Gail lived in Chatham and each year her friends “Teal” the town in her honor.   Also, her neighbor goes to each home on her street, gives them a symptom card and asks permission to put a new ribbon on their mail box.  Many of these neighbors honor Gail by keeping their ribbons up all year long.  Pictured here are Gail’s daughter, Jocelyn, and granddaughters, Mia and Bella.  Jocelyn made the T-shirts for her girls w/ the teal ribbon and Gail’s Girls emblazed on them.