Sometimes, when running errands, taking a walk or just enjoying a rare quiet moment, I find myself overwhelmed with a sense of loss and grief. My beautiful and most precious three year old granddaughter, Chloe earned her wings this past December 10th. Chloe was such a gift to our family, but after suffering a critical seizure that left her in a coma […]
About Gail Grauer
Gail Grauer is the married mother of four and grandmother of eight. Gail retired over 10 years ago after a 25 year career with FedEx in Memphis, TN where she created and managed a department that investigated telemarketing fraud and persons who took advantage of the elderly using FedEx's name and reputation. This dedication to a cause and determination to speak for those who have no voice made her choice to advocate on behalf of young special needs children in Tennessee an easy decision, as it relates to helping to change laws to legalize medical cannabis after the birth of her youngest granddaughter, Chloe.