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Marilyn Wells

Marilyn “Gail” Conder Wells

Tuesday, August 19th, 1952 Sunday, January 3rd, 2021

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Obituary for Marilyn “Gail” Conder Wells

Marilyn “Gail” Conder Wells, age 68, of Irving, Texas passed away while on hospice care on Sunday, January 3, 2021. She was born on Tuesday, August 19, 1952 in Dallas, Texas, the daughter of Morgan and Mamie Conder. Gail graduated from Irving High School in 1970. In 1984 she graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with her specialization in accounting. Gail was a CPA and had a lengthy career in the accounting field. In 2011 she served a three year term on the Irving ISD school board, at which time her accounting experience added significantly to the school board and their efforts. Gail made a profession of faith in Christ at 9 years of age while in Vacation Bible School at Oak View Baptist Church in Irving. She loved the Lord Jesus because he first loved her. Gail also dearly loved her sisters in Christ. From the age of 13 Gail played softball and continued to play for approximately 30 years. She particularly enjoyed following the Texas Rangers. She is survived by her beloved husband of 20 years, James Wells; son Christopher Dickens and wife Billie; daughter Jennifer Rodriguez; daughter Erica Chappell; grandchildren Morgan Rodriguez, Riley and Abbie Dickens and Charlie Chappell; sister Joan McCorkle and husband Myron; sister Marcia Gaither and husband Ronny; sister Nancy Parker and husband George; brother Morgan Brent Conder and wife Cynthia as well as numerous extended family and loving friends.
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Linda Allison

I pray her family and friends find peace and comfort in our Lord Jesus Christ. Gail was a beautiful woman with a wonderful loving heart.
Comment | Posted at 07:59am via Condolence
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Judy Marzella

My condolences to the family.
Gail was the person who when she entered a room she would light it up with her smile.
I had the honor of working with Gail not long after I moved to Texas 26 years ago. She was my boss.
Gail will be missed by her family and all those whom she
came in contact with.
Gail you will be missed.
Comment | Posted at 06:51pm via Condolence
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Brenda Whisenhunt Whitman

Gail was the first friend I met when my family began attending Oak View Bapt Church. I was 5 and looked up to her because she was six. In high school she and I often hit all the hangouts in her Camaro, even seeing Chicago in concert in Dallas where her 8 track player was stolen from her car. When I was a senior and Gail had graduated we worked together at this very funeral home. Boy was she ever the mischief maker, leading the rest of us into pranks I hope Ben Brown never found out about! My condolences to her family and friends for this huge loss.
Comment | Posted at 10:08am via Condolence
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Mary Brown

Our condolences and prayers are with the family.
Love John & Mary Brown
Comment | Posted at 10:36am via Condolence
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