Dans de bons souvenirs: les nécrologies de la semaine 21 février 2021
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Dans de bons souvenirs: les nécrologies de la semaine 21 février 2021 – Sapin de Noel en Bois


Dans de bons souvenirs: les nécrologies de la semaine 21 février 2021

Dans de bons souvenirs: les nécrologies 15.-21. Février 2021

ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News)

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Avis de décès de Rickey Ward

Le mercredi 17 février 2021, le mari et père bien-aimé Rickey Ward est décédé à l’âge de 65 ans après une longue bataille. Ses restes sont incinérés et aucun service n’est actuellement prévu.

Rickey est né le 12 mai 1955 à Little Rock, AR de James Earnest Ward et Shirley Whitney. Il était un vétéran de l’armée américaine et un électricien et un technicien d’entretien à la retraite. Rickey appréciait les grands espaces, la plupart du temps assis autour du feu de camp, jouant aux fers à cheval, pêchant ou se détendant dans la piscine.

Carré fleuriLe 13 novembre 1981, il épousa sa femme Pamela Sue Grayson Ward. Ils ont passé 39 ans ensemble et ont élevé trois enfants, un fils: Rickey Lee Ward, Jr., une fille: Amber Nicole Walker Ward et une belle-fille: Brandy Michelle Waterman Walton. Rickey laisse également dans le deuil son fils Brandon Lee Ward et 4 petits-enfants.

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Maison funéraire du comté de Robertson, responsable de l’organisation.

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Avis de décès de Darlene Prium Griede

Darlene Prium Griede, 75 ans, de Springfield, est décédée le vendredi 19 février 2021 à Morningside, Springfield.

Les services commémoratifs auront lieu à midi le lundi 1er mars dans la chapelle Oakhurst de la maison funéraire du comté de Robertson, sous la direction du confrère Martin Babb. L’inurnition suivra à 14 heures. au cimetière national de Madison. La famille sera accueillie au salon funéraire le lundi de 10h00 jusqu’au service.

Mme Griede est née le 28 janvier 1946 à Chicago, IL de feu John et Hilda Vansyle Prium. Elle était femme au foyer et membre de la Springfield Baptist Church. Mme Griede aimait faire du scrapbooking, lire, en particulier les études bibliques chrétiennes, et passer du temps avec sa famille. En plus de ses parents, elle a été conduite à sa mort par son mari, Harry James Griede Jr., et ses frères, Henry et Hardy Prium.

Carré fleuriMme Griede laisse dans le deuil son fils et sa belle-fille: Michael et Carrie «C.J.» Griede de Springfield, de ses sœurs: Joanna Schultz de Phoenix, AZ et Grace Debore de Ft. Lauderdale, FL, et son filleul: Robin Hunter de Demoine, IL.

Si vous le souhaitez, des dons peuvent être faits au refuge pour animaux du comté de Robertson et envoyés au salon funéraire du comté de Robertson.

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Maison funéraire du comté de Robertson, responsable de l’organisation.

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Nécrologie de Taylor Macrafic

Taylor Patience Macrafic, 26 ans, de Joelton, Tennessee, est décédée le 21 février 2021.

Les services funéraires auront lieu le vendredi 26 février à 19 h 00 au salon funéraire Austin & Bell à Pleasant View. Pasteur Rick Roberts de l’église luthérienne St. John’s et Fr. John Richardson a officié de l’église baptiste du mont Hermon. Les funérailles auront lieu le samedi 27 février à 11h00 à l’EverRest de Cheatham. Trevor Williams, Asa Williams, Travis Peterson, Alec Williams, Houston Hudspeth et BJ Macrafic agissent en tant que porteurs.

Il n’y aura pas de visionnage le samedi précédant les funérailles.

La famille accueille les amis au salon funéraire de 16 h 00 à 19 h 00 le vendredi 26 février.

Taylor est né le 21 juillet 1994 à Tomah, Wisconsin, de Sammy Jo (Winston Vaughn) et JW Williams. C’était une chrétienne qui a consacré sa vie à servir les autres en tant qu’ami et esthéticienne bien-aimée chez Terra Medspa à Pleasant View. Elle avait un sourire inoubliable et contagieux. Taylor était une personne formidable et une amie pour tous ceux qu’elle rencontrait. Elle avait une présence incomparable. Elle était une coiffeuse fière et avait la capacité de montrer à chacun sa vraie beauté, à l’intérieur comme à l’extérieur.

Votre grand-père Manuel Macrafic précède la mort. Grand-oncle Dan Peterson; et arrière-grand-père Papa John.

En plus de leurs parents, leurs frères Trevor (Lana) Williams, Asa Williams et leur fille Jade et Alec « Cowboy » Williams survivent. Arrière-grand-mère Eileen Macrafic; Grands-mères, Sandy Jo et Patty; Tante Mandy et Mark Brockman et leurs enfants Jonathan Hendrickson, Kylie et Makenna Brockman, tante Chris Peterson et enfants Travis et Heather Peterson, l’oncle BJ Macrafic et l’enfant Evan Macrafic, l’oncle Mike Macrafic et les enfants Kayla Macrafic (Nathan « Tater » Whitehead) et Danielle Mills; Grands-parents, Nana et Papa, grand-mère Sandi, Tara et Chris Heintz, Erin Radcliffe; Les Krupa Boys et amis spéciaux, Ashley, Mattie, Matt, Bec, Maryann, Grady, Samantha, Carré fleuriDalton et une foule d’autres amis aimants; et son enfant à fourrure spéciale, Oakley.

Si vous le souhaitez, des dons commémoratifs peuvent être faits à la mère de Taylor, Sammy Jo Williams, pour une future bourse de cosmétologie à sa mémoire.

La maison funéraire Austin & Bell à Pleasant View est responsable de ces arrangements. 6316 Highway 41A, Pleasant View, Tennessee 37146

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Nécrologie de Robert E. Ellis

Robert Elder Ellis, 78 ans, de Greenbrier, est décédé le dimanche 21 février 2021 au NorthCrest Medical Center.

Les services funéraires auront lieu dans la chapelle de la maison funéraire Austin & Bell Greenbrier à midi jeudi. Le frère Ralph Carter officiera. La famille recevra des amis au salon funéraire le mercredi 24 février et à 10 h jusqu’au culte du jeudi au salon funéraire de 16 h à 20 h. Les funérailles auront lieu au Springfield Memorial Gardens.

Il est né le 6 septembre 1942 à Cedar Hill, Tennessee, de feu George C. et Maude Agnes Ogg Ellis. Il a également été précédé dans la mort par sa femme, Melba Rhea Moulton Ellis; Frères, Hershel Ellis, Ray Ellis; Sœur Dot Justice et gendre Mickey Petty.
Il aimait beaucoup sa famille et aimait le bowling, le basket-ball et le baseball. Il est diplômé de Coopertown High School en 1961, où il a joué dans l’équipe de basket-ball.

Carré fleuriIl laisse dans le deuil des enfants, Scott Ellis de Greenbrier, Shelia Petty de Goodlettsville, Mike (Tonia) Ellis de Greenbrier; Sœur Leona Ayers de Greenbrier; Petits-enfants, Whitney Nowik, Daniel Ellis, Ashley Biggs, Cameron Ellis, Cason Ellis et 7 arrière-petits-enfants.

La maison funéraire Austin & Bell de Greenbrier, TN est responsable de ces arrangements.

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Nécrologie de Norris Dean Day

L’homme de 68 ans de Cottontown, TN, anciennement Michigan, est décédé le dimanche 21 février 2021 au domicile de sa fille. Il est né le 26 novembre 1952 à Detroit, MI, de Anthony Ira et Doris Keeney Day. Avant de prendre sa retraite, il a travaillé comme directeur de la maintenance pour Taylor Door.

Il était un golfeur passionné et aimait écouter de la musique rock classique et passer du temps avec sa famille et ses amis. Il aimait également assister au festival annuel de l’AMC et était également devenu un amateur de musique country. Il est précédé dans la mort par ses parents.

Il laisse dans le deuil sa fille Katrina (Rick) Doty Jr., Cottontown, TN; Frère, Lenny (Marilyn) Day, Auburn Hills, MI; Sœurs, Diane (Jim) Schmitt, West Branch, MI et; Beaucoup de nièces, neveux, arrière-nièces et arrière-neveux survivent également.

Carré fleuriLa famille accueille les invités à la Maison funéraire Buresh le jeudi 25 février 2021 de 17 h à 20 h et de 10 h au culte le vendredi 26 février 2021 à 11 h. Les services funéraires seront dirigés par la maison funéraire Buresch-Bennett 101 East Harrison Street Prescott, MI 48756 Les funérailles auront lieu au Clayton Township Cemetery à Sterling, MI. Ceci est suivi d’un déjeuner à Clayton Township Hall.

Arrangements confiés à la maison funéraire Austin & Bell 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188

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Arrangements pour Wayne Dickerson

Wayne Donnell Dickerson est né le 4 juin 1953 de feu Robert et Rowen Dickerson. Le dimanche 14 février 2021, Notre Seigneur et Sauveur a jugé approprié que Wayne se repose.

Wayne a accepté le Christ sur la montagne à un jeune âge. Église baptiste missionnaire d’Olive. Il était actuellement membre de Temple Church à Nashville, Tennessee. Il aimait vraiment bien prêcher et bien chanter.
Il a fait ses études dans le système scolaire du comté de Robertson et est diplômé de la Springfield High School avec la classe de 1971. Il a poursuivi ses études en fréquentant la Tennessee State University à Nashville, Tennessee.

Wayne a travaillé pour la Tennessee Housing Development Agency pendant plus de trente ans en tant que spécialiste des investissements dans l’État de Nashville, dans le Tennessee.

Wayne était affectueusement surnommé «Donnie» par sa famille et ses amis. C’était un fils, un frère, un oncle très aimant, attentionné et dévoué (où il était à la fois un père et un grand-père). Il était aimé et manquera à beaucoup.

En plus de ses parents, ses frères A.D., Robert (Bobby) et Darrell (Butch) Dickerson meurent avant lui; et sa nièce, Mia Shaw.

Wayne va préserver ses souvenirs: sœur et beau-frère aimants et dévoués Mary Sue et Timothy Martin; des neveux et nièces aimants et dévoués, Kelvin et LaKisha Dickerson; Alonna et Kelvin, Jr.; Nièces, Carmen (Robert) Sikora, Carol Lynn (Terrence) Payne et Vondra (Damien) Smith; Neveu Jeffery Dickerson; Grandes nièces, Natasha Dickerson et Damaria Smith; Arrière-neveux, Darius Hyde, Andrecus Dickerson, Calvin et Calvonta Shaw, et Damarion Smith; une variété d’autres nièces et neveux; Belles-sœurs, Shirley Dickerson et Martha Dickerson; amis aimants et spéciaux, Virginia Matthews, Tereasa Taylor, Cheryl Roberts, Brenda Austin, Elaine Woodard, Kemekis Reshon, Deborah Luter, Gloria Johnson, Connell Garrett, Jeff Easton, Silas Gardner et Herbert Barbee.

Carré fleuriLes services ont été visités publiquement le dimanche 21 février 2021 au salon funéraire W. D. Crowder avec des services sur la tombe du Restlawn Memorial Garden avec le pasteur Darrell Drumwright, officiant et louant. Les funérailles ont eu lieu dans le Restlawn Memorial Garden.

Gardez la famille Dickerson dans vos prières.

Arrangements confiés à la Maison funéraire W. D. Crowder

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Arrangements pour Maria « Reasha » Taylor Pacheco

Le 13 février 2021, Dieu a appelé l’un de ses anges chez lui, Maria Shonsha Taylor Pacheco. Maria est née le 21 juillet 1970 de Vera Leavell Taylor et de feu John E. Taylor dans le comté de Robertson au Tennessee.
Elle a fréquenté les écoles du comté de Robertson avec la classe de 1988. Mary a professé l’espoir en Christ dès son plus jeune âge dans l’Église de Dieu et a ensuite rejoint la Community Baptist Church.

En 1992, Mary a été unie dans un saint mariage avec Jose B. Pacheco, et un bel enfant est né, Alexcz V. Pacheco Turnley de cette union. Maria «Resha» aimait le Seigneur et était un membre fidèle de l’Église qui a siégé au Conseil d’Usher. Resha « était une combattante et n’a pas laissé sa maladie ou quoi que ce soit la décourager. » Resha « , bébé, plus de douleur, de jours fatigués ou de nuits blanches, bébé, c’est fini. Reposez-vous.

Elle a également adoré travailler avec le B.S.W. et l’hôpital pour enfants de Springfield. Elle venait de démarrer sa nouvelle entreprise, c’était quelque chose dans laquelle elle avait mis tout son cœur.

Son père, John E. Taylor, était mort avant elle; Grands-parents, Elizabeth Farmer, George Leavell, Sr., Jesse Farmer, Gladys Taylor et L. C. Taylor.

Maria part garder ses précieux souvenirs: sa fille aimante et dévouée Alexcz (Mantavious, Sr.) Turnley; sa mère aimante et dévouée, Vera Taylor; une belle-fille, Samira Pacheco de Springfield, TN; deux beaux-fils, Marco et Jose Copeland du Texas; Petits-enfants en deux étapes, Mantavious, Jr. et Montavious Turnley; trois tantes, Mary Darden, Lillie Taylor de Springfield, TN, Jeanette Leavell de Madison, TN; un oncle Bobby R. Darden de Springfield, TN; deux cousins ​​dévoués qui ont grandi comme des sœurs, Tracie et Jackie Leavell; Resha a aidé à élever ses cousins, l’Okatavian « Tay Tay » Moss, qui lui manquera vraiment, et Sierra Savage, qui a aidé à les élever. « Resha » avait beaucoup de cousins ​​qui étaient très gentils et dévoués à elle. Ils étaient là quand elle en avait besoin. Nous ne pouvons pas laisser de côté son deuxième enfant, elle était une grande partie de la vie de « Resha », Coco Chanel; deux amis très spéciaux, Tara Lewis et James Flood, et beaucoup d’autres amis dévoués.

Carré fleuriLe visionnement et le visionnement ont eu lieu le samedi 20 février 2021, suivis par des funérailles familiales privées à la maison funéraire W.D. Crowder; Les funérailles ont eu lieu au Restlawn Memorial Garden avec la louange et le bureau du révérend Jimmy Townsend.

Gardez les familles Pacheco et Taylor dans vos prières.

Arrangements confiés à la Maison funéraire W. D. Crowder

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Avis de décès de Joy Gregory

Linda Joy Gregory, 62 ans, de Hendersonville, est décédée le 20 février 2021.

Elle laisse dans le deuil Steve, son mari de 39 ans; deux filles, Emily Wicke (Andy) et Ellen Smithmier (Kenny); quatre petits-enfants, Eden Wicke, Everett Wicke, Elm Wicke et Hunt Smithmier; deux sœurs, Robbie Millsaps (Bryant) et June Lunn (Gary); sept nièces, Stacy Eubank, Kari Powell, Melissa Baker, Becky Chastain, Sarah Tarpley, Harper Lunn et Hadley Lunn; deux neveux, Jesse Lunn et Tanner Lunn; et sa belle-mère Shirley Dorsey. Ses parents, Robert et Jo Dorsey, précèdent sa mort.

Joy, l’enfant du milieu de trois filles, est né à Aiken, en Caroline du Sud et a grandi à Nashville, Tennessee. Elle a fréquenté les écoles publiques de Nashville et est diplômée de la Stratford High School. Elle a fréquenté la Middle Tennessee State University et le Southeastern College à Springfield, MO. Elle a épousé Steve et ils se sont installés à Hendersonville, TN. Elle était un membre actif de l’Église communautaire de Hendersonville. Joy dirigeait une entreprise de design d’intérieur, mais voyait ses rôles les plus importants en tant que mère et grand-mère.

Bien que ses parents ne le savaient pas à l’époque, ils lui ont donné un nom qui la décrivait parfaitement – «Joy». Elle était la quintessence de son nom. Avec sa présence, elle illuminerait une pièce et apporterait de la «joie» à ceux qu’elle rencontrait. Pour eux, il faut profiter de la vie. Par-dessus tout, Joy était une femme qui aimait et faisait confiance au Seigneur. Elle donnait l’exemple, donnait sans considération et aimait sans condition.

Carré fleuriLa famille apprécie avec gratitude toutes les expressions d’amour et de gentillesse qui ont été faites au cours des derniers mois.

Un service commémoratif immédiat n’est pas prévu. La famille organisera une célébration de la vie à la mémoire de Joy à une date ultérieure. Au lieu de fleurs, des dons peuvent être faits à Tennessee Oncology ou Alive Hospice online ou Alive Hospice

Arrangements funéraires de la maison funéraire Austin & Bell, 104 Sanders Ferry Rd., Hendersonville, TN 37075

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Nécrologie de Jason Dietsch

Jason Allen Dietsch, 45 ans, de Old Hickory, Tennessee, est décédé à son domicile le 18 février 2021.

Les services funéraires auront lieu le mercredi 24 février à 13 h à la maison funéraire Austin & Bell à Pleasant View, sous la direction de l’aîné Terry Hall. Les restes de Jason seront incinérés après le service.

La famille sera accueillie au salon funéraire avec des amis le mardi 23 février de 16 h à 19 h et le mercredi de 11 h à 13 h en service.

Jason est né le 25 septembre 1975 à Omaha, Nebraska, de Debbie Fields Silva et de feu Rick Dietsch. Il était mécanicien pour les services de véhicules d’urgence à Nashville et un vétéran de l’armée américaine. Il a également reçu le Purple Heart Award. C’était un grand mécanicien, amusant, aimant et aimant les quatre roues. Il adorait cuisiner, camper et surtout aider les gens.

Outre son père, son beau-père Roy Dwight Spivey décède avant lui.

En plus de sa mère, sa femme Jennifer lui a survécu Carré fleuriDietsch; Son Kolton Dietsch; La belle-mère Susan Dietsch; Les frères Eric (Jennie) Dietsch, Danny Dietsch, Quenten Vanderford; Sœur Mandy Vanderford; tantes et oncles aimants: et belle-mère à Patricia Spivey.

Des dons commémoratifs peuvent être faits au Cheatham County Veterans Memorial, P.O. Boîte 52, Ashland City, TN. 37015

La maison funéraire Austin & Bell à Pleasant View est responsable de ces arrangements. 6316 Highway 41A, Pleasant View, Tennessee 37146

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Nécrologie de Kathryn Miles-Anderton

Kathryn Miles-Anderton, 78 ans, est décédée paisiblement le matin du 18 février 2021, entourée d’une famille chez elle à l’extérieur de Goodlettesville, TN. Elle est née Kathryn Lynn Pickens le 2 avril 1942 à Tulsa, Oklahoma, de parents William E. Pickens et Loretta Higgins Pickens, puis a vécu au Texas, Illinois, Missouri, Arizona, Pennsylvanie, Californie, Hawaï et Géorgie et a voyagé avec son mari Gerald au cours de sa carrière d’ingénieur en mécanique.

Kathryn était une artiste de toujours. À partir du moment où un professeur d’art à l’école primaire lui a dit qu’elle avait du talent, elle s’est efforcée de créer des arts visuels. En tant que jeune mère, Kathryn a suivi des cours à l’East Central College et à l’Université du Missouri avant d’obtenir un BFA de l’Arizona State University en 1987. Après avoir obtenu son diplôme, elle a changé son nom en Kathryn Miles-Anderton et a combiné les noms de jeune fille de ses deux grands-mères. Au cours des 20 années suivantes, elle a créé des centaines d’œuvres d’art et développé son propre style abstrait, se concentrant souvent sur des thèmes de religion et de nature. Elle a perfectionné une méthode unique utilisant de la peinture acrylique et des techniques mixtes, incorporant des éléments fréquemment trouvés qui reflétaient ses voyages et sa vie quotidienne.

Kathryn savait comment rendre les expériences et les environnements beaux autour d’elle, et elle était généreuse de son temps et de ses ressources. Fêtes d’anniversaire; Vacances; Promotions: Kathryn planifierait et décorerait parfaitement. Elle a créé des œuvres d’art sur mesure pour les maisons et les bureaux de ses familles immédiates et élargies. Elle s’est montrée en train de peindre et de décorer, et a fourni l’art qu’elle a créé spécifiquement pour l’espace. C’était une grand-mère patiente et aimante, prête à passer des heures interminables à construire des tours Lego, se faisant passer pour des dinosaures et dessinant des doigts malgré les dommages causés à son tapis.

Kathryn a été précédée de mort par ses parents Loretta et William Pickens, son mari de 50 ans, Gerald Elroy McClendon, et son frère Andrew Jackson Pickens. Elle laisse dans le deuil sa soeur Anna Laura Pickens McClendon (Dale), les enfants Carol McClendon Casteel (Mel), Paul Gerald McClendon (Tracy) et Mary McClendon Mumford (David) et sept petits-enfants: Isaiah Casteel, Haley Casteel, Katie Casteel, Noah McClendon , Eli McClendon, Anna Mumford et Isaac Mumford. Elle laisse également dans le deuil sa nièce Laura Ann McClendon et son neveu Mark Andrew Jackson Pickens McClendon.

Carré fleuriAu lieu de fleurs, des dons peuvent être faits au Larry Pogue Scholarship Fund pour les artistes en herbe de l’East Central College.

Veuillez envoyer les chèques à la East Central College Foundation, 1964 Prairie Dell Road, PO Box 387, Union, MO 63084, et écrire «Kathryn Miles Anderton» sur la ligne mémo ou faire un cadeau en ligne et inclure dans les commentaires que le cadeau a été reçu En souvenir de Kathryn Miles-Anderton.

Arrangements confiés à Austin & Bell Funeral Home

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Nécrologie de Mary Swaffer

Mary Lynn Carney Swaffer, 80 ans, de Clarksville, Tennessee, est décédée paisiblement à Signature Health Care le mercredi 17 février 2021.

Les services funéraires débuteront le mardi 23 février à 13 h à la maison funéraire Austin & Bell à Pleasant View, sous la direction du Dr. Kathy Gaines a joué. Les funérailles ont lieu dans le cimetière de Mallory avec Billy Pentecost, Ray Gates, Larry Rediker, Richard Gillingham, Ann Swaffer et Rachel Willhite comme porteurs.

La famille recevra des amis au salon funéraire le lundi 22 février de 15 h à 19 h et le mardi de 12 h aux heures de travail à 13 h.

Mary est née le 9 novembre 1940 à Pleasant View, Tennessee, de Phineas et Mabel Head Carney. Elle laisse dans le deuil son mari de 60 ans, William « Bill » Swaffer, et trois enfants, Gary, Ann et Mark. deux petites-filles, Abbie et Ellie. Elle laisse également dans le deuil son frère Jerry Carney et est tuée par sa sœur Vera McNabb.

Mary est diplômée de la Cheatham County Central High School en 1958. Elle a épousé Bill en 1960 et a vécu à la fois au Tennessee et au Texas pendant cette période. Elle était une épouse et une mère dévouée, attentionnée et aimante, aimée de sa famille et de ses amis. Mary a eu une carrière remarquable de 25 ans dans l’État du Tennessee, où elle a pris sa retraite en tant que directrice des finances à la Cour suprême du Tennessee. Elle a aidé d’innombrables personnes à trouver un emploi dans l’État pendant son mandat et a sans aucun doute résolu de nombreux problèmes mondiaux avec ses chauffeurs de covoiturage pendant cette période alors qu’ils se rendaient à Nashville et en revenaient.

Dès l’âge de 4 ans, Mary était un membre actif de l’Église Méthodiste Unie de Mallory. Elle a été impliquée dans toutes les facettes de l’Église au cours de sa vie, surtout après son retour au Tennessee en 1974. Elle croyait fermement à faire ce qui est bien et ce qui est bien. être Carré fleuriAimable et aidez les autres; préfère donner plutôt que recevoir. Elle était si solidaire, encourageante et édifiante pour tous ceux qu’elle connaissait. Sa lumière était très brillante et elle manquera beaucoup à sa famille et à ses amis.

Des dons commémoratifs peuvent être faits au Mallory’s Cemetery Fund, 4776 Old Clarksville Pike, Clarksville, Tennessee 37043, sur demande.

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La maison funéraire Austin & Bell à Pleasant View est responsable de ces arrangements. 6316 Highway 41A, Pleasant View, Tennessee 37146

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Avis de décès de Phillip E. Haley

Phillip Earl Haley, 69 ans, de Greenbrier, est décédé le 16 février 2021 au Skyline Medical Center.

Les services funéraires ont eu lieu le samedi 20 février à 18 h à la maison funéraire Austin & Bell Greenbrier. La famille a reçu des amis au salon funéraire de 14 h à 18 h samedi.

Un service commémoratif aura lieu le mercredi 24 février 2021 à 13 h 00 à la Maison funéraire Haskel & Morrison, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, IN 47043. En raison du COVID-19, des masques sont nécessaires en plus de la distanciation sociale. Les amis peuvent appeler la maison funéraire Haskel & Morrison au 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, IN 47043 de 11 h 00 à 13 h 00 le mercredi 24 février 2021.

Phillip est né le 16 avril 1951 à Cedar Hill, TN. Il était le 10e enfant de Sharecroppers, feu Robert Lester et Emma Lou (Jackson) Haley. Elle a également été précédée par la mort du petit frère Lester Haley Jr., du frère Robert Henry Haley; Sœurs, Emma Laura Haley, Frances Balance et nièces Pansy Bledsoe et Stephanie Riddle.

Phillip était un fier diplômé de Adairville High School à Adairville, KY en 1969. Grandissant dans une ferme, il a appris la valeur du travail acharné, qui comprenait tout, de la traite des vaches à la tonte des cours quand il était enfant. Phillip est diplômé de la Bowling Green Vocational School avec un diplôme en génie électrique. Il était compagnon et détient une licence de maîtrise en électricité dans l’État de KY.

Lorsque Phillip est devenu membre de l’Église baptiste missionnaire de Bethléem à Goodlettsville, on pourrait dire qu’il est devenu l’homme d’entretien non officiel. Grâce à Phillip, l’église est illuminée comme un sapin de Noël. Il a ajouté un nouvel éclairage dans toute l’église. Il a installé des caméras de surveillance et un éclairage LED sur la croix au centre de l’église. Il était également l’homme de maintenance bien-aimé de sa belle-sœur Harriet et Alice Faye à IN, ainsi que de son amie bien-aimée Martha Moore.

Phillip a pris sa retraite de Tyson Foods à Goodlettsville, TN, le 1er août 2020, où il était ingénieur électricien pendant 17 ans avant de devenir responsable de la maintenance pour BathFitter à Madison, TN. Il a travaillé chez All American Homes à Springfield, TN. Il a également travaillé pour Knight Electric de Russellville, KY, et Kendall Corporation de Bowling Green, KY.

Pendant qu’il était à Kendall, il a construit une machine qu’il ne pouvait pas se rendre au travail. Il travaillait toujours dans son sommeil, alors il demandait à sa femme de noter les réponses et le lendemain, il termina le projet et vendit les droits à Kendall pour 1 500,00 $. En 1969, il a également construit une lampe serpent dans la classe de magasin. Avant son temps, il était un inventeur et souhaitait seulement avoir un brevet sur la lumière du serpent.

Phillip et Patty adoraient pêcher, surtout après avoir acheté leur bateau ponton. Ils ont passé autant de temps que possible sur l’eau dans le parc national du lac Malone près de Dunmore, KY avec son frère Jerry et sa femme Peggy. Ils ont également emmené leurs petits-enfants, qui pêchaient autant que possible, pour leur apprendre à attraper la marigane, même s’il passait la plupart de son temps à réparer leurs cannes.

Il laisse dans le deuil l’amour de sa vie, Patty Edwards Haley, qu’il a épousée le 24 mai 2003 au Barren River State Park à Glasgow, KY. Enfants, Phillip Bruce (Deanna Engler Johnson) Haley d’Auburn, KY, Christina (Bobby Douglas) Blake d’Auburn, KY, Steven (Michelle) Shuler d’Exeter, Californie, David (janvier) Shuler de Franklin, KY, Daniel (Krissa Ennis ) de Seymour, IN; 24 Carré fleuriPetits-enfants et 5 arrière-petits-enfants; Sœurs, Betty Sheldon de Springfield, TN, Martha Jane White de Springfield, TN; Barbara Hyams de Russellville, KY; Gracie Hyde de Greenbrier, TN; Frères Ernest Haley d’Oakville, KY; Jerry Haley de Russellville, KY; Beau-frère et belle-soeur Jimmy et Linda Riddle de Goodlettsville, TN, et de nombreux neveux et nièces.

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Avis de décès de Rex Allen McMurtry

Greenbrier, 63 ans, est décédé le mardi 16 février 2021 au Skyline Medical Center. Il est né le 15 octobre 1957 à Nashville, TN, de Ross & Blanche Swift McMurtry.

Il a travaillé dans l’industrie de la construction. M. McMurtry aimait la pêche, le jardinage, la conduite et la construction de motos.

Il est précédé dans la mort par ses parents; Il laisse dans le deuil sa compagne et amie Pam Finks; plusieurs cousins. Aucun service ou visite n’est actuellement prévu.

Arrangements confiés à la maison funéraire Austin & Bell 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188

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Nécrologie de Lauren Ashley Reid

La 31e année de la Maison Blanche est décédée le lundi 15 février 2021 à son domicile. Elle est née le 23 août 1989 à Nashville, TN, de Douglas Scott et Paige Workman Reid. Elle est diplômée du lycée de la Maison Blanche en 2007. Elle a ensuite fréquenté le Nashville College of Medical Careers, où elle a appris le codage médical. Elle aimait les tatouages ​​et les chats et travaillait dans la vente.

Sa mère, Paige Jolynn Workman, précède sa mort Carré fleuriReid; Grand-père paternel, James Reid; Grands-parents maternels, Charlie et Linda Clemens. Elle laisse dans le deuil son père Douglas Reid; Sœur Kristen Reid; Grand-mère paternelle, Sherold Reid, entièrement à la Maison Blanche, TN.

Un service funèbre et une cérémonie sont prévus le dimanche 7 mars 2021 à 14 h au cimetière Hillcrest. Le révérend Bob Snodgrass officiera. Aucun visionnement public n’est prévu.

Arrangements confiés à la maison funéraire Austin & Bell 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188

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Avis de décès de Kimberly Kay Alliss

Springfield, 58 ans, est décédée à son domicile le mardi 16 février 2021. Elle est née le 8 septembre 1962 à Brook, Indiana, de Willie Robert et Martha Kay Brown Sisney. Elle a travaillé comme formatrice pour le centre de distribution de Lowe. Sie war ein begeisterter NASCAR-Fan, genoss Geschichte und Museen und ging gerne „Junking“, um Antiquitäten zu sammeln.

Ihre Eltern gehen dem Tod voraus. Schwester Erna Woodby. Sie wird von ihrer Tochter Terri (Jason) Rich, Omaha, NE, überlebt. Schwester Michele Danford, Raub, IN; 3 Enkelkinder, Braden, Kaylee und Cameron.

BlumenquadratDie Trauerfeier ist für Mittwoch, den 24. Februar 2021 um 14 Uhr in der Kapelle des Austin & Bell Funeral Home im Weißen Haus mit Bro geplant. Kris Freeman amtiert. Die Beerdigung erfolgt in den White House Memorial Gardens mit Familie und Freunden als Sargträger. Die Besichtigung ist für Mittwoch, den 24. Februar 2021, 10 Uhr bis zur Stunde des Gottesdienstes im Bestattungsinstitut geplant.

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Nachruf auf Catherine Price Foster

Das 79-jährige Cottontown verstarb am Montag, den 15. Februar 2021 im Sumner Regional Medical Center. Sie wurde am 1. Januar 1942 in Charleston, WV, als Tochter von Millard und Dollie Mae Guthrie Price geboren. Sie arbeitete als Hausfrau und war Mitglied der Trinity Fellowship Church.

Sie wurde im Tod von ihren Eltern vorangegangen; Ehemann Donald Ray Foster; Sohn Michael R. Foster; 2 Schwestern. Sie wird von ihren Söhnen Vincent Foster, Hermitage, TN und Rex Allen Foster, Cottontown, TN, überlebt. Tochter, Dollie J. Yeager, Biloxi, MS; Schwestern Ruth Ann, Lorraine und Darlena; 6 Enkelkinder; 10 Urenkel.

BlumenquadratDie Trauerfeier ist für Dienstag, den 23. Februar 2021 um 18 Uhr in der Kapelle des Bestattungsunternehmens Austin & Bell im Weißen Haus mit Bro geplant. Jeff Lamberth amtiert. Die Inurnition wird zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt in den White House Memorial Gardens geplant. Die Besichtigung ist für Dienstag, 23. Februar 2021, 15 bis 18 Uhr im Bestattungsinstitut geplant.

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Nachruf auf George Rinehart Jr.

George Leonard Rinehart Jr., „Big George“, 76 Jahre alt, aus Pleasant View, Tennessee, starb am Montag, 15. Februar 2021 im TriStar Centennial Medical Center in Ashland City.

Die Trauerfeiern werden am Montag, den 22. Februar, um 11:00 Uhr im Austin & Funeral Home in Pleasant View mit Bro durchgeführt. Dwayne James und Bro. Cecil Boswell amtiert. Die Beerdigung erfolgt auf dem Friedhof der Friendship Free Will Baptist Church mit Len Rinehart, Joe Rinehart, Roger Darding, Jeremy Perry, Stephen Reed, Justin Yates, Jeff Yates, Walt Haynes und Troy Simpkins als Sargträger. Ehrenträger sind Abby Sho, Bobby Lamb, Dale Hall, Tommy Langley, Darold Teague, Randy Stewart, Leon Newman, Dwight Newman, Tildon Perry, Jr. Larry Simpkins, Wayne Sisk und seine gesamte Jet-Ski-Familie und Freunde im ganzen Land.

The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Sunday from 2:00PM until 6:00PM and again on Monday from 9:00AM until the hour of service at 11:00AM.

Mr. Rinehart was born on November 20, 1944 in Cleveland, Ohio to the late George Leonard, Sr. and Margaret Campbell Rinehart. He was a retired over the road truck driver with over 4,000,000 safe miles driven, finishing his career at State Industries. He was an avid jet ski enthusiast and his most prized possession was his grandchildren. George was a member of Friendship Free Will Baptist Church.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by nieces Brittany & Megan Newman and brother-in-laws, Mitchell & Stevie Newman, and Johnny Whitworth.

floral squareSurvivors include his wife of 53 years, Elaine Rinehart; sons, Len (Liesa) Rinehart and Joe Rinehart; sister, Kay Rinehart; grandchildren, Faith, Hope, Knox Rinehart & their mother, Joy Rinehart; many loving nieces & nephews, cousins, extended family, and his nationwide jet ski family.

If so desired, memorial contributions may be made to Children’s Miracle Network, or Pleasant View Christian School, 160 Hicks Edgen Rd, Pleasant View, Tn 37146

Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Pleasant View is in charge of these arrangements. 6316 Highway 41A, Pleasant View, Tennessee 37146

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Obituary for Charles Robert “Chuck” Douglas

Charles Robert “Chuck” Douglas, 73, of Greenbrier, passed away on Sunday February 14, 2021 at his home.

His remains were cremated, and no services are scheduled at this time.

Mr. Douglas was born October 22, 1947 in Oil City, PA to the late Robert L. and Betty Gaddess Douglas. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, having served in Vietnam. Mr. Douglas was a retired hotel manager for Holiday Inn. In 2005, he was awarded the Best Holiday Inn Torch Bearer Award and was also recognized for being the 9th Best Holiday Inn worldwide. In his spare time, Mr. Douglas enjoyed golfing.

floral squareIn addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister: Candy Douglas. Mr. Douglas is survived by his wife: Jacqui Wolf Douglas of Greenbrier, by his sons: Kirk Robert Douglas of Greenbrier and Brandon Wolf of Murfreesboro, by his daughters: Karie Ann Douglas of Rowlett, TX and Kendra Douglas of Greenbirer, by his brother: Gary J. Douglas of Garwin, Iowa, and by his 2 grandchildren: Orion Wolf and Phoenix Nunn.

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Obituary for Sherry Black

Sherry Black, 60, of Springfield, passed from this life on Saturday February 13, 2021 at the home of her sister in Springfield.

Graveside Entombment services were conducted Saturday February 20, 2021 at 12 noon in the Springfield Memorial Gardens Mausoleum with Brother Patrick Nix, Tim Harris, and Chris Read officiating. Pallbearers were Timothy Black, Bud Johnson, Robert Alan Holman, Shane Toole, Aaron Nix, Chris Read, and Jeff Benton. Honorary pallbearers were the men of the Hope Center in Springfield. There was no visitation prior to the service.

Sherry was born August 20, 1960 in Springfield to the late L.B. and Elizabeth Jo Vanderpool Black. She was a graduate of Jo Byrns High School Class of 1978. She owned and operated Sherry’s Florist for over 39 years in Springfield. She was a member and past president of CTPA (Certified Tennessee Professional Florist). She was a member of Flewellyn Baptist Church, where she taught Sunday school and worked in Women’s Missions and with the Senior Adult’s. Sherry was a dedicated contributor to the Hope Center in Springfield, that has been a mission outreach ministry of Flewellyn Baptist Church. She loved traveling, her animals and pets, and spending time with her family enjoying their many culinary dining out experiences and places of travel together. Flowers were Sherry’s passion, and the love that she had for her family, customers, and many friends was always expressed in the wonderful designs and creations she did at her flower shop. Sherry not only wanted you to see the beauty of the flowers, but to also feel the warmth that they brought to your life and to the lives of others. Whether it was a fresh vase, pall, spray, basket, or one of her many unique wedding designs, Sherry wanted each design to live in your minds, hearts, and thoughts forever.

floral squareIn addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her beloved dog and child: Willie. Sherry is survived by her sister and brother-in-law: Pam and Bud Johnson of Springfield, by her brother and sister-in-law: Timothy and Peggy Black of Springfield, by her niece: Nikki Reid of Springfield, by her personal friend: Benjamin Clarkson, and by many cousins and friends.

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Obituary for Mildred Webb Burnette

Mildred Webb Burnette, 93, of Greenbrier, passed from this life into the presence of her Lord on Saturday February 13, 2021 at the home of her daughter in Greenbrier.

A private family graveside service will be conducted Tuesday February 23rd in the Springfield Memorial Gardens with Pastor Jon Briggs officiating.

Mildred Webb Burnette was born in Algood, TN on September 17, 1927 to Morris Brewer Webb and Ethel Lee Rittenberry Webb. She and her family moved to West Nashville in 1934. She loved to reminisce about her time spent roller skating around the city and at the Hippodrome Roller Rink, playing in Centennial Park, helping in her mother’s downtown diner, “The Little Hut,” and working for Kress Five & Dime on 5th Avenue North in Nashville. She attended Tarbox School and was a graduate of Cohn High School. She took courses in Advanced Problems in databased programming at Volunteer State with her son in her later years. She married William Joseph “Bunny” Burnette June 26, 1948. They had three children and shared a wonderful life together on their farm in Greenbrier until he passed away in 1991.

Mildred happily served her church, Calvary Assembly of God formerly Donelson Assembly of God for almost 50 years as secretary and treasurer. She was inspired by Shirley Temple and loved to tap dance! Up into her early nineties, she was known to do a little tap dance at the drop of a hat.

Known affectionately by many as “Nanny Girl”, Mildred had quite a fan club on Facebook in her last 3 years. She was loved by more people than she knew and was the light of her family.

She is survived by a son, William Joseph (Joe) Burnette, Jr. and wife, Lynn (Greenbrier, TN), two daughters, Teresa Ann Melin and husband, Robert (Madison, TN), and Susan Renee Green and husband, Ricky (Greenbrier, TN), Four grandchildren, William Joseph (Trey) Burnette III and wife, Amy, Tyler Burnette and wife, Stefanie, Shelby Andal and husband, Tyler and Michael Green, and wife, Erin, six great-grandchildren, Drew Burnette, Erin Burnette, Connor Andal, Claire Andal, Fallon Green, and Lizzie Burnette. She is survived by two brothers, J. Wallace Webb (Cookeville, TN), and Morris Webb Jr. (Ridgetop, TN). She is also survived by sisters-in-law, Mary Green Webb, Jane Wilson Burnette, and Madean Wilson Burnette, and by many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

floral squareShe was preceded in death by her mother, Ethel Lee Rittenberry Webb Lewis, her father Morris Brewer Webb, and her husband, William Joseph “Bunny” Burnette, Sr.

Please no flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to Highland Chapel Union Church Memorial Fund, PO Box 382, Ridgetop, TN 37152, or to the Alzheimer’s Association, or to your favorite charity in memory of “Nanny Girl”.

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Obituary for Barbara Saucedo

Barbara Jean Saucedo, age 80 of Pleasant View, Tennessee, died Sunday, February 14, 2021 at Skyline Medical Center in Nashville.

Funeral services were conducted at Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Pleasant View at 3:00PM on Saturday, February 20th with Pastor Brad Shockley officiating. Family and friends served as pallbearers. Burial will be in Joelton Hills Memory Gardens at 3:00PM on Monday, February 22nd.

The family received friends at the funeral home on Saturday from 12:00PM until the hour of service at 3:00PM.

Mrs. Saucedo was born on February 7, 1941 to the late James and Janet Frew Adair. She was a homemaker and a loving mother, grandmother, and friend to all. She was a jokester and thought she was a comedian, and also loved the beach and ocean. She was a member of Pleasant View First Baptist Church.

In addition to her parents she is preceded in death by her brother, Jimmy Adair; and her sister, Diane Phillips.

floral squareShe is survived by her husband, Edward Saucedo; sons, Edward Carmen (Vanessa) Saucedo, and Benjamin Gabriel (Debra) Saucedo; daughters, Cynthia (Lane) Graham, Teresa (Martin) Wilcox, and Valerie Velez; sisters, Joanne Policella, and Carol (Stanley) Davis; grandchildren, Natasha (Italo) Maddaloni, Jarod (Kathy) Saucedo, Megan (fiancee′ Tyler) Velez, Austin Wilcox, Jacob (Megan) Saucedo, Robin Velez, Zachary Wilcox, and Mason Velez; and great-grandchildren, Jamieson Edwards, Leo Moon, Kai Moon, and Elle Saucedo.

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Obituary for John I. Bourne Jr.

John I. Bourne, Jr., age 85, of Adams, passed away Sunday, February 14, 2021 at NorthCrest Medical Center in Springfield.

Funeral services were held Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 1pm in the chapel of the Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield with Brother Issac Bourne and Brother Tyler Estep officiating. Burial followed in the Bellwood Cemetery with Daniel Sholar, Neil Bourne, Paul Sholar, Kyle Greene, Vince Shepard, Donald Hobgood, Matt Greene, John Gillian and Timmy Head serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers were nieces & nephews, and honorary kids & honorary grandkids.

Visitation was held at the funeral home on Friday, February 19, 2021 from 2-6pm and again on Saturday from 11am until the hour of service at 1pm.

Mr. Bourne was born March 3, 1935 in Adams, TN to the late John and Lois McNeil Bourne, Sr. He was a farmer and member of the Center Point Baptist Church where he was the Music Director for many years. Before attending Center Point Baptist Church he was a Deacon and Music Director at Tiny Town Baptist Church for several years. He served as Robertson County Commissioner, Director of the Farm Credit Board, Board member and President of Planters Grain and Board member of Elmhurst Nursing Home. Mr. Bourne loved to sing and was a member of the The Messengers Quartet for 15 years and was a member of the Woodard Brothers Quartet for 10 years.

In addition to his parents, Mr. Bourne is preceded in death by his wife of 22 years, Ruth Smith Bourne; sisters, Margaret Downing and Jean Poor; brothers, Donald Bourne, Wayne Bourne and Buford Bourne; son-in-law, Vernon Woodard; and granddaughter, Candice Carter.

Mr. Bourne is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, John “Buddy” and Gayle Bourne of Cedar Hill; daughters and sons-in-floral squarelaw, Diane and Jeff Shepard of Adams, Susie and Keith Sholar of Adams and Elaine Woodard of Springfield; 15 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren.

If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Adams Fishermen’s Club. Any donations may be sent in c/o Austin & Bell.

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Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home 509 Walnut Street Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Charles Van Liew

Charles Robert Van Liew, age 30, of Westmoreland, TN, passed away Saturday, February 13, 2021.

Funeral services were held Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 6pm in the chapel of the Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield with Brother Randy Riggs officiating. Following the service Mr. Van Liew’s remains were cremated.

Visitation was held at the funeral home on Friday, February 19, 2021 from 4-8pm and again on Saturday from 4pm until the hour of service at 6pm.

Mr. Van Liew was born May 3, 1990 in Dallas, TX to Sharon Green Caroland of Adams. He worked for Keene Landscaping.

floral squareMr. Van Liew is preceded in death by his grandparents, Russell and Dorothy Green. In addition to his mother he is survived by his step-father, Kenny Caroland of Adams; brother, Timothy Lewis Eschbach of Shelbyville; sisters, Vanessa Kaylan Van Liew of Shelbyville, Victoria Marie Eschbach of Georgetown, KY and Grace Caroland of Adams; nephews, Noah, Ashton, Elijah, Alex, Lucas, Knox, Bryson and Ares; and nieces, Aaliyah, Chloe and Kora.

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Obituary for Lynn Hargis Moody

Lynn Travis Hargis, Lynn Hargis Moody, 1947-2021

College High School Graduation Photo 1966.
Nickname in High School “Bat”.

“You may only see her reflection now as it clings to dew drops that sparkle and tremble in the early morning sun and you may see torn areas in the webs of spiders where she’s adorned her wings with gossamer.” Dr. Rev. Henry Clay Morrison, President of Asbury College, Lynn’s Great Grandfather

“Although we may mourn the darkness and loneliness when a bright star burns out in the heavens and contemplate what might have been, we are soon resigned to accept God’s will. Still, to satisfy our temporal grief we sometimes look to the great poets. We wonder if Shakespeare’s heart was broken by the passing of someone exactly like Lynn when he wrote the words “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved before.”
It’s said that people go their whole lives without their life story being written. Lynn’s was written as it was lived.

Lynn was Love and Love was Lynn. If she knew you, she loved you and she didn’t require that you loved her first or the most. She loved God. Pontius Pilate found himself in an untenable position when he asked “What am I to do with this man Jesus?“ Lynn answered that question at a young age and continued to answer it her entire life. Like everyone, she had faults and sins, but they were as dust in the wind in comparison to the love she shared to everyone about Jesus.

Lynn was born in Louisville KY and lived there until she was two years old. She lived in Bowling Green KY until 1986. Lynn married Gary Moody in 1967 (54 yrs in April) and immediately changed his name to Gar.

Gar joined Cloud Concrete company based in Lexington and they moved there in 1986. In 1988 they moved back to Bowling Green to move the Cloud Concrete Plant located there to Nashville TN. They relocated in Hendersonville TN and have lived there since. She belonged to organizations and charities too numerous to mention. Lynn attended Warren County Elementary School, Western KY Training school (College High School), and Western KY University Nursing School. She was an excellent student.

Lynn taught her husband, children, and grandchildren how to live, give, and how to love others. She taught them how to serve. She was amazing. She was an artist which included paintings and jewelry. She was a counselor for women who needed her help and needed her to share her experience. She was a mentor and a sounding board. In recent years she became a professional errand runner. She helped everyone in her family by organizing, prioritizing, and getting things done that would allow them to work longer, go to kid’s sporting events, and simplify their lives.

Her dreams were simple. To be a good wife, mother, grandmother, friend and Christian. She succeeded. She was so witty and fun. She would surprise new sons in laws by eating something off their plate. She loved family dinners and almost anything was up for discussion even if it was on her. Her love, her life, her courageous heart was always exciting and fun. Her peace was genuine and her passion for life was incomparable. We will miss her and her spirit for the rest of our lives.

Visitation will be on Tuesday, February 23, from 10 am – 1 pm, in the Community Church sanctuary, 381 West Main Street, Hendersonville, TN, 37075, Phone: (615) 826-0042, Fax: (615) 826-0045. A Celebration of Life service will follow at 1:00PM in the floral squaresanctuary, and a link for streaming will also be provided for those who are unable to attend. Covid Safety precautions will be in place. Active pallbearers will be her grandchildren; Graham Hightower, Isaac A. Painter, James Moody, Lily Grace Painter, Nash Roy Hightower, Patrick Hightower and Thomas A. Hines.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations in Lynn’s memory be made to the ministry of FreshStart Resources.

Please join us for a Celebration of her Life

Funeral arrangements by Austin & Bell Funeral Home, 104 Sanders Ferry Rd., Hendersonville, TN 37075

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Obituary for Brenda Kaye White Gainous

Brenda Kaye White Gainous, 62, of Springfield, passed from this life on Monday February 8, 2021 at her home.

Funeral services were conducted Friday February 12th at 2:00 p.m. in the Oakhurst Chapel of the Robertson County Funeral Home with Brother Allen Woodard officiating. Interment followed in the Gainous Cemetery in Adairville, KY with Jeremy Gainous, Ivan Gainous, Dalton Gainous, Preston Gibson, Trystan Gibson, and John White serving as pallbearers. The family received friends on Thursday from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and on Friday from 12 noon until service time at the funeral home.

Brenda was born January 25, 1959 in Springfield to the late Paul and Bonnie Lee Harris White. She was a bookkeeper at Greenbrier High School and was a member of Forest Grove Baptist Church. Brenda loved collecting antiques, going to flea markets, cooking for her family and friends, and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband: Steve Gainous, by her grandchild: Avery Brooke Gainous, by her sister: Darlene Dorris, and by her father-in-law: Glenn Gainous. Brenda is survived by her children: Corissa Gibson, Jeremy (Lindsay) Gainous, Ivan (Abbi Graves) Gainous, and Dalton (Kamala) Gainous all of Springfield, by her brother: John (Demetria) White of Springfield, by her sisters: Barbara (Edward) floral squarePlunkett, Diane (Earl) Fuqua, and Paulla (Charles Wayne) Atchley all of Springfield, by her grandchildren: Preston Gibson, Trystan Gibson, Brennlee Gibson, Addyson Gainous, Anyston Gainous, Hailey Gainous, Charlotte Gainous, and Dawson Gainous, by two that loved her as a grandmother: Bentley and Makinsey, by her mother-in-law: Murlene Gainous and by her brother-in-law: Scott Gainous both of Adairville, KY.

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Arrangements For: Lula M. Waters

Viewing and visitation was held Friday, February 12, 2021 11:00 Am – 12:00 noon. Private family services followed at 12:00 noon at Bellemeade United Primitive Baptist Church 1018 42nd Ave N. Nashville, TN

Interment: Greenwood Main Cemetery

Service was live-streamed on W. D. Crowder Funeral Home Facebook Page.

Full obituary to be published soon.

Keep The Waters Family In Your Prayers.

Arrangements entrusted to W. D. Crowder Funeral Home

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Arrangements For: Kenneth Falls “J Falls”

On February 4, 2021 God stretched open His holy arms welcoming Kenneth Lee Falls Home for eternal rest. Kenneth Lee Falls was born to the late Lou Ellen Clayton Falls and William Donald Falls in Springfield, Tennessee on January 7. 1959. Kenneth was raised by his aunt and uncle, Ann Lee Clayton McKissack and Herman McKissack of Springfield, Tennessee. Kenneth was well known by many friends as “Kenny” or “J Falls.”

He attended the Robertson County School System and later decided to join the United States Army.

Kenneth was married to Ms. Debra Pate of Gary, Indiana. He became a proud father of two beautiful daughters.

Kenneth had many accomplishments in his life time. He worked at Nissan of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, the Kroger Company (Dog Food Plant) and Frigidaire Company in Springfield, Tennessee.

In addition to his parents, he had three sisters who also preceded him in death: Joyce Clayton Farmer, Karen Barbee Woodard and Tammy Barbee Griffin, all of Springfield, TN.

Kenneth leaves to cherish his memories: his beautiful wife, Debra Pate Falls of Murfreesboro, TN; two daughters, Shelida Falls (Steven) Kelley of Knoxville, TN; Kenyata Falls (Andrew) Wilson of Murfreesboro, TN; five grand-children:

floral squareAyden Kelly, Autumn Kelly, Amia Kelley of Knoxville, TN, Adonis Wilson, devoted grandson, Malakai Wilson both of Murfreesboro, TN; three sisters, Mary Blakemore, Shawana Barbee and Tamika Dunn all of Springfield, TN; a host of nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great nephews, great-great nieces and nephews, other family and friends.

Viewing and Visitation and Funeral was Wednesday, February 10, 2021 with Elder Marco Partinger, Eulogy and Elder Torey Ellis, Officiant; Interment was in Restlawn Memorial Garden.

Arrangements entrusted to W. D. Crowder Funeral Home

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Obituary for Sandra Poteet

Sandra Kay Poteet, age 68 of Murfreesboro, Tennessee died Saturday, February 13, 2021 at the Residence at Alive Hospice.

Ms. Poteet was born on July 25, 1952 in Middletown, Ohio to the late Thomas Monroe and Alice Marie Nichols Smith. She was a retired cabinet maker for Kabinart Corporation. She was a lifelong member of the Baptist Church.

In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her daughter, Christy Hardin; and 7 siblings.

floral squareShe is survived by her daughters, Teresa (Kenneth) Heggie, and Cathy Hodge; a brother, Tommy (Lorraine) Smith; a sister, Carol (Andrew) Hodge; grandchildren, Justin Lynch, Brittany Hughes, and Joseph Hughes, II; and great-grandchildren, Leon Lynch, and Aubrie Smith.

Her remains were cremated, and a memorial service may be held at a later date.

Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Pleasant View is in charge of these arrangements. 6316 Highway 41A, Pleasant View, Tennessee 37146

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Obituary for Steve Wright

Robert Steven “Steve” Wright, age 66 of Joelton, Tennessee, died Saturday, February 13, 2021 at NorthCrest Medical Center.

A memorial service was conducted at Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Pleasant View at 2:00PM on Saturday, February 20th, with his uncle, Jerry Raymer officiating.

The family received friends at the funeral home on Saturday from 11:00AM until the hour of service at 2:00PM.

Mr. Wright was born on February 10th, 1955 in Nashville, Tennessee to the late Cecil and Mary Wilson Wright. He was a retired Maintenance Supervisor for the Metro Nashville Government and loved racing and making people laugh no matter what the circumstances. He was a caring father and grandfather who loved his family, especially his grandchildren. When you were befriended by Steve, you were a friend for life.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his son, Mark Wright; and his brother, Randall Wright.

Survivors include his wife of 45 years, Donna Wright; daughter, Dana (Jimbo) Bannister; sister, Diane (Gary) McCutcheon; floral squaregrandchildren, Courtney Bannister, Katelyn Wright, and Madison Wright; loving nieces & nephews; and special family, Tracey Storey, Frankie Resha, Jeremy McCutcheon, Ronnie Hutton, Phil & Betty Welker, and Dwyane & Gail Chaffin.

If so desired, memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105-9959.

Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Pleasant View is in charge of these arrangements. 6316 Highway 41A, Pleasant View, Tennessee 37146

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Obituary for Kenneth Jeffrey Hall

Kenneth Jeffrey “Rock Man” Hall of Hendersonville, passed away Friday, February 12, 2021. Ken along with his wife Heather Owned Elite Trucking and Excavating. He loved to travel, boating and motorcycling and enjoyed living his life to the fullest. Kenneth was known to be “full throttle” and always on the move, he didn’t like being still.

He was preceded in death by his father, Jeffrey Hall; and grandparents, Ken and Sylvia Fulks.

Kenneth is survived by his wife of 9 years, Heather Hall; daughters, Shelby Hall, Sydney Hall and Savanah Hall; mother, Tina Jenkins; sisters, Candice Beshay and Christina Montoya; and mother-in-law, Brenda Campbell.

floral squareThe family received friends from 2:00pm until 8:00pm Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Hendersonville and again from 2:00pm until time of service at 3:00pm Thursday, February 18, 2021 at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church. Family and friends served as pallbearers.

Service entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Hendersonville.

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Obituary for Dayved White Owl

Dayved Franklynn White Owl “Maaishu gi′geeshash” (Protecting Eagle), age 69 of Chapmansboro, Tennessee, died Friday, February 12, 2021 at Veterans Administration Hospital in Nashville.

Funeral services were conducted at Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Pleasant View at 4:00PM on Wednesday, February 17th.

The family received friends at the funeral home on Wednesday from 1:00PM until the hour of service at 4:00PM.

Mr. White Owl was born on June 20th, 1951 in Elbowoods, North Dakota to the late Herbert and Madelynn (Vondall) White Owl. He served as a Cryptological Technician Operator in the United States Navy for a total of 42 years, 21 active years and 21 reserve years, and was a veteran of both the Vietnam and Iraq Wars. He was an extremely loving husband, father, and grandfather who was very involved in the activities of his grandchildren. He had a great sense of humor and loved to make people laugh. Mr. White Owl loved to play golf, the Washington Redskins, Chicago Cubs, Arsenal Gunners, watching historical documents and old black and white war movies. Mr. White Owl was of the Catholic Faith and extremely proud of his Hidatsa culture.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his daughter, Reina White Owl; granddaughter, Hayley Sedlacek; brothers, Ron (Ruth) White Owl, Skip (Linda) White Owl, Chip White Owl, and Leland White Owl; sister, Karen Simmonds; many sons (nephews), daughters (nieces), and extended family; and adoptive parents, Clayton and Mary Rose Morehouse.

Survivors include his wife of 46 years, Gwen White Owl; sons, Virgil (Dana) White Owl and Jeff (Amber) White Owl; brothers, Roger White Owl, Sr. (Sarah), Randy (Noreen) White Owl, and Wilson (Teresa) White Owl; sisters, Mary Vigen, Lela White Owl, and Rhonda (Bill) Woods; grandchildren, Brittney Ziga, Tre White Owl, Sophia White Owl, Ethan White Owl, and Brandon White Owl; adopted sons, Rick (Niki) Lallish, Al (Debbie) Lampert, and Dwight (Joy) Gorder; adoptive brothers, Neal Hale, Cary Enno, Rich Larson, Tony Iverson, Mark Skibsrud, Mylo Spotted Horse, Chuck Wells, Sidrick Baker, Keith Bear, and the Smith Boys; adopted floral squaresisters, Jeanne Virag, Rose Cortez, Iris Birdbear Obes, and the Smith Sisters; many sons (nephews), daughters (nieces), and extended family.

Since Mr. White Owl was an organ donor, if so desired memorial contributions may be made to Tennessee Donors Services, 566 Mainstream Dr., Nashville, TN 37228.

Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Pleasant View is in charge of these arrangements. 6316 Highway 41A, Pleasant View, Tennessee 37146

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Obituary for Earl Lloyd Dunn

Age 77 of Hendersonville passed away February 12, 2021 at the Residence of Alive Hospice. He was born November 18, 1943 in Sumner County, TN to Burle & Eva Walker Dunn. He worked as a concrete mason before his retirement. He enjoyed riding Harley Davidson motorcycles, and especially enjoyed riding in Bike Rides for charities.

He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Pat Mangrum Dunn; 4 brothers, Pete, Roy, Buster & Henry; 3 sisters, Brenda Jean, Margaret Ann & Elsie Mae. He is survived by his daughters, Brenda Jean Dunn, Hendersonville, TN and Jennifer Dunn, Port Richie, FL; brother, Harvey Dunn, Tacoma, WA; sisters, Barbara Dunn and Linda Ann Mooneyhan, both of Cottontown, TN and Mary Sue Roberts, Madison, TN; 3 grandchildren, Breanna, Michael and Joshua.

floral squareA memorial service is scheduled for Monday, February 22, 2021 at 2 pm in the chapel of Austin & Bell Funeral Home in White House. Visitation is planned for Monday, February 22, 2021 11am until the hour of service at the funeral home.

Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188

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Obituary for Betty Holder

“Betty” Jean Tucker Holder, age 73 of Pleasant View, Tennessee, died Friday, February 12, 2021 at NorthCrest Medical Center.

Funeral services were conducted at Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Pleasant View at 2:00PM on Sunday, February 14th, with Bro. Paul Edwards officiating. Burial followed in Pleasant View United Methodist Church Cemetery with Robert Holder, Adam Hurt, Kyle Hurt, Steve Butler, Joseph Butler, and Eric Roberson serving as pallbearers.

The family received friends at the funeral home on Saturday, February 13th from 4:00PM until 7:00PM and again on Sunday from 12:00 Noon until the hour of service at 2:00PM.

Mrs. Holder was born on May 8, 1947 in Fort Bragg, North Carolina and raised in Middleton, Tennessee to the late Ulysses Thorton “Bill” and Willie Mynatt Tucker. She was a homemaker and a member of Pleasant View United Methodist Church.

In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her sister, Rebecca Applegate.

She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Harold Holder; daughters, Jennifer (Kyle) Hurt of Pleasant View, Marilyn (Steve) Butler of Jasper, Al.; son, Robert Holder of Knoxville, Tn.; sisters, Dorothy Wilbanks of Walnut, Ms., Debbie Frost (John Giles) of Toone, Tn., brothers, Richard (Vicky) Tucker of Middleton, Tn., floral squareDavid (Peggi) Tucker of Traverse City, Mi.; grandchildren, Lindsay and Kathryn Howell of Pleasant View, Adam Hurt of Nashville, Emma and Joseph Butler of Wetumpka, Al.

If so desired, memorial contributions may be made to Pleasant View United Methodist Church at 2621 Church St, Pleasant View, Tn. or American Diabetes Association at 220 Great Circle Road, Ste. 134, Nashville, Tn. 37228.

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Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Pleasant View is in charge of these arrangements. 6316 Highway 41A, Pleasant View, Tennessee 37146

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Obituary for Mary Elizabeth Lipscomb

Mary Elizabeth Lipscomb, age 101 of Ridgetop, TN passed away Tuesday, February 12, 2021 at Stone Ridge Nursing Home in Ridgetop, TN.

Her funeral services were held at Austin & Bell Funeral Home Springfield on Sunday, February 14th at 2:00 PM with Bro. Michael Smith officiating. Burial followed in Elmwood Cemetery with Stan Cherry, David Cherry, Chris Adcock, Kenny Adams, Dwayne Adcock and Johnny Fisher serving as pallbearers. The family received friends 4pm to 7pm, Saturday, February 13th and 12pm until time of service on Sunday at the funeral home.

She was born is Robertson County, TN on November 25, 1919 to the late Harvey Wesley and Carrie Frances Reynolds Gregory. She was preceded in death by husband and father of her children, Howard Carr; second husband Zelma Lipscomb; daughter, Mary Ellen Mondt; brothers, Walter Gregory, Carl Gregory, Harold Gregory; Raymond Gregory; sisters, Fern Nash, Margaret Fisher and Rachel Starks.

Mrs. Lipscomb was one of the first students in 1957 to attend Jesse Holman Jones Hospital LPN nursing class and where she was able to continue her love of nursing up to her retirement after 28yrs of service. She loved her family, cooking, sewing and going to church. She was a member of Grace Baptist Church.

floral squareShe is survived by daughters, Frances Adcock of Springfield, Doretha Carr of Springfield, Mildred (Rick) Groves of Portland; sister, Barbara Jean Wilhelm of Greenbrier; 7 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to North Springfield Baptist Church Building Fund.

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Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home 509 Walnut Street Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Vicki Lynn Vassar

Vicki Lynn Vasser age 66 of Portland, TN passed away Thursday, February 11, 2021 at her home. Mrs. Vasser was very family oriented, a loving wife and mother, and loved to garden. She was very strong willed, a God believing, and church going lady.

Mrs. Vasser was preceded in death by her parents, and 1 brother, Joe McGown.

She is survived by her husband of 16 years, Rodger Vasser; son, Patrick (Tina) Harper; grandchildren, Mason Scott Lee Harper, Samantha Bailey Harper and Kelly Marie Tidwell; sister-in-law, Brenda McGown; and a niece, Christi McGown.

The family received friends from 3:00pm until 7:00pm on Sunday, February 14, 2021 at Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Hendersonville.

There will be a private family memorial service at a later date.

floral squareIn lieu of flowers the family request that memorial contributions be made to Hendersonville Parks and Recreation, 101 Maple Drive N., Hendersonville, TN 37075.

The funeral home asks that anyone attending the visitation and/or service to please wear a mask.
For your safety, all CDC guidelines are to be followed.

Service entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Hendersonville.

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Obituary for Neal Morris Merlis

Age 77 of Cross Plains Passed away Thursday, February 11, 2021 at his home. He was born March 1, 1943 in Brookline, Massachusetts to William & Sarah Bloom Merlis. He worked as a General Manager for UniFirst. He enjoyed golf and racquetball. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Marines and was an avid animal lover, especially his cat, Callie.

He is preceded in death by his parents; First wife, Elaine Merlis; brother, Paul Merlis. He is survived by his wife, Nancy Merlis, Cross Plains, TN; son, Eric (Suzanne) Merlis, Boston, MA; step-son, Mike (Kim) Lilly, Cross Plains, TN 4 grandchildren, Cassie, Erin, Emily and Zoey; 1 great-granddaughter, Lilly.

floral squareA memorial service was held Sunday, February 14, 2021 at 5pm in the chapel of Austin & Bell Funeral Home in White House with Rabbi Laura Abraisli officiating. Visitation was held Sunday, February 14, 2021 3-5pm at the funeral home.

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Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188

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Obituary for Helen Vick

Helen Elaine Nottingham Vick, age 79 of Greenbrier passed away Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at her residence.

Funeral Services were held at 1pm on Thursday February 18, 2021 at Austin & Bell Funeral Home Greenbrier. The family received friends 4pm to 7pm Wednesday, February 17th and 10 am Thursday until the hour of service at the funeral home. Burial followed at Springfield Memorial Gardens with Brian Dean, Jason Shoumake, Daniel Hunter, Chris Moore, Kris Stewart and Zach Jones serving as pallbearers.

She was born in Portsmouth, VA on July 6, 1941 to the late Francis Marion and Mary Nottingham. She was also preceded in death by husband, Woodrow Wilson Vick II; son, Woodrow Wilson Vick III and sister, Mary Frances Barnes.

She was a homemaker and loved her family very much. She enjoyed her cat, knitting, crocheting and watching TV.

floral squareShe is survived by daughters, Vicki (Randy) Shoumake of Barren Plains, Edie (Scottie) Dean of Greenbrier; sister, Lee (Paul) Saur of VA; brothers, Larry Nottingham of Waverly, TN, Nick (Pauline) Nottingham of Waverly, TN, George (Pat) Nottingham of VA and nephew and caregiver, Raymond Morris; 9 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Greenbrier, TN.

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Obituary for Lola Beth Pace

Age 78 of Cottontown went home to be with the Lord, Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at her home. She was born August 30, 1942 in Littlefield, Texas to Vernon Cornelius & Georgia May Thornton Cox. She worked as a bookkeeper for Starplex before becoming disabled. She was a member of Christ Worship Center. She enjoyed studying her Bible, writing and playing hymns on the piano.

She is preceded in death by her parents; brother, Carlton Cox. She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Glen Pace, Cottontown, TN; son, Gregory Neil (Renee) Pace, Mount Juliet, TN; daughter, Gena Beth (Scott) Patterson, Springfield, TN; sister, Lanelle Osborne, Garland, TX; 4 grandchildren, Eric Neuner, Rachelle Pace, Krystal Brockman and Jessica Warrick; 6 great-grandchildren, Jackson, Gabrielle, Isabella, Scout, Carson and Cara.

floral squareFuneral service was held Sunday, February 14, 2021 at 2pm at Christ Worship Center with Bro. Steve Malone officiating. Interment followed in White House Memorial Gardens with family and friends serving as pallbearers. Visitation was held Sunday, February 14, 2021 1-2pm at the church.

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Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188

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Obituary for Vestel C. Malone

Vestel C. Malone, age 84 of Greenbrier, TN passed away February 9, 2021 at Skyline Medical Center.

A Celebration of Life Service was held at 12pm on Saturday, February 13, 2021 at Austin & Bell Funeral Home Greenbrier. Cremation followed after the service. The family received friends from 10am until the time of service on Saturday. Masonic rites will also took place at the service on Saturday.

He was born in Pickett Co. TN on March 3, 1936 to the late Roy Carson and Laura Mae Masiongale Malone. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Linda Lou Malone; brother, William “Bill” David Malone.

floral squareHe was of the Baptist faith, a Veteran of the US Army and was a Mason. He was retired from Roadway trucking as a truck driver.
He is survived by nephews, Gerald Stephens of Aransas, TX, Jackie Stephens of Greenbrier, Billy Stephens of Jasper, GA, Jeremy Graham of Fairview, TN; nieces, Bertha Sheila Campbell and Angela Dawn Stephens of Chatsworth, GA.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Shriners Organization.

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Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Greenbrier, TN.

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Obituary for Sarah Dunn

Sarah Hailey Dunn, daughter of the Lord Jesus Christ passed away February, 9, 2021, at the age of 96.

A Graveside Service was held Monday, February 15, 2021 at 11am in the Elmwood Cemetery with Brother Randy Riggs officiating. Burial followed with family and friends serving as pallbearers.

Visitation was held at the Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield prior to the graveside service beginning at 10:30am.

Mrs. Dunn was born October 29, 1924 in Brush Creek, TN to the late Hugh Taylor and Roberta Gualtney Hailey. Due to her mother’s untimely death at a very young age, she spent most of her enjoyable times with her beloved grandmother, sister, aunt, and cousins. She married in 1947 and loved the home in Nashville that they built in 1954 and raised their family. Although very humble with her gifts, Sarah loved quilting and created many beautiful, cherished family heirlooms. It is also said that she had a natural gift for playing the piano. She diligently worked for South Central Bell in Nashville for 25 years and was a faithful member of Belle Meade United Methodist Church of Nashville. Known for her kind spirit, this “sweet young lady” was most intent on reading the scriptures everyday and praying for her family. She was a picture of God’s grace, and we praise the Lord for the gift He has lent us in Sarah.

floral squareIn addition to her parents Mrs. Dunn is preceded in death by her husband, Joe C. Dunn and sister, Marian Woodham. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Steven and Debbie Dunn of Franklin, TN; daughter, Cynthia Dunn of Nunnelly, TN; grandchildren, Gail Frey of Boise, ID and Camille Dunn of Franklin, TN; and 6 great-grandchildren.

Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home 509 Walnut Street Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Ollie “Judy” G. Brock

Age 92 of White House passed away Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at Brookdale Memory Care in Goodlettsville, TN. She was born April 12, 1928 in Boma, TN to Sam & Sarah Stewart Whitehead.

She worked for Neu Hoff in the meat processing business. Mrs. Brock never had any children of her own but became a mother to so many in her life. She and her husband loved and raised horses and mules. They grew gardens and shared their vegetables with many neighbors and friends over the years. Part of their farm was sold for the building of Al’s Food Valu and part of the right of way for the building of Raymond Hirsch Parkway was donated to the city of White House. She was very proud of the fact that she was awarded her 50 year membership plaque for service to the Ladies Auxiliary of the White House American Legion Post #206. She was a member of Concord Missionary Baptist Church.

She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Riley “R.K.” Brock; 4 brothers, Noel Whitehead, Ralph Whitehead, Rubert Whitehead and Solon Whitehead; 2 sisters, Willene Kennedy and Mildred Robinson. She is survived by a host of nieces and nephews that loved her so much.

floral squareA graveside service was held Friday, February 12, 2021 at 1pm in Hillcrest Cemetery, with Bro. Morris Watson officiating.

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Arrangements entrusted to Austin and Bell Funeral Home 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188

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Obituary for Ovella “Judy” Key Walters

Age 80 of Cross Plains, TN passed away Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at Skyline Medical Center. She was born May 25, 1940 in Smith County, TN to Gilbert Phylander & Bessie Dixon Sutton. She worked for 24 years as an assembly line worker for Anchor Wire and had attended Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. She enjoyed playing BINGO, collecting glassware and bird watching, especially hummingbirds.

She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Daniel J. Walters; son, Robert Rader; daughter, Rita Lynn Rader; step-son, Terry Walters; sister, Ruby Boyd; two infant brothers; infant great-granddaughter. She is survived by her son, David Jefferson Walters, Orlinda, TN; brother, Tommy Harold (Marilyn) Sutton, Nashville, TN; 2 grandchildren, Christopher Smith and Danielle Rader; 4 great-grandchildren.

floral squareFuneral service was held Saturday, February 13, 2021 at 12 noon in the chapel of Austin & Bell Funeral Home In White House with Bro. Jon Briggs officiating. Interment followed in Dixon Springs Cemetery with family and friends serving as pallbearers. Visitation was held Friday, February 12, 2021 4-8pm and Saturday, February 13, 2021 10am until the hour of the service at the funeral home.

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Arrangements entrusted to Austin and Bell Funeral Home 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188

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Obituary for Joyce Hollingsworth

Joyce Blankenship Hollingsworth, age 84, of Springfield, passed away Monday, February 8, 2021 at NorthCrest Medical Center.

Funeral services were held Friday, February 12, 2021 at 12pm in the chapel of the Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield with Brother David Evans and Martin Babb officiating. Burial followed in the Elmwood Cemetery with Michael Hollingsworth, Justin Hollingsworth, Chris Hollingsworth, Blake Hollingsworth, Gavin Hollingsworth, Jack Hollingsworth, Jerry Dozier and Andy Mason serving as pallbearers.

Visitation was held at the funeral home on Friday from 9am until the hour of service at 12 noon.

Joyce was born February 24, 1936 in Nashville to the late Frances W. and Mildred Bellamy Blankenship. She met Ralph, the love of her life, in high school following a school program. Ralph says he mustered enough courage to go up and speak to her and ask if he could call her. The rest is history as they say and she and Ralph spent almost 70 years together. She is known to all who loved her as “Grammy”. Joyce and Ralph travelled all over the country square dancing with the Springfield Squares. She loved playing Bridge, any kind of card game, Dominos, and listening to the Bill Gaither Trio. Whether at their lake house or at home, she loved sitting in her swing and watching her hummingbirds and flowers. Every morning began the same way … with a Coca Cola and a straw. Joyce was the co-owner of Car and Home Supply, Co. and was a member of Springfield Baptist Church where she cared for the children in the nursery for over 40 years. Despite her illness the past few years, she NEVER complained no matter how she was feeling. Her first concern was always her family members and friends, not herself. According to her family, Joyce had an incredible memory. If she spent any time at all with you – she remembered your family and children’s names, birth dates, anniversaries etc. Known for her potato salad and lemon ice box pies as well as many other dishes, Joyce said what she meant and meant what she said.

Joyce is survived by her husband of 66 years, Ralph Hollingsworth; sons and daughters-in-law, Michael Lee and Betsy Hollingsworth and Glenn Mark and Debbie Hollingsworth, all of Springfield; grandchildren and spouses, Michael and Michelle Hollingsworth, Chris and Jessica Hollingsworth, Victoria Hollingsworth, Justin and floral squareLaura Hollingsworth, Blake and Kimberly Hollingsworth and Laura Kay and Allan Crawford. Mrs. Hollingsworth is also survived by 13 great-grandchildren.

If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Robertson County Animal Shelter. Any donations may be sent in c/o Austin & Bell.

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Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home 509 Walnut Street Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Patsy Holt

Patsy Lynn Minnis Holt, age 70, of Springfield, passed from this life on Monday, February 8, 2021 at her home.

Funeral services were conducted Friday, February 12, 2021 at 2pm in the chapel of the Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield with Brother Barry Throneberry and Brother Joe Rushing officiating. Interment followed in the Springfield Memorial Gardens with Cory Derseweh, Chance Derseweh, Stephen Baldwin, Gary Minnis, Gene Minnis and Chad Shelton serving as pallbearers.

The family received friends at the funeral home on Friday from 10am until the hour of service at 2pm.

Mrs. Holt was born May 5, 1950 in Robertson County to the late Kelly Hubert Minnis and Eunice Highsmith Minnis. She was a homemaker and enjoyed reading, watching hummingbirds and spending time with her family. She especially loved her grandchildren and great-grandchildren and was known for her sense of humor.

In addition to her parents Mrs. Holt is preceded in death by her husband, Thomas A. Holt and her sister, Diane Smith of Barren Plains.

Mrs. Holt is survived by her daughters and sons-in-law, Kelly and Stephen Baldwin of Springfield and Christy and Cory Derseweh of Cross Plains; brothers and sisters-in-law, Gene and Sheryl Minnis and Gary and Suzanne Minnis, all of Springfield; sister, Barbara Evetts of Greenbrier; grandchildren, Chance and Breanna Derseweh floral squareof Barren Plains, Hailey Baldwin of Springfield and Mandee Faulkner of North Carolina; and great-grandchildren, Aubree Derseweh, Trinity Faulkner and Timothy “T.J.” Faulkner.

If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Main Street Church of Christ Building Fund. Any donations may be sent in c/o Austin & Bell.

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Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home 509 Walnut Street Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Reba Dean Hulen

Reba Dean Ledford Hulen, age 83, of Hendersonville, passed away Monday, Fenruary 8, 2021 at the Hendersonville Medical Center. Mrs. Hulen was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was a dog lover, a big joker and loved to kid around. Mrs. Hulen spent a lot of her time as a hospital and nursing home volunteer.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Floyd and Eller Smith Ledford; and 8 brothers and sisters.

Mrs. Hulen is survived by her husband of 47 years, Wade Hulen; daughter, Brenda (Doug) Wood; grandchildren, Shea (Michael) Turner and Matthew (Liz) Wood; great-grandchildren, Logan Wood, Tucker Wood and Graham Wood; sisters, Joyce Hancock and Carolyn (Troy) Vaughn; and several nieces and nephews.

The family received friends from 11:00am until her Celebration of Life Memorial Service at 1:00 pm on Saturday, February 13, 2021 at Austin and Bell Funeral Home in Hendersonville.

floral squareIn lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 10 Glenlake Pkwy NE South Tower, Suite 400, Atlanta, GA 30328 or visit www.heart.org

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Service entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Hendersonville.

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