Even with all of Gale Rendon’s hobbies, she somehow found time to receive an Associate of Arts degree in music from Blinn College and to attend Texas A&M after that. As office manager, Gale expertly performs all the activities necessary to ensure the office runs smoothly and efficiently. In her spare time, she plays the piano, enjoys gardening, genealogy and sewing, but most importantly, she is owner of Remember Me Bear, a ministry to help others through the grieving process by creating keepsake teddy bears to commemorate loved ones. Gale lives in North Richland Hills with her husband Ruben, son Eric, two German Shepherds, and two tabby cats.
What did you want to be when you grew up? Miss America
You’re a new addition to the crayon box, what color would you be and why? Bright purple – if I should melt, I could either turn red (hot) or blue (cold)
If a movie was produced about your life, who would play you, and why? My maternal grandmother. She was a wonderful, creative Czech woman loved by her community and known for her seamstress skills.
Do you believe in Big Foot? Yes
What songs best describe your work ethic? The soundtrack to Cowboys and Aliens and Beethovans Symphony 7, Opus 92
What superpower would you give to your best friend? Endurance
Pick two celebrities to be your parents. The Cosbys
How would you describe your design style? Creative
How old were you when you got your first job and what was it? I was 18 and I worked in the Burleson County Farm Bureau office.
What three words would colleagues use to describe you? Creative, Honest, Compassionate