Gail Elaine Register

 

Gail Elaine Register
Gail Elaine Register

Gail Elaine Register, 70, of Amarillo, TX passed away on August 5, 2022.

A semi-private celebration of life will be held outdoors at Allen’s home. Please send flowers and cards to Allen’s home. If you would like more information, please contact Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Mary Vaughan; her father, Jay Flaherty; sisters, Eileen and Sue; daughter, Shannon Jean; and son, Joseph Shane.

She is survived by her siblings, Rusty, Greg, and Jerry; sons, Allen Register, Richard (Susan) Register, and Chris (Moria) Register; grandchildren, Christian, Ashton, Riley, Jeremy, Shannon, Aubrey, Addison, and Holden; and 5 great-granddaughters, Lana, Finley, Isabella, Savannah, and Leilani.

Gail was a professional pet groomer for many years and adored her own weenie dogs.  She loved collecting unicorns, and playing Bingo, but she was happiest being with her family, especially spending time with her grand-babies and great-grand babies. She was Nanny to all who knew her and will be forever missed.

8 Replies to “Gail Elaine Register”

  1. Gail was such a kind lady she groomed our little bowser God definitely gained a true angle prayers for the family .

  2. Gail, ladybug. You became more then Casper groomer,a friend that will always be in our hearts. Till we meet again at the dinner table. Huggs my friend. Olympia & Paco.

  3. There are no words for how heavy my heart feels yet I know God has gained a wonderful woman to be his angel. Much love T.

  4. I miss your smile and your stories, and just getting to spend time with you. You were a great friend and I can’t wait to see you again. Love you Gail, Amber.

  5. Nanny, you were a wonderful woman. I’ve known you since I was a kid and you have always been so kind and generous to everyone. Anyone was welcome in your home day or night. Always cooking everyone a meal, I remember you cooking me a whole chicken when I was pregnant with Ashton because that’s what I wanted. You also loved for so many animals. It didn’t matter if you had the money or not…anything breathing came first. You were a tough woman. You suffered for years with being sick but you kept on. I am happy that you are no longer suffering. You can finally be at peace. Thank you for always loving and caring for all our babies. You are so loved and deeply missed.

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