the much loved  sister to our parishioner Deanna Gardonio ( Frank) who shared many memories from their youth growing up in Cincinnati.  Gayle was born on September 7, 1959 to the late Delores and Thomas Gardonio  into a growing family of Denise, Deanna, Lisa, Lori, Michael and Brain.  She would relocate to Mooresville, North Carolina, 25 miles north of Charlotte where she raised her two daughters, Nichole and Jessica and made a good  life for her family.  She made  many friends at the Power Works Electrical Company, a commercial  contracting  business where she worked for 13 years and for the last 6 years as Director of Safety.  Gayle and her fiancée, Jonathan Nichols enjoyed many outdoor activities, NASCAR races, and concerts together and were always getting groups of friends to share in their fun. 

Our church family has said many prayers for Gayle especially on Tuesday’s our Rosary Group asked  for a special intention from Sr. Blandina Segale.  She leaves many family members and friends  in Cincinnati, Georgia, and North Carolina to mourn her passing.  A Memorial Service for Gayle was  held on May 16, 2020 in North Carolina at the Cavin-Cook Funeral Home Chapel.  Gayle’s Funeral Mass will be held on September 5, 2020 at St. Clement Church in Cincinnati  at 10:00 AM with her remains to be placed at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery.  Please keep Dee, Frank and all of her extended family  members in your prayers at this difficult time. 

Please remember the San Antonio-Holy Family Picnic  scheduled for August has been cancelled due to all the guidelines we have to follow at this time.    

Gayle Anne Dunbar, 60, of Mooresville, NC passed away on Saturday, April 4th, in the comfort of her own home, after battling for two years against brain cancer.

She was born on September 7, 1959 in Cincinnati, OH, to Dolores Walker Gardonio and the late Thomas Gardonio. Gayle was a lover of life, always a positive outlook on any situation. She was a selfless person who was always thinking of others, a best friend to countless woman, loved taking charge of activities and being around the water, soaking up sunshine. A competitor at heart in all thing’s sports, loved live music, social gatherings with friends, walking in the neighborhood and meeting all the dogs along the way. She never met a stranger.

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