Gerri Danette Hope © Family 10-28-2017 Submitted by: Glenn
Gerri Danette Hope was born on February 28, 1956 in Sacramento, California. She was the daughter of Albert Gerald (Jerry) Hope and Beulah Ray (Boots) Hope.
Gerri lived most of her life in the Sacramento, California metropolitan area. After high school, she studied at Sacramento State College. She was employed as a telecommunications specialist for several different employers, including Sacramento Savings and the State of California.
Because of various health issues, particularly vertigo, she retired early from the telecommunications field and lived on disability pensions from the state and Social Security. The last six years of her life, she lived in Branson, Missouri, where she suffered from complications from cardiac arrhythmia. Gerri entered into rest on September 30, 2017 at her home in Branson at the age of 61.
Throughout her life, she was a passionate animal lover and shared her final days with her white Pekinese, Cloe. Gerri was a born – again Christian and knew the love of Jesus every day.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her uncle Larry Bane of Sacramento, California and her grandparents Ross and Glessie Bane of Nash, Oklahoma.
She is survived by two brothers, Patrick (Rusty) Hope and his wife Wendy of Eagle River, Alaska and Michael Hope and his wife Valerie of Littleton, Colorado. Gerri's three aunts are Johnnie Webster, Mickie Rivers, and great aunt Kathleen Wayman. Her two nieces are Elizabeth Whiteneck and Bethany Hope. Her two nephews are Michael Hope and Daniel Hope. And lots of loving cousins.
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