Gail Ann Lindeman

Born on August 12, 1959 in Youngstown, Ohio
Departed March 21, 2023 in Palm Bay, Florida

Gail Ann Lindeman, 63, passed away on March 21,2023, in Palm Bay, Florida.

Gail was born on August 12, 1959 in Youngstown, Ohio, where she married Thomas W. Lindeman in 1976 and the two moved to Palm Bay, Florida in 1980.

Gail began a career with the Brevard County Public Schools in 1989 where she spent 32 years at Christa McAuliffe Elementary School, retiring in 2022.

Gail was known to have a tremendous heart and her dedication and hard work ethic was recognized in 2007 when she was awarded the “Hometown Hero Award”.

Some of Gail’s hobbies included fishing, going to the beach, arts and crafts and spending time with her family.

Gail is survived by her husband of 46 years, Thomas W. Lindeman, sons, John-Paul Lindeman (Jennifer), Thomas W. Lindeman, Jr. (Hallie), Jesse L. Lindeman (Christa), and 9 grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by her mother, Lorraine Powers, her father, James Berry, and brothers, Mitch Steinspring, Jim Berry and Anthony Berry.

The family would like to express a special Thank you to Tom and Gail’s niece, Ellie Metz, for the dedicated round-the-clock care for Gail in these past few months.

A viewing will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 25, 2023 at Brownlie Maxwell Funeral Home, 1010 E. Palmetto Ave, Melbourne, Florida with a procession along St Rd. A1A for a 1:00 p.m. funeral service at Florida Memorial Gardens, 5950 US-1 S, Rockledge, Florida.

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karen arleo from newport, nh wrote on November 11, 2023:
I worked with Gail at Christa McAuliffe. No matter what was going on, she was always ready with a smile and a joke. I miss her so much.
Thomas W Lindeman from Palm Bay wrote on March 25, 2023:
Gail I spent most of my life with you 46 years and loved every minute of it and I'm going to miss you so much but your sons and I will be all right probably talk to you everyday and I can't wait to meet again I love you with all my heart your husband friend enemy lover Tom
Tracy Gourlay from Palm Bay wrote on March 24, 2023:
Gail, beautiful, loving, caring and the list could go on! You always gave and cared so much for your family, friends and everyone who needed a hand. My friend, I will always keep you in my heart and cherish our memories together. Thank you for being my "friend." Until we meet again, may you rest in peace in that beautiful promise land ❤😔 I miss you
John Lindeman from West melbourne wrote on March 23, 2023:
Oh Mom, words can’t describe the hole I feel, but I know you are not suffering anymore, I miss you so much, keep an ear out cause I’ll be talking to you everyday, I love you mom!
Alyce Saba from Palm Bay wrote on March 23, 2023:
Really miss meeting up with you when you had time to meet. You made going to work more enjoyable.
Shane and Carol Mcmillon-Horne from Augusta wrote on March 23, 2023:
One of the greatest woman I've ever known. Rest easy aunt Gail.
Coral Carrick from Palm Bay wrote on March 23, 2023:
Gail- you will be forever missed. You always did such a great job at helping everyone with our daily requests and needs at McAuliffe. I'm not sure how you kept up with it all. I appreciate all that you ever did for me and our talks throughout the years. Rest in Peace my friend.
Rita Gynan from Palm Bay wrote on March 23, 2023:
Thank you, Gail, for all you did to take care of me during my years at McAuliffe. Rest in peace, dear lady.
Linda Gabeler from Palm Bay wrote on March 23, 2023:
You will be missed Gail. You had a huge presence at McAuliffe for many years. RIP.
Jennifer and Cory Hoehn from Palm Bay wrote on March 22, 2023:
We are sending prayers and hugs to the family! Gail was the rock that kept them boys in line. We will miss you momma Gail! You were an awesome lady, momma and husband!
Gretchen Youhas from Palm Bay wrote on March 22, 2023:
Gail was a wonderful woman, friend, co worker. I’ve missed our talks and sharing Cherry lifesavers. We’ve lost a wonderful lady. Rest in Peace Gail.
Rebecca Carlson Burke from Vero Beach wrote on March 22, 2023:
I will miss our dedicated, friendly, hard-working colleague. I worked with Gail since 1997 and could always count on her to do a bang-up job and solve all of our custodial issues. She really took pride in her work and I will dearly miss her kind and friendly ways!
Ray and Ellie from Youngstown wrote on March 22, 2023:
We will miss you so much. My summers down here in Florida won't be the same without you. 😩 But it was an honor to be here with you and the family these last three months. I would not have changed it for the world. Love you so much Aunt Gail fly with the Angels. Lots of love Ray and Ellie
Ellen Rogers from Palm Bay wrote on March 22, 2023:
I will miss our chats in the cafeteria. You will be missed Sending prayers for your family.
Helen Perugini from Pittsfield wrote on March 22, 2023:
Rest in peace my friend
Leo Torres from Melbourne wrote on March 22, 2023:
Our deepest sympathies for your family’s loss. Gail was a strong and caring woman and she will be missed by all.
Joseph Fills from Melbourne wrote on March 22, 2023:
Rest in Peace my friend. I am going to miss you Gail.
Brian Webber from Melbourne wrote on March 22, 2023:
My prayers go out to her family. I also worked for the School District for many years. Our paths crossed numerous times over those years. She was a great lady always fair but firm. Treated the kids at school as her own.

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