Gale Rhodes (Honaker) VIEW PROFILE

Gayle Honaker, age 72 of Harker Heights, passed away on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 in Houston.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at Scott’s Funeral Home Chapel in Gatesville. Interment will follow at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday at Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Killeen.

Gayle was born on October 13, 1948 in El Campo, to the late Owen Roades, Jr. and Audrey Clayton Roades. She grew up in El Campo and resided there, until her marriage to Thurman Dean Kinsel in 1966 and moving to Brazoria. They had two daughters, Kimberly and Dina. She moved to Gatesville in 1983, where she worked at Commercial Credit in Killeen, until her retirement in 1989. She married Gary Honaker on December 24, 1989. They were stationed in California, Korea and Alabama, before returning to their permanent residence in Harker Heights. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Killeen, until becoming a member of Soldiers of the Cross Cowboy Church in Nolanville.

Gayle is survived by her husband, Gary Honaker; daughters, Kimberly Livingston and husband, Steve, Dina Schuman and husband, Darrel; sister, Debbie Smaistrla and husband Mike; seven grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren.

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05/03/21 08:56 AM #1    

Kathleen Rolf (Appling)

Gayle and I had some classes together in high school!  She was always very friendly and her smile was beautiful!  I am so happy that she made it to our last reunion.  She will be missed.

05/04/21 04:22 PM #2    

Gary Hunter

Gayle and I grew up togather.  Our parents were close friends from the war years of WWII.  Gayle and I were born one monthe apart. I dated Gayle since the fourth grade and into the 10 grade.  SHe was always a kind and happy person.  We never had an argument over all those years.  We kept in touch over facebook up untill her passing.  I am extremely sadden by her passing.  As the years pass and so many of our friends have passed away, I am looking forward to seeing them all again in a better place. I miss them all.

05/04/21 06:58 PM #3    

David Wagner

Sorry I didn't know Gale that well in school.  My she rest in peace in the arms of the lord.  My condolences  to her family .

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