Jeanette Trussell Gulledge

Jeanette Trussell Gulledge, age 78, went home to be with our Lord on Saturday, September 05, 2020 surrounded by her family. Her services will be held in the chapel of Charter Funeral Home on Thursday, September 10, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. Visitation will be held one hour prior to service time. Burial Committal will follow in the Alabama National Cemetery.

Jeanette is preceded in death by her loving husband of 50 years, Loyd Gulledge, Jr.; daughter, Rita Gulledge Cole. She is survived by her children, Kenneth Gulledge, Terry Gulledge, Bruce Gulledge, Tim Gulledge, Chad Gulledge, and Jennifer Gulledge; daughter-in-laws, Kelly Gulledge, and Debra Gulledge; son-in-law, John W. Cole; 14 grandchildren, Shane, Keith, Brad, Blair Asbury (Mark), Brent, and Rylie Gulledge, Nathan, Dylan, and Karlie Garrett, Ashleigh Brown (Dwayne), Jonathan Cole, Tasha Clark (Shannon), Michelle Riddley (John), and Alexis Williams (Alex); 19 great-grandchildren, Miriam, Naomi, Seth, Cana and Titus Clark, Sky and Tori Riddley, Christopher Williams, Madden Cosper and Corbin Pruitt, Bryson and Peyton Garrett, Rowan and Lucian Asbury, Emma, Elyssa, Cole, and Audrey Brown, and Lila Kate Gulledge.


  1. Lisa on September 8, 2020 at 7:39 pm

    To all my cousins. I love you all and I’m sorry for your pain. Aunt Nett was always so sweet and had a heart twice as big as she was. I’m positive she’s found Uncle Sugarman and they are dancing in Heaven. I send each of you my love and prayers.

  2. Debra Trussell Williams on September 9, 2020 at 12:17 pm

    This was one of the most beautiful sisters that I had the joy of having, Strong Sweet with a beautiful soul and I will miss her greatly growing up there were 6 of us girls and I was the runt and we had 3 brothers we were all so very close before our mama went to Heaven,,, But one thing we always had was a great Love for each other so no matter where we were if we needed each other we would have been there . So I would like to say to this Beautiful lady I love you always and forever and you were so very good to me when we talked you understood me and for that I Thank You and I will miss you greatly forever your sister Debra Jean because this is what you always called me . God Bless each and every member of her sweet family and be with them in this time of sorrow . Love your aunt Debbie