Gail Mary (Friedrichs) Krimmel, 77, of Sheboygan Falls, passed away on Sunday, January 23, 2022 in her hometown of Sheboygan. She was born to George and Gladys (Pape) Friedrichs on October 20, 1944.
She attended South High School and graduated in 1963. She went to City College of Cosmetology and worked as a beautician for many years. She then worked for Sheboygan County and retired after 25 years of service.
Her passions in life were family, traveling, baking, gardening, exploring casinos and was an avid supper club enthusiast.
Gail is survived by her husband, Dennis G. Krimmel; three children, Scott (Amy) Krimmel, Jennifer Krimmel (Scott Lipp), and Michael (Misty) Krimmel; eight grandchildren, Tyler (Devin), Zachary, Hunter (Alyssa), Brandon (Paige), Kelsey (Travis), Kendra, Krystal and Collin; six great grandchildren, Jace, Liberty, Tinley, Ryker, Dominic, and Lilyanna who were the light of her life; and sister, Kay Glowacki.
Gail was preceded in death by her parents and two siblings Bradley Friedrichs and Jill Mihelnik.
Honoring Gail’s wishes, she was cremated at Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Gail’s name to Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund, 1621 N. Taylor Dr., Suite 100, Sheboygan. Condolences may be expressed online at www.reinboldfh.com.
Gail you were a sweet person. I am so lucky i got to meet you,we had so laugh when we were together, just wish i could of seen you and papa more. Rip miss you until we see you again
Gail was a special friend of mine in high school. I am deeply saddened that I didn't keep in touch with her more. We had so much fun together. My sympathy to Dennis and her family.
I worked at the sheriff's department and saw Gail most days. She cleaned my office and would now and then leave a wonderful baked item, that she baked,on my desk. She was such a sweet person,and I loved her smile. My God be with you at this time. Dennis Rakow
I knew Gail from the courthouse. She was a wonderful person. She always had a smile on her face. Sympathy to the family.
Scott and family, so sorry to read about the passing of Gail. I rode the school bus with your mother and met her again when working at the courthouse. She was a wonderful person. May happy memories carry you through this sorrowful time. Bonnie
Thinking of the family with heartfelt sympathy. So sorry for the loss of your loved one. I graduated with Gail from South High, 1963, and remember her fondly. Always smiling as I can recall. RIP
Please accept our condolences. Gail was such a wonderful lady. She would always stop and see me when I worked and she always had such a wonderful attitude.
Sheriff Cory Roeseler
I was a dispatcher at the Sheriff's Department, and Gail was our cleaner. She never used her hearing loss as a crutch. In fact, because she could not hear, when she was vacuuming the dispatch center and we needed to answer the telephone or radio, she used to give us a "nerf ball' to throw at her to get her attention to shut off the vacuum. It was her idea.... Rest In Peace my friend......
Dennis and family I'm so sorry to learn of Gail's passing. She was a great friend and I will miss her very much. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Jean Wartman
To the family of Gail, I knew Gail through her employment for the County, Gail was ALWAYS cheerful and pleasant to be around and had a great attitude for her job and life in general. May God be with you at this difficult time.