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Gail Rambert

July 25, 2019
Gail Rambert
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Obituary for Gail Rambert

Gail Rambert, 65, died July 25, 2019.

Gail “Momma G” Rambert was born July 31, 1953 in Memphis, TN to the late Allen Cannon, Jr and Ophelia Saunders. She transitioned Thursday July 25, 2019 at the tender age of 65. She was preceded in death by grandson Kingston Nehemiah Taylor; siblings: Frances Ramona Cannon (sister), Herman Cannon (brother), and Elaine Edwards (sister).
She confessed a hope in Christ at an early age at Boston Baptist Church under the leadership of Reverend Oris Mays. She served Christ in a plethora of capacities until her death. Some of which was Community Outreach Ministry in 1994. She was called into the ministry in 1992 and ordained in 1996 under the tutelage of Pastor Henry Rambert of New Era Ministry. She created a youth gospel choir entitled “Perfected Unlimited” which ministered to young people and provided encouragement in their circumstances.
She graduated from Melrose High School in 1971 where she was voted the “Most Wittiest” by her classmates. She continued her higher education at University of California, Los Angeles in the studies of nursing. She later began a career in the Customer Service Industry with FedEx Corporation in which she traveled to multiple states training new employees. She earned various promotions, recognitions and rewards with the FedEx Corporation before retiring after several years. During her early years, she enjoyed volunteering as a Candy Stripe Nurse at local hospitals. She loved Music, Dancing, High Fashion, People and most of all her family. She made the world’s best sweet tea and never missed an opportunity to help others. She was known for being a blessing to the Orange Mound Community (The Belt Line) by providing hands on care for others, by cooking (Foodtown Grocery), assisting with the upkeep of their homes and being the smile they needed with encouraging life changing words. “Momma G”, was funny and always had a big smile on her face. You never knew if she was having a bad day. She was the life of any party. Because of her high energy, spunk and free spirit, her grandchildren loved her and often compared their time with her as being with Peter Pan.
She leaves to cherish her precious memories a devoted daughter D’mitrieav’e N. (Meechie) Mahan (Demetric) of Olive Branch, MS, LaTisha Travers (Christina) of Atlanta, GA (step daughter), two sons Fontaine Taylor (Courtney) of Little Rock, AR, Martell Rambert, Jr (step son); sister Stephanie Lett of Mobile, AL; brothers Edward Cannon of Memphis, TN; Christopher Cannon of Memphis, TN; Stevie Cannon of Fort Smith, AR; Jonathan Hunt of Palmdale, California; five grandchildren: Attorian (Tori) Evans, Christianna Taylor, Emoni Taylor, Amauri Taylor, Parker Fontaine Taylor, and a host of nieces, nephews. Also leaves to cherish her precious memories is her extended, loving and dedicated family Betty Mitchell (William), Nefitete Phelps (Ardrain), including the Mitchell, Webb, Dale, Hamer family, a host of loved ones, relatives, friends, and the Orange Mound Community.

Serenity Funeral Home, tel. (901) 379-0861.

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Visitation

Friday

2

Aug

5:00 PM 8/2/2019 5:00:00 PM - 7:00 PM 8/2/2019 7:00:00 PM
Serenity Funeral Home

1638 Sycamore View Road
Memphis, TN 38134

Serenity Funeral Home
1638 Sycamore View Road Memphis 38134 TN
United States

Service

Saturday

3

Aug

10:00 AM 8/3/2019 10:00:00 AM
Serenity Funeral Home

1638 Sycamore View Road
Memphis, TN 38134

Serenity Funeral Home
1638 Sycamore View Road Memphis 38134 TN
United States

Cemetery Details

Location

Hunt's Memorial Cemetery Final Resting Place

201 Emmith Culberth Ln
Mason, TN 38049

201 Emmith Culberth Ln Mason 38049 TN
United States
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