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Mary Gail Cribbs

Mary Gail Cribbs, age 80, died Thursday February 11, 2016 at E.T. York Care Center. She was born and raised in Monticello, Florida, Her parents were Charles A and Lottie Wimberly Noegel. She graduated from Jefferson County High School and attended the University of Florida and graduated from St. Luke’s Hospital Nursing Program with an R.N. Degree. She was a nurse at Alachua General Hospital for forty-five years, where she served in Obstetrics as Head nurse in labor and delivery. Later she became Patient Care Coordinator for AGH. She was awarded a plaque at her retirement for assisting with 22,000 births in her time at AGH. Mary Gail enjoyed camping, fishing, traveling and was well known for her cooking skills, Mary Gail and her husband Don were involved in the Gainesville Elks Lodge No. 990, and she was a member of the Covenant Church of Gainesville. Mary Gail was preceded in death by her parents, Charles A. and Lottie Wimberly Noegel, her husband, Don R. Cribbs, son, Robert Bryant Cribbs, brother, Charles T. Noegel. She is survived by her brother, Larry E. Noegel ( Helen Ann ), of Alachua, FL., Sister-in-law, Lucille Noegel, Panacea, FL., nephews, Taylor, David and Todd Noegel and niece Amy Cahoon. Seven great nieces and nephews. And Special Caregivers, Shirley Ostrander & Terry Thompson. Burial will be private. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers those who wish may make a contribution to Covenant Church, 3115 N.W. 16th Avenue, Gainesville, FL. 32605.

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