Joseph Rembert, Jr., 08-29-1973 to 03-03-2015
This online memorial was created in loving memory of Joseph Rembert, Jr., whose life story is told throughout this memorial website. Please sign Joseph's guest book and let us know you came to visit. We will remember Joseph forever.
Expressions of Gratitude
Please accept my heartfelt words of gratitude and thanks for your sympathy and support demonstrated upon the passing of my husband, Joseph Rembert, Jr. Please continue to keep my family covered in prayer as we undergo the process of grief. I pray in return that you experience great health, blessings and ever-increasing faith in The Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Truly, Rebecca Money Rembert
In Loving Memory of Elder Joseph Rembert, Jr.
Aug. 28, 1973 to March 03, 2015
“. . . Absent from the body . . . and . . .
Present with the Lord” – II Cor. 5
Joseph and Me
Elder Joseph Rembert, Jr., a resident of Troy, Alabama, passed away March 3, 2015. Born August 29, 1973, in Mobile, Alabama, Joseph was the eldest son of Bishop Joseph Rembert, Sr. and Mrs. Bernadine Rembert, of Montgomery, AL.
At a young age and before the Church body, Joseph accepted Christ and committed to a life of Christian service. He was ordained as a minister January 23, 2010, and as an Elder in the ministry in 2014, at his church of membership, New Life Christian Center, in Montgomery, AL. In his career life, he worked mainly in the auto parts industry, and upon graduation from Selma High School, in Selma, AL, he became a certified welder.
Joseph was preceded in death by his two grandfathers, his maternal grandmother, and his daughter, Christian Catrina Rembert. He leaves to cherish his loving memory his devoted wife, Rebecca Money Rembert, of Troy; his son, Joseph Rembert III/“Lil’ Joe”; his father, Bishop Joseph Rembert, Sr.; his mother, Mrs. Bernadine Rembert; his sister, Dana Fulton (Bryan); and his brother, Christopher Rembert; all of Montgomery; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Kathleen Rembert, of Mobile, AL; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and dear friends.