In loving memory of

Gale Lee Schenk
February 1, 1955 - July 18, 2020

Gale Lee Schenk from Seabrook, MD. Formerly of Annapolis, MD. Suddenly passed away on July 18th, 2020. Survived by her Twin Sister, Dale A. Schenk of Delaware and her life partner of 30 years and the love of Gale's life, Mary K. Kitzmiller. Her loving Niece Nikki Kitzmiller, Jenn Kitzmiller and Lois Keiper Aylestock. Gale was a wonderful person with a heart of gold and a great sense of humor and she loved her pets. Gale will be sorely be missed by all.


Dale Schenk wrote on Aug 3, 2020:

"Gale, there are no words for how I am feeling, I miss our talks, I miss seeing you everyday, I just miss you. I can\'t wait until we meet again. I love you and miss you so very much."

Evelyn Chapman wrote on Jul 23, 2020:

"We had some great times together you will be missed love you Gale thanks for the good times we had growing up Love Evelyn "

Nikki Kitzmiller wrote on Jul 23, 2020:

"My dearest Aunt Gale, you were there for me since day one. I was 6 month old when you came into our family\'s life and when you found the love of your life. I could come to you with anything my problems, my relationship just anything and you would always help me though anything. And by the end of our conversation we would be laughing. You always put people before yourself. Your heart was as big as the world if not more. You have taught me so much and I will always remember them. I love you very much and miss you like crazy. Fly high painless free.???"

The Colemans wrote on Jul 21, 2020:

"Gale was full of happiness and laughter. She was a beacon of love and kindness. Her smile will be sorely missed by those who knew her. We know that we will meet her again in Heaven. God bless Tia Gale!"

Dawn wrote on Jul 21, 2020:

"My heart hurts, I have so many memories with Galey, in the worst situations she made me laugh. Her smile was contagious. The love she had for Mary Kay and her family was unbelievable. The easiest person to get along with. The passion for family and fun came so easy to Gale. You will be sorely missed. Rest easy sister.. Rest easy. We love you"