Gail Ann (Gail Ann Short) Seavy-Miles Obituary
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Gail Ann (Gail Ann Short) Seavy-Miles (Tekoa, Washington), who passed away on March 12, 2020, at the age of 72. Many know Gail better by the name “Windy Mountian”. Windy was a traveler at heart with a deep desire to be surrounded by beautiful landscape and loved ones. A woman of tremendous talent, Windy was a jack of all trades. Above all she designed, constructed, and sold her clothing and designs. She was an entrepreneur with a creative soul. Windy could renovate a home, replace a water heater, install a starter, write a legal brief, reupholster a couch or the interior of a vehicle and inspire most none believers to walk with the lord. She never avoided a challenge. As a young beauty queen Windy married her first husband and had her eldest son in 1971 in the Bay Area of California. Shortly after she follower heart to Montana. It’s in Montana Windy discovered a love of Mountains, natural living, music, art, and friendship. She married her second husband in 1979 and welcomed her two daughters in the few years that followed. Windy’s life lead her to many moves, many trades, many conversations with and about her beloved Jesus Christ. It’s with him she found so much peace. Her passing was unexpected to most of us and likely to herself as well. She would above all else request those who morn her to say a prayer in her honor that she may find peace in heaven with the lord Jesus Christ. A memorial service will be announced in the weeks to come. Her children would like to thank those friends who have reached out and who were so dear to her. We are grateful you showed her so much love.
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