Gayle Boitmann

Obituary of Gayle Mae Boitmann

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Gayle Mae Boitmann, born on September 17, 1946, in Washington D.C., passed away on April 30, 2024, in Pearland, Texas, after a long and hard-fought battle with cancer. Gayle was the beloved daughter of Hobart Conyers Green and Evelyn Carlson Green. She was preceded in death by her brother, Carl Wayne Green, and her spouse, George Boitmann. 

Gayle's professional life was dedicated to her work at Gardner Denver, where she poured her heart and soul into everything she did. She was not only a dedicated employee but also a cherished member of her community. Gayle shared her faith and became an ordained minister later in life, always eager to share the word and bring comfort to those around her. 

In her free time, Gayle found joy in her hobbies and interests. She was an avid bowler and a lover of golf, often found playing at Country Place or watching the PGA tour on weekends. Her passion for these activities brought her immense happiness and allowed her to connect with others who shared her love for the game. 

In 1997, Gayle re-found love and married George Karl Boitmann, with whom she shared many great times until his passing in 2011. Gayle's legacy lives on through a much loving family; stepson Paul Boitmann and wife Kathie, stepdaughters Janice (Brad) DeCuir, Jean (Rodger) Carr and Karla (David) Melass, and many bonus grandchildren. Sister-in-law, Joanne Green of Pinehurst, NC, her nephews, Christian Green and wife Nicole of Glen Carbon, IL, Jonathan Green (Lauren) of Pinehurst, NC, and her great nieces, Natalie and Clara Green. 

The Green family would like to express their deepest gratitude to the Boitmann family for their constant care and support during Gayle's illness, as well as the exceptional care provided by The Landing at Watercrest Shadow Creek Ranch, and for the love and care Vantage Hospice provided during her last months. 

Gayle, will be remembered for her strength, kindness, and unwavering faith. Her presence touched the lives of all who knew her, and her legacy will continue to inspire those who were fortunate enough to have crossed paths with her. May she rest in peace, knowing she was deeply loved and will be dearly missed. 

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