Genell Faye Odom

On Nov. 13,1986, a baby girl was born to Alice Odom and Gene Raven, whom they named Genell Faye Odom. Genell grew up in Rosenberg Texas, where she attended elementary school @ Taylor Ray and went on to attend high school @ B.F. Terry, she confused Christ in 2002 @ Fisher of Men in Houston, Texas. Genell was a loving mother of four children, on Sept. 22, 2020 she gained her wings. Preceding her in death were : her father Gene Raven; her brother , Wynell Odom; two sisters, Angela Bowman and Sandy Griffin; her grandmother and grandfather Margaret Sullivan-Odom and Leon Odom; Her aunt Diane Sullivan ; her uncle Leonard Odom ; and two cousins Antonio Sullivan and Jac’Quez. Odom

Genell leaves to cherish her memories, her mother, Alice Odom; her four kids; ,Lei’A Walton, Ronald Coffman jr, Bre’Niya Coffman. Ja’Caden Odom; her three brothers, Johnate Odom, Eric Strickland, Thaddeus Raven; her two sisters Makisha Raven-Davis ( Zach) and Selma Harris; her three uncles Henry Odom ( Phyllis); John Odom, and Dante Odom; her five aunts; Julie Hitchens ( Joseph), Barbara Odom, Carrie Smith ( Charles), Ella Randle ( Tommy) and Adele Johnson; many cousins , Angie, Mike, Shardaye, Shandrea and many more; her lifelong, best friend/sister Shavandria Lindsey and many others.

To share memories of Genell please visit our website at www.hernandezfuneralhome.com.

Arrangements are under the direction of Hernandez Funeral Home 800 Fourth Street in Rosenberg.

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