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Gail Elizabeth Bremer

November 4, 1964 — January 7, 2024

Gail Elizabeth Bremer, age 59, of Albuquerque, NM passed away on January 7, 2024 surrounded by her loved ones after a fall that caused an Intracranial bleed.  She was able to donate her organs to help others and that would have made her very happy.  

Gail was born in Los Alamos, NM on November 4th, 1964.  She graduated from Los Alamos High School in 1982.  She then attended Park Business College to get an Accounting certification.

Gail was well known in the Albuquerque Real Estate Industry as she worked with PGP Title, Old Republic, Steward Title of Albuquerque, and Land America as an escrow officer and loan officer for many years.  She had a wonderful sense of humor, a great work ethic and a quick wit.  

Gail enjoyed golfing, traveling, watching sports and spending time at family gatherings.  She loved to go shopping with her mom and niece.   She attended the Final Four with her boyfriend David Winings as well as many other fun adventures they enjoyed together.  Gail loved to help at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta with the German Ballooning Team for many years.

Gail is survived by her mother, Merrily (Fred) Ross, father, Edwin Bremer (Margaret), brother, David (Ann) Bremer, Lou (Susan) Bremer, Chris Ross.  Sisters Kim (Paul) Miera, Denise Wolfe.  Uncle John Ross. Gail loved all her niece and nephews with all her heart and loved to spoil them.  Gail is leaving behind her beloved cat, Duff.

A celebration of life and spreading of ashes will be held during the Spring/Summer of 2024 in White Rock, NM for the family.

“A great soul serves everyone all the time. A great soul never dies. It Brings us together again and again.” -Maya Angelou

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