Gail Lynette Williams-Knowlton

October 19, 2022
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Macedon- Gail Lynette Williams-Knowlton, age 78, passed away Wednesday, October 19, 2022.

A graveside service will be held on Tuesday, October 25, 2022 at 2:30p.m. at White Haven Memorial Park in Pittsford, where she will be interred with her husband Charles.

Memorial contributions in Gail’s name can be sent to Little Long Ears Miniature Donkey Rescue, 1079 Turkey Pit Rd., Oxford Pa, 17350 or to St. John’s Lutheran Church, 153 Church Ave., Farmington, NY 14425.

Gail was born on December 3, 1943, a daughter of the late Richard C. and Beryl Hamilin Buell. A main part of Gail’s life revolved around animals. She was a member of the Carriage Society. She also enjoyed arts and crafts and was involved with a jewelry making club at Parkwood.

Gail is survived by three children, Lisa (Marty) Jenkins, Chad (Marie) Williams and Laura (Bill) Urwin; five grandchildren; five siblings, Kim (Amy Thatcher) Buell, Jennifer (the late Richard) Martin, Cassie Buell, Candy Buell and Rebecca (Dennis Boyd) Buell; a special niece, Amber Ellis; as well as several other nieces and nephews.

Gail was predeceased by her parents, and her husband, Charles Knowlton.

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Graveside Service

White Haven Memorial Park

Tuesday, October 25, 2022
2:30 PM
White Haven Memorial Park
Marsh Road, Pittsford
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Deborah Bichler from Morriston FL on Oct. 21, 2022

She was a very sweet woman who willingly shared her passion of driving with others. Rest in peace Gail, I will miss you and your smile.

Leigh M Semilof from Sodus, NY on Oct. 21, 2022

My condolences to Gail's family.

Donald Hoyt from Canandaigua, NY on Oct. 21, 2022

Julie Hoyt and I would like to express our sincerest condolences to her family. We only met her once at the carriage show in Avon this year. She was a pleasure to talk to and enjoyed the time we spent with her that day.

Hal Paynter from Madison, Alabama on Oct. 22, 2022

Jesus, we pray for your Peace and Love for Gail and Charles. Jesus, Your Peace lives on in their passing life. God Bless them for an eternity. Pam/Hal Paynter

Mary Ballou from Fairport, NY on Oct. 22, 2022

Rest in God's peace, Gail. It was a privilege to know you. My prayers are extended to the family.

Mary Turkmen from Indianapolis, IN on Oct. 23, 2022

Sad to hear of Gail’s passing. She loved her family and all animals.

Mary Patchett from Macedon, NY on Oct. 24, 2022

Gail was such a lovely lady. She and Charles adored each other and I believe they were meant for each other. Gail will be sorely missed at Parkwood Heights.

Brandon Hoad from Newark NY on Mar. 10, 2023

Laura and Lisa.
I just learned of your mom's passing and am very sorry to hear.
She bought hay from Dad for some time and then me after she moved to Vienna Rd.
She was my favorite customer. Always enjoyed talking w her about anything ( ashamedly sometimes about which of you I should have tried dating. Laura, she always voted you even though it was Lisa I knew).
She would try her best to keep Charles straight when he was telling his stories.
She even adopted a couple kittens from me.
Anyway, again my condolences. She was a very kind sweet caring woman


Kate Crowley from Honeoye, New York on Dec. 27, 2023

Laura, Chad, Lisa - Bob & I knew Gail & Chuck and visited them often at Parkwood. I just learned of her passing. We hold them in our hearts and know they are together always. Bob used to call Charles "Chucky" - I could hear him laughing across the room on the phone - he did all of our heating & plumbing work for years. I watched Gail show at Walnut Hill and made a video of the last year of the carriages. She & I walked Tipper at Parkwood and shared stories; she & I shared a love of horses of any size. They were a pair and we were blessed to have them in our lives. Our absolute best to you and your families. Kate Crowley & Bob Dunphrey

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