Gail Katrina Thompson
November 24, 1961-December 15, 2022
Gail Katrina Thompson, 61, of Henrico (daughter of Florence Thompson), passed away on Thursday, December 15, 2022.
She leaves behind her son, Cornell Thompson, his wife, and two children.
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, December 30, at Affinity Funeral Service Richmond Chapel, 2720 Enterprise Pkwy. Richmond, VA 23294. The interment will be private.
Gail Thompson was a kind hearted person and a former coworker of mine, gone to soon R.I.P my friend.
Gail was a beautiful person and always willing to help you out if she could.
My dear loving cousin Gail. I will miss you dearly. Always willing to help out when needed. Gave generously of herself. Very kind and loving. Thank you for all you did for the family. Love you more ! RIP
Cousin Gail, you were so sweet and truly a pure hearted soul. It’s so many things I could say to describe how much you meant to me but I will just say I love you I love you and I love you and save a spot for me. Love you always beautiful! Rest in Heaven.
Crystal, I am so sorry for the loss of your mom and sister. My prayers are with you and your family, may God bless you.
My dear Gail., we are first cuz through the set of twins. My heart is heavy too but my soul is at peace knowing God has his arms around you. I will miss you and will remember all the good times we had. Tell everyone in the family I said save a place for me and I love them all. **Christopher Forever**
My friend who i haven’t seen in over 30 years RIP myfriend
Aunt Gail thank you for all your love, commitment, creative, and fun times. We could not thank you enough for what you have done for us. You will be missed tremendously. Love you forever and always.
Gail it was such a pleasure to have known you and interact with you during my travels to Richmond, I will treasure the last time you came to Ohio and grace my home with your present, the laugh, hugs, the tears the pep talks we had helped us get through the next hour, day etc. Gail will forever be in my heart! Love you like sister//cousin/friend. To the Christopher family, “Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot Heal “Isaiah 35:10
Gail and I were former co workers. She had such a good heart and was a loving person. Rest in Heavenly Paradise Gail.
My cousin Gail, such a wonderful woman, you always had your family back. I always remember you in great peace and good spirit. You were always generous of your time. You will be missed greatly and never forgotten. We love you so much. RIH…
Sister Gail, I will miss you dearly. I will never believe that you have been taken too soon. You were kind, caring, and generous. Always lending a helping hand. We had so much fun together growing up. Always laughing, crying. and being sneaky. These are the cherished memories I carry in my heart of you. I will hold these tight. There are no words to express how much I feel of not seeing you again. My tears will always flow. Thank you for taking care of momma and I know that you are resting in the arms of an angel.
I met this sweet, kind, loving soul through her Cousin Bruce. She instantly became family. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. My prayers go out to the family…..rest peacefully Gail,
It is with deep sympathy to learn of the passing of my friend Gail Thompson. My condolences to the family of Ms. Gail Thompson. She will be truly missed. May God bless the family.
I can only try to write these words. In short I knew what I meant to you. I know you knew what you meant to me. We were born 12 days apart. We lived walking distance from each other. We were related soul mates. We loved each other so so much.. I remember sailing with you in the Monterey Bay reflecting on the family. You wanted to come to LA to take care of me after my brother and sister passed. This hurts too much to continue.