Ted Smith

On the weekend on Nov 5 and 6, 2016, friends and family of Gayle Quin gathered to say goodbye at 3 very different, unique celebrations.  Her magnificent spirit watched over us as we sang cannabis carols and told stories of her.  For those she touched the pain of her loss is only tempered by the outpouring of love being being shared amongst those left behind.

Many people who loved and admired Gayle were not able to attend the events this weekend.  While picture and videos cannot replace being there, we have gathered together as many as possible so others can see and hear some of what we did to celebrate her life.  We cannot keep her alive on this earth but we can keep her alive forever with our stories and pictures.

I would like to send one final thank you to all of those who have supported us during the last few years.  Many friends and strangers donated medicine and money to my love, something that truly helped her stay alive longer and suffer less.  The feeling of love I have felt for her and from others has been almost overwhelming at times but without the constant support of my friends I certainly would have fallen apart a long time ago.

Rest in peace my love Gayle Quin.