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Gale Dyson

Obituary of Gale Celeste Dyson

Gale Celeste Dyson, the second child of three children born to the late Charles Adrian Dyson, Sr. and Shirley Ellen Brooks Snowden. She received her education in the Baltimore County Public School System, graduating from Parkville Senior High School. After graduating from Parkville, she began her working career at Rite-Aid, Emissions Station, Pepsi-Cola of fourteen years, and then embarked on her new journey as a correctional officer in Jessup, MD and then decided to start her career with Baltimore County alone with working part time at the deli in ShopRite market where she gained many, many close friends. Gale was a very zealous woman along with what she's accomplished. In life she loved shopping by herself, with her mother, her girls and by herself again. Gale loved to shop, and she really loved to try new foods, boy can she snack, she loved to eat good food. Although, when she wasn't doing those things, she also loved DIY crafts. Anything you wanted she could make it, many of the women in our family are wearing waist beads she made! Gale was a jack of many trades. She also could fix anything; it was like her brain was universal manual. Gale is the woman called at any time and she showed up for you, even if you broke her good sleep. She'll get you and tell you, you messed up her good sleep; but she got your back always! Gale is the woman you can tell your heart and secrets to, and she loved you regardless. Not an ounce of selfishness or judgement in her heart, once Gale loves you that's it! Once Gale Celeste Dyson hugged you and/or said, "I love you baby!" You had her heart FOREVER!! Gale was a hugger; she knew what the world needed and she was just that; the love the world needs. Her faith in God was so high, she really believed in letting go, just like how the butterflies fly. And within the moment she knew her battle with gallbladder cancer, she said have tunnel vision…. we got this. She fought with grace and optimism the entire fight. Gale's fight wasn't very long, but she fought the best she could to live and even when the fight seemed to get tough, she still fought. She wanted to live longer like many of us want to, but when God called her and told her it was time to come home, she was ready to be our butterfly forever. The Lord called Gale home January 20, 2024, after surviving 58 years on the Lord's battlefield. She was preceded in death by her brother Sean Adrian Dyson, Sr. Her celebration of life will be remembered by her loving mother Shirley Snowden; her loving daughters, Morgan DuBose (Eric DuBose, Jr.) and Tar'Ja Wych; along with loving brothers, Charles Adrian Dyson, Jr., Kevin McIntosh, Darren Snowden; loving aunts, Terry Chase, Barbara Spencer, Connie Hayes, and Shelia Daniels; one uncle, Darryle Brooks, Sr; her nieces, Valerie, Sade, Chermaine, Cayla, and Autumn; nephews, Antonio, Sean Jr., and Dawion; a host of great nieces and nephews. She leaves to mourn four special friends, Robert Eaton, Gina Sochas, Tina Briggs and Donna LoProto; a host of adoptive daughters, Victoria, Morgan, Tania, Nic'Keria, Bionca, Shannon, Gerayna, Shanell, Amanda, and Jasmine; adoptive, son Salem; and many more.
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Memorial Service

3:00 pm
Sunday, February 4, 2024
Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services
4905 York Road
Baltimore, Maryland, United States