Tammy Renee (Gibson) Cagle, age 49 and a resident of Brooklyn, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019 surrounded by her family at Forrest General Hospital.

She was a member at Sandhill Baptist Church, and a graduate of Forrest County Agricultural High School class of 1987.

To know here was to love her.

Her father: Shirley Wayne Gibson; stepmother: Barbara Gibson; stepfather: Ernie Fairley; and niece: Savannah Gibson, all preceded her in death.

She is survived by her husband of 26 years: Reece "Auby" Cagle of Brooklyn; children: Bryan (Kayla) Cagle of Petal, Brittney (Sam) Abercrombie of Carnes and Brantley Cagle of Brooklyn; three grandsons: Landry Abercrombie, Peyton Cagle and Parker Cagle; two granddaughters: Madison Abercrombie and Presley Abercrombie; her mother: Faye Fairley of Petal; three brothers: Jerry Wayne (Lorrie) Gibson of Wiggins, Chris (Tara) Gibson of Georgia, Kenny Fairley of Petal, and James Smith of Brooklyn; and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Services were held Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Sandhill Baptist Church.

Burial followed in Simons Cemetery.

Moore Funeral Service in Wiggins was in charge of the arrangements.

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