Danny Dean Chambers obit

Danny Dean Chambers, age 62, of Franklin, Tennessee went to be with his Lord and Savior, Sept. 23, 2020.  Born in Long Beach, California. He began traveling at 10 days old. His parents were missionaries and shared the word of God through music.  His father published over 5,000 songs in his lifetime to several re-nown Gospel artists.  Danny spent his life pursuing and leading others into the presence of God.  When he was three years old he recorded his first album with his father. He started playing the drums at age nine and started a band at age 15.  Like a modern-day David, he was a man after God’s own heart.  Danny, Jill and their children moved to Nashville in 1997 to establish The Oasis Church. 
He considered himself a “Hope Giver” and changed the atmosphere of worship in Nashville. Danny’s ministry took him all over the world and he had a global impact on worship leaders and pastors.  
He was a prolific songwriter, like his dad, and wrote worship music, Carrying the Call to multi-generations. He recorded over 20 albums, including working with Integrity Hosanna music. His music allowed the listener to enter the very thrown of God.  

Preceded in death by his father, Arley Noah “Bud” Chambers.  Survived by his wife, Jill Bohannan Chambers; his sons, Christopher Dean (Nicole) Chambers and Daniel Isaac (Kiersten) Chambers; his daughters, Melody Cherie’ (Akil) Thompson, Sydni Danielle (Colby) Simons and Destiny Jewel Chambers; grandchildren, Tyra Milan, London Cherie’ and Cayman Cortez Ali Thompson, Abigail Grace, Madeleine Rose and Ezekiel Lion Chambers and Charlotte Brielle Simons; mother, Beverly Darlene Chambers; father and mother-in-law, Sid and Jacquie Bohannan; sister and brother-in-law, Melissa and Ken Lockett; nephews, Kendal and Kaid Lockett.  
A private family graveside will be conducted at Christ Church Memory Gardens.  A Celebration of Life will be conducted 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 5, 2020 at Church of the Highlands, Grants Mill Campus, 4700 Highlands Way, Birmingham, AL  35210.   

Danny Chambers memorial fund can be found here  

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