Phillis GAMBLE

Phillis Gamble, beloved daughter, wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away at the age of [insert age] on [insert date]. She was preceded in death by her brothers Donald and Billy, her grandparents Richard and Josephine Gardner, and her Uncle Francis Gardner. Phillis is survived by her parents Ed and Jen Knaga, her husband Tom Gamble, her daughter Lynette (Mark) Kent, and her son Blake (Angela) Gamble. She will be deeply missed by her cherished grandchildren Wyatt, Indyana, Gunnar, Adam, Asher, Alison, and Harper, who lovingly knew her as “Nana.”

During her youth, Phillis attended Cayley school and was actively involved in the local meadow bank 4H club and various rodeo events. Her warm heart, quick wit, and infectious smile endeared her to others, forging friendships that lasted a lifetime. She graduated from Senator Riley High School in 1980, and throughout her life, she continued to touch the lives of those around her.

On July 16, 1994, Phillis married the love of her life, Tom Gamble, and together they built a ranch in the Meadowbank community. They embraced a vibrant cowboy lifestyle while raising their two children. Phillis never hesitated to support her children, providing unwavering encouragement in all their endeavors. As her family grew, Phillis effortlessly transitioned from a dedicated mother to a doting Nana, overflowing with immense love.

Phillis will forever be remembered as an unconditional friend and a pillar in her community. She left an indelible mark on the western world and will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Phyllis’s honor to the High River District Health Care Foundation/High River Hospital Emergency Department or the Alberta Children’s Hospital. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, August 12, 2023, at 2:00 p.m. in the Meadow Bank Community Hall.

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