April 12, 1955 – September 28, 2022
Gil (Gilbert) M.A. Line peacefully passed away on September 28, 2022 at the age of 67.
Gil started with Uhaul Nov 25, 1996 as a MRU were he became very well known in his area. In 2000 Gil moved over to the 357000 Shop in Calgary and became the CVI specialist and lead shop supervisor . After many years of working with the company Gil was loved by many many staff. He became the soul of the shop, upon his passing he was just shy of his 25 year anniversary. Gil was truly loved by all staff and vendors.
He will be lovely missed by his partner of 25 years; Kathaleen Joyce Line, his step daughters Maria & Zoe Bekropoulos, his three children; Cindy, Jonathon and Lydia, his grandchildren; Jessa, Kajun, and Madisen; great grandchild, Evelynn; his parents Gordon and May Line, his brother, Randy Line and his shop family. He will greatly be missed by many,
We are shocked and saddened by this devastating news. Sending our condolences to Gil’s family.
I will miss you my friend. Condolences to Gils family and friends!
Incredibly sad to see this news. Gil could always make me smile, when I think of my years at Uhaul I can hear his little chuckle in my head.
My condolences to Gil’s family.
I’m thinking of every heart he’s touched. I miss him lots. It’s hard to get used to life without Gil right now. I know he wants the best for us all or he wouldn’t have been such a strong supporter. If there was anything he could do to help, he did it. A shoulder to lean on to pass the time, he was good for that. He’d always say to me, I’ll meet you at Timmys in 20 min. Even when I lived 40 min away lol. He brought us food when we were homeless and helped me get a car on the road to contract in construction. I’ve grown successfully because of Gil’s help in the beginning. Everything started at Uhaul cause thats about when we all met over 20 yrs ago. I have life long friends in my life through Gil. It doesn’t get any better than that. I will always remember Gil and one day soon, I will laugh with him again.
Gil was a kind, decent man and was always available to lend a hand when needed. We had many happy times when we were all raising young families. He was a great brother-in-law, and uncle to Penny and Alexis. Sad to say goodbye, Carole and Randy McCulloch