Mother Gloria Elizabeth Trammell Griffea

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Mother Gloria Elizabeth Trammell Griffea, 96, passed away on May 19, 2021. Gloria was born on May 13, 1925 in Talladega, AL to Zeke and Lizzie Trammell.

Mother Griffea was a member of Maddox Memorial Temple COGIC, where she received the baptism of the Holy Ghost under the leadership of the late Pastor Louis G. Maddox. She also attended church and served with her late husband and pastor of Jesus of Nazareth Church of God in Church of God in Christ. She attended Talladega City Schools and for many years worked at Mansfield City Schools as well as Fusco Cleaners. She is preceeded in death by her parents and husband, Elder Givan Griffea and ten siblings. Gloria is survived by her daughters Rev. Theresa Rembert and Rayvonne (William Jr.) Brown; grandchildren, Dante Rembert, Terrance Rembert, Michael Griffea and Gwen Brown; 4 great grandchildren; special niece and caregiver Annette Favers Trammell; god children, Debbie Jackson, Timothy Feagin of Mansfield ,Dr. Louis Smith of Tracy, CA and a host of other special nieces, nephews, other family and friends.

Visitation 10:00am and Home Going Service 11:00am Friday, May 28, 2021 at Maddox Memorial COGIC 1148 Walker Lake Rd. Pastor Aaron Williams Jr., Officiant. Interment at Mansfield Memorial Park. Ministry of Comfort entrusted to MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE MANSFIELD 753 McPherson St. (formerly Williams Funeral Services). To order flowers and offer condolences to The GRIFFEA Family, visit www.TheChapelofPeace.com.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Pastor Landareece Brown & The Brown Family

    To Rev. Teresa Rembert and family, it is with our deepest sympathy that we extend our heartfelt condolences to you during this difficult time. You are in our hearts and it is our earnest prayer that the presence of God will continue to rest upon you all and give you strength. May the very peace of God that passeth all understanding keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus our Lord today and in the days ahead.

  2. Aunt Elizabeth had a huge influence on my life. She was the last remaining sibling to my grandmother. Always cheerful even during difficult times and made me feel welcome in her home. She will be missed and remembered by the entire family.

  3. Sommonique Davis

    Rayvonne ,Michael, Gwen and the family my deepest condolences to u all u all will be in my prayers i pray that the all mighty God strength u all and give u peice of mind to know that God makes no mistake and that it was her time for him to put her at rest and give her her wing so know that she resting and now so can u all I love u all and will be praying for u alls strength

  4. My aunt Liz will be truly missed, I had the pleasure of living with her for many many years. She and I would always sing one of her favorite songs, ( I Feel Like Going On) please keep our family in your prayers

  5. Brenda Feagin

    Condolence to the Griffea and Trammel family..She was a wonderful woman of God. I’ ve known her.since
    I was 6 yrs.old growing up in the church.. She is gone.but not for gotton.

    Brenda Feagin and Family

  6. Billy Roland Jr

    My condolences to the family I thank the LORD for aunt Liz may the LORD strengthen the family during this time blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted

  7. Condolences to my family especially Teresa and Rayvonne. My “Auntie Liz” loved you dearly. I remember coming over there and her babysitting me when I was just younger as if it were yesterday. One thing for certain she ALWAYS was cooking something good, as that house always smelled good. I will miss her but we know she is in a better place and eating or cooking something unimaginable. I love you cuz and will keep you in prayer.

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