Jan 29, 2003
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Copyright 2003, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.<BR><BR>By Roger Lyle<BR><BR>Gailyn Williams, 55, wife of Lamar and mother of Brandon, owners of American Motorcycle Institute, AMI, in Daytona Beach Florida, died Tuesday at Halifax Medical Center of breast cancer.<BR><BR>Gailyn and her husband Lamar operated the American Motorcycle Institute for motorcycle technicians. Their son Brandon is now running the day-to-day operations at AMI. The Williams family opens the AMI shops up for motorcycle racers to work on their machines while in Daytona for Bike Week and the Race of Champions in the fall.<BR><BR>AMI also provides its best students to cornerwork at the Daytona International Speedway. AMI and the Williams family have been involved in the motorcycle industry for 30 years and have produced some fine mechanics from all over the world. They have gone above and beyond the call to welcome all motorcyclists and enthusiasts to Daytona Beach. <BR><BR>Memorial donations may be made to the House of Prayer, 5231 S. Nova Road, Port Orange, FL 32127. <BR><BR>Rest In Peace, Sister Gailyn.<BR><BR><BR><BR>