Gisele U. (Madison) Newble

February 28, 1957 ~ January 28, 2021 (age 63)


“I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help.  My help cometh from the lord, which made heaven and earth.”

                                                                                           Psalm 121:1-2

Gisele Uvonne Madison Newble was born December 28, 1957 to the late Lenora Washington Madison and Matthew Neal Madison in Alexandria, Louisiana.  She departed this earthly life to be with her Lord on January 28, 2021 at 6:14 P.M. In Cornerstone Specialty Hospital Houston Medical Center.  Gisele was preceded in death by her parents, Lenora W. Madison and Matthew N. Madison.

At a young age, Gisele was baptized by the late Rev. Horace C. Allison at Mount Calvary Baptist Church.  She united with the Mount Calvary Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev Horace C. Allison and has served faithfully under the present leadership of Rev. Elmore Garner.  She was a dedicated member of the Inspirational Choir. She was a devoted Sunday School member and she worked with Vacation Bible School. She loved serving the Lord, giving him praise, studying his holy word and teaching others about his goodness and mercy.

 Gisele’s Education began in the Calcasieu Parish School System.  She attended Fairview Elementary School And Oak Park Middle School and graduated from LaGrange High School.  Gisele graduated from Grambling State University in Health and Physical Education with a Minor in special Education and a Master’s in Sports Administration.

Gisele was an Educator in the Calcasieu Parish School Board and South West Charter School.  She was a Special Education Teacher and Extended Day Director.  She worked for the City of Lake Charles Food and Recreation.

Gisele’s Social and Community affiliations were:

Lake Charles Chapter Zeta Phi Beta Sorority

Member since                                                                                                                         

Zeta Phi Beta Women of the Year

National Association of University Women


Gisele’s life displayed that of a loving, dedicated, and steadfast Sister, Aunt, Cousin and Friend.  Her love and compassion touched the lives of everyone she came in contact with.  Her devotion, diligence and determination were shown in everything she did.

Gisele leaves to cherish her memories a Husband, David Newble and two Sisters Wanda M. Brown-Reder of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Yvette Renee Madison of Alexandria, Louisiana; one brother, Derrick Madison of Alexandria, Louisiana; two nephews/Godchildren, Kenneth S. Brown and Jerard K. Brown both of Lake Charles, Louisiana and 1 niece/Godchild, Tia D. Reder of Lake Charles, Louisiana and a host of Aunts, Uncles, nieces, nephews  and cousins and other relatives, Church family and friends who loved her dearly.

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Graveside Service
February 6, 2021

11:00 AM
Perkins Cemetery
1100 St. John Bosco Street
Westlake, LA 70669

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