Azre, Gaile

Gaile Elizabeth Azre, born on November 29th, 1941, daughter to the late Michael and Evelyn Hamula, wife of late Ronald Azre, peacefully passed away on August 13th, 2021. She is survived by her brother, Allan Michael Hamula; sister, Linda Sue Sherman; her children, Kimberly Gaile Drone,  Leslie Leigh Mastro and Kelly Lynn Michaels; grandchildren, Terence Rondel William Drone and Breauna Leigh Mastro; and her beloved dog Angel.

Gaile lived a wonderful life, marrying Ronald Azre, the only love she had known, on May 5th, 1962. They had three daughters, which they both centered their world around. They enjoyed the music of Elvis Presley, and the song that most signified their love for each other was “Can’t Help Falling in Love”. They enjoyed concerts together, visited Graceland, and collected memorabilia. Gaile enjoyed trips to Amish Country, baking, going out to dinner with friends and family, sewing, and collecting beautiful Seraphim angels.

In her professional career of 50 + years, she started with Princess House Crystal and became a divisional organizer, mentoring young women with positive leadership.  With her successes in her division it allowed her to travel the world while fulfilling her lifelong dreams. With the remaining 25 years of her career she continued in retail, helping customers with her contagious smile, while giving purpose to her life, until her retirement in June of 2019.

In life I Loved you dearly, in death I Love you still. In my heart you hold a place, no one can ever fill. It broke my heart to lose you, but you didn’t go alone. For part of me went with you, the day God took you home.

Due to COVID, our Celebration of Life for Gaile will be postponed until next year. Please contact Kelly Michaels at her email address for further details
Send condolences to: Kimberly Drone 2 Ambling Lane Levittown, PA 19055.  Bollinger Funeral Services assisted the family.

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  1. I am so sorry for your loss! Your mother was such a beautiful soul. Kelly, you and Jim took such amazing care of her right up until the end. Thoughts and prayers!

    • Thank you Maureen.. im so blessed to have you known my mom.. I miss her greatly and always will. Reconditioning yourself to once seeing and being with someone everyday is most difficult to your heart and soul..thank you for being there all the times that you were ❤❤

  2. Kelly, I am heartbroken for you. Take comfort in knowing you (and Jim) gave her the best care to the very end. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    • Thank you so much for your kind words…she was my world, my everything ❤❤ and I will miss her like no other..

  3. Kelly, We didn’t know your mom was sick. We were so sorry to hear the news. Was it her heart?
    I know she missed Ron a lot and so did we. All our prayers and love goes out to you and the family. God Bless Dee, Earl, Therese and Mike Lauerhahs

    • She really wasn’t sick until after getting through COVID being asymptomatic – She had a stroke March 4th. Please email me your number or email address at so I can go into more detail for you.

      I was actually trying to find you on social media to let you know and could not find you. She loved you and Earl. Thank you for your kind words. It was far too soon for my mom’s journey home; i literally just convinced my mom to officially retire full time work from Macy’s 2 years ago and bought her a ranch in Brunswick so she could begin to enjoy life and relax. I will wait for your email to explain more. My love to all of you. Kelly

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