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  • Pat Murkland

    "Milagro Baby," pin by Gail Gagnon Garcia, handwoven fabric, charms, silver beads. G3 was a Redlands, CA, artist who died about 9 years ago. Miss you, Gail.

  • Sharon Hasenak
    Sharon Hasenak • 2 years ago

    When Gail and Paul lived in Abilene, Tx, she was part of our weaving group. We all had such fun together. I have several of her hand woven rugs and a few pieces of her woven jewelry. I treasure them. We kept in touch after they moved to the Redlands, but eventually lost touch. She wrote the most wonderful letters. I still have them. It saddens me to read of her death. She was a brilliant fiber artist.

  • Pat Murkland
    Pat Murkland • 1 year ago

    She was brilliant, and touched so many of us in her too-brief lifetime.

  • Cheryl Cato
    Cheryl Cato • 1 year ago

    As I mentioned earlier, Paul & I have kept in touch since Gail's death. Sadly, I received a call about a month ago that Paul too has died. He went in his sleep while he was visiting his sister. It really does break my heart to lose these two dear friends.

  • Sharon Hasenak
    Sharon Hasenak • 1 year ago

    I am so sorry to hear of Paul's death. So difficult to lose good friends. My thoughts are with you.

  • Pat Murkland
    Pat Murkland • 1 year ago

    I'm so sorry.

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