Gail Daugherty

Gail A. Daugherty

Sunday, February 17th, 1957 - Thursday, February 27th, 2020
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Gail A. Daugherty

February 17, 1957. Gail A. Daugherty died suddenly February 27th, 2020 at her home in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. Gail was the loving daughter of William F. and Sally L. Daugherty. Gail lived in New Berlin, Wisconsin all of her school years, graduating from New Berlin West High School in 1975. She then attended the University of Wisconsin Madison, graduating with a degree in accounting in 1979 and becoming a Certified Public Accountant in 1983.
She began her years in business with Coopers and Lybrand, then Strong Capital Management and her last years were spent with Crabel Capital Management, retiring in 2017. Gail loved her friends, family, her home, working in her yard, the Brewers and time spent at the cottage on Razorback Lake.
Gail is survived by her mother Sally L. Daugherty of New Berlin, Wisconsin, her brother John (Jack) K. Daugherty, Sister In Law Kay Daugherty, nephew Logan Daugherty of Coral Springs, Florida and many other friends and relatives.

PLEASE NOTE; The memorial service at Forest Park Presbyterian Church in New Berlin HAS BEEN CANCELED. The service will be rescheduled at a later date.

She may be remembered in leu of flowers through Forest Park Presbyterian Church of New Berlin or the Scholarship Fund of New Berlin High Schools and are still be welcomed.
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Pam Kirchen

Posted at 08:29am
I worked with Gail for a number of years and very much enjoyed Ane's post describing her unmatched attention to detail. When it comes to detailed-oriented tasks I still find myself measuring outcomes along Gail's barometer.

Gail truly cared about the people around her. I recall when I was pregnant, she took down my husband's phone number and kept it on her desk near her phone. I recall during a particularly busy time near Valentine's Day, she purchased a Valentine's gift for the children of each team member. It was a rubber stamp with the first letter of each child's name--there were a lot of them, and she knew each one. I also enjoyed talking with Gail about gardening and planting flowers, especially in the spring. Like me, she enjoyed getting her yard ready for the warmer weather. She would bring tulips into work, and we exchanged tips and seeds for growing flowers.

I am glad I had the opportunity to know Gail. May she rest in peace.


Lynne Robinson

Posted at 10:14pm
It is hard to believe that a person so full of life is gone. It is hard to find words to describe her. She had a great work ethic without losing her sense of fun. I know she loved travelling with her mom and I expected to continue to see pictures of those trips for years to come. I regret not taking the time to stay more connected. My deepest sympathy to her family and friends.

Ron Beckman

Posted at 02:59pm
I have known Gail since 1979 as a co-worker, client and loyal friend. She was a very special person in so many ways, and over the years she became a friend to our family. She was very intelligent and organized, totally honest and ethical, diligent and dedicated to her profession and friends. I can't find the words to express our shock, sadness and sense of loss. Gail had just retired in 2017 and deserved to have many more years to enjoy her well-earned retirement. Mary and I extend our deepest sympathy to Sally, Jack and Gail's extended family and friends.

Amy Obrien

Posted at 02:13pm
My children and I were devastated to hear of Gail’s unexpected passing. She was our next door neighbor for 11 years and so lovely to be around. She had a unique connection with each of my children, whether it be passing on a coin she brought back from a overseas trip or waiting to give out extra big candy bars to them at Halloween. We were both alumni of UW-Wisconsin and shared a love for Wisconsin Badger Football. In the warm weather my kids enjoyed spending time working in the yard with Gail as she would patiently explain the setup to her fish pond she so meticulously tended, or zipped around her yard on her riding mower. We had the pleasure of a lovely visit just a few weeks ago, and I can’t believe she’s gone. My condolences to her loving family, most especially Sally.

Sylvia Hedin, neighbor

Posted at 04:08pm
With heartfelt condolences,
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