Gail Louise Bouder, 79, of Carlisle,
passed away on Sunday, January 15, 2012, at Forest Park Health Center, Carlisle. She was born on Saturday, October 15, 1932,
in Carlisle, a daughter of the late Frank and Martha (Wright) Culbertson and the widow of Paul M. Bouder, who died June 25,
1960 and James L. Bouder, who died Aug. 31, 2002.
Gail was a 1950 graduate of Carlisle High School
and the former Carlisle Hospital Nursing School, where she earned her L.P.N. credentials. Gail had worked at the former Carlisle
Hospital, the Church of God Home, Carlisle and also as a private duty nurse . She was an avid bowler and member of the American
She is survived by four sons; Paul Michael (and his wife Lu Ann) Bouder of Carlisle, Ron and his
wife, Paula) Bouder of Boiling Springs, Jack (and his wife, Connie) Bouder of Carlisle and Jeffrey (and his wife, Lisa) Bouder
of Newville, one sister, Fern "Bob" Newcomber of Newville, nine grandchildren; Michael, Aaron, Shane, Lake, Brooke,
Wade, Jeffrey, Tyler and Jaime, three great-grandchildren and many other extended family members. Gail was preceded in death
by one son, Joey S. Bouder and three sisters; Jane Motter, Esther Ramp and Twyla Anderson.
Funeral services will be
held on Monday, January 23, 2012, at 1:30 p.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle. Burial will
be in Westminster Cemetery, Carlisle. Viewing will be on Monday from 12:00 noon until time of services. Memorial contributions
may be made to Central PA Animal Alliance, 1802 Silver Pine Circle, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050.
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are all in my thoughts and prayers.
She will be deeply missed. (Louise's Cleaning Lady & Friend)
Jack (and Connie), I was very saddened to hear
of your mother's passing. We know she is in a better place now and you will meet her again.
Ed Ball & family
sadly missed fond memories
To the Family:
You have my deepest sympathy on the death of Louise. She was
a fun person. My husband and I bowled with Jim and Louise for a lot of years.
Bundle the happy memories she left you
I am very
sorry for your loss. I wish I would be able to attend the service, but I have to work. Your mother was a very
special lady and I greatly respected her.
To the family,
Weezie will be greatly missed. Have lots of wonderful memories.
We are sorry for your loss,
our sympathies are with you. We will always remember the great times we had bowling with Louise at Midway. Remember the good
Karen & Bill Keller
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