1976  ~  The Tribute of Life  ~  2022

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A celebration of life memorial service will be held Saturday, February 12, 2022 – 10:00 a.m. at the Goldsboro Worship Center, 900 W. New Hope Rd., Goldsboro, NC.  Senior Pastor Danny Johnson, Officiating.  Evangelist Lorena Saylor, Message of Encouragement. 

Psalms 91:9-11 (Amp)

9) Because you have made the Lord [who is] my refuge, even the Most High, your dwelling place, 10) No evil will befall you, nor will any plague come near your tent. 11) For He will command His angels in regard to you, to protect and defend and guard you in all your ways [of obedience and service].

Ms. Collett Colleen Chambers was born on Monday, November 10, 1976 to Joscelyn Chambers and Hyacinth May Shirley in the Parish of St. Andrews, Jamaica, West Indies.  In her early years, Collett joined her father in the United States where she completed most of her schooling in Miami, Florida. She graduated from Miami Central Sr. High School in 1995. As a young mother, she decided to leave Florida and go to North Carolina where she would live out her days. 


While in North Carolina, Collett decided to further her education and attended the University of Phoenix where she completed her Associates degree in Health Administration and her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services Management. She later futhered her education and received her Masters Degree in Education.


Collett was affectionately known as “CC” to close family and friends. She enjoyed painting, attending to church, going to the beach, writing, and most importantly, spending quality time with her children. She also enjoyed writing, and loved it so much that she wrote and published two books titled, “Omnipresence” and “Omnipresence Intentional”.  Collett was known to be a kind individual and a woman of God.  She motivated and ministered to a vast amount of people throughout her life.


CC, our beloved mother, daughter, sister, and friend made her transition on Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at her home with loved ones at her side. She was preceded in death by her father Joscelyn.


Collett leaves to cherish her precious memories; her children, Adom Branch, Aynia Branch, and Jamarc Spellman; mother; Hyacinth May Shirley; sisters;  brother, Dwayne; along with a multitude of family members and friends who will miss her dearly.



Please continue to keep the Chambers Family in your prayers as they prepare for the celebration of life service for their beloved Ms. Chambers.  May God comfort the family with His Love and Peace during this time.


Please be mindful that the pandemic is still amongst us so we ask that you adhere to the state guidelines and wear a mask and practice social distancing in order to enter the service.  Thank you for your cooperation and understanding during this time.