Date of Death: March 26th, 2020
1 Nisan 5780
ObituaryGail Multack nee Helbraun, 76, beloved wife of the late Barry for 56 years; loving mother of Lee (Amy) Multack, Geri Tivin and Dana Cohen; cherished Grandma Gail of Matthew and Mikenzie Multack, Noah, Jay and Guy Frydenlund, Samantha (Adam) Pike, Bradley and Myles Tivin, Sydney, Sam, Joseph, Mickey and Danny Cohen; adored great grandmother of Preston and Parker; dear sister of Marshall (Melinda) Helbraun and the late Fred (Carol) Helbraun; many loving nieces and nephews. Due to the pandemeic and out of concern for our extended family and friends, services and shiva are private. Memorial donations may be made to Temple Beth-El or the Cancer Wellness Center. For information or to leave condolences, Shalom Memorial Funeral Home, (847) 255-3520 or www.shalom2.com.
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Guest Book & Memories
April 4th, 2020
Lee, Geri, Dana, Les, Linda, Ronna and the rest of the multack/Goldner crowd. I am so sorry to hear about Gail’s passing and your loss during this strange time. I wish I could give you my condolences in person! I have such wonderful memories of nonna and bobba, Barry and Gail and different family events, I know you must have so many more to get you through this time with old stories and laughter. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
~Friend, Chicago, Illinois
April 2nd, 2020
My Dear Gail,
I am so sad and heart broken. You were my 7:30 A.M. call and my 5:OO P.M CALL.
We have had so many laughs and tears together. We shared secrets and know more truths about each other. You were my other sister. We were Lucy and Ethel. We were bargain shoppers together! And boy did we have fun buying . All we had to see was a for sale sign and we were there.
Special moments in my life good and bad I would call you to share. I know you loved me and I loved you. I am waiting for you to give me a sign to let me know you are ok.
People have been very kind understanding that this is a tremendous shocking loss.
They say I need closure. I do not want closure . No closure. I want you with me forever and that is the way it will be.
I do not have to tell you I love you because I told you all the time.
This conversation will continue my sweet beautiful friend.xoxo Carolyn
~BEST FRIEND, NORTHBROOK
April 1st, 2020
Our deepest condolences to the whole family. Gail was a dear and beloved friend and will be missed by us and all who knew her. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Sending our love to you all. Lynn and Joel Chestler
~Lynn & Joel Chestler
~Friend, Glencoe, Ill.
Yahrzeit Dates For Gail Multack
Tradition directs us in the evening before the Yahrzeit dates listed below, the anniversary of our loved one's day of death, we are to kindle a candle in our homes as a reminder of their place in our hearts.
|1st of Nisan 5781||3/14/2021|
|1st of Nisan 5782||4/2/2022|
|1st of Nisan 5783||3/23/2023|
|1st of Nisan 5784||4/9/2024|