Justin Leon Gamble of Higginsville, Missouri, tragically ended his life at the young age of 21. Justin was born on March 5, 1999, in Kansas City, Kansas.
Justin would like everyone to know he received a call he could not refuse for an appointment from which he would not return. The assignment comes with a huge signon bonus and a reunion with his Grandma Wanda. Justin is where he wanted to be.
Justin will always be remembered for his wonderful smile, goofy attitude and his hair that was never out of place. Justin could go through hell and back and still look flawless, not a hair out of place. He was caring, considerate, compassionate and never met a stranger. He was a wonderful brother. Dustin was his heart and soul, and he just wanted Dustin to better his life. He helped everyone. He mowed lawns and cleaned lawns free of charge.
Justin loved being outside, loved working on cars with his mom, Kathy. He loved his brothers and his niece, Skylar. Justin absolutely loved riding around listening to old country while we sang. He loved taking pictures with his family and friends. His favorite was garage sales and thrift stores, bringing something new home every day. He loved his animals Titus and Harley.
Justin was popular with the girls. His three best were Anna, Americus and Alice. He was never married and attended Richmond High School.
Justin was survived by his moms, Crystal and Kathy Verdier Gamble; Austin and Hope Gamble; Dustin Gamble; Twyla Schwartz; Elisa Auckly and Rosanna Evans; numerous cousins; and too many friends to count; as well as his pets Titus and Harley.
He was preceded in death by his Grandma Wanda, Francis Leon Gamble Sr., Debbie Howe, Helen Hall, Claude Verdier and Sheryl Hall.