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Gail Whitfield Nethery

March 27, 1938 - May 15, 2019

Gail Whitfield Nethery, age 81, of Frisco, Texas, passed away on May 15, 2019.  She was born on March 27, 1938, in Iuka, Mississippi, to Hazel (Fredrick) and R.B. Whitfield.  Gail grew up and went to school in Memphis, Tennessee.  Following her education, Gail was a CCIM broker and realtor.  Throughout her lifetime, she worked in the hotel business in Texas and California, owned her own real estate agency, and worked for Ebby Halliday.  

Gail is survived by her children, William R. Nethery II of New Orleans, Louisiana, and Allison Borchardt and her husband, Mack, of Frisco, Texas; her grandchildren, Alexa Borchardt and Mackenzie Borchardt; her aunt, Edith Sloan of Kentucky; and several nieces.

She was the coolest and most incredible woman any of us have ever known. She was our sunshine.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

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I guess I've known Gail since the early 80's. I had the privilege of working with Gail at the Frisco Ebby Halliday office for many years and she was delightful to be around. I loved to hear talk about her career in the hotel industry in California and her commercial career here in Texas. I'll always remember the time when Gail, Bill and my parents all went down to Port A to hang out on the Ms. Toots (my parents boat) watching them film a movie aboard, eating with the crew and even meeting one of the actors in the movie, Jon Schneider. (funny stories that Gail would tell me later about that trip). Gail and my mom even had their picture taken with the actor, and I still have the picture! God Bless to all,
Marc Vita, May 24, 2019 Such a beautiful, gracious and special woman. Gail always had a kind word, made everyone around her feel special. I loved listening to her thoughts and stories about anything and everything. Susan Lindsay , May 20, 2019 I loved Gail. The very 1st time I met her at Alexa’s Birthday she introduced herself welcomed me and Madison with open arms. I knew right then we were going to be part of the Nethery/Borchardt Family. So many memories of her but that’s the 1st that popped in my mind. RIP sweet, beautiful Gail. Robin Mcfarlane , May 20, 2019 We are so very sorry for your loss. Surrounding you all with love and prayers. Maria Meleca, May 18, 2019