Gail Patricia Humphrey was born Oct 28,1941 in Manhattan, New York to the late Alfred
and Myra Monroe.
Gail was a loving daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, and friend. She lived most of
her life in Albany, GA. She worked hard all her life and loved even harder. She always
gave of herself unselfishly. Most of her life she worked in food services, retail and finally
as a ceramic’s instructor in a senior community center. She enjoyed fishing, being near
the beach and doing her ceramics. She also enjoyed action movies, games shows and
old westerns. And just like most grandmothers, you never went hungry around her. She
was an excellent cook.
She loved her family more than anything. She also loved and knew God. Her life here
was a demonstration of unconditional love of those in her life. So let this day and any
future memories of this wonderful woman be celebrations of love, for that is truly who
she was authentically. We are thankful for all the years God shared her with us. Now
God has called her back home after a job well done.
She was preceded in her transition by her parents, children, Dawud A. Humphrey
(Mary) and Kim O. King.
She is survived by her children, Florence M. Humphrey of Jonesboro, GA; Billy
Humphrey (Veronica) of Oklahoma City, OK; and Gail M. Christopher of Jonesboro, GA
a sister, Audrey Monroe Washington, several grandchildren, great grandchildren,
nieces, nephews and cousins who all loved her dearly.