Gamble Funeral Service

Ask a family we have served… ™



Born in Middletown, Ohio, nearly 83 years old died Friday, October 18th. She was with her family. Our mom, our grandma, and our Bobbi. She was married to her best friend and love of her life for fifty years. They shared all the great gold and grit life has to offer, but above all they shared a love of family that endures still.

She loved the beach, kitty cats, margaritas, coffee, local café’s, and theatre. She enjoyed many laughs and good food with her friends. She traveled to interesting places and met many people. We have so many cherished and joyful memories to hold dear as we bid Aloha……… for a moment. We love you.

Predeceased by her husband Ray and her son Scott.

Living Family
Daughter – Beth Terrell
Granddaughter – Melissa Foune (Mike)
Granddaughter – Bonnie Terrell (Don)
Great-grandchildren – Jacob, Isabel and Savannah Bowles
Brother – Larry Pergram

A private service will be held at a later date.

Online Condolences

  1. Robert King says:

    Beth and family,
    My deepest sympathy during this time of loss. I pray that you all find pease and strength.

  2. Norma Harvey says:

    Dear Beth and family. So sorry for the loss of your mom and grandmother. May the love of family and friends help comfort you and keep you strong. She would want you to live, love and be happy. ((Hugs))

  3. Frank Katz says:

    Dear Beth: please accept my deepest condolences and prayers for strength for you and your family at this difficult time. May your mother’s memory be for a blessing.

  4. Shirley Wilson says:

    I’m so sorry to hear about your family’s loss. I am Shirley Wilson and I was her best friend when we were in high school. I am 83 years old. We lost contact when I got married and moved to TX with my husband, Burl. When I moved back to Middletown, Annette has moved away. Back then it was hard to find people’s whereabouts because we didnt have the internet. My grandaughter looked up Annette’s name on the internet, because shes been on mind and I wanted to know her address so I could write a letter. I sadly heard the bad news of her passing. I’m so happy she had a good life.

Send Condolences