OBITUARY

Gabriel E. Pinder

April 26, 2000June 28, 2019
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Gabriel E. Pinder, 19, was born in Beaumont, Texas on April 26, 2000, to Ed and Jill Pinder. He passed away in Willis, Texas on June 28, 2019. Gabe worked at Popeyes and Loves, he absolutely loved video games and recently participated in a video game marathon that helped raise money for MD Anderson cancer center. He was a member of Covenant Church and loved his church family, he was also very active in the youth group. Gabe is survived by his parents, Edward and Jill Pinder; sisters, Aja Pinder and Amber Pinder; brother, Bo Pinder; as well as his nieces and nephews. Visitation will be at Cashner Funeral Home in Conroe, Texas, on Saturday, July 6, 2019, from 1:00pm to 2:00pm with the funeral service beginning at 2:00pm.

  • FAMILY

  • Jill Pinder, Mother
  • Edward Pinder, Father
  • Aja Pinder, Sister
  • Amber Pinder, Sister
  • Bo Pinder, Brother
  • Numerous nieces, nephews and a host of friends also survive.

Services

  • Visitation Viewing Saturday, July 6, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, July 6, 2019

Memories

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Kortni Tapia

July 4, 2019

Gabriel was the first person I hired, when I became general manager of the Popeyes in Willis. . Gabriel worked with us for almost 2 years. He was such a kind hearted person . Always nice to talk to. When my nephew was in the hospital at 6 weeks old, ready to have surgery to remove one of his kidneys due to a tumor, he prayed for him every day. He was always asking me how he was and hoping for the best. I appreciated the concern and how much he cared. Gabe made you laugh with his jokes, and although he hated that we had to have him wear a hairnet, he joked with us about it. The Popeyes family sends our prayers and condolences to the family as well as my family sends their condolences. We miss you Gabriel!! Fly high Kid , we will always remember you!!!!

Lauren Baker

July 4, 2019

What a truly amazing person Gab was. Me and Gab had almost a class every year together. Gab was such an amazing person and could bring out a smile in anybody and you could talk to him about pretty much anything. Gab was such an intelligent person in any subject and would help me a lot in geometry. We became so close this pass year and it hurts to see him gone, but the passion for the Lord that Gabriel had, I know he’s in the arms of Jesus. It’s horrible that you’re gone Gab , we will love you and miss you so much.

Gavin Lancon

July 3, 2019

When I first transferred from Magnolia to Willis in 8th grade, I met Gabe in my tech apps class. I didn't talk to anybody and I kept to myself as best as possible at first until his authentic personality burst through my antisocial bubble. I would create art on MS paint, and he would always have something uplifting to say about it. People who aren't afraid to reach out in this world are a dime a dozen, and it's heart crushing to see Gabe go like this. Wherever he may be now, he'll always be with me.

Lance Boles

July 3, 2019

Gabriel and I played football together in the 7th grade. We both weren’t very good so we ended up on C team. We quickly became friends and I remember when he first started his YouTube channel, I would always like comment and support. My favorite memories with him were the nights I would spend watching his stream online. He was truly a kind hearted and funny guy. He may not have been the most popular, but he was my friend. He has helped me tremendously in my life by encouraging me and pushing me to be the best I could be. I will never forget our funny conversations and hours spent gaming. May he Rest In Peace.

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