ForeverMissed
Geraldine Brandon-Postell age 71 of Dayton, OH. joined her Heavenly Father on 1-17-2020. She is preceded in death by her father Hervel Brandon Sr., mother Cordelia Cochran-Brandon, (1) sister Frances Morrison, and (1) brother Hervel Brandon Jr. She is survived by her family whom she cherished and loved dearly. Two sons: "Darryl" Judah Ali (Jackie), Devin Postell (Tracey); two daughters: Rhyan Postell and Leah Postell (Dave); Grandchildren: Aliya "Bun" Postell, Brandon Jones, Candace Postell, Shaniqua Postell, Antwan Woods, Zach Thornton, Devin Postell Jr. and Morganne Postell.

"Gerrie" was a caring and thoughtful Granny to all of her grandchildren and great grandchildren who'll miss her greatly. Geraldines' family will be celebrating her homegoing privately. Thank you kindly for honoring their wishes.
Posted by Rhyan Postell on January 17, 2021
Mom, today is the 1yr Anniversary of your Homegoing. Gods' call to join your loved ones whom have gone before you.

Mom I feel your strong spiritual presence within me. As I pray daily, I talk to you & God as a team. To cover this family & all it's loved ones both near & far.

I am comforted in knowing that God chose you on his time.

The time to avoid The Current Evils of this world. The time to be a warrior for his Kingdom.

Mom I must mention that you did'nt care to be called Geraldine, but instead "Gerrie". However, now when I call on you I refer to you as Geraldine. You do not hold that against me & you still get the job done. I find that so funny. Thank you for your continued loyalty.

I LOVE YOU BEST FRIEND. One who knows me like no other.❤

Glory!
Posted by D Ali on January 17, 2021
Genesis 7:10 And it came to pass after seven days, that the waters of the flood were upon the earth.

Exodus 11:13 And the blood shall be to you for a token upon the houses where ye are: and when I see the blood, I will pass over you, and the plague shall not be upon you to destroy you, when I smite the land of Egypt.

Mother it's been one year since you were taken. 366 days later, I feel even more grateful for your life, and relieved at the end of your suffering. As I reflect on the eleven months of "2020" after your passing, I know our power, TMH God of Israel spared you from one more evil judgement of this world. I am reminded of both the end of the Patriarch's generation: seven days before the flood, and the Passover - both meant for true mercy to God's chosen children. Both times the people endured a life of trials as you did, and promised to be rewarded as the saints in the coming kingdom. That makes your life a sign of who we are, and will be in the end. Love you mother.
Posted by D Ali on September 21, 2020
Hey mom, remembering you on the anniversary of your birth with mixed sorrow and joy. Finally able to bring myself to leave a tribute - likely one of many. The small portion of sorry is not for you or I, but for the others left behind in a void by your passing. The greatest achievement of any person is to fill the life of others with something they can't get anywhere else. You did that. I think of you fondly everyday; many times the little memories of my childhood; remembrance of YOUR young adult years; the shows you enjoyed; the foods; the nice treats you decided were appropriate for a three year old, the things you taught me - even the freedom I was allowed, based on the faith you had in me. Rest well mother. Love you forever.
Posted by Rhyan Postell on January 28, 2020
Thank you Tina Shaw , Jesse Keith, & Natasha Rice
for sharing your kind memories of a kind woman, our mother.❤
Posted by Natasha Rice on January 28, 2020
She was so sweet kind lovable I sure will miss her so much we used towatch the stories together laugh together I remember when we had pillow Maitland she used to cook me a banquet chicken and biscuits she was like a mother to me I surely will miss you. Rest in peace beautiful angel
Posted by Rhyan Postell on January 27, 2020
Our mother was a beautiful and classy woman. She had an illuminous spirit that touched hearts.

Mom had been anxiously awaiting for the time to leave her Earthly Vessel behind. She wanted to spread her Glorious Wings and rejoice.

I can hear them now;
Momma and Grandaddy - "Welcome home Geraldine".

Frances ( "Aunt Shultzie") - "What took you so long Sissy? Welcome home".

Uncle Junior- "Hey Baby Sis, welcome home".

Queen, I'm happy for you. You have arrived at your Final Resting Place. We Love You

Glory To God !
Posted by Tina Shaw on January 23, 2020
My condolences to the family I didn't know beautiful Ms.Postell but my brother Jesse Keith did n she loved him and he loves her she was the first person to write my brother when he needed a encouraging word....he sends his condolences to your family as well N Leah he told me to tell his best friend that he loves u n he is praying for your family..

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Posted by Rhyan Postell on January 17, 2021
Mom, today is the 1yr Anniversary of your Homegoing. Gods' call to join your loved ones whom have gone before you.

Mom I feel your strong spiritual presence within me. As I pray daily, I talk to you & God as a team. To cover this family & all it's loved ones both near & far.

I am comforted in knowing that God chose you on his time.

The time to avoid The Current Evils of this world. The time to be a warrior for his Kingdom.

Mom I must mention that you did'nt care to be called Geraldine, but instead "Gerrie". However, now when I call on you I refer to you as Geraldine. You do not hold that against me & you still get the job done. I find that so funny. Thank you for your continued loyalty.

I LOVE YOU BEST FRIEND. One who knows me like no other.❤

Glory!
Posted by D Ali on January 17, 2021
Genesis 7:10 And it came to pass after seven days, that the waters of the flood were upon the earth.

Exodus 11:13 And the blood shall be to you for a token upon the houses where ye are: and when I see the blood, I will pass over you, and the plague shall not be upon you to destroy you, when I smite the land of Egypt.

Mother it's been one year since you were taken. 366 days later, I feel even more grateful for your life, and relieved at the end of your suffering. As I reflect on the eleven months of "2020" after your passing, I know our power, TMH God of Israel spared you from one more evil judgement of this world. I am reminded of both the end of the Patriarch's generation: seven days before the flood, and the Passover - both meant for true mercy to God's chosen children. Both times the people endured a life of trials as you did, and promised to be rewarded as the saints in the coming kingdom. That makes your life a sign of who we are, and will be in the end. Love you mother.
Posted by D Ali on September 21, 2020
Hey mom, remembering you on the anniversary of your birth with mixed sorrow and joy. Finally able to bring myself to leave a tribute - likely one of many. The small portion of sorry is not for you or I, but for the others left behind in a void by your passing. The greatest achievement of any person is to fill the life of others with something they can't get anywhere else. You did that. I think of you fondly everyday; many times the little memories of my childhood; remembrance of YOUR young adult years; the shows you enjoyed; the foods; the nice treats you decided were appropriate for a three year old, the things you taught me - even the freedom I was allowed, based on the faith you had in me. Rest well mother. Love you forever.
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