In Memory

Gail Sullivan

Gail Sullivan

Susan Gail Sullivan-Weir MSRN aged 63, died on October 7th 2014 following a year long battle with cancer. She died peacefully at her home surrounded and supported by her loving family. Gail was born October 10,1951 at Ft. Benning, Georgia. She is the daughter of the late Meddie Charles Sullivan and Sally Jane Sullivan Soultaire.

Gail was a lifelong resident of San Antonio, graduating from Alamo Heights in 1969. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from North Texas State and earned her Masters in Nursing from Incarnate Word. Gail was an active member in the Daughters of the American Revolution, The Scottish Society of San Antonio, First Presbyterian Church and the Mayflower Society. Gail loved traveling, hunting and was an award winning skeet shooter. Her passions included researching genealogy and caring for others in her profession as a nurse.

She is preceeded in death by her father and grandfather Meddie Charles Sullivan, grandmothers Cora Chenery and Dora Sullivan, and son Charlie Weir. She is survived by her mother, three brothers, children, Joe and Alexa and numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorial Service will be held at Sunday 2 P.M. on October 12th at Sunset Memorial, 1701 Austin Hwy, San Antonio.

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10/09/14 10:24 PM #6    

Jana Kost (Wascher)

I was so sorry to hear about Gail's passing. She was such a precious, sweet girl! She always had a beautiful smile and a hug to give! I loved seeing her at the 40th reunion. Her warmth was very special! I am so sorry for her family's loss. I will keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this sad time. Chuck, my heart breaks for you! Please know I am thinking of you, and holding you in my heart!

10/09/14 11:08 PM #7    

Deborah Munoz (Wood)

I was quite taken back when I received the email about Gail...My heart goes out to Chuck and the rest of the family. I am holding them in my heart and thoughts. All I know is that the soul never dies, only our body and she lives within all of us who knew her and especially within her family. 



10/10/14 12:44 PM #8    

Leo Tamez

My condolences to the Sullivan family.  I did not know Gail that well, but, after all these years I still remember that smile she had for everyone during our high school years.  May she rest in peace and God bless her.

10/10/14 12:53 PM #9    

Barbara Mosher (Finger)

Gail and I were best friends in grade school and I spent a lot of time at her home, so my mom and I were talking about her yesterday, when about five minutes later I saw the newspaper. We were both very surprised and saddened. 

I will always remember the fun we had watching tv on Saturday afternoon and sitting in a tree at night throwing pebbles at the cars that drove by. We always had fun and when I moved away I missed her.

May she rest in peace and her family hold on to their memories of a very sweet woman.


10/10/14 02:38 PM #10    

Doria Pelias (Latendorf)

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Sullivan family. I was so sad to hear the

news about Gail.

10/11/14 04:51 PM #11    

Lee Jackson

Gail and her family are in my thoughts and prayers at this time. I lived right down the street from her when I was a child and I guess I knew her from the time she was about six years old. I was very good friends with her brother, chuck and their mother, Sally is a living doll, she would always take us fishing down at Brackenridge Park. That was always a lot of fun. I appreciated Gail, her mother Sally and Chuck attending my mother's funeral 2 years ago. my wife donna, and I will always remember gail as a warm and loving person. she will greatly be missed and never forgotten. she is now at peace with the Lord in heaven.

10/13/14 08:21 AM #12    

Militza Hauser (Cunningham)

So sorry for your loss, many blessings to the family and friends.

10/16/14 11:18 AM #13    

Patti Tennis (Flynn)

I am so sorry to hear of Gail's passing. She was the sweetest, most precious soul. Always had

a smile on her face and a hug ready. My heart goes out to Chuck and all her loved ones.

She made the world a better place to live in  & will be missed.

Patti Tennis Flynn



12/01/14 04:09 PM #14    

Patricia Ball (Windom)

Gail will always live in my memory as a wonderful, beautiful person. My daughter's middle name is Gail. Now she wasn't exactly named after Gail, but when my husband suggested that name, I said YES! I had great fondness and happy memories of someone named Gail, Gail Sullivan my high school friend. Now Chuck is gone too. My heart breaks for their family and you are in our prayers.

09/06/15 10:12 PM #15    

Don Reser

The loss of Gail and then Chuck is just so difficult for me.  Gail was the definition of vivacios and Chuck was the definition of generous and a good loving person.  They were wonderful people.  It is said that as the fall comes before winter, the tree begins to lose its leaves.  We are as a class like leaves on a tree.  When every leaf falls, I wonder if I am the next leaf.  I am not sure that I want to be the last leaf on our tree of 1969.



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