What a wonderful man of God! Also, such a wonderful Uncle. He and Aunt Carrie are the epitome of what a Godly marriage should strive to be. I'll miss you Uncle Phil, but you are now living the promise of no more tears, and no more pain, among so many more promises. I celebrate your life and the impact it made on so many seeking God's truth! Well done... Well done.
Our deepest sympathy to The Family & Friends of Mr. Philip Jerome Gore. I and my father-in-law Michael Huntley used to work for him when he lived in Childersburg. He will be missed. May God give you all strength & comfort during this difficult time. We will keep you all in our thoughts & prayers.
What a precious couple. Carrie we are so sorry for your loss. Hearts are broke but it won't be long before we will all see Bro. Phil again in that beautiful land and sky on the throne with our God.
You both are such a loving Christian couple! Such good people.
We remember all the times you and Bro. Phil could go with us to several revivals which was so awesome to have you both there with us!
Also our times when we would nestle together, our fellowship at church or Jack's and tell a funny Christian story or joke, we all had so much laughter, but we also all have our precious memories and those are and will be cherished. Carrie, at any time day or night we are here for you! If in need or just want to talk, call us anytime, we dearly ❤️ love you and Bro. Phil so much!!!
Joey and Sherry Truitt
Quattlebaum’s was founded in 1930 by Robert B. Quattlebaum on Roanoke’s West Point Street. Relocated to Maple Drive, Quattlebaum Funeral Home was just across from Knight Sanatorium for many years. In 1953, a new building was constructed on College Street – where the funeral home is today.
Quattlebaum Funeral Home
319 College Street Roanoke, Alabama 36274 Phone (334) 863-4141