ANNE HAZELWOOD, 68 OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY (TODAY). SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF THE SONSET FELLOWSHIP CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, WILLIAM "BILL" HAZELWOOD; FOUR DAUGHTERS, LEANNE CREEKMORE AND BILLIE DANIEL BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND SHERRY MATNEY AND PAM HAZELWOOD OF MISSOURI; THREE SONS, TEDDY HAZELWOOD OF MURFREESBORO AND MICHAEL AND MATTHEW HAZELWOOD OF OKLAHOMA; ONE BROTHER, ROBERT WHITLEY OF HENDERSON; TWENTY GRANDCHILDREN AND SEVERAL GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ANNE HAZELWOOD WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 5 UNTIL 8.

 

 

JOY FAYE MILLAGE, 51, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A NAVY VETERAN, AND A COOK AT G-M. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, DONALD "D-L" MILLAGE; ONE SON: DANIEL MILLAGE OF TEXAS; THREE DAUGHTERS: CRYSTAL MILLAGE OF COLUMBIA, PATRICIA FERGUSON OF SANTA FE, AND MICHELLE BRASSFIELD OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO BROTHERS: RONNIE BLACKBURN OF SANTA FE, AND TAB BLACKBURN OF SUMMERTOWN; ONE SISTER: VICKIE PRUITT OF COLUMBIA; AND 4 GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOY FAYE MILLAGE WILL BE SATURDAY AT 5:00 AT HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN JONES CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 5.

 

 

VIRGIL DON MARKUS, 74, OF NEVADA DIED DECEMBER 30TH. HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, AN AIR FORCE VETERAN AND RETIRED AS VICE PRESIDENT OF WELLS FARGO INVESTMENTS. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR VIRGIL DON MARKUS WILL BE HELD SATURDAY AT 2:00 IN THE FELLOWSHIP BUILDING AT PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN THE COLUMBARIUM ON THE CAMPUS OF THE U-S NAVAL ACADEMY IN MARYLAND.

 

 

AARON MCCROSKEY JUNIOR, 54, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TODAY (WEDNESDAY). HE WAS A TEACHER AT LAWRENCE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, BISHOP OF SOLID ROCK WORSHIP CENTER AND FORMER MEMBER OF TEMPLE OF PRAISE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, DENIECE MCCROSKEY; THREE SONS: A-J, DARIAN, AND ELIJAH MCCROSKEY ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; HIS FATHER, AARON MCCROSKEY SENIOR OF MURFREESBORO; TWO BROTHERS: DONNIE WADE OF KINGSPORT AND DOUG MCCROSKEY; AND ONE SISTER: FELICIA WADE BOTH OF MURFREESBORO. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR AARON MCCROSKEY JUNIOR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SOLID ROCK WORSHIP CENTER.

 

 

WILLIAM DAVID PRINCE, 60, OF SELMA DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM BUSH HOG A MEMBER OF THE MOOSE LODGE AND THE V-F-W IN SELMA. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, CHERRY MOORE PRINCE; TWO DAUGHTERS: JULIE JONES AND LANE PRINCE BOTH OF CLANTON; TWO BROTHERS: DAN PRINCE OF GEORGIA AND DEAN MARTIN OF TENNESSEE; 10 GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM DAVID PRINCE WILL BE HELD SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT LOMAX ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH IN CLANTON.

 

 

WILLIE LOUISE MCMURTREY, 88, OF KILLEN DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: GARRY MCMURTREY, ONE DAUGHTER: GLENDA TROUSDALE BOTH OF KILLEN, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR WILLIE LOUISE MCMURTREY WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT CENTER HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

DAVID LAWRENCE HARDY, 77 OF ARDMORE DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS EMPLOYED AT
AEROSPACE INDUSTRY, CO-OWNER OF HARDY MACHINERY, AND OWNER-OPERATOR OF
BUNKER HILL ANTIQUES. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, KAY HOLT HARDY; TWO DAUGHTERS: HOPE LANIER OF PULASKI AND MARY HICKS OF KENTUCKY; ONE STEP SON: BILLY MELSON; ONE STEP DAUGHTER: ROCHELLE WOODS OF BIRMINGHAM; ONE BROTHER: RON BRAXTON HARDY OF HUNTSVILLE; TWO SISTERS: WANDA DARNALL OF TEXAS AND BARBARA PURYEAR OF PULASKI; SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN AND FOUR STEP-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DAVID LAWRENCE HARDY WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1 AT CARR & ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 10 UNTIL 1.

 

 

DONNA SCOTT PECK, 67 OF KILLEN DIED WEDNESDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF THE ANTIOCH CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, RALPH PECK; ONE SON, SCOTT PECK, AND ONE DAUGHTER, HOLLY JOHNSON. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DONNA SCOTT PECK WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT ANTIOCH CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN ANTIOCH CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 UNTIL 8 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

SIBYL SHEARER WILSON, 100, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A TEACHER, HOMEMAKER, AND OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JAMES RALEIGH WILSON OF PULASKI; ONE DAUGHTER: REBECCA LEE WILSON ALFORD OF FLORIDA; 7 GRANDCHILDREN; 12 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN; AND 2 GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SIBYL SHEARER WILSON WILL BE FRIDAY AT 10:00 AT HARRIS FUNERAL HOME IN FLORIDA. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF THE LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

ROBERT M. AMODEI, 78, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY. HE WAS A RETIRED BANK TELLER. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, KATHY AMODEI; ONE DAUGHTER: TAMMIE CARTEE OF PULASKI; AND ONE GRANDCHILD. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR ROBERT M. AMODEI WILL BE HELD TUESDAY APRIL 21ST AT 6 P-M AT THE CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE GILES COUNTY HUMANE ASSOCIATION OR TO THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

RITA JANE COURTRIGHT HAIRRELL, 69, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A LEGAL SECRETARY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, WAYNE HAIRRELL; ONE DAUGHTER: MARY TOM VAN VICKLE OF LEBANON; ONE SON: JEREMY WAYNE HAIRRELL OF SAVANNAH; HER FATHER, TOM COURTRIGHT; TWO BROTHERS: BOB AND JIM COURTRIGHT BOTH OF ALABAMA; AND ONE GRANDCHILD. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR RITA JANE COURTRIGHT HAIRRELL WILL BE HELD SUNDAY, APRIL 12TH AT 2:00 AT PLEASANT GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LAWRENCE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY. WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

BOBBY BURLESON, 60, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A SUPERVISOR AT MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY AND A MEMBER OF UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: KATHY BURLESON, TWO SONS: CHAD BURLESON OF SUMMERTOWN AND JOHN BURLESON OF ETHRIDGE, ONE SISTER: BARBARA LONG OF SUMMERTOWN, TWO BROTHERS: LARRY BURLESON OF SUMMERTOWN AND WILLIE BURLESON OF ETHRIDGE AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BOBBY BURLESON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN ETHRIDGE MASONIC CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TODAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDING FUND. 

 

 

MATTIE CHENNAULT, 92, OF LAWRENCEBURGH DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF NEW SALEM CHURCH OF GOD.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: SAMMY AND J-F CHENNAULT BOTH OF SUMMERTOWN, ONE DAUGHTER: PEGGY RICHARDSON OF MURFREESBORO, TWO SISTERS: THERONA BOWLIN OF ALABAMA AND VIOLEIT BISHOP OF LAWRENCEBURG, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MATTIE CHENNAULT WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SUMMERTOWN CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11:30 UNTIL 2. 

 

 

ELVIN ROSS SLATON, 73, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM AMERICAN MAGOTTEAUX AND HEIL QUAKER. HE IS SURIVIED BY HIS WIFE, PEGGY WHITT SLATON; ONE DAUGHTER: PAM HARMON OF PULASKIL ONE BROTHER: OREL WAYNE SLATON; ONE SISTER: CAROL SUE DAVIS BOTH OF ALAMBAMA; AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ELVIN ROSS SLATON WILL BE SATURDAY AT NOON AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 10 UNTIL NOON. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

ELIZABETH MARIE FENECH, 52, OF FLORENCE DIED TUESDAY. SHE WAS AN ACCOUNTANT AND BUSINESS OWNER AND A BAPTIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, RICHARD SAMUEL FENECH; ONE BROTHER: ANTHONY WOOLUM; AND ONE SISTER: CHARLOTTE JEAN SCOTT. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ELIZABETH MARIE FENECH WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN EMMALINE STUTTS CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

PEGGY MARIE BUTLER, 73, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: KIMBERLY BRIEN OF LAWRENCEBURG. A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR PEGGY MARIE BUTLER WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT HOUSER CEMETERY. NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

BRENDA CAROL EMERSON, 49, OF ARKANSAS DIED SUNDAY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY 4 SONS: JOE WAYNE FRANKLIN AND AUSTIN WAYNE AND ALLEN EUGENE EMERSON ALL OF ATHENS, AND TONY EDWARD FRANKLIN OF ARKANSAS; ONE BROTHER: HAROLD WAYNE ESTEP OF PULASKI; AND 2 GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BRENDA CAROL EMERSON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

RITA JANE COURTRIGHT HAIRRELL, 69, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A LEGAL SECRETARY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, WAYNE HAIRRELL; ONE DAUGHTER: MARY TOM VAN VICKLE OF LEBANON; ONE SON: JEREMY WAYNE HAIRRELL OF SAVANNAH; HER FATHER, TOM COURTRIGHT; TWO BROTHERS: BOB AND JIM COURTRIGHT BOTH OF ALABAMA; AND ONE GRANDCHILD. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LAWRENCE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY. WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

MARY ELIZABETH CAMP, 72, OF LORETTO DIED SATURDAY. SHE WAS A SEAMSTRESS AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: RICHARD CAMP OF LORETTO; 3 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY ELIZABETH CAMP WILL BE WEDNESDAY (TODAY) AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY (TODAY) FROM 11 UNTIL 1.

 

 

VIRGIL LEON GARLAND, 77, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FORM MURRAY OHIO AND A MEMBER OF LAWRENCEBURG BAPTIST TEMPLE. HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: CONNIE GARLAND CHANDLER; TWO SONS: JEFF AND SCOTT GARLAND ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; TEN SISTERS: OPAL HAYWOOD OF COLUMBIA, SUE RIDDLE AND SANDRA PIERCE BOTH OF SUMMERTOWN, DOROTHY WALTERS OF ETHRIDGE, BRENDA BOHN, AND DORIS WHITE BOTH OF CENTERVILLE, JOY STAGGS, MABLE PATTERSON, WILMA JOHNSON, AND JUDY LICQUIA; FOUR BROTHERS: TED, JERRY, LANNY, AND JOSEPH EARL GARLAND, JUNIOR ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; 8 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR VIRGIL LEON GARLAND WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MACEDONIA CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO MACEDONIA CEMETERY.

 

 

WILLIAM LARRY CREECY, 70, OF PULASKI DIED SATURDAY. HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: LYNDELL CREECY OF FAYETTEVILLE; ONE BROTHER: DON CREECY OF POWELL CHAPEL; THREE SISTERS: CONNIE KIMBROUGH OF ANTHONY HILL, BRENDA PHILLIPS OF LEWISBURG, AND BARBARA CREECY OF PULASKI; AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM LARRY CREECY WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN NEW ZION CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

PEGGY CLEER IVEY SMITH, 81, OF PROSPECT DIED SUNDAY, MARCH 22ND. SHE WAS RETIRED FROM FRITO-LAY AND A MEMBER OF ABUNDANT LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: ROBERT JOE ROBINSON; ONE DAUGHTER: BETTY MANRIQUEZ OF TEXAS; 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR PEGGY CLEER IVEY SMITH WILL BE HELD SUNDAY DURING THE REGULAR WORSHIP SERVICE AT ABUNDANT LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE GILES COUNTY HUMANE ASSOCIATION. BENNETT MAY GILES COUNT FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

DOYCE WENDELL BALCH, 87, OF LEXINGTON DIED TUESDAY. HE WAS A NAVY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR TWO AND RETIRED FROM SHEFFIELD FORD MOTOR COMPANY. HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: DENNIS, JIM AND KEITH BALCH; THREE DAUGHTERS: ANN TAYLOR, JUDY GRISHAM AND KATHY MCCAIN; 14 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 22 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DOYCE WENDELL BALCH WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2 AT NEBO CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN NEBO CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 2 AT THE CHURCH. GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

MARVIN EDWARD "BECK" BECKER, 94, OF LEOMA DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS A RETIRED PLUMBER, AN ARMY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR TWO, A MEMBER OF AMERICAN LEGION POST 146, T-V-J, AND LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, DOT JOHNS BECKER; ONE SON: RONALD BECKER OF ALABAMA; ONE SISTER: EUNICE FALWAY OF WASHINGTON; 4 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARVIN EDWARD "BECK" BECKER WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

JERRY DAVID ROSSON, 61, OF LEOMA DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS EMPLOYED AT DURA. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER, MARTHA BROWN AND ONE SISTER, KAREN ANNETTE WHITE BOTH OF LEOMA. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JERRY DAVID ROSSON WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN CENTER POINT METHODIST CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1 AT THE CHURCH. LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

AGNES MAE WHITE YARBER, 101, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF MEADOWVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE STEP-SON: HOWARD YARBER OF HUNTSVILLE, AND TWO BROTHERS: FRANKLIN WHITE OF JACKSON AND RAY WHITE OF SUMMERTOWN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR AGNES MAE WHITE YARBER WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN JOHN LAY CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.

 

 

SHARRON J. TIEDJENS, 68, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MARCH 15TH. SHE WAS A BUSINESS OWNER AND A MEMBER OF LAWRENCEBURG CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP. SHE IS SURVIVED BY 4 SONS: MATTHEW JOHNS OF LAWRENCEBURG, CHRISTOPHER JOHNS OF SPRING HILL, TOM TIEDJENS OF WISCONSIN, AND JOHN TIEDJENS OF NEVADA; 2 DAUGHTERS: NANCY BIGOT OF FLORIDA AND JEAN KUCY OF VIRGINIA; AND 9 GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR SHARRON J. TIEDJENS WILL BE SUNDAY, MARCH 29TH AT 4:00 AT WLX RADIO. HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

THELMA EZELL, 91, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TODAY (FRIDAY). SHE WAS RETIRED FROM SALANT AND SALANT AND A MEMBER OF MEADOW VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: KAREN ROGERS OF ALABAMA AND NELDA EZELL OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE BROTHER: HOWARD YARBROUGH OF HUNTSVILLE; 4 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THELMA EZELL WILL BE SUNDAY AT 4:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BONNERTOWN CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

SARAH F. DAVIS, 23, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY. SHE WAS A PSYCHOLOGIST WITH CENTERSTONE. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER FATHER, FREDDIE DAVIS AND HER MOTHER, BRENDA OLIVER; AND ONE SISTER: TERRI KELLEY ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SARAH F. DAVIS WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN NEW SALEM CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 2 UNTIL 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE SARAH DAVIS MEMORIAL FUND AT FIRST FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK.

 

 

SUSAN ANN USREY, 47, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.SHE WAS A MEMBER OF PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, CRAIG USREY; ONE DAUGHTER: PRISCILLA DANIELS OF ALABAMA; ONE SON: TRAVIS USREY OF LAWRENCEBURG; HER FATHER: DAVID ORMAN; HER MOTHER: POK KIM WELCHER; ONE SISTER: SONIE ALEXANDRE OF ALABAMA; AND 2 GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR SUSAN ANN USREY WILL BE SATURDAY AT 4:00 AT PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 3 TO 4 AT THE CHURCH. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LUPUS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA. HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

JAMES "SAGER" COX, 83, OF FIVE POINTS DIED THURSDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM M-FINE AND A MEMBER OF FIVE POINTS BAPTIST CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, AUDREY MCMASTERS WILBURN COX; ONE DAUGHTER: VICKIE WILLIAMS OF NASHVILLE; ONE SON: JAMES COX OF FIVE POINTS; 4 STEP-DAUGHTERS: DESDA IRWIN OF FIVE POINTS, DEBBIE NEWTOWN AND SHARON BENNETT BOTH OF MICHIGAN, AND DORIS DRYSDALE; ONE STEP-SON: ROBERT WILBURN BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE BROTHER:CARL "MONK" COX OF MOULTON; ONE SISTER: BETTY NORWOOD OF FIVE POINTS; 4 GRANDCHILDREN; 8 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN; 12 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN; AND 9 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES "SAGER" COX WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN UNION HILL CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

LEROY MICHAEL, 68, OF LEXINGTON DIED FRIDAY. HE WAS A CARPENTER AND A BAPTIST. HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: ANTHONY MICHAEL; THREE DAUGHTERS: REBECCA RICE, REGINA MICHAEL, AND TOSHA MONTGOMERY; THREE BROTHERS: COY, DOYCE AND LOYCE MICHAEL; AND 4 GRANDCHILDREN. A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR LEROY MICHAEL WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE. GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.


 

JASON DANE QUILLEN, 42, OF FLORENCE DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AND A CHRISTIAN. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER, LINDA TROUSDALE SPRINGER OF FLORENCE, AND HIS FATHER, WILLIAM CARROL QUILLEN OF KILLEN. A PRIVATE FAMILY SERVICE FOR JASON DANE QUILLEN WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE. GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.


 

MICHAEL "REV" DALE NUNLEY, 61, DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS A NATIVE OF GILES COUNTY. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS PARENTS, FRANK AND DOROTHY NUNLEY; THREE SONS: TERRI, CHAD, AND COREY NUNLEY ALL OF ANDERSON; THREE BROTHERS: ANDY AND RICHARD NUNLEY BOTH OF ANDERSON AND NATHAN NUNLEY OF FIVE POINTS; TWO SISTERS: SANDRA WEIGART OF ANDERSON AND DONNA RAY OF ROGERSVILLE; 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MICHAEL "REV" DALE NUNLEY WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN MITCHELL CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE FUNERAL HOME TO HELP WITH FUNERAL EXPENSES.

 


HELEN EOLIAN SPRINGER GAITHER, 92, OF LEXINGTON DIED SUNDAY. SHE WAS A RETIRED NURSE AND A MEMBER OF LEXINGTON CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: BETTY JEAN KNIGHT; TWO BROTHERS: DOUGLAS AND JOHN LUTHER SPRINGER; AND TWO SISTERS: LURENE ALLEN AND RUBY HARRISON. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HELEN EOLIAN SPRINGER GAITHER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BARNETT CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY  FROM 11 TO 1.

 

 

FRANCIS EDWARD "EDDIE" HARDY JR., 60 OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY. THE FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE TUESDAY AT 10 AT WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN POLK MEMORIAL GARDENS. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

ROMAN MACK ADAMS, 72, OF SAINT JOSEPH DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM WILSON CASKET COMPANY AND A BAPTIST. HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE BROTHERS: MARKUS ADAMS OF LAWRENCEBURG, MICHAEL ADAMS OF SAINT JOSEPH, AND EARL HANDBACK OF FLORENCE; FIVE SISTERS: JONELL BUTLER OF SAINT JOSEPH, ELLEN WAYLAND AND GENE COZART BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, JEAN AND KATHY HANDBACK BOTH OF FLORENCE; THREE GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE GREAT-GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ROMAN MACK ADAMS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SAINT JOSEPH METHODIST CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 5 TO 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE FUNERAL HOME TO HELP WITH FUNERAL EXPENSES.

 

 

EVONNA ANN BROWN PORTER, 80, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF SALEM CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, LINDON PORTER; THREE SONS: TIM PORTER OF LAWRENCEBURG, STEVE AND GARY PORTER BOTH OF MURFREESBORO; 4 GRANCHILDREN; AND 2 GREAT-GRANCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EVONNA ANN BROWN PORTER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TODAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

DONALD REID SMITH JUNIOR, 55, OF MISSOURI DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS ASSISTANT GROUNDSKEEPER AT BRIDGETON MUNICIPAL ATHLETIC COMLEX AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: BRANDI KAY SMITH OF ROGERSVILLE; HIS FATHER: DONALD SMITH OF LEXINGTON; TWO BROTHERS: JERRY SMITH OF KILLEN AND RONALD SMITH OF LEXINGTON; AND TWO SISTERS: CONNIE PILGROM OF RUSSELLVILLE AND TAWNA EVANS OF MISSOURI. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DONALD REID SMITH JUNIOR WILLBE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MITCHELL CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 6 TO 8.

 

 

VIRGIL HOLT CUMMINGS, 65, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED MONDAY. HE WAS A RETIRED SCHOOL TEACHER AND A MEMBER OF NEW SALEM CHURCH OF GOD. HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: JESSIE CUMMINGS OF ETHRIDGE; AND TWO SISTERS: CAROLYN SOUTH AND ROBERTA CHENNAULT BOTH OF SUMMERTOWN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR VIRGIL HOLT CUMMINGS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN NEW SALEM CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

ERIK COOPER HEADRICK, THE INFANT SON OF CONOR HEADRICK AND HAYLEE SPRINGER OF LEOMA DIED FRIDAY. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS, HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: KASE ZEIS HEADRICK; HIS GRANDPARENTS: MICHELLE HEADRICK, MICHAEL AND JESSICA SPRINGER ALL OF LEOMA, AMBER AND TONY MILLER OF SAINT FLORIAN; HIS GREAT-GRANDPARENTS: PEGGY HEADRICK, LINDA AND RONNIE SPRINGER AND VICKIE AND RONNIE MASHBURN ALL OF LEOMA. A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR ERIK COOPER HEADRICK WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT CENTER POINT METHODIST CEMETERY.

 

 

JAMES EDWARD CHAPMAN, 50, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TODAY (MONDAY). HE WAS A FORMER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER, AN EMPLOYEE AT AUTOZONE, AND A MEMBER OF THE PENTECOSTAL FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, LISA CHAPMAN; ONE SON: ALEX BRANDON CHAPMAN; ONE DAUGHTER: ALICIA BEANN CHAPMAN BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; HIS PARENTS: HENRY AND DORA LEE CHAPMAN; ONE SISTER: BRENDA BURKHALTER OF NEW MEXICO; TWO BROTHERS: LEONARD CHAPMAN OF LAWRENCEBURG AND BILLY CHAPMAN OF ALABAMA. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JAMES EDWARD CHAPMAN WILL BE THURSDAY EVENING AT 6:15 AT UNITED CHURCH. WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

BONNIE LEE ANDERSON, 56, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, RONALD ANDERSON; ONE SON: JOHNNY WARD BOTH OF PULASKI; TWO DAUGHTERS: MELINDA PRICHARD OF CALIFORNIA, AND KELLY HAMLETT OF ALABAMA; HER MOTHER, SHIRLEY WARD OF PULASKI; ONE SISTER: SHIRLEY MOORE OF ALABAMA; AND 7 GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BONNIE LEE ANDERSON WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

JAMES T. JONES, 52, OF LEXINGTON DIED MONDAY. HE WAS A SELF-EMPLOYED CARPENTER AND A BAPTIST. HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: CHRISTOPHER AND THERON JONES; ONE DAUGHTER: REBECKAH ROBINSON; ONE BROTHER: MARK JONES; TWO SISTERS: SHERI STULTS AND DEANNA MILLER; AND 10 GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JAMES T. JONES WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 6 UNTIL 8.

 

 

NATHALEE PERRY, 79, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY. SHE WAS RETIRED FROM KAY WINDSOR, A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH, A FOSTER GRANDPARENT FOR THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM, AND A MEMBER OF MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: TINA CLIFFT OF LAWRENCEBURG AND TRICIA JAMES OF LEOMA; THREE BROTHERS: MATHADEE, DONNY, AND DANNY CLAYTON; ONE SISTER: CONNIE BROWN ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NATHALEE PERRY WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN NEW MOUNT LEBANON CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

ISABEL CARMEN DE LA CUETARA, 76, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF LAWRENCEBURG SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: FELIX MADRIGAL OF TEXAS AND ONE SISTER: MATILDE BARTUREN OF LOUISIANA. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ISABEL CARMEN DE LA CUETARA WILL BE THURSDAY AT 10:30 AT SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN CALVARY CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS AND HOLD A PRAYER SERVICE THURSDAY FROM 9 TO 10:15 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

DORIS DANIEL HUSKEY, 79, OF HENDERSONVILLE DIED SUNDAY. SHE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, A RETIRED POSTMASTER FOR THE POSTAL SERVICE, A MEMBER IF N-A-P-U-S AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: LEE ANN GRAY PINGER OF HENDERSONVILLE AND NINA MARIE DANIELS OF NASHVILLE; ONE SON: WILLIAM SCOTT DANIELS OF NEW YORK; ONE SISTER: SHIRLEY DANIELS OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO BROTHERS: LARRY "PETE" DANIEL OF THOMPSON STATION AND DAVID DANIEL OF LAWRENCEBURG; 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE GREAT GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DORIS DANIEL HUSKEY WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SAINT JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL.

 

 

JOHN H. FLEEMAN, 79, OF NEW PROSPECT DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM FLEEMAN CARRIERS AND A MEMBER OF NEW PROSPECT UNITED METHODIST CHRUCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, FAYE FLEEMAN; ONE DAUGHTER: HOLLY CARPENTER OF CORDOVA; TWO SONS: JOHNNY AND JIM FLEEMAN BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO BROTHERS: J.E. AND ROY FLEEMAN BOTH OF NEW PROSPECT; FIVE GRANDCHILDREN; AND EIGHT GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOHN H. FLEEMAN WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEW PROSPECT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN MAY CEMETERY. THE BODY WILL LIE IN STATE AT THE CHURCH ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE SERVICE. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE HUMANE SOCIETY OR TO ABIGAIL'S PLAN.

 

 

PAUL HOWARD FRANKLIN, 64, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS OF THE CHURCH OF GOD FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: TERESA BUTLER OF LORETTO; TWO BROTHERS: LEMAN AND LELAN FRANKLIN BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; FOUR SISTERS: RUTH WILLIAMS OF SEVIERVILLE, ARTHIEAL TODD, SYBLE STEPHENSON AND RESSIE SMITH ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; AND 2 GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PAUL HOWARD FRANKLIN WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT WORD OF LIFE MINISTRIES. LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

GWINN PHILLIPS CARPENTER, 80, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY. SHE WAS CO-OWNER OF GILES COUNTY FURNITURE AND A MEMBER OF SECOND STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, L-F CARPENTER JUNIOR; TWO SONS: PHIL CARPENTER OF PULASKI AND MIKE CARPENTER OF NASHVILLE; ONE DAUGHTER: PHYLLIS GERLACH-OWENS; ONE SISTER: CAROLYN PHILLIPS HAYES BOTH OF PULASKI; 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GWINN PHILLIPS CARPENTER WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 1 TO 2:45.

 

 

PATRICIA ANN MCGEE KEPHART, 65, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY. SHE WAS AN EMPLOYEE OF MURRAY OHIO, AND A HOMEMAKER. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: BARBARA THOMAS OF SUMMERTOWN; TWO SONS: DONNIE AND STEVEN HALL BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE SISTER: DIANNE FISHER OF LEOMA; TWO BROTHERS: DENNIS MCGEE OF LEOMA, AND WILLIAM "W-L" MCGEE OF LAWRENCEBURG; 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR PATRICIA ANN MCGEE KEPHART WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BLAIR CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.

 

 

CHARLES BEDFORD LANNING SENIOR, 82, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY. HE WAS A RETIRED DENTIST, AN AIR FORCE VETERAN, AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHERS: SHERRY HENKEL OF SPRING HILL AND RHONDA FRAKES OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO SONS: CHARLES LANNING OF LEBANON AND TIM LANNING OF LEOMA; ONE BROTHER: BOB LANNING OF LAWRENCEBURG; SIX SISTERS: JOANN APPLETON, NANCY CROWDER, PATSY MORGAN AND FRANCES RAYFIELD ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, PEGGY DEAN OF NASHVILLE, AND LILLIAN HENSON OF KNOXVILLE; 10 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 19 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES BEDFORD LANNING SENIOR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LAWRENCE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY.

 

 

LURLINE LINDSEY, 83, OF LEOMA DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND OF THE PENTACOSTAL FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, WILLIAM L. LINDSEY SENIOR OF REVILO; TWO DAUGHTERS: KARRON LINDSEY OF REVILO AND HELEN BRYANT OF MARYVILLE; TWO SONS: WILLIAM LINDSEY JUNIOR OF REVILO AND ROLAND DALE LINDSEY OF COLUMBIA; TWO SISTERS: JOYCE LINDSEY OF REVILO AND HESTER COLLIER OF FIVE POINTS; THREE GRANDCHILDREN; AND TWO GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LURLINE LINDSEY WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT TRINITY LIFE TABERNACLE CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN TRINITY LIFE TABERNACLE CEMETERY. THE BODY WILL LIE IN STATE AT THE CHURCH ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE SERVICE. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

HOWARD GAYLE LITTRELL, 75, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO, AN AIR FORCE VETERAN, A MEMBER OF AMERICAN LEGION POST 146, AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, PATRICIA SVETKOVICH LITTRELL; ONE SON: KEITH LITTRELL OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO DAUGHTERS: KAREN LITTRELL WILLIAMS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND MOLLIE LITTRELL OF ALABAMA; ONE SISTER: CLARA MCCLANAHAN OF MISSOURI; TWO BROTHERS: AL LITTRELL OF TEXAS AND DALE LITTRELL OF LORETTO; 5 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR HOWARD GAYLE LITTRELL WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 7. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION.

 

 

JUDY LAYNE LANG, 72, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A BAPTIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, ROBERT LANG; 4 SONS: ROBERT, RANDY, STANLEY, AND TAWANNA LANG; 2 DAUGHTERS: CINDY SHERLENE BELL AND SHERRY ELNORA CORBIN ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; 20 GRANDCHILDREN; 24 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN; AND 4 GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JUDY LAYNE LANG WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 10:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN DOBBINS CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 2 UNTIL 5.

 

 

HOWARD GAYLE LITTRELL, 75, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO, AN AIR FORCE VETERAN, A MEMBER OF AMERICAN LEGION POST 146, AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, PATRICIA SVETKOVICH LITTRELL; ONE SON: KEITH LITTRELL OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO DAUGHTERS: KAREN LITTRELL WILLIAMS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND MOLLIE LITTRELL OF ALABAMA; ONE SISTER: CLARA MCCLANAHAN OF MISSOURI; TWO BROTHERS: AL LITTRELL OF TEXAS AND DALE LITTRELL OF LORETTO; 5 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR HOWARD GAYLE LITTRELL WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 7. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION.


 

KATHERINE "JILL" AYERS, 88, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED SATURDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: ROY AYERS AND GLENN AYERS BOTH OF SUMMERTOWN AND MICHAEL AYERS OF HENRYVILLE; TWO DAUGHTERS: LEANN SHRADER OF HENRYVILLE, AND CHARLYN CALTON OF MOUNT PLEASANT. ONE SISTER: JOAN NASH OF SUMMERTOWN; 17 GRANDCHILDREN; 34 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR KATHERINE "JILL" AYERS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHADY GROVE CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TODAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

JEAN COOK SPRINGER, 57 OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS A CARE GIVER AND OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON, BILL LAND AND ONE DAUGHTER, JORDAN LAND BOTH OF MICHIGAN; ONE BROTHER, JOHN WILLIAM COOK JUNIOR OF SUMMERTOWN; TWO SISTERS, LINDA KAY JOHNSON OF MOUNT JULIET AND JOAN COOK; AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JEAN COOK SPRINGER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL TO IN CENTERPOINT METHODIST CEMETERY.VISITATION WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5:00 UNTIL 8:00.

 

 

DOROTHY D. KELLEY, 84, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: BRENDA SMITH OF BIRMINGHAM, AND BETTINA SMITH OF LAWRENCEBURG; 5 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 11 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DOROTHY D. KELLEY WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BUMPAS CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.

 

 

LINDA GIST FOSSETT, 68, OF IOWA DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS A NATIVE OF KILLEN, A SCHEDULER FOR T-V-A, RETIRED FROM EXELON CORPORATION, CO-AUTHOR OF A THE COOKBOOK "FRIENDS COOK VEGETABLES THEN AND NOW", AND A VOLUNTEER FOR THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, CEDERIC FOSSETT; ONE SON: BYRON MCDOUGAL OF KILLEN; AND ONE BROTHER: RICHARD GIST OF FLORENCE. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LINDA GIST FOSSETT WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN ATLAS CHURCH OF CHRIST CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 


RONALD CARL SPRINGER, 54, OF FLORENCE DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS SELF EMPLOYED.  HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE BROTHERS: KENNY SPRINGER OF TUSCALOOSA, DONNIE SPRINGER OF FAYETTEVILLE, AND DANNY SPRINGER; AND HIS STEP-MOTHER, PEGGY SPRINGER BOTH OF FLORENCE. A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR RONALD CARL SPRINGER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT RICHARDSON CHAPEL CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 3 TO 6 AT DOUBLEHEAD RESORT MAIN LODGE. GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 


GEORGE STEPHEN HUTTON, 56, OF LORETTO DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS A TRUCK DRIVER, OWNED A REPOSSESSION BUSINESS AND TAZ AND SON CUSTOM CREATIONS. HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DUSTIN HALL HUTTON OF LORETTO; HIS PARENTS: GEORGE AND JUDITH HUTTON; AND ONE SISTER: LAURA ANN FISHER ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GEORGE STEPHEN HUTTON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.


 

JOHNNY HUGHES, 69, OF SAINT JOSEPH DIED THURSDAY. HE WAS AN EMPLOYEE OF BIGBEE STEEL, AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE VIETNAM WAR, AND A MEMBER OF THE BURNS CHAPEL CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, KATHY PRINCE HUGHES; ONE SON, MARK HUGHES OF SAINT JOSEPH; TWO BROTHERS, JIMMY AND HERBERT HUGHES BOTH OF ALABAMA; TWO SISTERS, JUDY CRAIG OF WEST VIRGINIA AND LINDA MICHAEL OF CENTER HILL; AND TWO STEP-SISTERS, ANN HILL AND SHELIA HAMMOND. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOHNNY HUGHES WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN CEDAR GROVE CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.


 

ROMAN LEONARD PAWLOWSKI, 85, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY. HE WAS A RETIRED SALESMAN FOR TRIPLE A COMPANY, AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN CONFLICT, A MEMBER OF THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, THE V-F-W, AND SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SISTER: GERTRUDE BRACH; ONE STEP-SON: LARRY MAPLES BOTH OF MICHIGAN; AND FIVE STEP-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ROMAN LEONARD PAWLOWSKI WILL BE TUESDAY AT 10:30 AT SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TODAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH A ROSARY SERVICE AT 7:00. MEMORIAL MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY.

 

 

EVELYN HULME COLVIN, 90, OF PULASKI DIED THURSDAY. SHE WAS A RETIRED GILES COUNTY SCHOOL TEACHER AND A MEMBER OF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: LUCY COLVIN OWENS OF FRANKLIN; TWO SISTERS: HARRIET FOLEY OF NASHVILLE AND LOUISE NANTS OF GEORGIA; TWO GRANDCHILDREN; FOUR GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN; AND ONE STEP-GREAT GRANDCHILD. A FAMILY GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR EVELYN HULME COLVIN WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO GILES COUNTY ADOPTABLE ANGELS OR TO THE GILES COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY. BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.


 

JAY FRED GERNERT, 76 OF MINOR HILL DIED FEBRUARY 12TH. HE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF STANLEY TOOLS, OWNER OF J-J ELECTRONICS & SON, A MEMBER OF THE PACE CAR CLUB AND  MINOR HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,  . HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, JOAN YAEGER GERNERT; TWO SONS, KEITH GERNERT OF ALABAMA AND ERIC GERNERT OF MICHIGAN; TWO DAUGHTERS, KIM MARIE KITZLER OF GEORGIA AND KATHY WILSON OF ALABAMA; THREE SISTERS, MARY STRICKER, KATHIE GERNERT AND DEBRA KRAUSE; AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JAY FRED GERNERT WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT MINOR HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION, THE DIABETES ASSOCIATION, OR SAINT THOMAS WEST HOSPITAL. BENNETT-MAY-GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.


 

MARY LOU ANDERSON PHILLIPS, 93, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY. SHE WAS RETIRED FROM FOREST HILLS SPORTSWEAR AND A MEMBER OF IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SISTERS: GERTRUDE WALLACE OF LEXINGTON AND WILLIE DONOVAN OF INDIANA; AND SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY LOU ANDERSON PHILLIPS WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BETHSADIA BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SUNDAY  FROM NOON UNTIL 1:00

 

 

CHARLES ALLEN MCCORMACK, 94, OF LEWISBURG DIED TUESDAY. HE WAS A RETIRED FARMER AND A NAVY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR TWO. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, DOROTHY JEAN MORGAN MCCORMACK; ONE SON: CHUCK MCCORMACK OF PULASKI; TWO DAUGHTERS: SALLIE WILLIAMS OF LINDEN AND SUE ANN FOX OF COLUMBIA; TWO SISTERS: DOROTHY ROBISON OF INDIANA AND VELMA CAMPBELL OF WEST VIRGINIA; 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES ALLEN MCCORMACK WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDEN. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 10 UNTIL 1:00.

 

 

WILLIAM "TOMMY" THOMAS LANCASTER, 71, OF NASHVILLE DIED MONDAY. HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, A RETIRED TRUCK DRIVER AND HIGHWAY UTILITY MAN FOR METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE. HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SISTERS: NADINE MARLIN AND FADINE HORTON IVEY BOTH OF NASHVILLE; AND MANY NIECES AND NEPHEWS. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM "TOMMY" THOMAS LANCASTER WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00  AT LORETTOR MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN CEDAR GROVE CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 3 TO 8.

 

 

WANDA LEE ALI, 56, OF FLORENCE DIED TUESDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND OF THE PENTECOSTAL FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: TABATHA ANN BROWN; TWO SISTERS: ELIZABETH FAY MONTGOMERY AND LINDA MILLER; AND 3 GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WANDA LEE ALI WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN EMMALINE STUTTS CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 10 TO 11.

 

 

DONALD THOMAS TAYLOR SENIOR, 84, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA, AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN CONFLICT, A MEMBER OF MIMOSA LODGE 542, LAWRENCEBURG ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR 103, AND MEADOW VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE DENE ROOKER TAYLOR; TWO SONS: DONNIE TAYLOR JUNIOR OF PULASKI AND MARK RANDALL TAYLOR OF HENDERSONVILLE; ONE DAUGHTER: BARBARA GIST OF COOKEVILLE; ONE SISTER: CHRISTINE BLACK OF HENRYVILLE; 7 GRANDCHILDREN; 3 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN; AND 11 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DONALD THOMAS TAYLOR SENIOR WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GUM SPRINGS CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO MEADOW VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH.

 

 

JAY FRED GERNERT, 76 OF MINOR HILL DIED THURSDAY. HE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF STANLEY TOOLS, OWNER OF J-J ELECTRONICS & SON, A MEMBER OF THE PACE CAR CLUB AND  MINOR HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,  . HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, JOAN YAEGER GERNERT; TWO SONS, KEITH GERNERT OF ALABAMA AND ERIC GERNERT OF MICHIGAN; TWO DAUGHTERS, KIM MARIE KITZLER OF GEORGIA AND KATHY WILSON OF ALABAMA; THREE SISTERS, MARY STRICKER, KATHIE GERNERT AND DEBRA KRAUSE; AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JAY FRED GERNERT WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE. DONATIONS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION, THE DIABETES ASSOCIATION, OR SAINT THOMAS WEST HOSPITAL. BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

JLYNN HAMILTON PACE, 70, OF SAINT JOSEPH DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO MANUFACTURING AND ATTENDED LORETTO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, ELAINE MCGEE PACE; ONE SON: JASON PACE; TWO SISTERS: SHIRLEY ELLIS AND PEGGY WRIGHT. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JLYNN HAMILTON PACE WILL BE THURSDAY AT 10 AT LORETTO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN LORETTO SCARED HEART CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH A PRAYER SERVICE AT 7:30.

 

 

EDITH FRANCES HENSON HARTSFIELD, 79, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND ATTENDED SUMMERTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH AND ROCK SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS, ROBERT HARTSFIELD JUNIOR AND JOHNNY HARTSFIELD BOTH OF SUMMERTOWN AND JOE HARTSFIELD OF COLUMBIA; ONE SISTER, GINGER BARKER OF NASHVILLE; NINE GRANDCHILDREN AND EIGHT GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EDITH FRANCES HENSON HARTSFIELD WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT AT 1:00 AT LAWRENCE FUNERAL HOME  WITH BURIAL IN ROSE HILL CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  

 

 

NELLIE KING KEATHLEY, 82, OF PULASKI DIED THURSDAY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, EDWARD KEATHLEY; TWO DAUGHTERS: SANDY PEREZ OF KANSAS, AND ANDREA DYER OF PULASKI; TWO SONS: EDWARD KEATHLEY OF MISSOURI, AND JOHN KEATHLEY OF FLORIDA; ONE SISTER: MAGGIE HOWELL OF MICHIGAN; 9 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 11 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. A  GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR NELLIE KING KEATHLEY WILL BE TUESDAY AT NOON AT SALEM CEMETERY. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO EPHESUS CHURCH OF CHRIST. BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

AMANDA CAROL GLOVER, 38, OF PULASKI DIED TUESDAY. SHE WAS EMPLOYED AT SPEARS COAST LINE. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: COURTNEY BURCHELL; TWO SONS: AUSTIN BURCHELL AND COLE FARR; HER FATHER AND STEP-MOTHER: EDWARD WAYNE AND DEBBIE GLOVER ALL OF PULASKI; TWO SISTERS: KRISTY LONG OF PULASKI AND ASHLEY GLOVER OF COLUMBIA; ONE STEP-SISTER: MISTY RAGASA; TWO STEP-BROTHERS: RICKEY AND JEFFREY ALLEN; AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR AMANDA CAROL GLOVER WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT HILL CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

EVA JOY WADE, 77, OF MINOR HILL DIED THURSDAY. SHE WAS A PRESCHOOL TEACHER, AND A MEMBER OF MINOR HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, BOBBY WADE; ONE DAUGHTER: SHERRY LYNN BASTIN OF ALABAMA; ONE SON: JEFFREY TRENT WADE OF MURFREESBORO; FOUR SISTERS: WARRENE GREENLEE, GLENDA BLACK, JANELLE HOPKINS AND MELBA BRASWELL; ONE BROTHER: PAUL BLACK; AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EVA JOY WADE WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLAINVIEW CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO MINOR HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST.

 

 

JOHN WALTER ADAMS, JUNIOR, 97, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM BOB BAIZE MOTORS, AN ARMY VETERAN, AND A MEMBER OF TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH. A GRAVESIDE SERVICE WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT JOHN LAY CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS. NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 


IRENE SCOTT, 96, OF PULASKI DIED FEBRUARY 1ST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: GARY SCOTT OF PULASKI; ONE DAUGHTER: KAY YOUNG OF NEW JERSEY; ONE BROTHER: KENNETH GILES OF PENNSYLVANIA; ONE SISTER: CORA MAE RECTOR OF KENTUCKY; 8 GRANDCHILDREN; 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN; AND 5 GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR IRENE SCOTT WILL BE FRIDAY AT 5:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE NEW ZION BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDING FUND.

 


BOBBY SHAN JERNIGAN, 49, OF PULASKI DIED JANUARY 31ST. HE WAS A NAVY VETERAN OF THE KUWAIT CONFLICT...ASSIGNED TO THE U-S-S TARAWA L-H-A ASSAULT FORCE. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS FATHER, BOBBY JERNIGAN; AND TWO BROTHERS: STEVE AND STACY JERNIGAN. A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR BOBBY SHAN JERNIGAN WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT GILES MEMORY GARDEN WITH MILITARY HONORS. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE TRENT HOLT SCHOLARSHIP FUND.

 


MARGARET ANN AYERS SANDS, 85, OF HUNTSVILLE DIED SATURDAY. SHE WAS A LAWRENCE COUNTY NATIVE, RETIRED FROM REDSTONE ARSENAL, AND A MEMBER OF WEATHERLY HEIGHTS CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER NIECE AND NEPHEW: ANDY AYERS AND AVA AYERS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARGARET ANN AYERS SANDS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 5:00 AT SPRY FUNERAL HOME. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 3 TO 5. THE BODY WILL LIE IN STATE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL NOON AT SALEM CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN BUMPASS CEMETERY AT 12:30.

 


FLOYD DEMPSEY RISNER, JUNIOR, 61, OF COLLINWOOD DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO MANUFACTURING COMPANY AND A MEMBER OF CORNERSTONE CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, SHIRLEY "ANGEL" RISNER; TWO SONS: TERRY AND JOE RISNER; THREE DAUGHTERS: BECKY PATTERSON AND DONNA PARTAIN ALL OF COLLINWOOD AND DEBBIE MASHBURN OF LORETTO; TWO BROTHERS: DAVID AND JOHNNY PAUL RISNER; FOUR SISTERS: MARGIE RAY, LINDA GUZMAN, AND MARYLYNN BOUTWELL ALL OF COLLINWOOD, AND MARTHA PETERSON OF GEORGIA; 17 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR FLOYD DEMPSEY RISNER, JUNIOR WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 3:00 AT CORNERSTONE CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN JACKSON CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 6 TO 9 AND WEDNESDAY FROM 10 UNTIL 3:00 AT THE CHURCH. SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.


 

RAYMOND "R-C" CYLVESTER LUNA, 78, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY INCORPORATED AND A MEMBER OF UNITY CHURCH OF GOD. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, ESTELL CARTER LUNA; TWO SONS: MIKE AND JEFF LUNA; TWO DAUGHTERS: ANN BAIRD AND CAROLYN SHULTZ ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO BROTHERS: EDMOND LUNA OF SUMMERTOWN AND DAVID LUNA OF LORETTO; ONE SISTER: RUTHY JANE HOUSER OF LAWRENCEBURG; SEVERAL HALF-BROTHERS AND HALF-SISTERS; 7 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RAYMOND "R-C" CYLVESTER LUNA WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN UNITY CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.


 

M-L CLEMMONS, 92, OF LEXINGTON DIED MONDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM REYNOLDS ALUMINUM AND A MEMBER OF CENTER HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST. HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: LARRY CLEMMONS OF LEXINGTON AND DAVID CLEMMONS OF KILLEN; AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR M-L CLEMMONS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN NORTH CAROLINA CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2:00.

 

LINDA GAIL THOMAS SPURGEON, 64, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS A SEAMSTRESS AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSDAND, BILLY SPURGEON, SENIOR; ONE SON: JOHNNY EARL KIRBY; ONE DAUGHTER: TONYA FAITH COPELAND; TWO BROTHERS: PAUL EDWARD THOMAS AND WADE HANNAH; FIVE SISTERS: WILMA SUE THOMAS LAWSON, ROBIN YVONNE HARPER, FRANCES VICTORIA THOMAS HENEGAR, KATHY GENE HANNAH AND PATRICIA GENETT HANNAH ALL OF KNOXVILLE; 8 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LINDA GAIL THOMAS SPURGEON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1:00.

 

EDWARD H. "ED" MARSTON, 85, OF LEOMA DIED WEDNESDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION, A DAIRY FARMER, AND A MEMBER OF ANTIOCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, ANNIE GREEN MARSTON; TWO DAUGHTERS: DEBRA BARNETT OF LEOMA AND RITA BECK OF ETHRIDGE; ONE SON: NATHAN MARSTON OF LEOMA; ONE SISTER: MARTHA DICKEY OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE BROTHER: JOHN MARSTON OF LEOMA; SIX GRANCHILDREN; AND EIGHT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EDWARD H. "ED" MARSTON WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT ANTIOCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN FREEMAN CEMETERY. THE BODY WILL LIE IN STATE ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE SERVICE. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ANTIOCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH BUILDING FUND.

 

 

CAROLE DENISE RICHARDSON, 56, OF PROSPECT DIED SATURDAY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, RANDY RICHARDSOM; ONE DAUGHTER: LEIGH KELLEY MOORE; ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: AMANDA HUTT; ONE STEP-SON: JAMIE RICHARDSON; TWO SISTERS: PEGGY WHITE WOODWARD AND SHERRY WHITE HARRISON; AND 7 GRANDCHILDREN. A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR CAROLE DENISE RICHARDSON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT GILES MEMORY GARDENS. MEMORIALS MAY BE  MADE TO THE GILES COUNTY HUMANE ASSOCIATION. BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

RAMONA SIMONE BEVERIDGE, 76, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY. SHE WAS A FORMER PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER, A FARMER, CO-OWNER OF RAMLYN ACRES, A MEMBER OF THE GILES COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, AND A CHARTER MEMBER OF THE GILES COUNTY HUMANE ASSOCIATION. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER MOTHER, VIVIAN JUNE BEVERIDGE; ONE SISTER: PATRICIA SUE PILOT OF KANSAS; AND SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR RAMONA SIMONE BEVERIDGE WILL BE SATURDAY AT 4:00 AT MOUNT MORIAH CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 2 TO 4 AT THE CHURCH. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE GILES COUNTY HUMANE ASSOCIATION. BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

JERRY DALE WILCOXSON, 74 OF JACKSON, DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCEBURG, A TEACHER AND COACH AT BETHEL UNIVERSITY. HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: KATY COULTIER AND ANNETTE GALLOWAY; TWO SISTERS: JEANETTE YATES OF LAWRENCEBURG, AND CAROLE BREWER OF FLORIDA; AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR JERRY DALE WILCOXSON WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE AT LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 TO 6 AT BRUMMITT MCKENZIE FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

EDDIE ARNOLD MCMAHAN, 62, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY. HE WAS A CONSTRUCTION WORKER. HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: JENNIFER STEPHENSON AND AMY MCMAHAN; FOUR BROTHERS: VERNON MCMAHAN, JIMMY LEE MCMAHAN, AND TERRY MCMAHAN ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, AND HOWARD MCMAHAN OF ARDMORE; TWO SISTERS: SARAH CHARLENE WHITE OF NASHVILLE AND HELEN FAYE MCMAHAN OF LAWRENCEBURG; AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EDDIE ARNOLD MCMAHAN WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

MINNIE FRANCES HOUSTON MASSEY, 62, OF PULASKI DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS EMPLOYED BY HILLSIDE HOSPITAL AND FRANKING VENDING AND A MEMBER OF TAYLOR STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, RANDY MASSEY SENIOR; THREE DAUGHTERS: DONNA FRIERSON OF COLUMBIA, MELISSA CASSANDRA STARKS, SANDY STEVENS; ONE SON RANDY GENE MASSEY ALL OF PULASKI; THREE BROTHERS: SAM DAVIS HOUSTON JUNIOR, TERRY HOUSTON BOTH OF PULASKI, AND CLIFTON HOUSTON OF FLORIDA; TWO SISTERS: SHIRLEY BROWN AND BERENETTA HOUSTON BOTH OF PULASKI; AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN. A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR MINNIE FRANCES HOUSTON MASSEY WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT NOON AT MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 7 AT BENNET MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

CHARLES DAVID ALSUP, 78, OF PULASKI DIED TODAY (MONDAY). HE WAS RETIRED FROM GILES COUNTY FURNITURE, A MEMBER OF THE PULASKI FIRE DEPARTMENT AND CIVIL DEFENSE AND RESCUE SQUAD. HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: DAVID ALSUP OF PULASKI AND CHRIS ALSUP OF NASHVILLE; TWO SISTERS: HELEN COPIN OF ARKANSAS AND JUDY CRABTREE OF PULASKI; AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES DAVID ALSUP WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILE MEMORY GARDENS. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE GILES COUNTY FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE OR TO STELLA CEMETERY.

 

 

THOMAS M. GLADNEY, 72, OF LEOMA DIED WEDNESDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM MODINE AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, CAROLYN GLADNEY; ONE SON: BLAKE GLADNEY OF LEOMA; FOUR SISTERS: MARGIE WILLIAMS AND JUANITA CLIFFT BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, GAYNELL BENEFIELD OF SUMMERTOWN, RUTH SLATER OF LEOMA; AND ONE GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THOMAS M. GLADNEY WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LORETTO MEMORIAL GARDENS. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8.


 

EVELYN HARDWICK HOLLOWAY DAVIS, 98, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER, A MEMBER OF THE DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION, AND FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: DIANE PRICE OF GEORGIA; ONE SON: JOHN FRANKLIN DAVIS THE THIRD OF VIRGINIA; 11 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 13 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EVELYN HARDWICK HOLLOWAY DAVIS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 10 UNTIL 11. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LAWRENCEBURG FIRE DEPARTMENT.

 

MARY NELL ROBERTS CROWDER, 99, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY. SHE WAS AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER, A NURSE AT LAWRENCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, A HOMEMAKER, AND SERVED AS A VOLUNTEER FOR THE AMERICAN RED CROSS, AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, THE LAWRENCE COUNTY LIBRARY AND OTHER LOCAL CHARITIES. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB AND SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: JAMES LANDON CROWDER OF SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, JACK ROBERT CROWDER OF KINGSPORT, AND WILLIAM JOSEPH CROWDER OF MARYLAND; ONE DAUGHTER: JANE CROWDER MCCULLOUGH OF COLORADO; NINE GRANDCHILDREN; AND 14 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY NELL ROBERTS CROWDER WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2:00. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE ADVENTIST DEVELOPMENT AND RELIEF AGENCY OR TO THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

GAYLE BARBARA MILLIGAN AHART, 72 OF PULASKI DIED THURSDAY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON, DAVID AHART OF PULASKI; TWO BROTHERS, ROBERT MILLIGAN OF FLORIDA AND RICHARD MILLAGAN OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND ONE SISTER, ELAINE SCHERMAN OF NEW JERSEY. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GAYLE BARBARA MILLIGAN AHART WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2 AT BENNETT-MAY-GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 2.

 


MARJORIE ANN BURKS QUILLEN, 90, OF FLORENCE DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A METHODIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: JACKIE, BARRY, AND DARRYL QUILLEN; ONE DAUGHTER: MELISSA QUILLEN; TWO BROTHERS: HAROLD AND JIMMY BURKS; NINE GRANDCHILDREN; AND TEN GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARJORIE ANN BURKS QUILLEN WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN EMMALINE STUTTS CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.


 

THELMA LEVONE BELEW, 82, OF FLORENCE DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A RETIRED CASHIER FOR THE U-S-A-F AND A MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: PATRICIA GALE BELEW AND DEBORAH LYNN BELEW-NYQUIST; ONE SISTER: NAOMI CURTIS RICHARDSON; AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THELMA LEVONE BELEW WILL BE THURSDAY AT NOON AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN EMMALINE STUTTS CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

LEETTA SEXTON BUSTOS, 50, OF PULASKI DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS EMPLOYED AT N-H-C PULASKI. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, JOSEPH ALLEN BUSTOS; FIVE SONS: DANIEL BEVERLY OF TEXAS, JOHNNY GARRY BEST OF PULASKI, JUSTIN, NICHOLAS LEE AND JOSEPH ALLEN BUSTOS ALL OF INDIANA; THREE DAUGHTERS: LOUISE FAYETTA BEST OF PULASKI, REBECA KAY PARSONS AND RACHEL HENRY BOTH OF INDIANA; 24 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LEETTA SEXTON BUSTOS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 4:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 4:00. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE GILES COUNTY SENIOR CENTER.


 

THOMAS "TOM" RALPH WHITLER, 72, OF ETHRIDGE DIED DECEMBER 23RD. A MEMORIAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT UNITED CHURCH OF LAWRENCEBURG. WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 


TATE TIDWELL, 42, OF IRON CITY DIED FRIDAY. HE WAS A CARPENTER. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS DAUGHTER: STELLA ELIZABETH TIDWELL OF GREENHILL; HIS MOTHER: FAYE TIDWELL OF CLOVERDALE; AND ONE SISTER: MISTY PETTY OF GREENHILL. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR TATE TIDWELL WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT ROCKY FORD CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN HOLLIS CEMETERY. LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.


 

WILLIAM "BILL" LYNCH MARSH, 86, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY. HE WAS A MARINE IN THE KOREAN CONFLICT, RETIRED FROM UNION CARBIDE, A BOY SCOUT LEADER, A BOARD MEMBER OF HARBOR HOUSE AND CREATIVE ARTS NETWORK AND A MEMBER OF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, POLLY POWELL MARSH; THREE SONS: KEVAN AND DARREN MARSH AND WILL KOEHLER; ONE DAUGHTER: INGRID KOEHLER; AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM "BILL" LYNCH MARSH WILL BE FRIDAY AT 6:00 AT FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 6 AT THE CHURCH. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE BY DOING SOMETHING KIND FOR SOMEONE ELSE. NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 


SHIRLEY DEE ADAMS, 67, OF IRON CITY DIED TUESDAY. SHE WAS AN EMPLOYEE AT MISS ANNIE'S RESTAURANT AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: WILLIE AND CHRIS STULTS; THREE DAUGHTERS: CHARLOTTE HOLT, SAMANTHA ATWELL AND REBECCA CHILDERS; TWO BROTHERS: DONNIE AND PHILLIP BUTLER; ONE SISTER: JOYCE KEENER; NINE GRANDCHILDREN, AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SHIRLEY DEE ADAMS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HOLLIS CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 


DANNY PAUL LITTRELL, 60, OF LORETTO DIED TODAY (WEDNESDAY). HE WAS A NAVY VETERAN, RETIRED FROM T-V-A, AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY 3 SONS: SHANNON AND JAMIE LITTRELL BOTH OF LORETTO AND MICHAEL LITTRELL OF LEXINGTON; 1 DAUGHTER: HEATHER LITTRELL; 2 SISTERS: KAY DOTSON AND KATHY CARTER ALL OF LORETTO; AND 7 GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DANNY PAUL LITTRELL WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LORETTO CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY  FROM 5 TO 8.  

 

 

BILLY GENE POLK, 55, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY. HE WAS A RETIRED SELF-EMPLOYED CONTRACTOR. HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: HOLLY GARLAND OF CHRISTIANA; THREE SONS: BILLY RAY, MICHAEL, AND BILLY MICHAEL POLK; HIS MOTHER AND STEP-FATHER: HAZEL AND GENE KEPLINGER ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; THREE BROTHERS: BOBBY POLK OF LEBANON, DANNY POLK AND DANIEL KEPLINGER BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE SISTER: PARTICIA POLK OF MURFREESBORO; TWO STEP-SONS: MICHAEL MARTIN OF LAWRENCEBURG AND PAUL MARTIN OF ETHRIDGE; ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: LORI COZART OF LAWRENCEBURG; AND NINE GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BILLY GENE POLK WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BUMPAS CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 


MABLE REBECCA CARSON, 90, OF IRON CITY DIED WEDNESDAY. SHE WAS A BEAUTICIAN AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO BROTHERS: C-C- CARSON OF FLORENCE AND FLOYD CARSON OF ETHRIDGE. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MABLE REBECCA CARSON WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN  BLAIR CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 


BILLIE MAE PEDEN MCGEE, 84, OF FLORENCE DIED TODAY (WEDNESDAY). SHE WAS A HOUSEWIFE, TREASURER FOR STEPPING STONES FOR CHILDREN AND A MEMBER OF LONE CEDAR CHRUCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: RONNIE MCGEE OF FLAT ROCK; ONE DAUGHTER: DONNA RUTH DARBY; TWO BROTHERS: GRADY AND DOUGLAS PEDEN ALL OF FLORENCE; ONE SISTER: NELLIE HUNTER OF GEORGIA; 3 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BILLIE MAE PEDEN MCGEE WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LONE CEDAR CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8.


 

JOHNNY NOWLIN SHANDS, 78, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM BOILERMAKERS LOCAL 4-5-5 AND ATTENDED COUNTY LINE CHURCH OF CHRIST. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, PEGGY BROWN SHANDS; TWO SONS: JEFF SHANDS OF LEOMA AND DENIM SHANDS OF HENRYVILLE; THREE DAUGHTERS: CONNIE LINDSEY OF LEOMA, PATSY SHULTS AND DONNA SHANDS; ONE BROTHER: CHARLES SHANDS ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; 13 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 11 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOHNNY NOWLIN SHANDS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SPANN CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TODAY FROM 5 TO 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO COUNTY LINE CHURCH OF CHRIST.

 

 

CAROLE ELIZABETH PHILLIPS KEENER, 68, OF MINOR HILL DIED TUESDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER. SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: ROBBY PRESLEY AND BRUCE KEENER BOTH OFMINOR HILL AND STEVE KEENER OF OREGON; TWO BROTHERS: DANNY PHILLIPS OF FLORIDA AND DAVID PHILLIPS OF NORTH CAROLINA; FOUR SISTERS: BARBARA DAVIS OF FIVE POINTS, PRISCILLA GARATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, LISA JORDAN OF FLORIDA AND TINA PHILLIPS OF ATHENS; AND EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CAROLE ELIZABETH PHILLIPS KEENER WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT PETTUS-TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN DUNN CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 11 TO 1.

 

 

CHERYL JACKSON WILDS, 53, OF WHITES CREEK DIED THURSDAY (JANUARY 1ST). SHE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, A SOUTHERN GOSPEL SINGER AND SONGWRITER, ARTIST, COMEDIAN, AND A TOUR GUIDE AND ENTERTAINER AT THE FONTANEL MANSION. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, ROB WILDS; TWO DAUGHTERS: TIFFANY ETIENNE TURNER OF SAINT JOSEPH, AND SHEENA ETIENNE GENTRY OF COLUMBIA; HER MOTHER, MISSIE ARTRUE JACKSON OF SAINT JOSEPH; HER FATHER, BILL MCINTOSH OF NASHVILLE; ONE BROTHER: DAVID MCINTOSH OF LEXINGTON; AND EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN. TWO MEMORIAL SERVICES WILL BE HELD FOR CHERYL JACKSON WILDS. THE FIRST WILL BE ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH AT 2:00 AT LORETTO FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. THE SECOND WILL BE TUESDAY, JANUARY 20TH AT 6:00 AT THE FONTANEL IN WHITES CREEK. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO GILDA'S CLUB OF NASHVILLE.

 


BLAINE R. "BUZZ" MORSE SENIOR, 71 OF LEOMA DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS EMPLOYED AT THE SUMMITT OF LAWRENCEBURG. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, LINDA MORSE OF LEOMA; FIVE DAUGHTERS, BRONWYN "BUNNIE" SHIPP OF VIRGINIA, BOBBI BROWN OF LEOMA, BETTE MARTIN OF ETHRIDGE, BRENDA GOBBLE OF LAWRENCEBURG AND BRITTNEY YOUMANS OF COLUMBIA; ONE SON, BLAINE R. "BUZZ" MORSE, JUNIOR, OF SUMMERTOWN; TWO STEP-DAUGHTERS, MELISSA AND ALICIA BELANGER OF MICHIGAN; TWO SISTERS, MARLAINE JOY SZUREK OF MINNEAPOLIS AND HOLLY BARBARA WARE OF ECUADOR; TWO BROTHERS, BRADLEY KEVIN MORSE AND DAVID BRIAN MORSE BOTH OF FLORIDA; TWENTY FIVE GRANDCHILDREN AND TWO GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.

THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BLAINE R. "BUZZ" MORSE SENIOR WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 3 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 3. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LAWRENCE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY.


 

MARY MAUREEN PETTY OWEN, 90, OF GEORGIA DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS A NATIVE OF PULASKI AND OWNER OF OWEN PHARMACY IN THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA. SHE IS SURVIVED BY SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS. A PRIVATE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY MAUREEN PETTY OWEN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 4:00. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ASPEN HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OR A CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE. BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.


 

ELOIS MARIE FOSTER, 86 OF SUMMERTOWN DIED SATURDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER, A MEMBER OF THE SUMMERTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST, THE HENRYVILLE COMMUNITY CLUB AND THE MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVERS. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, JAMES FOSTER; ONE DAUGHTER, EVELYN FOSTER OVERMARS OF MICHIGAN; TWO SONS, BRYANT FOSTER OF SUMMERTOWN AND KEVIN DALE FOSTER OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE SISTER, JANE ADAMS NAFE OF SUMMERTOWN; EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN AND THREE GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.

THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ELOIS MARIE FOSTER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11 AT SUMMERTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN SUMMERTOWN CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TODAY FROM 5 UNTIL 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SUMMERTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST.


 

LAMAR NEW, 77, OF LEOMA DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM DURA AUTOMOTIVE AN ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF OAK HILL BAPTIST CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, ANN NEW; ONE DAUGHTER: KIM COX OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE SON: KEVIN NEW OF LEXINGTON; ONE BROTHER: CLAY NEW OF DECATUR; FIVE GRANDCHILDREN; AND ONE GREAT-GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LAMAR NEW WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN OAK HILL CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TODAY FROM 5 TO 8.


 

JANE ESTOILE MCMURTREY, 93, OF SAINT JOSEPH DIED SUNDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF SAINT JOSEPH CHRUCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: LARRY L. MCMURTREY OF GREENHILL AND JAMES KEITH MCMURTREY OF SAINT JOSEPH; ONE GRANDCHILD AND ONE GREAT GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JANE ESTOILE MCMURTREY WILL BE TUESDAY (TODAY) AT 10:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN RESTVIEW CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

JAMES EDWARD "JIMMY" ROBERTS, 81, OF PULASKI DIED TUESDAY. HE WAS AN AIR FORCE VETERAN AND A RETIRED TRUCK DRIVER. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS SON GREGORY WADE ROBERTS OF CLINTON, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES EDWARD "JIMMY" ROBERTS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 9 A-M AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 7. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY OR TO THE GILES COUNTY HONOR GUARD.


BARBARA JEAN ALFORD BROWN
, 77, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS RETIRED FROM WEST HIGHLAND SCHOOL AND A MEMBER OF IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: CHARLES "TOMMY" BROWN, ONE DAUGHTER: DEBBIE BROWN MITCHELL OF NASHVILLE, ONE SON: CHUCK BROWN; AND ONE BROTHER: BOBBY ALFORD, BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE SISTER: ANNE ELIZABETH ALFORD OF FLORIDA; NINE GRANDCHILDREN AND SEVEN GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BARBARA JEAN ALFORD BROWN WILL BE TUESDAY (TODAY) AT 1 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 



RUSSELL DREW PANKEY, 89, OF PULASKI DIED THURSDAY. HE WAS A NAVY VETERAN AND A RETIRED ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER FROM NORTH AMERICAN PHILLIPS. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BARBARA PANKEY; TWO DAUGHTERS: NANCY COLON OF VIRGINIA, AND LYNN WRIGHT OF MINNESOTA; TWO SISTERS: RUTH MCCULLOUGH OF TEXAS AND MERRIL FILLMORE OF CALIFORNIA; AND 4 GRANDCHILDREN. THERE WILL BE NO SERVICE AT THIS TIME. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE GILES COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY. CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 


GLENDA GAYLE VINCENT, 70, DIED THURSDAY. SHE WAS RETIRED FROM TENNESSEE BOX IN LEWISBURG TENNESSEE. SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: DONNIE VINCENT OF PULASKI, RAY VINCENT OF ARDMORE, AND BARRY VINCENT OF CLARKSVILLE; ONE DAUGHTER: CINDY VINCENT OF FAYETTEVILLE; TWO SISTERS: MARTHA MURRAY OF CHARLOTTE AND MARY HANEY OF ATHENS; FIVE GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE GREAT-GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GLENDA GAYLE VINCENT WILL BE MONDAY (TODAY) AT 10 A-M AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BEE SPRING CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SUNDAY (TODAY) FROM 7 TO 8.

 


MARY HELEN BAKER, 81, OF PULASKI DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS A RETIRED RECEPTIONIST FOR DOCTOR L-E BAILEY, OWNER OPERATOR OF CHOCOLATE DROP AND A MEMBER OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PULASKI. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: DOCTOR LARRY BAILEY OF SMYRNA AND DOCTOR ROGER BAILEY OF PULASKI; TWO DAUGHTERS: PHYLLIS BOST AND TAMMY HANEY BOTH OF PULASKI, FOUR BROTHERS: CALVIN BAKER OF LAWRENCEBURG, ROBERT BAKER OF ALAMBAMA, DANIEL BAKER OF GEORGIA, AND DAVID BAKER OF PULASKI;  14 GRANDCHILDREN AND 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY HELEN BAKER WILL BE SUNDAY (TODAY) AT 2 AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDEN. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY (TODAY) FROM 4 TO 8 AT THE CHURCH. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CARE MINISTRY OR TO THE RUSSELL BAILEY SCHOLARSHIP FUND AT MARTIN COLLEGE. CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.


 

GUSTER ROSEANNER "COOT" SMITH, 91, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED THURSDAY. THE FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE SUNDAY (TODAY) AT 2:00 AT WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SUMMERTOWN CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY (TODAY) FROM 4 TO 8.



DOYLE KEVIN SLATER, 46, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY. HE WAS A TRUCK DRIVER, AND HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: KAMERON SLATER OF MARTIN AND BREANNA SLATER OF ETHRIDGE; ONE SON: BRADEN MYLES SLATER OF LIBERTY GROVE; HIS MOTHER PATRICIA SLATER AND HIS FATHER DOYLE SLATER BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; AND ONE BROTHER: BRIAN SLATER OF PROSPECT. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DOYLE KEVIN SLATER WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:00 AT GANDY CHURCH OF CHRIST. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO PATRICIA SLATER AT FIRST FARMERS BANK IN LAWRENCEBURG. HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.


 

BARRY GENE SHULTS, 52 OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY.  HE WAS A CUSTODIAN AT NEW PROSPECT SCHOOL AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, CHARLOTTE SHULTS; ONE DAUGHTER, TERA SHULTS; ONE SON, JOSHUA MATTHEW SHULTS; TWO STEP-SONS, BRETT AND BRANDON BASSHAM ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG;  HIS MOTHER, JANIE SWIFT; TWO BROTHERS, JEFF AND JOHN SHULTS ALL OF ETHRIDGE; TWO SISTERS, WENDY SHULTS OF ETHRIDGE AND LAQUETTA BOSHEERS OF LAWRENCEBURG; THREE GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE STEP-GRANDCHILD. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR BARRY GENE SHULTS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 10 AT NEW PROSPECT SCHOOL. NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

DANNY PENNINGTON, 64, OF SAINT JOSEPH DIED DECEMBER 7TH. HE WAS A UNITED STATES MARINE CORP VETERAN, AN EMPLOYEE AT A-1 SECURITY COMPANY AND A MEMBER OF FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: JONATHAN AND CRAIG PENNINGTON AND ONE DAUGHTER: MARIA PENNINGTON ALL OF SAINT JOSEPH; ONE BOTHER: TRAVIS PENNINGTON AND ONE SISTER: JAN STAGGS BOTH OF NASHVILLE; AND ONE GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DANNY PENNINGTON WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 9 TO 11.  

 

 

CATHERINE "ELOIS" PRICE, 67, OF LEOMA DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED SEAMSTRESS AND OF THE PROTESTANT FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: COY PRICE, TWO DAUGHTERS: GINA TAYLOR OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ANGELA RENA BYRD OF LEOMA, TWO BROTHERS: J-R LUTHER JUNIOR OF LEOMA AND TOMMY LUTHER OF LAWRENCEBURG, FIVE SISTERS: MARGARET ELEDGE OF LAWRENCEBURG, CONNIE BEDDINGFIELD OF LEOMA, DEBBIE HILL OF LORETTO, CAROLYN ALLEN AND KAY MCLANAHAN BOTH OF GREENHILL, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY OF CATHERINE "ELOIS" PRICE WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SAINT JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL. 



JULIA "JUDY" ANN HILDENBRANDT, 77, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF DEERFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: DON HILDENBRANDT, ONE SON: TERRY HILDENBRANDT OF MURFREESBORO, ONE DAUGHTER: DONNA ANN HILDENBRANDT YORK OF CHRISTINA, TENNESSEE, ONE SISTER: JERRYE FAYE WEAVER OF LAWRENCEBURG, 5 GRANDCHILDREN, 3 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN AND THREE GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JULIA "JUDY" ANN HILDENBRANDT WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN DEERFIELD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

JAMES GARRY BOLES SENIOR, 70, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM FIRESTONE AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: DON BOLES, FOUR SISTERS: JOYCE POE, RITA BOLES, HELEN WHEELER AND SUE EVANS ALL OF INDIANA, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR JAMES GARRY BOLES SENIOR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT CENTER POINT METHODIST CEMETERY.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

SHIRLEY SHULTS, 78, OF LEOMA DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF COUNTY LINE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: PAUL SHULTS, ONE DAUGHTER: SHERRY HALEY OF WAYNESBORO, FIVE STEP-CHILDREN: DONNIE SHULTS, JUDY COTHREN, BEVERLY TAYLOR AND RICKY SHULTS ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND JANICE THOMAS OF FRANKLIN, FOUR SISTERS: TEXIE RAY OF ILLINOIS, DEXTER SIDES, PHOEBE RAY AND NORA SEARLE ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, 3 GRANDCHILDREN, 17 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 13 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SHIRLEY SHULTS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GUM SPRINGS CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.   

 


MARGARET RAMONA MURFF FLACY, 86, OF ARDMORE DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER GILES COUNTY COMMISSIONER, A FORMER ARDMORE PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD MEMBER, A MEMBER OF THE ARDMORE LIONS CLUB AND OF THE EPISCOPAL FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: SHARA ANN FLACY OF ARDMORE AND ONE SON: MARK ADRIAN FLACY OF TEXAS.  THE ARRANGEMENTS FOR MARGARET RAMONA MURFF FLACY WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER BY BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME. 

 


WARREN G. RISNER, 93, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS A VETERAN OF THE ARMY, A RETIRED FACTORY WORKER AND OF THE CHURCH OF GOD FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, JANET PIERCE RISNER; ONE SON: TIM RISNER OF COLORADO; ONE STEP-SON: RONNIE WALLACE OF INDIANA; 2 DAUGHTERS: DIANA GUERRERO AND SANDY HUBBARD BOTH OF INDIANA; ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: DEBBIE WATTS OF TEXAS; ONE SISTER: PEGGY KENDALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; AND SEVERAL GRANDCHILDREN AND GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WARREN G. RISNER WILL BE WEDNESDAY T 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN HOLLIS CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 UNTIL 8.



RUBY JEAN TIDWELL INSCO, 78, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF LAWRENCEBURG BAPTIST TEMPLE. SHE IS SURVIVED BY 2 SONS: RONNIE AND RICKEY INSCO BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE DAUGHTER: SHARON PRENTICE OF GEORGIA; 4 SISTERS: JOYCE ROCHELLE, DOLA LAMPERCHT, ANGELINE BOSWELL, AND BETTY LAMPERCHT ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG; 2 BROTHERS: KENNETH AND CLEVELAND TIDWELL BOTH LAWRENCEBURG; 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RUBY JEAN TIDWELL INSCO WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BUMPAS CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TODAY FROM 5 UNTIL 8.



SUSAN SANDUSKY MARTIN
, 39, OF LEOMA DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A WAITRESS AND A MEMBER OF NEW PROSPECT BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: LUCY MARIE MARTIN, HER MOTHER: LINDA NELSON SMITH BOTH OF LEOMA, HER FATHER: RICHARD SANDUSKY OF LAWRENCEBURG AND TWO SISTERS: DIANA FRAKES OF LAWRENCEBURG AND MARIBETH SMITH OF LEOMA.  A PRIVATE GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR SUSAN SANDUSKY MARTIN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 3:00 AT SHAW CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4:30 TO 6:30 AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO COMMUNITY BANK OF LAWRENCE COUNTY FOR HER DAUGHTER. 

 

 

CLAUDIA LACEY TURNER, 84, OF PULASKI DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM MAREMONT GABRIEL.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO NEPHEWS: RONNIE AND TONY GARNER AND FOUR NIECES: WANDA MORSE, DEBORAH TANKERSLEY, SHEILA DAVIS AND LISA GARNER TITCHENELL.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CLAUDIA LACEY TURNER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 3:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN NEW HOPE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 1 TO 3.



DORIS LYNELL HUNT, 70, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF LIBERTY GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY 3 SONS: JEFF AND TRACY HUNT BOTH OF LEOMA, AND DANNY HUNT OF LORETTO; 3 DAUGHTERS: TERESA GREER OF ROGERSVILLE, CRYSTAL TOWNSEND OF FIVE POINTS, AND ALISHA HUNT OF LAWRENCEBURG; 3 BROTHERS: DONALD AND DAVID COTTON BOTH OF FIVE POINTS, AND RICKY COTTON OF LEOMA; 2 SISTERS: JOYCE JOHNSON OF CENTERVILLE AND PATRICIA DIXON OF LEOMA; AND 10 GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DORIS LYNELL HUNT WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN UNION HILL CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TOWARD FUNERAL EXPENSES.

 


REAVIS LEO LUNCFORD, 88, OF LEOMA DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS A FARMER, RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, VILETA LUNCFORD; ONE SON: JAMES LUNCFORD OF FLORENCE; ONE DAUGHTER: PAMELA PARKER OF HUNTSVILLE; ONE SISTER: PANSY POOLE OF OHIO; ONE GRANDCHILD; AND ONE GREAT-GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR REAVIS LEO LUNCFORD WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN CENTER POINT METHODIST CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 9 TO 11.

 

 

LEONARD EDWARD MORRIS, 87, OF KILLEN DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED T-V-A IRON WORKER, A VETERAN OF THE MERCHANT MARINES, A MEMBER OF IRON WORKERS LOCAL 477 AND EASTWOOD CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: COLLEEN ELIZABETH PECK MORRIS, ONE BROTHER: HILLARD MORRIS, TWO SISTERS: MARCEL MABRY AND STELLA MAE LOWERY, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LEONARD EDWARD MORRIS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN TRI-CITIES MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

JASON SHANE GREEN, 38, OF KILLEN DIED SUNDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: LORI THOMPSON GREEN, ONE DAUGHTER: EMMALEE KATHRYN GREEN, ONE SON: ARCHER JACKSON GREEN, HIS PARENTS: MARCUS AND NORMA GREEN, ONE BROTHER: JEREMY LANE GREEN, ONE HALF-BROTHER: TIM DANIELS AND ONE HALF-SISTER: CINDY HOLMAN.  A PRIVATE FAMILY SERVICE FOR JASON SHANE GREEN WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

DEBORAH LYNN CLEMONS, 57, OF FLORENCE DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: RONNIE CLEMONS, ONE SON: DANNY HINES, TWO DAUGHTERS: MICHELLE SINGLETON AND MELISSA SAWYER, TWO BROTHERS: BOYD AND ANDREW GIST, ONE SISTER: BECKY SYLVESTER AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DEBORAH LYNN CLEMONS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GREENHILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 



PEGGY JONES, 72, OF LEOMA DIED TUESDAY. SHE WAS RETIRED FROM COUNTRYSIDE HEALTHCARE AND A MEMBER OF SHORES BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: GLENN MASSEY OF PULASKI AND JEFF JONES OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE DAUGHTER: PATRICIA NUGENT OF LEOMA; ONE BROTHER: DON POWELL OF ALABAMA; 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PEGGY JONES WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHORES MEMORY GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.



LUCILLE TURNER VERNON MCMILLION, 87, OF PULASKI DIED TUESDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: ROBERT KERRY VERNON OF SEVIERVILLE, TENNESSEE, ONE SISTER: CONNIE GOWAN OF PULASKI, TWO BROTHERS: SAM WHITEHEAD OF OHIO AND HARVEY WHITEHEAD OF KENTUCKY, 6 GRANDCHILDREN, 13 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LUCILLE TURNER VERNON MCMILLION WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 



MARIE ABERNATHY, 87, OF NASHVILLE DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF PULASKI, A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF THE METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE AND ATTENDED BELMONT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SISTER: MARTHA ABERNATHY.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARIE ABERNATHY WILL BE FRIDAY AT 10:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 10 TO 11.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO PULASKI FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. 

 


MARIE G. JUSTUS NORMAN, 96, OF LEOMA DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF THE JONES HOME FURNISHINGS GIFT SHOP, AND A MEMBER OF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: BURGY JUSTUS OF WEST VIRGINIA AND PHILLIP JUSTUS OF MURFREESBORO; TWO GRANDCHILDREN; AND ONE GREAT GRANDCHILD. A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR MARIE G. JUSTUS NORMAN WILL BE ON THURDAY AT 3 AT MIMOSA CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 1 TO 2:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.

 


HATTIE WILL FOUST, 95, OF PULASKI DIED TUESDAY. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: EVELYN MARBUT OF MICHIGAN; THREE BROTHERS: HERBERT AND MILLARD BURGESS OF PULASKI, AND KENNETH BURGESS OF MICHIGAN; ONE SISTER FRANCES GATLIN OF MINOR HILL; AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HATTIE WILL FOUST WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MITCHELL CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.



VIOLET YARBROUGH WARD, 80, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED RESTAURANT OWNER AND A MEMBER OF THE TABERNACLE.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO STEP-CHILDREN: BARBARA RAY AND JIMMY WARD BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, FOUR BROTHERS: JESSIE YARBROUGH OF INDIANA, WILLIS AND DOUG YARBROUGH BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND FARRIS YARBROUGH OF SUMMERTOWN, ONE SISTER: JEWELL HUNTER OF INDIANA, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR VIOLET YARBROUGH WARD WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN NEW SALEM CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

ADEANE HARRIS, 98, OF LAWRENCEBURG PASSED AWAY SUNDAY. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF PARK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO GRANDAUGHTERS: SARINA GEILING OF UNIONVILLE, AND JESSICA BALDWIN OF MURFREESBORO; 4 STEP CHILDREN; AND 2 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ADEANE HARRIS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN KIDD CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 


DERENDA KAY WILSON, 54, OF LAWRENCEBURG PASSED AWAY SATURDAY. SHE WAS OF THE CHURCH OF GOD FAITH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, LARRY WILSON; TWO SONS: ERIC CHRISTIAN AND JONATHAN CODY WILSON OF LORETTO; ONE DAUGHTER: KIMBERLY CLAY OF COLUMBIA; HER FATHER, C-B BRAZIER OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO BROTHERS: KENNETH AND MIKE BRAZIER BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; ONE SISTER: ANITA GAIL MCNEESE OF LAWRENCEBURG; AND 8 GRANDCHILDREN. A PRIVATE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DERENDA KAY WILSON WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.

 


MICHAEL "MIKE" HOWARD SPRINGER, 59, OF MORRIS CHAPEL DIED FRIDAY. HE WAS RETIRED FROM RIPLEY COMPANY. HE WAS A MEMBER OF CAMPGROUND METHODIST CHURCH AND A 32ND DEGREE MASON. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE DONNA JEAN BROWN SPRINGER; ONE DAUGHTER: CHRISTY KATHLEEN SPRINGER  REYNOLDS OF ALAMO TENNESSEE; AND 7 GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MICHAEL "MIKE" HOWARD SPRINGER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN FALL RIVER CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 11 TO 1. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY OR THE DARRYL WORLEY CANCER FOUNDATION.

 


MARY AGNES NEWTON, 79, OF MINOR HILL DIED SATURDAY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY 4 SONS: STEVE AND TIM NEWTON OF PULASKI, BRENT NEWTON OF PROSPECT AND JONATHAN NEWTON OF SPRING HILL; 2 BROTHERS: ED ROSE OF LEOMA AND DANNY ROSE OF CAMPBELLSVILLE; 2 SISTERS: ERMA JEAN ROBERTS OF LEOMA AND BOBBI JO NEWTON OF NASHVILLE; 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY AGNES NEWTON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

HARRY DELANO CARR, 69 OF PULASKI, DIED MONDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: CARLA STEC OF BIRMINGHAM AND MISTY HENDON OF SOUTH CAROLINA; TWO BROTHERS: WILLARD CARR OF PULASKI AND ALTON CARR OF GOODSPRING; THREE SISTERS: LOIS GARNER AND NORMA HENDERSON, BOTH OF PULASKI, AND HELEN DAVIS OF LAVERGNE; AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR HARRY DELANO CARR WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11 AT PLEASANT RIDGE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 7 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

HIRAM L. "SONNY" PIGFORD, 77, OF GREENHILL DIED SUNDAY. HE WAS A SUPERVISOR AT OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL AND A MEMBER OF LONE CEDAR CHURCH OF CHRIST. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: PAMELA PIGFORD; ONE DAUGHTER: SUSAN LAMIE; ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: DOREE PETTUS; ONE STEP-SON: ERIC DAVIS; ONE BROTHER: THOMAS PIGFORD; ONE SISTER: JO ANNE BECK; 6 GRANCHILDREN; AND 5 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HIRAM L. "SONNY" PIGFORD WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11 AT LONE CEDAR CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN TRI-CITIES MEMORIAL GARDENS. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 10 TO 11 AT LONE CEDAR CHURCH OF CHRIST. GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 


CAROLYN BINKLEY, 80, OF LEWISBURG DIED SUNDAY. SHE WAS RETIRED FROM THE NATIONAL BRIDLE SHOP AS AN ACCOUNTANT AND A MEMBER OF FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF LEWISBURG. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: BETH CAMPBELL OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO SONS: ROB BINKLEY OF JACKSON AND DAVID BINKLEY OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO SISTERS: MADLYN SMITH OF VIRGINIA AND GAYLE WATSON OF FRANKLIN; 12 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CAROLYN BINKLEY WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1 AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF LEWISBURG WITH BURIAL IN LONE OAK CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY (TODAY) FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT LONDON FUNERAL HOME IN LEWISBURG AND THURSDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 1 AT THE CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OR THE MARSHALL COUNTY MEMORIAL LIBRARY FUND.

 

 

DON GREEN SENIOR, 83, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM DON GREEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND GLOBAL ALARM SYSTEMS, A NAVY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN CONFLICT AND A MEMBER OF MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: WANDA OSBOURNE GREEN, ONE SON: DON GREEN OF TEXAS, TWO DAUGHTERS: CINDI GREEN CUNNINGHAM OF GEORGIA AND SANDI REED OF FLORENCE, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR DON GREEN SENIOR WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 12:45 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION. 



IDA FRANCES HEDGECOTH, 92, DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: HARVEY AND LARRY HEDGECOTH BOTH OF PULASKI, TWO DAUGHTERS: BETTY LOCKE OF LYNNVILLE AND LINDA MAXWELL OF PULASKI, ONE SISTER: MILDRED BEECH OF SHELBYVILLE, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 12 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR IDA FRANCES HEDGECOTH WILL BE SATURDAY AT NOON AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.



SUZANNE MARY CLARK, 87, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED NOVEMBER 4TH.  SHE WAS A FORMER LEGAL SECRETARY AND ATTENDED NEW PROSPECT BAPTIST CHURCH.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR SUZANNE MARY CLARK WILL BE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND AT 2:00 AT MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH.  WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 



MARY CATHERINE PIERCE, 86, DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM STANLEY TOOLS.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY FOUR SONS: HENRY, RICHARD AND ROBERT PIERCE ALL OF MURFREESBORO AND PERRY PIERCE OF ANTHONY HILL, TWO DAUGHTERS: BETTYE WATKINS OF PULASKI AND LINDA PIERCE OF SHELBYVILLE, ONE SISTER: LAURA WARREN OF LEOMA, 10 GRANDCHILDREN, 28 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY CATHERINE PIERCE WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PISGAH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 2.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION. 

 

 

PHILLIP AUBRA GILES, 64, OF SMYRNA DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED WAREHOUSE FOREMAN WITH KROGER.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DIANE GILES, TWO SONS: JERROLD AND JEFFREY GILES BOTH OF SMYRNA, ONE DAUGHTER: KRISTY WARD OF MURFREESBORO AND ONE BROTHER: LARRY GILES OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PHILLIP AUBRA GILES WILL BE THURSDAY AT 10:00 AT WOODFIN FUNERAL CHAPEL IN SMYRNA WITH BURIAL THURSDAY AT 2:00 IN FIVE POINTS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY. 

 


JUDY REED, 68, OF LORETTO DIED MONDAY. SHE WAS A VFW MANAGER, A HOMEMAKER, A MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN LEGION LADIES AUXILLARY, AND OF THE EPISCOPALIAN FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS, JOSEPH REED AND JONATHAN "JAY" REED; ONE DAUGHTER, JANDREA REED BREWER, ALL OF LORETTO; FOUR BROTHERS, JACKSON WILLIAMS, OF MEMPHIS; ROGER WILLIAMS, OF PENNSYLVANIA; DAVID WILLIAMS, OF LAWRENCEBURG; WAYNE WILLIAMS OF TEXAS; TWO SISTERS, KATHIE PINKSTON OF BARTLETT, CYNTHIA BULLOCK OF INDIANA; AND EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JUDY REED WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN BLUEWATER FARMS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 


HERSCHEL W. HAMNER, 93, OF KILLEN DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED ELECTRICIAN WITH TVA LOCAL UNION 558, A WORLD WAR TWO ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF ATLAS CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BESSIE SPRINGER HAMNER, ONE DAUGHTER: MARY ELLEN THORNTON OF SCOTTSBORO, TWO SONS: DWIGHT AND LYNN HAMNER BOTH OF KILLEN, THREE SISTERS: AGNES CLEMMONS, IRMA ESTES AND MARTHA BURROWS, FIVE BROTHERS: HORACE, HOLLIE, TROY, GEORGE AND JOHN HAMNER, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HERSCHEL W. HAMNER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT ATLAS CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN RICHARDSON CHAPEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 

 


JOE HARRIS WHITWORTH, 79, OF NASHVILLE DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF THE ODD FELLOWS HALL COMMUNITY, RETIRED FROM C-B RAGLAND AND A VETERAN OF THE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: CHRISTINE WHITWORTH, ONE SON: JEFF WHITWORTH OF NASHVILLE, ONE SISTER: NAOMI CARROLL SPANN OF FAIRVIEW, 4 GRANDCHILDREN, 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOE HARRIS WHITWORTH WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 2. 

 

 

CAROLYN ANN HENSLEY, 65, OF HOHENWALD DIED TUESDAY. SHE WAS A CHILDCARE PROVIDER. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, DANNY HENSLEY; TWO DAUGHTERS, HOPE MCNABB OF HAMPSHIRE AND STEPHANIE HENSLEY-BURNEY OF MCEWEN; ONE SISTER, JEAN PACE OF HOHENWALD; THREE GRANDCHILDREN AND THREE GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CAROLYN ANN HENSLEY WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2 AT MCDONALD FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN DOWNEY CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY AT 4.

 

 

DALE ALLEN CLEMMONS, 38, OF LESTER, ALABAMA, DIED NOVEMBER FIRST. HE WAS A SECURITY OFFICER AT BROWN'S FERRY NUCLEAR PLANT AND ATTENDED GRAY'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE KIMBERLY GOODE CLEMMONS; HIS PARENTS GLENN AND BONNIE CLEMMONS; ONE SON CHRISTIAN CLEMMONS; ONE DAUGHTER DESTINY CLEMMONS; AND TWO BROTHERS BILLY AND ADAM HUNT. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DALE ALLEN CLEMMONS WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HENRY STUTTS CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SUNDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2.



EARL "CHOCK" RHODES, 90, OF FLORENCE, DIED THURSDAY. HE WAS A FARMER AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, LUCY HUBBERT RHODES; TWO SONS, TOMMY EARL RHODES OF TRINITY AND JOHNNY LEON RHODES OF FLORENCE; FOUR DAUGHTERS, CAROLYN SUE TIDWELL OF MOULTON, VIRGINIA KAY STOOKSBURY OF IRON CITY, PEGGY LEAN GLOVER OF TRINITY AND DONNA JUNE PHILLIPS OF FLORENCE; 8 GRANDCHILDREN; AND 5 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EARL "CHOCK" RHODES WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN MOUNT TABOR CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

DEWEY FRANK KEENER, 80, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A BRICK MASON, A FORMER MANAGER OF THE FARMERS MARKET AND A MEMBER OF DUNN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: PEARL CREWS KEENER, TWO STEP-SONS: TERRY AND GARY ROBINSON, ONE DAUGHTER: BECKY WILLIS, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: CATHY ROBINSON ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS: ETHRIDGE KEENER OF LEOMA AND CHARLIE KEENER OF ARKANSAS, ONE SISTER: GAYNELL DAVIS OF MOUNT PLEASANT, 9 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DEWEY FRANK KEENER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN DUNN METHODIST CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

LUCY MAE THOMAS, THE INFANT DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM RUSSELL "RUSS" THOMAS SENIOR AND AMY ELIZABETH FLEEMAN THOMAS OF LEOMA, DIED OCTOBER 26TH.  IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS, SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SISTER: DELILAH THOMAS, TWO BROTHERS: RUSSELL AND SETH CLAY THOMAS ALL OF LEOMA, HER GRANDPARENTS: BOBBY AND JUNE THOMAS, DAVID AND KENDRA FLEEMAN ALL OF LEOMA, JUNE THOMAS OF LORETTO AND KIM AND PAT PRICE OF LAWRENCEBURG AND GREAT-GRANDPARENTS: RUSSEL THOMAS OF LEOMA, CATHERINE GRAY OF LORETTO, GAYLON AND BETTY KIDD OF SUMMERTOWN AND JOE AND LOUELLA DURHAM OF LAWRENCEBURG.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LUCY MAE THOMAS WILL BE SUNDAY AT 5:00 AT RAMAH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE RAMAH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH AWANA PROGRAM.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

WINFRED HOOD, 75, OF KILLEN DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED TRUCK DRIVER FOR THE COCA COLA COMPANY AND A MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: WILMA RILEY HOOD, ONE SON: LANCE HOOD OF KILLEN, ONE DAUGHTER: TERESA MAY OF GREENHILL, ONE SISTER: WILMA SUE MARLO OF SPRING HILL, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WINFRED HOOD WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN EMMALINE STUTTS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2.



BETTY ELEASE CARROLL, 87, OF HOHENWALD DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF GENESCO.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: TOMMY CARROLL OF HOHENWALD AND RANDY CARROLL OF COLUMBIA, TWO DAUGHTERS: ANGELA GRAY OF SUMMERTOWN AND BARBARA STRICKLAND OF HOHENWALD, ONE SISTER: FAYE PIPER OF IDAHO, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BETTY ELEASE CARROLL WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT MCDONALD FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN DOWNEY CEMETERY. 

 

 

CAROLYN JEAN HORTON, 63, OF WAYNESBORO DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: ALMA QUILLEN OF IRON CITY, ONE BROTHER: NATHAN BRADLEY OF COLLINWOOD, ONE SISTER: RUTH CARSON OF IRON CITY, 2 GRANDCHILDREN, 4 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CAROLYN JEAN HORTON WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN RAILROAD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  

 

 

DOROTHY JEAN "DOT" SMITH, 85, DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF THE GILES COUNTY TRUSTEES OFFICE AND OFFICE OF RECORDS AND A MEMBER OF PISGAH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: WAYNE SMITH, FIVE SIBLINGS: HAROLD WORSHAM OF THE FRIENDSHIP COMMUNITY, GLEN WORSHAM OF ELKMONT, JANE WORSHAM DAWSON OF PULASKI, WANDA WORSHAM MARTIN OF DECATUR AND ANN WORSHAM HOLLIS OF LYNNVILLE AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR DOROTHY JEAN "DOT" SMITH WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 1:30 TO 2 AT THE CEMETERY.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.  CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 



TERRY CAMPBELL
, 54, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS EMPLOYED WITH THE LAWRENCE COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND A MEMBER OF PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BETH CAMPBELL, TWO SONS: FRANK CAMPBELL OF LEWISBURG AND BOBBY CAMPBELL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND HIS MOTHER: WILLODEAN CAMPBELL OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR TERRY CAMPBELL WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OR THE SUMMERTOWN HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION FOR SHS ATHLETICS. 

 

 

MARY ELIZABETH PRUITT RICKETTS, 92, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF LINDSEY GROVE CHURCH OF GOD.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: PHYLLIS PRICE, ONE SON: DONALD GLENN RICKETTS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 11 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY ELIZABETH PRUITT RICKETTS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN UNION HILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

DAVE WILLARD CORBETT, 88, OF PULASKI DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED ELECTRICIAN, A NAVY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF PULASKI.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MABLE CORBETT, ONE DAUGHTER: CAROLYN WARREN OF NORTH CAROLINA, ONE SON: TOM CORBETT OF CALIFORNIA, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DAVE WILLARD CORBETT WILL BE TUESDAY (TODAY) AT 10:00 AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OR CARIS HEALTHCARE.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

VERNON SPEARS SENIOR, 82, OF LEOMA DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM SULLIVAN'S HOME AND AUTO, AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN CONFLICT AND A MEMBER OF LONG BRANCH CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: RUBY SPEARS, ONE DAUGHTER: PAM SPEARS OF LEOMA, TWO SONS: GENE SPEARS OF FRANKLIN AND RANDY SPEARS OF LEOMA, ONE SISTER: KATHLEEN ROCHELL OF NASHVILLE, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR VERNON SPEARS SENIOR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT GROVE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

JANE DOLLAR, 85, OF PULASKI DIED TODAY (THURSDAY).  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF PULASKI.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: SANDRA LIGGETT, ONE SISTER: BETTY SNOW BOTH OF PULASKI, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR JANE DOLLAR WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:30 AT ELKTON CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SUNDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO CIRCLE OF CARE AT FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. 



DAVE WILLARD CORBETT, 88, OF PULASKI DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED ELECTRICIAN, A NAVY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF PULASKI.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MABLE CORBETT, ONE DAUGHTER: CAROLYN WARREN OF NORTH CAROLINA, ONE SON: TOM CORBETT OF CALIFORNIA, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DAVE WILLARD CORBETT WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OR CARIS HEALTHCARE.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

BETTY PETTIGREW CANERDAY, 81, OF FLORENCE DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM TEACHING IN THE LAUDERDALE SCHOOL SYSTEM, A MEMBER OF AEA AND NEA AND JACKSON HEIGHTS CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY IN-LAWS: JOE FRANK AND JACKIE FOWLER AND BILL AND JOAN CANERDAY AND COUSINS: KEN AND GLORIA TATE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BETTY PETTIGREW CANERDAY WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GREENVIEW MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.



SARAH FRANCES SMITH, 88, DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM MAREMONT GABRIEL.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: RONALD SMITH OF GEORGIA, TWO DAUGHTERS: BARBARA WEST OF MOUNT JULIET AND TERRI SMITH OF PULASKI, TWO BROTHERS: DAVIS HARWELL OF NASHVILLE AND JOHN ED HARWELL OF FAYETTEVILLE, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SARAH FRANCES SMITH WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION. 

 

 

CARL MCNEAL SENIOR, 75, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT SAINT JOHN'S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN BUMPAS CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 10 TO 11 AT THE CHURCH.  HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

NORMA JEAN FULTON, 86, OF BEECH HILL DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF BRADSHAW BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: PAM ADAMS OF BEECH HILL, ONE SISTER: BETTY YOUNG OF BOONES HILL, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NORMA JEAN FULTON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO BRADSHAW BAPTIST CHURCH. 

 

 

GLYN SPENCER, 74, OF IRON CITY DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM RELTOC MANUFACTURING AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DARRYL SPENCER OF FLORENCE AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GLYN SPENCER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN ODEM'S CHAPEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2. 

 

 

MARY DOLORES WALTERS, 89, OF PULASKI DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: BILL WALTERS, ONE DAUGHTER: CAROL GORDON OF OLIVET, ONE SISTER: RUTH SHARP OF COLUMBIA AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY DOLORES WALTERS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT THE CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE PAUL WALTERS SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR PREACHER TRAINING IN CARE OF FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST.  CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 


MARY ELIZABETH PRICE, 56, OF PULASKI DIED SATURDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: NEAL PRICE, ONE SON: ROBERT DANIEL PRICE, THREE SISTERS: SHELIA WOMACK, EDDIE RUTH SISK AND BRENDA ROBERTS ALL OF PULASKI AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR MARY ELIZABETH PRICE WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT POLK MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH. 



JOHNNY WAYNE HITT, 31, OF ETHRIDGE DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS AN ARMY VETERAN, A MEMBER OF THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION AND LIBERTY HILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BRITTNEY HITT, ONE STEP-SON: XAVIER BRANDON MICHAEL LAWRENCE OF ETHRIDGE, ONE DAUGHTER: SARA ELIZABETH HITT OF HUNTSVILLE, HIS FATHER: JERRY WAYNE MORAN OF FLORIDA, HIS MOTHER: SANDRA ELIZABETH ROBINSON TEAGUE, HIS STEP-FATHER: PHILLIP TEAGUE BOTH OF LEWISBURG, TWO BROTHERS: DONNIE HITT OF LAWRENCEBURG AND JERRY HITT OF PULASKI, ONE HALF-BROTHER: PATRICK HITT, ONE STEP-BROTHER: DENVER LEON HITT JUNIOR,  ONE HALF-SISTER: AMANDA HITT AND ONE STEP-SISTER: JOYCE EADY ALL OF ALABAMA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOHNNY WAYNE HITT WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT LIBERTY HILL BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN LIBERTY HILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY AT 4.  PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.



MARJORIE CRITES WENTWORTH, 92, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED NURSE.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: LARRY CONROY OF TEXAS, TWO DAUGHTERS: SHARON MCDANIEL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND PAMELA MCCLELLAN OF MICHIGAN, ONE BROTHER: DAVID EVANS OF MICHIGAN, 12 GRANDCHILDREN, 24 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A PRIVATE FAMILY SERVICE FOR MARJORIE CRITES WENTWORTH WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 


EDITH BROWN DIXON, 88, OF WAYNESBORO DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED FACTORY WORKER AT MALLORY AND HENRY SIEGEL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF ZION BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: WILLIAM THOMAS DIXON, ONE DAUGHTER: SHARON MCWILLIAMS BOTH OF WAYNESBORO, ONE BROTHER: CHESTER DIXON OF OHIO, ONE SISTER: KATIE PERRY OF WAYNESBORO, 4 GRANDCHILDREN, SEVERAL STEP-GRANDCHILDREN AND GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EDITH BROWN DIXON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GALLAHER CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 10 UNTIL 2. 

 


JANET LYNN FLETCHER, 52, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF C-J INDUSTRY AND FOX SPORTING GOODS, A MEMBER OF THE CHEROKEE NATIONAL TRIBE AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: KITA SOUTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND AMANDA GUINN OF VIRGINIA, HER MOTHER: MARIE LOTHRINGER OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE BROTHERS: DANNY CLIFTON OF MOUNT PLEASANT, LANNY CLIFTON OF NUNNELLY, TENNESSEE AND TERRY CLIFTON OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO SISTERS: RITA NOVEM OF WAYNESBORO AND SONDRA ABERNATHY OF COLUMBIA, HER GRANDFATHER: RICHARD ROBERTS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND 13 GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JANET LYNN FLETCHER WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SUNDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO MAURY REGIONAL HEALTH CARE FOUNDATION WOMEN'S CENTER FUND. 



OLIN THEADFORD JOHNSON, 81, OF KILLEN DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED AUTO MECHANIC FOR CHEVROLET AND A MEMBER OF BLUEWATER MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: AVANELL JOHNSON, ONE SON: ELTON JOHNSON OF KILLEN AND ONE SISTER: BARBARA JOHNSON OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR OLIN THEADFORD JOHNSON WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN BLUEWATER CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 



JAMES RICHARDSON HUDSON, 72, OF MOUNT PLEASANT DIED MONDAY.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IN COLUMBIA.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 1 TO 3 AT THE CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IN COLUMBIA, ZION CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OR KINDER CORRAL DE RISCO.  WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.



JESSIE J. OWENS, 83, OF FLORENCE DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE LAUDERDALE COUNTY ROAD DEPARTMENT AS A HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR AND A BAPTIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SUE DANLEY OWENS, ONE DAUGHTER: BARBARA CLEMMONS AND ONE SISTER: ADDIE PITTS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JESSIE J. OWENS WILL BE FRIDAY AT NOON AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHILOH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 10 TO NOON. 



TROY LEWIS BAILEY, 83, OF INDIANA, FORMERLY OF LEWISBURG AND LYNNVILLE, DIED DECEMBER 13TH, 2013.  HE WAS A CATTLE FARMER AND AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN WAR.   HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: KEVIN BAILEY, ONE DAUGHTER: JODIE BAILEY AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR TROY LEWIS BAILEY WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT LYNNWOOD CEMETERY.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 



DORIS "BIG D" VENABLE, 77, OF ETHRIDGE DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY, A LONG-TIME EMPLOYEE OF THE LAWRENCE COUNTY AIRPORT AND A MEMBER OF ETHRIDGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: WILLIE FAYE VENABLE, THREE SONS: STUART VENABLE OF UTAH, OWEN VENABLE OF ETHRIDGE AND KEVIN VENABLE OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE DAUGHTER: BEVERLY HAMLIN OF LORETTO, ONE SISTER: MINNIE STANLEY OF LAWRENCEBURG, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DORIS "BIG D" VENABLE WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN OLD ETHRIDGE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 


MARY LUCILLE FRANKS, 98, DIED TUESDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: HAROLD FRANKS OF OHIO AND WAYNE FRANKS OF LAWRENCEBURG, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND SEVERAL GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR MARY LUCILLE FRANKS WILL BE SATURDAY AT NOON AT FALL RIVER CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 10 TO 11 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.  THE FAMILY HAS REQUESTED NO FLOWERS. 

 

 

ERMITT "BUDDY" HARCROW, 60, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A DAIRY FARMER FOR PLAINVIEW DAIRY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARY HARCROW, THREE SONS: ERMITT HARCROW, JOSEPH TYLER HARCROW AND TREVOUR DONOVAN HARCROW ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, SEVEN SISTERS: MELINDA, BELINDA, SISSY, NITA, DEAN AND MARY SUE GRAY ALL OF BERRY, ALABAMA AND LINDA HARCROW OF ILLINOIS, FOUR BROTHERS: DONNIE, JUNIOR, MIKE AND ARLINGTON GRAY ALL OF BERRY AND 6 GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ERMITT "BUDDY" HARCROW WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BARNESVILLE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 


DENA LUMPKINS, 92, OF FLORENCE DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, RETIRED FROM SALANT AND SALANT, A FORMER MEMBER OF LEOMA CHURCH OF CHRIST AND A MEMBER OF WOODLAWN CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: RONALD LUMPKINS OF FLORENCE, ONE BROTHER: COLE BUSBY OF MADISON, TENNESSEE, TWO SISTERS: RUTH CANUP AND MARY NELL NORWOOD BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DENA LUMPKINS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LEOMA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 1 TO 2. 



NANCY NAOMIA PARDON SUMNERS, 73, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED NURSE.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JOE MACK SUMNERS, ONE DAUGHTER: MELISSA SUMNERS OF PULASKI, THREE BROTHERS: CAROL PARDON OF PETERSBURG, TENNESSEE, DEAN PARDON OF LEWISBURG AND ELBRIDGE PARDON OF BUNKER HILL, ONE SISTER: JEAN EDWARDS OF PULASKI AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NANCY NAOMIA PARDON SUMNERS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO MONROE CARRELL JUNIOR HOSPITAL AT VANDERBILT OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

WILLA MAE BASS GILLESPIE, 73, DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED GILES COUNTY SCHOOL TEACHER AND A MEMBER OF OLIVET UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: VELENA NEWTON AND MISSY NORTON, ONE SON: LAURIS GILLESPIE, ONE SISTER: JANE GUINN ALL OF PULASKI, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLA MAE BASS GILLESPIE WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT OLIVET UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN MIGHTY OAKS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 7 AT THE CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO OLIVET UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 



JODY LEE SHADIX SENIOR, 46, OF LORETTO DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS AN INVESTIGATOR WITH THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, A MARINE CORPS VETERAN OF DESERT STORM, A MEMBER OF LEOMA BAPTIST CHURCH AND ATTENDED LAUNCH POINTE CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: ANGELA MOORE SHADIX, ONE SON: JAKE SHADIX OF LORETTO, TWO DAUGHTERS: BRANDI SANDERS OF WESTPOINT AND HALEY POWELL OF LAWRENCEBURG, HIS PARENTS: J-W AND BOBBIE SHADIX, TWO BROTHERS: JOHN SHADIX OF LAWRENCEBURG AND JARED SHADIX OF COLUMBIA AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JODY LEE SHADIX WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN GRASSY CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

LINDA CAROL MCMACKIN, 68, OF LORETTO DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A NURSE AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: DANA STUTTS OF TEXAS AND DARLA KOLLEFRATH OF FLORIDA, ONE SON: DANNY MCMACKIN OF LORETTO, TWO BROTHERS: WILLIAM DANIEL OF CHEROKEE, ALABAMA AND TONY DANIEL OF LORETTO AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR LINDA CAROL MCMACKIN WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.



BERTIE RUTH DANIEL, 77, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED L-P-N AND A MEMBER OF NEW PROSPECT CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: BILLY DANIEL, ONE SON: DENNY DANIEL OF MURFREESBORO, ONE DAUGHTER: KIM FINCER OF ETHRIDGE, TWO SISTERS: ELLEN SHEDD OF LEOMA AND IONA SHEDD OF ETHRIDGE, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BERTIE RUTH DANIEL WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN KIDD CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2. 

 

 

JAMES DAVID "WHACKER" HUGHES, 84, OF LORETTO DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED GROUNDMAN FOR LAWRENCEBURG POWER SYSTEM AND A MEMBER OF FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: LUCILLE HUGHES, ONE DAUGHTER: CINDY HUGHES JOHNSON, TWO BROTHERS: ANDREW "BUSTER" AND EULAS "BUDDY" HUGHES BOTH OF LORETTO AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES DAVID "WHACKER" HUGHES WILL BE FRIDAY AT 10:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LORETTO CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 6 TO 8.   


LANA MANNING, 45, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS EMPLOYED AT JAN-PRO AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: DONALD "DUCK" MANNING, ONE DAUGHTER: ASHLEY MANNING, ONE SON: STEVEN MANNING BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE SISTERS: TRACY SMITH OF ATHENS, TINA TUBBS OF TUSCUMBIA AND LEAH TUBBS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LANA MANNING WILL BE FRIDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN OAK HILL CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 



ELMA ALFORD STEWART, 97, OF STAR CITY, ARKANSAS DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCEBURG AND A HOMEMAKER.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER CHILDREN: INDIA HAY OF COLUMBIA, BONNIE PEARSON OF STAR CITY AND JAMES STEWART JUNIOR OF ARKANSAS, 7 GRANDCHILDREN, 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR ELMA ALFORD STEWART WILL BE SATURDAY AT 4:00 AT KIDD CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 2 TO 3:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. 


MICHAEL RAY "MIKE" WILLCUTT, 53, FORMERLY OF FLORENCE, DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A ROOFER.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: CRYSTAL THIGPEN, ONE BROTHER: ROBERT GLEN HODGES, FOUR SISTERS: WANDA HATCHER, KATHY KEETON, DONNA HAYES AND SHELIA RODREGES AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MICHAEL RAY "MIKE" WILLCUTT WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MOUNT ZION CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 


RUBY SHELTON CHAPMAN, 100, OF NASHVILLE DIED SATURDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY FOUR SONS: JERRY CHAPMAN OF MADISON, TENNESSEE, ED AND CHARLES CHAPMAN BOTH OF NASHVILLE AND FRED CHAPMAN OF WHITES CREEK, TWO DAUGHTERS: MATTIE LOU JOINER OF NASHVILLE AND EDITH TIDWELL OF LAWRENCEBURG, 18 GRANDCHILDREN, 2 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 33 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 29 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RUBY SHELTON CHAPMAN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN ROSE HILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 


BETTY JO CLIFTON FISHER, 80, OF LAWRENCEBURG, FORMERLY OF LORETTO, DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER, AN HONORARY MEMBER OF THE CROSSROADS OF DIXIE ANTIQUE TRACTOR CLUB AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: JANELLE TININ AND ANITA LEE BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: BOBBY RAY CLIFTON OF LORETTO, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BETTY JO CLIFTON FISHER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LORETTO MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  



ALBERT MARVIN FLATT, 93, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY, A WORLD WAR TWO ARMY VETERAN, A MEMBER OF THE VFW, AMERICAN LEGION, WOODMEN OF THE WORLD AND GANDY CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: MARVIN FLATT OF MARTIN, ONE DAUGHTER: PAT HUDGINS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ALBERT MARVIN FLATT WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO GANDY CHURCH OV CHRIST OR THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

PAULINE DISSET MELTON ROY, 88, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: WILLIAM ROY OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE DAUGHTERS: LINDA JUNE MARTIN OF LAWRENCEBURG, DIANNE BOLEN OF CHEROKEE, ALABAMA AND REBECCA RAY OF WAYNESBORO, 9 GRANDCHILDREN AND 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PAULINE DISSET MELTON ROY WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:30 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HOUSER CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 



ALBERTA HOFFMAN CREWS, 91, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF REDHILL METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: STAN CREWS OF NASHVILLE, ONE SISTER: GERALDINE MASSEY OF LAWRENCEBURG, 4 GRANDCHILDREN, 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ALBERTA HOFFMAN CREWS WILL BE SATURDAY AT NOON AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT GROVE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11 TO NOON.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ALIVE HOSPICE IN NASHVILLE.



LOIS FAYE HAZELWOOD FREEMAN, 66, OF FLORENCE DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED REGISTERED NURSE AT ECM HOSPITAL AND A NON-DENOMINATIONAL CHRISTIAN.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: CHARLES FREEMAN, TWO DAUGHTERS: SANDRA BUTLER AND JENNIFER FREEMAN, TWO BROTHERS: JAMES EARL HAZELWOOD AND TOMMY RAY HAZELWOOD, TWO SISTERS: REBECCA ANN COUCH AND JENNY MCKINNIE, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LOIS FAYE HAZELWOOD FREEMAN WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.



BARBARA JEAN GORDY, 75, OF FRANKFURT, KENTUCKY DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM INTERNAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATES OF FRANKFURT AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY FOUR DAUGHTERS: TERESA LATTURE OF WHITEHOUSE, SUSAN EASTER OF GALLATIN, STARR BRYANT AND JENNIFER GORDY BOTH OF FRANKFURT, ONE SON: TONY GORDY OF LAWRENCEBURG, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BARBARA JEAN GORDY WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN CHATTANOOGA NATIONAL CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 10 TO 11.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE DEERFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDING FUND.

 

 

DONNA JEAN BLOOMFIELD SMITH, 73, OF ROSE HILL DIED MONDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: ROBERT WEIPERT, TWO SONS: JAMES MOUSSEAU JUNIOR OF ROSE HILL AND CHRIS MOUSSEAU OF MICHIGAN, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 20 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DONNA JEAN BLOOMFIELD SMITH WILL BE FRIDAY AT 10:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN ROSE HILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 


LUCAS MILLER, 21, OF ETHRIDGE DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS EMPLOYED AT MAURY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, A MEMBER OF HENRYVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE AND RESCUE AND BRACE BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER: MARY DOLLAR OF ETHRIDGE, HIS FATHER: GARY MILLER OF PULASKI, ONE BROTHER: JEFFERY DOLLAR OF ETHRIDGE, TWO SISTERS: LAUREN AND LINDSEY MILLER BOTH OF PULASKI, TWO STEP-BROTHERS: STACY DOLLAR OF ETHRIDGE AND SCOTT DOLLAR OF SUMMERTOWN, TWO STEP-SISTERS: TONI DOLLAR OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ANGIE DEXTER OF NASHVILLE AND HIS GRANDMOTHER: JEAN FRY OF PULASKI.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LUCAS MILLER WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BRACE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LUCAS MILLER MEMORIAL FUND AT FIRST FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK.



HUFORD JOHNSTON, 79, OF FARMERS BRANCH, TEXAS DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, RETIRED FROM AMERICAN AIRLINES, A NAVY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF BROOKHAVEN COUNTRY CLUB.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: CAROLYN JOHNSTON, ONE BROTHER: JAMES JOHNSTON OF COLUMBIA AND ONE SISTER: JANE JONES OF MCMINNVILLE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HUFORD JOHNSTON WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.



THOMAS FRANKLIN COX, 72, OF FIVE POINTS DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BELINDA SUE COX, ONE DAUGHTER: SHELIA RENA LEE OF ETHRIDGE, FIVE BROTHERS: ROYCE COX OF DEERFIELD, DAVID AND WAYLON COX BOTH OF FIVE POINTS, HAROLD COX OF NEW MARKET AND JIMMY COX OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE SISTERS: MILDRED THIGPEN OF GREENHILL, RUBY PUTMAN OF TUSCUMBIA AND IRENE JACKSON OF FLORENCE, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR THOMAS FRANKLIN COX WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 10:00 AT MOUNT PLEASANT CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL.



LONEY BOBO GRIFFIN, 98, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF FLATWOODS FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: MILTON FOXY GRIFFIN OF ETHRIDGE AND ALTON GRIFFIN OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE DAUGHTER: BRENDA GRIFFIN EISLER OF GEORGIA, 6 GRANDCHILDREN, 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LONEY BOBO GRIFFIN WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN JOHN LAY CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO FLATWOODS FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.



JOSEPH "RANDY" BOWEN, 58, OF MOUNT PLEASANT DIED MONDAY.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BLOWING SPRINGS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.



LAURIE RICHARDSON, 49, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SEPTEMBER 25TH.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A BAPTIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JEFF RICHARDSON, TWO DAUGHTERS: BROOKE AND KAYLA RICHARDSON BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS: MATT GOOCH OF NASHVILLE AND MARK GOOCH OF DECATUR, THREE SISTERS: LINDA JONES AND CINDY COPPINGER BOTH OF NASHVILLE AND HOLLY WADELL OF ALABAMA AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LAURIE RICHARDSON WILL BE THURSDAY AT 6:00 AT WORD OF LIFE MINISTRIES.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.



FRANKIE M. HAYGOOD, 92, OF MORTON, ILLINOIS, FORMERLY OF LEOMA, DIED TUESDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: JOSEPHINE JACOBS AND OLLIE DRIVER BOTH OF ILLINOIS, ONE SON: LEON HAYGOOD OF MISSOURI, 3 GRANDCHILDREN, 1 STEP-GRANDCHILD, 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR FRANKIE M. HAYGOOD WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN OAK HILL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

EDWARD CAMPBELL, 87, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY.  HE WORKED IN CONSTRUCTION, TAUGHT BUILDING TRADES AT THE TENNESSEE TECHNICAL COLLEGE, WAS A NAVY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR TWO AND KOREA AND A MEMBER OF NEW ZION BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DORIS CAMPBELL, THREE CHILDREN: JOYCE VERNON OF PULASKI, RICKEY CAMPBELL OF BRIDGEPORT AND MIKE CAMPBELL OF MOUNT JULIET, ONE BROTHER: JOHN WILLARD CAMPBELL OF ATHENS, THREE SISTERS: SARAH FINLEY AND MARTHA THOMPSON BOTH OF ARDMORE AND LUCILLE BAILES OF TUSCALOOSA, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EDWARD CAMPBELL WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE NEW ZION BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDING FUND.



EVA IMOGENE GILLIAM, 90, DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM MAREMONT GABRIEL.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: JERRY MCLEAN OF MANCHESTER, THOMAS GILLIAM OF PULASKI AND MIKE GILLIAM OF DECATURVILLE, TWO DAUGHTERS: PAULA MOONEY OF COLORADO AND PAM LANKFORD OF THOMPSON STATION, ONE SISTER: LONA MAE BREWER OF PULASKI, 18 GRANDCHILDREN, 30 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EVA IMOGENE GILLIAM WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SECOND STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.



JAMES LEONARD COUCH, 74, OF FLORENCE DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE LAUDERDALE COUNTY LANDFILL AND ATTENDED STUTTS ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: PHILLIS DAVIS, ONE BROTHER: DOYCE ELLIS COUCH AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES LEONARD COUCH WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT NOON AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 11 TO NOON.

 

 

MARTHA MARIE NIEDERGESES WEBB, 89, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER BOOKKEEPER FOR NIEDERGESES BROTHERS, HAD WORKED WITH LAWRENCE COUNTY MEALS ON WHEELS AND WAS A MEMBER OF LAWRENCEBURG SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY 6 CHILDREN: PAT WEBB OF CALIFORNIA, DONNIE WEBB OF LEWISBURG, KENNETH AND JOHN WEBB BOTH OF NASHVILLE AND CECELIA FOX AND CHRIS WEBB BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO SISTERS: ROBERTA VERNON AND LOUISE FLEEMAN BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 9 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARTHA MARIE NIEDERGESES WEBB WILL BE WEDNESDAY (AT 10:30 AT LAWRENCEBURG SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN CALVARY CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 4 TO 7:30 WITH ROSARY AT 7:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SACRED HEART SCHOOL, SACRED HEART CHURCH OR THE ALZHEIMER'S ORGANIZATION. 

 


EUGENE MCLAUGHLIN, 78, OF FLORENCE DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE UNITED STEEL WORKERS LOCAL 200, AN ARMY VETERAN AND ATTENDED THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: GAYLE MCLAUGHLIN, ONE DAUGHTER: ANDREA COLE OF GREENHILL, TWO SONS: WENDELL MCLAUGHLIN OF GREENHILL AND JARED MCLAUGHLIN OF FALKVILLE, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EUGENE MCLAUGHLIN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GREENHILL CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 6 TO 8.

 


WILLIAM H. "SONNY" AUGUSTIN THE SECOND, 82, OF LORETTO DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED FIELD CLERK FOR T-V-A, AN AIR FORCE VETERAN OF THE KOREAN CONFLICT, A MEMBER OF THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, AMERICAN LEGION POST 146 AND SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: ROBERT KARL AUGUSTIN SENIOR AND TWO SISTERS: RUTH AND DOLORES AUGUSTIN ALL OF LORETTO.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM H. "SONNY" AUGUSTIN THE SECOND WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN SACRED HEART CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8 WITH ROSARY SERVICE AT 7 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 

 


DEBBIE RYDER, 58, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF THE LAWRENCE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER PARENTS: DAVID AND MARILYN RYDER OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ONE SISTER: DALE TAYLOR OF LEOMA.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DEBBIE RYDER WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LAWRENCE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 


ROBERT A. FOSTER, 78, DIED SUNDAY OF BURAS, LOUISIANA DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF PULASKI AND A BARBER.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: PEGGY MOLIZON FOSTER, ONE SON: KEVIN FOSTER, ONE BROTHER: JOHN FOSTER AND FOUR SISTERS: NANCY BIRDSONG, GERTRUDE DICKEY, LINDA STAFFORD AND MARTHA DERRYBERRY.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ROBERT A. FOSTER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:30 AT MOTHE FUNERAL HOME IN HARVEY, LOUISIANA.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 10 UNTIL 1:30.



STEPHANIE MICHELLE ROGERS
, 44, OF KILLEN DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF KILLEN CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JEREMY PAUL ROGERS, ONE DAUGHTER: CARA GRACE BERRY, ONE SON: BRADYN ROGERS, HER PARENTS: MICHAEL AND JANICE LEMAY AND ONE BROTHER: STEPHEN LEMAY.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR STEPHANIE MICHELLE ROGERS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN ATLAS CHURCH OF CHRIST CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO MARS HILL SCHOOL OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

J-C WALLS, 70, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS THE RETIRED OWNER OF WALLS EXXON AND AUTO REPAIR AND A MEMBER OF THE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD.  HE IS SURVIVED BY FOUR SONS: KEITH AND DAWSON WALLS AND RODNEY FRY ALL OF PULASKI AND JASON WALLS OF ARDMORE, TWO DAUGHTERS: TINA GLOVER OF GOODSPRING AND MELLISSA ESTES OF PULASKI, TWO BROTHERS: JOE WALLS OF PULASKI AND LESLIE WALLS OF MINOR HILL, THREE SISTERS: JUANITA JONES OF PULASKI, ALVIE WILBURN OF PROSPECT AND MARY ZEIGLER OF CHATTANOOGA, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR J-C WALLS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LYNNWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 8. 



LOREDA RUSS JENKINS, 70, OF LYNNVILLE DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF LYNNVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JOHN ALFRED JENKINS AND ONE SISTER: ADELL STRICKLAND OF PULASKI.  NO SERVICES FOR LOREDA RUSS JENKINS ARE PLANNED AT THIS TIME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN KIDNEY FOUNDATION OR THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

TOMMY "POP DADDY" KING, 84, OF PROSPECT DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR AND A MEMBER OF WALES BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MILDRED WATKINS KING, FOUR SONS: FAGAN AND WAYNE KING BOTH OF PULASKI, JERRY AND RONNIE KING BOTH OF PROSPECT, TWO DAUGHTERS: ANNIE MCDOUGAL OF COLUMBIA AND DOT NEWTON OF PULASKI, TWO BROTHERS: ROBERT AND BILLY KING BOTH OF PULASKI, 11 GRANDCHILDREN AND 16 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR TOMMY "POP DADDY" KING WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN JOHNS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE WALES BAPTIST CHURCH GROWTH FUND.  



MIKE JUDD, 62, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A MEMBER OF LAWRENCEBURG SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: EASHIA TURNER OF COOKEVILLE, KATIE CHILTON OF SPRING HILL AND MICHAELA STRACHAN OF HENDERSONVILLE, ONE BROTHER: MATTHEW JUDD OF COLORADO, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MIKE JUDD WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 


WILLIAM "BILL" KROPFF, 70, OF WAYNESBORO DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE NAVY AND AIR FORCE, A MEMBER OF THE WAYNE COUNTY E-M-A AND THE CITY OF WAYNESBORO FIRE DEPARTMENT.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: LYNDA KROPFF, ONE SON: LEWIS, TWO DAUGHTERS: LEAH AND RHONDA, TWO BROTHERS: ANDREW AND STEVE, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM "BILL" KROPFF WILL BE THURSDAY AT 3:00 AT SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BUMPUS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 9 AND THURSDAY FROM 1 TO 3.



PEGGY BASS, 78, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED LPN AND A MEMBER OF MEADOW VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: DAVID BASS SENIOR, TWO DAUGHTERS: GAYLE CLANTON OF LEOMA AND RHEA ALSUP OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SON: DAVID BASS JUNIOR OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: BETTY HARGROVE OF MURFREESBORO, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PEGGY BASS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN OAK HILL CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 3. 



SUSIE BONEE FLEEMAN, 96, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF CLOVERDALE CONGREGATIONAL METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: DAFNEY BELVIN, ONE BROTHER: GLEN BONEE BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 6 GRANDCHILDREN, 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SUSIE BONEE FLEEMAN WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAY CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 7.

 

 

GENEVA THOMPSON ELLIOT, 81, OF MUSCLE SHOALS, FORMERLY OF LAWRENCEBURG, DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM TVA AND A MEMBER OF WOODWARD BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: BRENDA LAWRENCE OF CHATTANOOGA AND ONE SISTER: IRENE LITTRELL OF LAWRENCEBURG.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR GENEVA THOMPSON ELLIOTT WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT MARS HILL CEMETERY.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

WILLIAM JAMES CREWS, 91, OF HENRYVILLE DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND A MEMBER OF HENRYVILLE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JOYCE NADINE ABBOTT CREWS, THREE SONS: WILLIAM JAMES CREWS JUNIOR OF MICHIGAN, RICHARD FRANKLIN CREWS AND JARRIET HOWELL CREWS BOTH OF HENRYVILLE, THREE SISTERS: PAULINE ROSSON OF SUMMERTOWN, CONNIE POWELL AND SHIRLEY JACO BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR WILLIAM JAMES CREWS WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:00 AT SHADY GROVE CEMETERY.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

BOBBY THOMPSON, 77, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO, OWNER OF THOMPSON AND ASSOCIATES FURNITURE AND A MEMBER OF NEW PROSPECT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: CHRISTI THOMPSON AND ONE SISTER: IRENE LITTRELL BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BOBBY THOMPSON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE OR A KID'S PLACE CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER.

 

 

JARRETT LEE WIGGINS, 28, OF FIVE POINTS DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS AN ELECTRICIAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY CHASITY CRAIG WIGGINS, TWO DAUGHTERS: ANN LYNN AND MACY LEA WIGGINS BOTH OF BONNERTOWN, HIS MOTHER: KRISTIE FERGUSON OF FIVE POINTS, TWO SISTERS: CHELSEY LUNA OF WESTPOINT AND SLOAN FERGUSON OF FIVE POINTS AND HIS GRANDPARENTS: JOAN COX OF LAWRENCEBURG AND DANNY WIGGINS OF ANDERSON.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JARRETT LEE WIGGINS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN BONERTOWN CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO TOWARD FUNERAL EXPENSES. 

 

 

DOLLIE ROBERTSON, 87, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED AND A MEMBER OF ROSE PARK BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JOE ROBERTSON OF MISSOURI, TWO DAUGHTERS: LINDA ROBERTSON OF LAWRENCEBURG AND BONNIE FLETCHER OF FLORIDA, TWO BROTHERS: VIRGIL AND GENE GRINNEL BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO SISTERS: FRANCIS BAILEY OF TEXAS AND MARIE KELLEY OF LAWRENCEBURG, 16 GRANDCHILDREN, 28 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DOLLIE ROBERTSON WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

EVELYN S. WRIGHT, 90, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED EDITORIAL TYPIST FOR T-V-A FERTILIZER AND DEVELOPMENT.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE CHILDREN: OLIVIA MORGAN OF HUNTSVILLE, RICK AND TOM GARTH BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR EVELYN S. WRIGHT WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL GARDENS.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 


CODY LEE SLATON
, 19, DIED TUESDAY.  HE WORKED AT JOHNSON CONTROL.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: LEVI SLATON, HIS PARENTS: DARYL AND VICTORIA SLATON, THREE SISTERS: ALLENA, TIFFANY AND ELIZABETH SLATON ALL OF PULASKI, HIS GRANDPARENTS: KEN AND BARBARA HOTTENSTEIN OF PULASKI AND JOHN AND VI PRICE OF TEXAS AND HIS GREAT-GRANDPARENTS: J-B AND LINDA PRICE OF TEXAS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CODY LEE SLATON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

BERNICE NELL MILLER, 92, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A SAINT THOMAS NURSING SCHOOL GRADUATE AND A MEMBER OF ETHRIDGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: CATHERINE ANN DANFORTH OF ARIZONA AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR BERNICE NELL MILLER WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT ETHRIDGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ETHRIDGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.  

 

 

LONNIE "L-W" RUSSELL, 77, OF LYNNVILLE DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION, A FARMER AND A MEMBER OF LYNNVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BARBARA SANDS RUSSELL, ONE SON: RICKY RUSSELL, ONE DAUGHTER: DEBBIE UNDERWOOD, ONE SISTER: BARBARA BARLAR ALL OF LYNNVILLE, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LONNIE "L-W" RUSSELL WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LYNNWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 7.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO LYNNWOOD CEMETERY. 

 

 

RICHARD EDWARD "SPOONER" CHAPMAN, 73, OF ETHRIDGE DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED MECHANIC AND OF THE MORMON FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: PATRICIA LAWRENCE OF ETHRIDGE AND DIANA HURST OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SON: WILLIAM CURTIS CHAPMAN OF FLORIDA, THREE SISTERS: HELEN KELLEY OF LAWRENCEBURG, MARY ANN JEAN HASTINGS AND IVA BELLE CHAPMAN BOTH OF MICHIGAN, 9 GRANDCHILDREN AND 16 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A PRIVATE GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR RICHARD EDWARD "SPOONER" CHAPMAN WILL BE HELD AT LIBERTY HILL CEMETERY.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

PAULINE MORRISON, 67, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER, A PHARMACIST, A MEMBER OF THE RED HAT SOCIETY AND OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: PAULA PEEK OF CLARKSVILLE AND KAREN WILSON OF CULLEOKA, TWO SONS: GEORGE AND NATHAN MORRISON BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: MARY FOSTER OF MISSISSIPPI AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR PAULINE MORRISON WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT DEERFIELD CEMETERY.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

AUGUST PATT, 99, OF LORETTO DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO, A NAVY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR TWO, A MEMBER OF THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, THE AMERICAN LEGION, THE LORETTO LIFT-UP COMMITTEE, CHURCH CUSTODIAN AND A MEMBER OF SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JOHN PATT OF LORETTO, ONE SISTER: MARY CATHERINE WADE OF SMYRNA, 1 GRANDCHILD AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR AUGUST PATT WILL THURSDAY AT 10:00 AT LORETTO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN SACRED HEART CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8 WITH ROSARY SERVICE AT 7 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO LORETTO SACRED HEART SCHOOL.

 

 

LARRY GENE TURNER, 73, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A DOCTOR PRACTICING IN ARDMORE AND AN AIR FORCE VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: TIM TURNER OF LYNNVILLE, CODY AND CHAZZ TURNER BOTH OF PULASKI, TWO DAUGHTERS: KACY TURNER OF HERMITAGE AND TAMI PRATT OF WASHINGTON, ONE BROTHER: JIMMY TURNER OF FRANKEWING, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LARRY GENE TURNER WILL BE FRIDAY AT NOON AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 10 TO NOON.   MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO VICTORY JUNCTION.

 

 

WILLODENE VAUGHAN, 81, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED C-N-A FROM CROCKETT HOSPITAL AND A MEMBER OF HIGHLAND PARK BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: MICHAEL WHITE OF MISSISSIPPI, ONE DAUGHTER: PAM PURCELL OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: ELISE RUTHERFORD OF GOODSPRING, THREE BROTHERS: ROBERT GLOVER OF LAWRENCEBURG, JERRY AND HAROLD GLOVER BOTH OF PULASKI, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLODENE VAUGHAN WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

BARNEY W. "POP" BENNETT, 77, OF HOUSTON, TEXAS DIED AUGUST 23RD.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCEBURG, EMPLOYED WITH WISE SNACKS AND FITO LAY, AN ARMY VETERAN, A 32ND DEGREE MASON AND SHRINER AND ATTENDED RESURRECTION LUTHERAN CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: IRONA BENNETT, ONE SON: MICHAEL BENNETT, ONE DAUGHTER: JUDY LUNSFORD, THREE BROTHERS: DEE, TOMMY AND JIMMY BENNETT, FOUR SISTERS: JOAN AND SHIRLEY BENNETT, GLORIA WEATHERS AND MAE FOSTER, 4 GRANDCHILREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR BARNEY W. "POP" BENNETT WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 2 TO 4 AT MOUNT HOREB BAPTIST CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO AIM FOR THE CURE MELANOMA WALK HOUSTON TEAM OR THE RESURRECTION LUTHERAN CHURCH YOUTH GROUP.  HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.



RONALD E. BAILEY
, 80, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED POLICE OFFICER WITH THE LAWRENCEBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT AND A MEMBER OF HIGHLAND PARK BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JACKIE BAILEY, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR RONALD E. BAILEY WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT JOHN LAY CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

NADINE MATHIS, 83, OF SODDY DAISY, TENNESSEE DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF PULASKI AND A HOMEMAKER.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: RICHARD MATHIS OF SODDY DAISY AND WILLIAM KEITH MATHIS OF MARYLAND, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NADINE MATHIS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LYNNWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 1 TO 3. 

 

 

PANSY MARIE JOHNSTON MCLAIN, 91, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF SALANT AND SALANT, RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND A MEMBER OF CREWSTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: J-T AND WILLIAM MCLAIN BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ROBERT MCLAIN OF WESTPOINT, ONE DAUGHTER: SHIRLEY ANDREWS OF LAWRENCEBURG, 7 GRANDCHILDREN, 13 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PANSY MARIE JOHNSTON MCLAIN WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MCLAIN FAMILY CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

MAGGIE PINKELTON, 89, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM MAREMONT GABRIEL AND A MEMBER OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PULASKI.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: NANCY MOORE OF NASHVILLE AND BRENDA BLACKWOOD OF LAWRENCEBURG, 4 GRANDCHILDREN, 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MAGGIE PINKELTON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE PLEASANT RIDGE CEMETERY FUND OR NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY FUND.

 

 

LARRY EUGENE KEENER SENIOR, 67, OF IRON CITY DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE LAWRENCE COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT AND OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: KATHRYN KEENER, ONE SON: LARRY EUGENE KEENER JUNIOR OF IRON CITY, ONE DAUGHTER: CARLA RENA BURDEN OF LORETTO AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LARRY EUGENE KEENER SENIOR WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN UNION HILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

THEODORE WILEY GRIGGS, 88, OF ETHRIDGE DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM COLUMBIA CONSTRUCTION.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JESSIE HOLLIS GRIGGS, ONE DAUGHTER: DEBBIE GILCHRIST OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SON: MIKE GRIGGS OF WESTPOINT, FIVE SISTERS: LUCILLE QUALLS OF LAWRENCEBURG, DEAN ROBERTSON OF FLORIDA, OLEDA FRANKLIN OF MADISON, SUE ROBBINS OF LEOMA AND SHIRLEY COLLINS OF PELHAM, ALABAMA, 4 GRANDCHILDREN, 2 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THEODORE WILEY GRIGGS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN ROCHELL CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ABIGAIL'S PLAN OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE. 

 

 

GLENDA FRAN TIDWELL SPRINGER, 74, OF SAINT JOSEPH DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF SAINT JOSEPH METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: NORRIS SPRINGER, ONE SON: GREG SPRINGER OF LORETTO, HER MOTHER: RACHEL TIDWELL OF SAINT JOSEPH, TWO SISTERS: GAIL BURKES OF LORETTO AND JUDY TAYS OF SAINT JOSEPH, AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GLENDA FRAN TIDWELL SPRINGER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN SAINT JOSEPH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

KINUE BOYD, 87, FORMERLY OF LYNNVILLE DIED SATURDAY.  SHE ATTENDED NEW HOPE COMMUNITY CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: SHIRLEY BAKER OF MADISON AND NINA STEWART OF CULLEOKA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR KINUE BOYD WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT NEW HOPE COMMUNITY CHURCH IN BRENTWOOD WITH BURIAL IN LYNNWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 2 UNTIL 6 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME AND THURSDAY FROM 1 TO 2 AT THE CHURCH. 

 

 

CAROLYN PATRICIA LAWS, 70, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF NEW PROSPECT BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: DON AND JAMES LAWS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE DAUGHTER: AMY ATKISSON OF COLUMBIA, FOUR BROTHERS: TOMMY, LARRY AND JAMES WILBURN ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND FRED WILBURN OF TEXAS, TWO SISTERS: LINDA HARTSOCK OF PORTLAND, TENNESSEE AND SHERRY TITTLE OF LAWRENCEBURG AND 15 GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CAROLYN PATRICIA LAWS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

EQUILLA MATNEY SPRINGER, 88, OF WESTPOINT DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF ZION BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: HAROLD AND RONNIE SPRINGER BOTH OF WESTPOINT, TWO DAUGHTERS: SHEILA PRINCE OF LAWRENCEBURG AND SHARON FRIERSON OF MISSISSIPPI, TWO BROTHERS: TOMMY MATNEY OF KENTUCKY AND MARSHALL MATNEY OF OHIO, THREE SISTERS: SUE GATLIN OF LAWRENCEBURG, REBA FISHER OF BEMIS, TENNESSEE AND EMMANOLA ANDREWS OF LORETTO, 9 GRANDCHILDREN, 3 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 14 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EQUILLA MATNEY SPRINGER WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BLAIR CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

PARIS ARNOLD "BILLY" ROGERS, 91, OF KILLEN DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED ELECTRICIAN AND FARMER, A WORLD WAR TWO ARMY VETERAN, A MEMBER OF I-B-E-W 558 AND A METHODIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DORIS SPEARS ROGERS, TWO SONS: TIM ROGERS OF ATHENS AND RICKEY ROGERS OF KILLEN, ONE DAUGHTER: BRENDA PHILLIPS OF KILLEN AND TWO BROTHERS: JOHN ROGERS OF HUNTSVILLE AND ROBERT ROGERS OF KILLEN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PARIS ARNOLD "BILLY" ROGERS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN TRI-CITIES MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.

 

 

AGNES MARIE KERR OF PULASKI DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF ASPEN HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JOHN ANDREW KERR, ONE SON: ANDY KERR AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR AGNES MARIE KERR WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT GILES MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ASPEN HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. 

 

 

RAYMOND KEVIN STORY, 53, OF MINOR HILL DIED FRIDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BRIDGETTE STORY, ONE DAUGHTER: HARLEY STORY, ONE SON: T-J MCNATT BOTH OF MINOR HILL AND ONE STEP-SON: JONATHAN BEDDINGFIELD OF ELKMONT.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RAYMOND KEVIN STORY WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN CHESTNUT GROVE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

ELIZABETH JACKIE REVELS, 71, OF FLORENCE DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND OF THE CHURCH OF GOD FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBBAND: DAVID REVELS, ONE DAUGHTER: LISA CARDEN LACORTE, ONE BROTHER: LESTER BARNETT, THREE SISTERS: OPHELIA CARROLL, ONEIDA WHITE AND NORMA CARDEN AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

EULAN GREY HOOPER, 76, OF LEOMA DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER, FORMER TEACHER AT THE NASHVILLE AUCTION SCHOOL, PAST PRESIDENT OF THE KIWANIS CLUB, PAST PRESIDENT AND SECRETARY OF THE LAWRENCE COUNTY POULTRY CLUB AND A MEMBER OF CROSSROADS FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: IMOGENE GLASS HOOPER, ONE SON: REX HOOPER OF LEOMA, TWO DAUGHTERS: DONNA SHANNON OF LEOMA AND JILL LOONEY OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE BROTHERS: ELTON, EUAL AND EVERETT HOOPER ALL OF LEOMA, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EULAN GREY HOOPER WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN CROSSROADS FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

BARBARA ANN TRIPP, 62, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED C-N-A AND A MEMBER OF MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: MONICA COVINGTON OF LEOMA, TERESA KENNEMER AND MELISSA KAYE AMOS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS: JESSIE SHORTY DARNELL OF PULASKI AND WILLIAM RAY DARNELL OF LAWRENCEBURG, 5 GRANDCHILDREN, 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BARBARA ANN TRIPP WILL BE SUNDAY AT 3:00 AT MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

WILLIAM H. "HARRY" LANIER THE THIRD, 75, OF LORETTO DIED WEDNESDAY.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AND SATURDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2 AT WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

ROBERT W. COX SENIOR, 65, OF LYNNVILLE DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARY PEARL COOPER COX, ONE SON: ROBERT WADE COX JUNIOR OF NASHVILLE, TWO SISTERS: GERALDINE COX BROWN OF LEWISBURG AND MISSOURI COX HOLMAN OF LYNNVILLE AND ONE BROTHER: COLEMAN DAVIS COX OF NASHVILLE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ROBERT W. COX SENIOR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN COX CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 1 TO 2.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE ALS ASSOCIATION TENNESSEE CHAPTER. 

 

 

JOY REE BRITTON, 59, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED AUGUST 15TH.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: CHRISTOPHER COLLINS AND JOSHUA BRITTON BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE SISTERS: RUBY STEADMAN, REBA COLEMAN AND KAY WHITE ALL OF LEOMA, ONE STEP-BROTHER: JOHN SHAGG COLLINS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JOY REE BRITTON WILL BE SUNDAY AT 4:00 AT WORD OF LIFE MINISTRIES CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO WORD OF LIFE MINISTRIES CHURCH.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

JOYCE DARLENE ADKINS, 65, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: TRAVIS ADKINS.  A PRIVATE FAMILY SERVICE FOR JOYCE DARLENE ADKINS WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

BUDDY MASSEY, 85, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A SELF-EMPLOYED REAL ESTATE DEVELOPER, AN AIR FORCE VETERAN OF THE KOREAN CONFLICT AND A MEMBER OF MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: GERALDINE MASSEY, ONE SON: SKIP MASSEY OF LAWRENCEBURG, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND ONE GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BUDDY MASSEY WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ABIGAIL'S PLAN.



TYLER WADE FARRIS, 27, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A PROCESSING TECHNICIAN AT SPEARS COASTLINE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS PARENTS: JEFF AND SHEILA CLINGMAN MORRIS, THREE BROTHERS: JUSTIN LANE FARRIS, CHRIS MORRIS AND BRADY RYAN MORRIS ALL OF PULASKI, TWO SISTERS: KAYLA WATKINS OF PULASKI AND KRISTINA LATREILLE OF SPRING HILL, HIS GRANDPARENTS: JOHN AND DONNA MOWINSKI OF PULASKI AND STEP-GRANDPARENTS: PAUL AND MARGARET MORRIS OF PROSPECT.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR TYLER WADE FARRIS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 10:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MOUNT ZION CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE FUNERAL HOME TO HELP WITH FUNERAL EXPENSES. 



JERRY HARRIS TATUM
, 67, OF WAYNESBORO DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A FORMER TEACHER AND COUNSELOR AT COLLINWOOD HIGH SCHOOL, FORMER DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION FOR WAYNE COUNTY, A RETIRED NURSE IN THE MAURY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT AND SERVED IN THE PEACE CORPS.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: CYNTHIA JOY BROWN TATUM, TWO STEP-SONS: CARL AND SETH MOORE BOTH OF MURFREESBORO, ONE BROTHER: TONY TATUM OF WAYNESBORO, ONE SISTER: HILDA FRAZIER TATUM MOORE OF LEOMA AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARANGEMENTS. 

 

 

NANCY ELIZABETH RICHARDSON, 94, OF LORETTO DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED SEAMSTRESS.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: HOWARD MICKEY RICHARDSON AND DANNY TURNER RICHARDSON, ONE DAUGHTER: BARBARA PETERS BROWN, TWO SISTERS: VALLENE STANFORD AND CATHERINE GRAY, 6 GRANDCHILDREN, 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NANCY ELIZABETH RICHARDSON WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IN LORETTO WITH BURIAL IN BISHOP CHAPEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT THE CHURCH.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

JOY REE BRITTON, 59, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED AUGUST 15TH.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF WORD OF LIFE MINISTRIES.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: CHRISTOPHER COLLINS AND JOSHUA BRITTON BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE SISTERS: RUBY STEADMAN, REBA COLEMAN AND KAY WHITE ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE STEP-BROTHER: JOHN SHAGG COLLINS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JOY REE BRITTON WILL BE SUNDAY AT 4:00 AT WORD OF LIFE MINISTRIES.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO WORD OF LIFE MINISTRIES.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

CLARA EARLINE CLEMMONS STUTTS, 88, OF LAUDERDALE COUNTY DIED MONDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: REED STUTTS OF DECATUR, ONE BROTHER: JAMES CLEMMONS, THREE SISTERS: WILLIE CODY, VERGIA BRADLEY AND JOYCE SLATTON, 1 GRANDCHILD AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CLARA EARLINE CLEMMONS STUTTS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:30 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MILNER'S CHAPEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 10:30 TO 11:30. 

 

 

PHYLLIS JENNINGS, 57, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS CO-OWNER AND OPERATOR OF LAWRENCE COUNTY VAULTS.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: SAMANTHA CHILDRESS OF NASHVILLE, SAVANNAH BOLIN AND ELORA JENNINGS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE SONS: GARY AND JOEL WAVERCAN AND JOSEPH JENNINGS ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, 13 GRANDCHILDREN AND SEVERAL GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PHYLLIS JENNINGS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 10:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN CENTERPOINT CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 7.

 

 

ALICE MARIE RAMSEY, 53, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF BEECH GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: JOHN RAMSEY OF OHIO AND THREE SISTERS: ANNIE LUCILLE BELEW, LORENE MATLOCK AND LILLIE CHRISTIAN ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ALICE MARIE RAMSEY WILL BE WEDNESDAY 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HOUSER CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

BOBBY RAY BOBO, 67, OF COLUMBIA DIED FRIDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, A TRUCK DRIVER FOR EDWARDS OIL COMPANY AND A MEMBER OF CROSS BRIDGES BAPTIST CHURCH.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BOBBY RAY BOBO WILL BE THURSDAY AT 7 AT HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 7.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY OR THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION. 

 

 

ELENORA THERESA WILLIAMS, 92, OF LORETTO DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED SEAMSTRESS FROM SALANT AND SALANT AND A MEMBER OF LORETTO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ELENORA THERESA WILLIAMS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 10:00 AT LORETTO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN SACRED HEART CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8 WITH PRAYER SERVICE AT 7 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 

 

 

ASHLYN KATE MOON, THE 2 YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER OF DAVID AND CINDY MOON OF LORETTO, DIED TUESDAY.  IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS, SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: RILEY KEITH HAND, ONE SISTER: TRISTAN CARA HAND AND HER GRANDPARENTS: ROBERT AND JULIE MOON OF HUNTSVILLE AND EMMETT AND PAM PARRISH OF LORETTO.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ASHLYNN KATE MOON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN FAIRVIEW CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SAINT JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL. 

 

 

HUGH ASHWORTH, 87, OF ETHRIDGE DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED SELF-EMPLOYED CARPENTER, AN ARMY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR TWO AND ATTENDED GRACE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: JAN WINTERS OF SUMMERTOWN, TWO SONS: JEFF ASHWORTH OF TEXAS AND SCOTT ASHWORTH OF IOWA, ONE SISTER: PENNY SNYDER OF OHIO, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 11 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HUGH ASHWORTH WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN JOHN LAY CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

J-O PURCELL JUNIOR, 79, OF LEOMA DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM REYNOLDS ALUMINUM, AN ARMY VETERAN, A 32ND DEGREE MASON, A MEMBER OF AMERICAN LEGION POST 146 AND LEOMA BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: SAM PURCELL OF LEOMA AND ONE SISTER: BETTY JO COPELAND OF MICHIGAN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR J-O PURCELL WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PURCELL CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO LEOMA BAPTIST BENEVOLENCE FUND OR SAINT JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL.

 

 

ANNA GRACE WALKER, 90, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND A MEMBER OF SUMMERTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SISTERS: ETTA ROWDEN OF SUMMERTOWN AND RUTH ROWDEN AND BEATRICE WALKER BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ANNA GRACE WALKER WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

MARY ALICE HOGUES BUMPAS, 64, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND A MEMBER OF WEST GAINES CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: BARRY HOGUES OF VIRGINIA, ERNEST BUMPAS JUNIOR AND MATTHEW BUMPAS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE DAUGHTERS: NORMA SHARP OF COLUMIBA, TYANNA BUMPAS BROWN OF DECHERD, TENNESSEE AND KAYKAY DAVIS OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: ROBERT HOGUES OF NASHVILLE, ONE SISTER: TENNIE HOGUES OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ELEVEN GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY ALICE HOGUES BUMPUS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 3:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 2 TO 3.

 

 

ANNIE JO BEDFORD FRAKES, 84, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED COURT REPORTER AND A MEMBER OF IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: DEBRA FRAKES SIDES OF MOUNT PLEASANT, ONE SON: JEROLD COLEMAN FRAKES OF NEW YORK, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ANNIE JO BEDFORD FRAKES WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT GROVE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION OR THE LAWRENCE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

 

 

JAMES J. TIEDJENS, 85, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY, AUGUST 9TH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SHERRY TIEDJENS.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JAMES J. TIEDJENS WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, AUGUST 23RD FROM 3 TO 5 IN THE COUNTRY CAFE AT W-L-X RADIO.  HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

CHARLES LEROY SOUTH, 66, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS OF THE METHODIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: WILLIAM SOUTH, ONE DAUGHTER: AMANDA ELIZABETH BURLESON, HIS MOTHER: THELMA WIGGINS ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS: GENE SOUTH OF LORETTO AND BRIAN SOUTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: DANA BREWER OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR CHARLES LEROY SOUTH WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 2 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

DAVID LEE ABERNATHY, 81, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF MAREMONT GABRIEL, A HORSE, MULE AND DALMATION BREEDER, A CATTLEMAN, A NATIONAL GUARD VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: MARK LLOYD ABERNATHY OF HUNTSVILLE, ONE DAUGHTER: PAMELA ABERNATHY VAN DYKE OF SEWANEE, TENNESSEE, TWO SISTERS: MARTHA AND MARIE ABERNATHY, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR DAVID LEE ABERNATHY WILL BE SATURDAY AT 10:00 AT MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 6 TO 8 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CIRCLE OF CARE AT FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OR THE TENNESSEE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION. 

 

 

JAMES ARNOLD BECKMAN, 66, OF LORETTO DIED AUGUST 6TH.  HE WORKED AT LORETTO SERVICE STATION AND WAS AN ARMY VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY NUMEROUS COUSINS.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JAMES ARNOLD BECKMAN WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT OLD LORETTO CEMETERY.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

ROY MACK CAPERTON SENIOR, 63, OF IRON CITY DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED FACTORY WORKER AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DEBRA SUE CAPERTON, THREE SONS: ROY CAPERTON JUNIOR OF FLORENCE, DANNY CAPERTON AND JESSIE POWELL BOTH OF HOLLY CREEK, TENNESSEE, ONE DAUGHTER: HOLLIE DANIELS OF WEST POINT, HIS MOTHER: NELLIE RUTH CAPERTON OF HOLLY CREEK, ONE BROTHER: RICKY CAPERTON OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE SISTERS: REIDA KEENER AND BONNIE JOHNSTON BOTH OF HOLLY CREEK AND CORINNE GRIGGS OF HUNTSVILLE AND EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ROY MACK CAPERTON SENIOR WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN HOLLIS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

PAUL W. IVEY, 78, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED SCHOOL TEACHER, PAST DIRECTOR OF GOD'S STOREHOUSE, SALVATION ARMY CHAIRMAN, A MEMBER OF THE RETIRED TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION AND FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: CAROLE HARRIS IVEY AND ONE DAUGHTER: ERICA IVEY OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PAUL W. IVEY WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH A PRIVATE FAMILY BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITAITON WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE SALVATION ARMY, GOD'S STOREHOUSE OR FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.   

 

 

DAVID ALLEN PRYCE-JONES, 72, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A FORMER MACHINIST AT TRIDON AND AN ARMY VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: CAROLYN MATTERN PRYCE-JONES, TWO SONS: DAVID PRYCE-JONES OF MISSISSIPPI AND BRYAN PRYCE-JONES OF NASHVILLE, ONE DAUGHTER: DIANA PRYCE-JONES OF ARIZONA, TWO SISTERS: CAROL KREGENOW OF PENNSYLVANIA AND JUDY PRYCE-JONES OF FLORIDA AND 12 GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DAVID ALLEN PRYCE-JONES WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2. 

 

 

HARRY SMITHSON JUNIOR, 64, OF WESTPOINT DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH AND IS SURVIVED BY SEVERAL COUSINS.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR HARRY SMITHSON JUNIOR WILL BE TUESDAY AT 5 AT BLAIR CEMETERY.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

FAITH MARIA PICKENS, 8, OF PULASKI DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A STUDENT AT PULASKI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER FATHER: JOE PICKENS OF PULASKI, HER MOTHER: DAWN SNYDER OF FLORIDA, MOTHER AND FATHER: SHANNON AND BRUCE ROGERS BOTH OF PULASKI, FOUR BROTHERS: JOEY, MICHAEL, AUSTIN AND JEFFREY PICKENS ALL OF FLORIDA, THREE SISTERS: NANCY PICKENS AND MORGAN COSTA BOTH OF FLORIDA AND LEXIE PUGH OF MARYLAND AND ADOPTED SISTERS: EMILY ADAMS AND MEGAN ROGERS BOTH OF PULASKI.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR FAITH MARIA PICKENS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 10:00 AT FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5:30 TO 8:30 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

CAROLYN FAYE MORRIS TURNBO, 68, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER BANK TELLER AND EMPLOYEE OF THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE AND A MEMBER OF NEW LIFE FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: ALTON TURNBO, TWO DAUGHTERS: CHARLOTTE ANN SHEDD AND SUSAN MASON BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE STEP-SON: KEVIN TURNBO OF TEXAS, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: DARLENE CLENDENON OF FAYETTEVILLE, HER MOTHER: ANNIE ARLIE DAVIS MATHIS AND SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CAROLYN FAYE MORRIS TURNBO WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN WAYNE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

HARRY TODD FULTON, 85, OF LORETTO DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED CARPENTER WITH T-V-A, AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN WAR, A MEMBER OF CARPENTERS LOCAL 1209 AND LEXINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: JAMES BIRDYSHAW OF LAWRENCEBURG AND EDDIE BIRDYSHAW OF GREENHILL, ONE BROTHER: JOE FULTON OF CALIFORNIA, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HARRY TODD FULTON WILL BE THURSDAY AT NOON AT LEXINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN PETTUS CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 10 TO NOON AT THE CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO UNITY HOSPICE CARE.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

HELEN FRANCES DORSEY, 92, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR AND FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: DONNA KAYE SPEARMAN, 2 GRANDCHILDREN, 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HELEN FRANCES DORSEY WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LOCAL GIDEONS CAMP. 

 

 

NELLIE MARIE FOWLER PURCELL, 100, OF LORETTO DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LORETTO.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: JOE PURCELL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND JAMES BOOTY PURCELL OF KNOXVILLE, ONE DAUGHTER: CAROLYN PURCELL OF LEOMA, 8 GRANDCHILDREN, 11 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NELLIE MARIE FOWLER PURCELL WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

ELSIE JEWEL BEARDEN BELEW, 97, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER, A MEMBER OF THE RED HATS CLUB AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: BARBARA ANN FRANKLIN OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: CECILE BEARDEN OF ARKANSAS, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ELSIE JEWEL BEARDEN BELEW WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN SMITH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

EUGENE MICKEY MOORE, 82, OF GREENHILL DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A DRYWALL FINISHER AND A BAPTIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: MICHAEL GENE MOORE, KRIS MOORE AND JONATHAN THOMAS MELTON, TWO DAUGHTERS: CARLA JEAN WEEKS AND DONNA VADEN, THREE BROTHERS: JOEL HODGE, THEIU PHI MOORE AND ROBERT MAYNARD MOORE JUNIOR, 12 GRANDCHILDREN AND 14 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EUGENE MICKEY MOORE WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN EMMALINE STUTTS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 10 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

BONNIE ROGERS WADDELL, 81, OF FLORENCE DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF CEDAR GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: CLEM WADDELL, ONE SON: TONY ROGERS, ONE DAUGHTER: BONITA ROGERS ERWIN, TWO SISTERS: HAZEL BEHEL AND JEANETTE CLEMMONS, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BONNIE ROGERS WADDELL WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN TRI-CITIES MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

KEN AUGUSTIN, 76, OF LORETTO DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED BANKER AND A MEMBER OF LORETTO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: DARRYL AUGUSTIN JUNIOR OF NASHVILLE AND SCOTT AUGUSTIN OF COLUMBIA, ONE DAUGHTER: KIMBERLY ANN AUGUSTIN OLIVER OF TEXAS, ONE SISTER: SONDRA METHVIN OF LORETTO AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR KEN AUGUSTIN WILL BE THURSDAY AT 10:00 AT LORETTO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN SACRED HEART CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8 WITH PRAYER SERVICE AT 7 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO LORETTO SACRED HEART SCHOOL. 

 

 

THOMAS ALLEN BONSER, 41, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A MEMBER OF MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS FATHER AND STEP-MOTHER: THOMAS AND HELEN BONSER OF WASHINGTON, HIS STEP-FATHER: EDWARD REINDERS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND TWO STEP-SISTERS: DEBBIE SULLIVAN OF WASHINGTON AND TERRI SULLIVAN OF SOUTH CAROLINA.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR THOMAS ALLEN BONSER WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TOWARD FUNERAL EXPENSES.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

WALTER LEROY GRIMES, 91, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED CAR SALESMAN, A NAVY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF THE SALEM CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE GRANDCHILDREN: SHANNON HOWELL, JOSEPH GRIMES AND KATHERINE SAULS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WALTER LEROY GRIMES WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHADY GROVE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

WILLIAM C. "BUDDY" BEARDEN, 74, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM UNION CARBIDE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SHIRLEY BEARDEN, FOUR SONS: STEVE BEARDEN OF ALABAMA, KEITH, BROC AND PRESTON BEARDEN ALL OF SUMMERTOWN, TWO BROTHERS: LINDSEY BEARDEN OF SUMMERTOWN AND JIMMY BEARDON OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE SISTERS: LINDA HONN, JEAN LITTRELL AND CHARLENE RAWDON ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM C. "BUDDY" BEARDEN WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT BARNSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN THE CHURCH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 1 AT THE CHURCH.  HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

WILLIAM THOMAS "TACO" LANDERS, 64, OF KILLEN DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS AN INSTRUMENT MECHANIC AT T-V-A BROWNS FERRY, A NAVY VETERAN OF THE VIETNAM ERA, A MEMBER OF THE IBEW AND OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: HELDA BARNETT LANDERS, ONE BROTHER: GRADY BRADFORD OF ARKANSAS AND ONE SISTER: BRENDA THOMPSON OF MOULTON.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM THOMAS "TACO" LANDERS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN CENTER HILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 10 UNTIL 2. 

 

 

BARBARA JEAN HOLDEN, 62, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF GUM SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: WAYNE HOLDEN, ONE SON: STEPHEN NEWTON OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE DAUGHTER: TRACIE ADKISON OF SANTA FE, THREE STEP-DAUGHTERS: JOANNA SMITH AND MIRANDA KAPSALIS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND DEANNA HALLMARK OF LORETTO, TWO SISTERS: JELOA BONEE OF LAWRENCEBURG AND SUE WHITECOTTON OF SMITHVILLE, 15 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BARBARA JEAN HOLDEN WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 3:30 AT GUM SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN GUM SPRINGS CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT THE CHURCH.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

WILLIE JO SURLES POLLY, 90, OF FLORENCE DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF WOODLAWN CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: EDWARD POLLY OF KILLEN, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIE JO SURLES POLLY WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT WOODLAWN CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN TRI-CITIES MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1 AT THE CHURCH.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.  

 

 

ALFRED JOHN BECKMAN, 68, OF PLANO, TEXAS DIED JULY 23RD.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF LORETTO.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ALFRED JOHN BECKMAN WILL BE SATURDAY AT LORETTO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL FOLLOW AT THE LORETTO SENIOR CENTER. 

 

 

HOWARD PETE GRISHAM, 86, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED TAXI CAB DRIVER AND A MEMBER OF THE FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JOYCE TRUITT GRISHAM.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HOWARD PETE GRISHAM WILL BE THURSDAY AT 3:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 TO 8.

 

 

LARRY DALE CAMPBELL, 57, OF GOODSPRING DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: CAROLYN SWEENEY CAMPBELL, ONE SON: LARRY DALE CAMPBELL JUNIOR OF OHIO, ONE DAUGHTER: CRYSTAL LEFAN OF SHEFFIELD, TWO STEP-SONS: MICKEY DAVIS AND TYLER SIMMONS, HIS MOTHER: ODELL JOHNSON WRIGHT OF LEOMA, ONE BROTHER: DENNIS CAMPBELL OF FLORIDA, FOUR SISTERS: BARBARA TOMLIN AND AMANDA COX BOTH OF LEOMA, DARLENE GLADNEY OF GREENHILL AND LISA MARTIN OF LAWRENCEBURG AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LARRY DALE CAMPBELL WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 10:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT RIDGE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 6 TO 8.


DALLAS "GENE" HILL, 66, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS THE OWNER OF D-E HILL AND SON INCORPORATED.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DEBBIE HILL, ONE SON: GENE HILL, ONE DAUGHTER: DELANA HILL, HIS MOTHER: CORDIE HILL, ONE SISTER: JOAN HILL ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FAMILY OF DALLAS "GENE" HILL WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION OR ABIGAIL'S PLAN.


JIMMIE ELMO GREENE, 84, OF LEOMA DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED JANITOR FOR THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM, AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN CONFLICT AND A MEMBER OF BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: WADE GREENE OF LEOMA AND RANDY GREENE OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE DAUGHTERS: BRENDA MOORE OF LAWRENCEBURG, MARILYN CUMMINS OF WAYNESBORO AND TERRI HAMM OF PULASKI, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND 12 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JIMMIE ELMO GREENE WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN BETHEL CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  THE BODY WILL LIE IN STATE AT THE CHURCH FOR ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE SERVICE.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.


LINDA POPLAWSKI, 69, OF SHEFFIELD DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED SECRETARY FOR E-C-M HOSPITAL AND A MEMBER OF THE JEHOVAH WITNESS FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: ALEX SANDY POPLAWSKI, TWO SONS: TOMMY POPLAWSKI OF MURFREESBORO AND TIM POPLAWSKI OF SHEFFIELD, ONE SISTER: BRENDA KAY FELAN OF COLUMBIA, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LINDA POPLAWSKI WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8.


FRANCES HUNT EZELL THOMASON, 94, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM H-G HILLS AND CAMPBELL'S FOOD TOWN AND A MEMBER OF COLLEGE PLACE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: PAT HEADRICK OF FRANKLIN, TWO SONS: DAVID EZELL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND JOHNNY EZELL OF NASHVILLE, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR FRANCES HUNT EZELL THOMASON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.


JAMES OLEN PETTUS, 82, OF LORETTO DIED SATURDAY.  HE ATTENDED STATE LINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: VIRGINIA CREEKMORE PETTUS, ONE SON: JIMMY DALE PETTUS OF LORETTO, ONE DAUGHTER: PHYLLIS CONNER OF HOHENWALD, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES OLEN PETTUS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN RESTVIEW CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SAM JUNIOR SIMPSON, 69, OF LAWRENCEBURG, FORMERLY OF WEST POINT, DIED FRIDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED AS A MAINTENANCE WORKER FOR MURRAY OHIO.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO STEP-CHILDREN: ANN BROWN OF VIRGINIA AND HERMAN EDMISTON OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE BROTHERS: JOHN, LARRY AND MICHAEL CATHEY, FOUR SISTERS: ELIZABETH SPRIVEY, FAYE DOBBINS, MARY CATHEY AND RHONDA CATHEY ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR SAM JUNIOR SIMPSON WILL BE MONDAY AT 6 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 6.  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CONNIE HOLLMAN, 80, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED EDUCATOR FOR THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM, A MEMBER OF THE RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, PAST PRESIDENT OF THE PILOT CLUB, A BOARD MEMBER OF GODS STORE HOUSE AND THE BLUE GRASS LIBRARY, PAST SPONSOR OF THE L-C-H-S ANCHOR CLUB, A PAUL HARRIS FELLOW AND A MEMBER OF LAWRENCEBURG SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: ANDY HOLLMAN OF ETHRIDGE AND PAT HOLLMAN OF LAWRENCEBURG, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CONNIE HOLLMAN WILL BE THURSDAY AT 10:30 AT SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN CALVARY CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 WITH ROSARY AT 7:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC SCHOOL. 

 

 

JERRY DALE HICKS, 54, OF WAYNESBORO DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A FORMER FACTORY WORKER FOR MURRAY OHIO AND A MEMBER OF RAY'S CHAPEL CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JACOB HICKS, TWO DAUGHTERS: JESSICA RAVEN HICKS AND JERRICA KATLINE HICKS ALL OF COLLINWOOD, HIS PARENTS: MARVIN EDWARD AND REBA IRENE KILBURN HICKS AND TWO BROTHERS: MARVIN WAYNE AND JAMES LARRY HICKS ALL OF WAYNESBORO.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JERRY DALE HICKS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 3:00 AT SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN COLE CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 6 TO 9 AND TUESDAY FROM 9 UNTIL 3. 

 

 

LEON INMAN, 72, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM NEAL FUNERAL HOME AND A MEMBER OF MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: CHRIS, STEVE AND CHUCK INMAN, ONE DAUGHTER: LYNN FAULKNER ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, FIVE SISTERS: MARGIE JONES, MARTHA GARRARD AND REBECCA CHEATWOOD ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, SAVILLA CLIFTON OF NASHVILLE AND CONNIE SMITH OF LAVERGNE, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LEON INMAN WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ABIGAIL'S PLAN. 

 

 

HUNTER LEE GAINES, 16, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY.  HE WAS A STUDENT AT LAWRENCE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, A MEMBER OF FLATWOODS FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH AND ATTENDED THOUSAND HILLS COWBOY CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER AND STEP-FATHER: CHRISTY ANN AND JEFFREY TABOR, HIS FATHER AND STEP-MOTHER: JESSE AND KANDI SUE GAINES ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, FIVE BROTHERS: LEVI, SKYLER, SABASTIAN, SIMON AND BRADLEY GAUGE, HIS GRANDPARENTS: WILLIE AND SHIRLEY RAMSEY OF LAWRENCEBURG AND MATTIE SHEPHARD OF SUMMERTOWN AND HIS STEP-GRANDPARENTS: JOHN ROWLAND SENIOR AND PEGGIE SUE BUTTZ BOTH OF GEORGIA AND SHERRY GUTHRIE OF BUNKER HILL, TENNESSEE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HUNTER LEE GAINES WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT FLATWOODS FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN HOUSER CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 1 TO 8 AND TUESDAY FROM 9 TO 11 AT THE CHURCH.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

CHARLES HERMAN HOWELL, 73, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BARBARA JEAN DAVIS HOWELL, ONE SON: JEFF HOWELL OF FLORENCE, ONE DAUGHTER: JEANNEA HOWELL JONES OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS: DEVON HOWELL OF GILES COUNTY AND LLOYD HOWELL OF KENTUCKY, ONE SISTER: HELEN LAMAR OF PULASKI AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR CHARLES HERMAN HOWELL WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT SCOTTS HILL CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 1 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

THEODORE "TED" FLANAGAN, 94, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED PROFESSOR FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT AND AN ARMY VETERAN SERVING IN WORLD WAR TWO AS A SURGICAL NURSE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JULIE FLANAGAN, ONE SON: ROBERT THEODORE FLANAGAN OF VERMONT, TWO STEP-SONS: DONALD EDWARD MANDIGO OF TEXAS AND RICHARD PAUL MANDIGO OF NORTH CAROLINA, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: MELANIE JANE HENNESSEY OF LAWRENCEBURG, 2 GRANDCHILDREN, 4 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.  

 

 

VANCE A. BROCK, 84, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED FARMER, RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND A MEMBER OF MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DOROTHY LONG BROCK, FOUR CHILDREN: KATHY LYONS, JUDY MATNEY AND CONNIE BROCK ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND GARY BROCK OF FRANKLIN, ONE SISTER: ELOIS BROCK LONG OF LAWRENCEBURG, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR VANCE A. BROCK WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MACEDONIA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE MACEDONIA YOUTH FUND ORTHE MEADOWVIEW YOUTH FUND.

 

 

JOSEPH M. "JOE" MORTON, 55, OF IRON CITY DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS AN EMPLOYEE OF LORETTO TELEPHONE AND ATTENDED IRON CITY CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE BROTHERS: JOHN AND ALVON MORTON BOTH OF IRON CITY AND WILLIAM MORTON OF MICHIGAN, THREE SISTERS: SARAH WILSON OF KENTUCKY, CAROLYN EWING OF LEWISBURG AND DEOWATHA LYNN OF GEORGIA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOSEPH M. "JOE" MORTON WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN WADE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SUNDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

LLOYD LEON CROWELL, 78, OF LEOMA DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A MARINE VETERAN OF THE VIETNAM WAR, A MEMBER OF THE LIONS CLUB AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: RUBY NELL FAULKNER CROWELL, TWO SONS: BARRY LEON CROWELL OF CHATTANOOGA AND GARY CROWELL OF MISSISSIPPI, ONE DAUGHTER: TERESA RAE HALE OF SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE, TWO STEP-DAUGHTERS: PATRICIA JEAN BEASLEY AND PAMELA JANE MARKUS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 1 GRANDCHILD, 5 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR LLOYD LEON CROWELL WILL BE MONDAY AT 3:00 AT TWIST WOOD CEMETERY IN ROSE HILL, MISSISSIPPI WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 

 

 

PEGGY MCCREE, 56, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS EMPLOYED AT GRAPHIC PACKAGING AND A MEMBER OF CLOVERDALE CONGREGATIONAL METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DARREN MCCREE, ONE DAUGHTER: TABITHA DAVIS BOTH OF PULASKI, HER MOTHER: JEAN RATLIFF OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: BRENDA STEPHENSON OF LEOMA, ONE BROTHER: TERRY RATLIFF OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PEGGY MCCREE WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.

 

 

WINNIE DALE NORWOOD SEWELL, 80, OF LEOMA DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF LEOMA BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: OWEN DELL SEWELL, ONE DAUGHTER: DONNA RHEA OF LEOMA, ONE SON: DANNY SEWELL OF SAVANNAH, TENNESSEE AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WINNIE DALE NORWOOD SEWELL WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ABIGAIL'S PLAN. 

 

 

EDWARD LEE KILBURN, 81, OF TAFT, TENNESSEE DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY AND A CRANE OPERATOR.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: EDWARD LEE KILBURN JUNIOR, ONE DAUGHTER: REGINA MARLOW BOTH OF MURFREESBORO, ONE SISTER: JOYCE MARIE COLLICK OF LAWRENCEBURG, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EDWARD LEE KILBURN WILL BE HELD THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HOUSER CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

ANGELA JO GRIGGS ERVIN, 36, DIED TUESDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: AMY LYNN ERVIN, BRANDALYNN ANNETTE ERVIN AND DESTINY AALIYAH MINCHEY, HER MOTHER: ANITA JO BRYANT, HER FATHER: RICHARD EARL GRIGGS AND HER GRANDMOTHER: JOYCE BRYANT.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ANGELA JO GRIGGS ERVIN WILL BE THURSDAY AT 3:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LYNNWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

VIVIAN HOWARD CLACK, 91, DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF PULASKI.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: MATTIE PATRICK OF SOUTH CAROLINA, TERESA MARTIN OF GEORGIA AND PAMELA REYNOLDS OF PULASKI, FOUR SONS: EDWARD ALLEN CLACK THE SECOND OF KENTUCKY, TERRY CLACK OF NEW YORK, RALPH CLACK OF PULASKI AND DONALD CLACK, 22 GRANDCHILDREN, 22 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR VIVIAN HOWARD CLACK WILL BE SATURDAY AT NOON AT TEMPLE OF PRAISE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN SAINT PAUL AGNEW CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11 TO NOON AT THE CHURCH.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

DAISY ESTHA LUNCFORD TRIPP, 93, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF GRACE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: JOAN TRIPP OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: REAVIS LUNCFORD OF LEOMA AND ONE SISTER: PANSY POOLE OF OHIO.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DAISY ESTHA LUNCFORD TRIPP WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 7. 

 

 

JOHN THOMASON, 73, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED SATURDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SISTERS: KATHY CROSS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND MILDRED PIGG OF SUMMERTOWN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOHN THOMASON WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MOUNT HOREB CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

NEWMAN L. GRAVES, 88, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED FARMER, A WORLD WAR TWO ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF ROCK SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: FRONIE GRAY GRAVES, ONE DAUGHTER: JEAN ROCHELLE OF COLUMBIA, ONE SON: MICHAEL GRAVES OF SUMMERTOWN, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NEWMAN L. GRAVES WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

HARRY ALFRED SHULTS, 81, OF LEOMA DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A CABINET MAKER, AN AIR FORCE VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF CALVARY HILL CHURCH OF GOD.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SHIRLEY SHULTS, ONE SON: JERRY SHULTS OF LEOMA, ONE DAUGHTER: CYNTHIA LEE SIMPSON OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS: BERNARD SHULTS OF ETHRIDGE AND WILBURN SHULTS OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: NELLIE WELLS OF LAWRENCEBURG, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HARRY ALFRED SHULTS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LINDSEY GROVE CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

STONEY DRAKE, 39, OF LYNNVILLE DIED FRIDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: BLADE DRAKE OF INDIANA, HIS MOTHER: MARY LOUISE BRADEN DRAKE OF LYNNVILLE AND THREE SISTERS: TANGELIA DRAKE OF NASHVILLE, WILDA DRAKE YOUNG OF MURFREESBORO AND CATHY DRAKE OF COLUMBIA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR STONEY DRAKE WILL BE FRIDAY AT NOON AT THE TEMPLE OF PRAISE WITH BURIAL IN EVERBRIGHT CEMETERY.  VISITAITON WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 7 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME AND FRIDAY FROM 11 TO NOON AT THE CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE FUNERAL HOME TO ASSIST WITH BURIAL EXPENSES. 

 

 

PATRICIA ANN WATKINS ROBERSON, 80, OF IRON CITY DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM IRON CITY STAMPING, A MEMBER OF THE EASTERN STAR AND A FREEWILL BAPTIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: ENOLA GAY WALLACE OF IRON CITY, ONE BROTHER: OWEN PHILLIP WATKINS, TWO SISTERS: DOROTHY RHODES AND ALICE GRUBER ALL OF FLORENCE, 2 GRANDCHILDREN, 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PATRICIA ANN WATKINS ROBERSON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN RAILROAD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

DOUGLAS RAY ADAMS, 45, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHERS: PAULINE ADAMS AND MARY ADAMS, THREE BROTHERS: ANDREW AND PADEN ADAMS AND JASON CLAYTON AND FOUR SISTERS: SUSAN SHOEFSTALL, JANICE BUSBY, REBECCA CHILDERS AND REBECCA ROBINSON.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DOUGLAS RAY ADAMS WILL BE SUNDAY 2:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN NEW SALEM CHURCH OF GOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

JAMES RYAN PROCTOR, 95, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A TEACHER AND COACH AND A CHRISTIAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: ALEXIS MILLER OF PULASKI, TWO SONS: JAMES AND MATTHEW PROCTOR OF FLORIDA, THREE SISTERS: PAT SOLARZ, KATY NORRIS AND CINDY BEDELL, TWO BROTHERS: WILLIAM AND THOMAS PROCTOR OF FLORIDA AND SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR JAMES RYAN PROCTOR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT BRADSHAW CEMETERY.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

JACKIE BRADLEY, 52, OF LORETTO DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS AN EMPLOYEE OF LORETTO CASKET COMPANY AND A CATHOLIC.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO CHILDREN: BECKY WARD OF SAINT JOSEPH AND DUSTIN HELD OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ONE SISTER: PAM KILLEN OF LORETTO AND TWO BROTHERS: KEVIN KILLEN OF ANDERSON AND ROGER KILLEN OF COLUMBIA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JACKIE BRADLEY WILL BE FRIDAY AT 10:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN HENSLEY CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

JONATHAN EDWARD FUQUA, 34, OF MADISON, ALABAMA DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCEBURG, AN ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF THE 7TH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS FATHER: LOUIS FUQUA JUNIOR, THREE BROTHERS: LOUIS FUQUA THE THIRD OF GEORGIA, WILLIAM FUQUA OF PULASKI AND DEVONTAE FUQUA OF NASHVILLE AND THREE SISTERS: NANCY FLETCHER OF MADISON, LISA OLDS OF PULASKI AND ODELLA FUQUA OF ILLINOIS.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JONATHAN EDWARD FUQUA WILL BE SATURDAY AT NOON AT REYNOLDS FUNERAL HOME IN DECATUR. 

 

 

JAMES HOWARD PALMORE, 71, OF LEOMA DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM DURA AUTOMOTIVE AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: LORA MORGAN OF LORETTO, TWO BROTHERS: WALLACE PALMORE OF LEOMA AND PAUL PALMORE OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: EMILY WEATHERS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES HOWARD PALMORE WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN CENTER POINT METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LEOMA BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDING FUND.

 

 

JAMES CONRAD HARBISON, 91, OF SAUGUS, MASSACHUSETTS DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, A RETIRED CHIEF PETTY OFFICER FOR THE NAVY AND A MEMBER OF THE FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION AND THE AMERICAN LEGION.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: VERA HARBISON, TWO SONS: JAMES WILLIAM HARBISON AND DAVID BYRON HARBISON BOTH OF MASSACHUSETS, TWO SISTERS: NANCY DAUGHTRY OF ETHRIDGE AND NYLA COLLINS OF FLORIDA, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES CONRAD HARBISON WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MARS HILL CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 2. 



GRADY LEE LIPSCOMB
, 83, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A FARMER, A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF GENESCO AND A MEMBER OF DEERFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: WILLODEAN BREWER LIPSCOMB, ONE SON: ROBERT LEE LIPSCOMB OF MEMPHIS, ONE DAUGHTER: JOYCE BENDER OF SPRING HILL, THREE SISTERS: SUE BREWER OF MICHIGAN, GRACE ALRED OF TULLAHOMA AND BONNIE SANDERS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GRADY LEE LIPSCOMB WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HIGHLAND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 9 AND THURSDAY FROM 8 UNTIL 11.

 

 

KIRBY LEE VIDRINE THE FOURTH, 15, OF FORT CARSON, COLORADO DIED JULY 1ST.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF FORT STEWART, GEORGIA AND A MEMBER OF FOUNTAIN INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH IN COLORADO.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS PARENTS: KIRBY LEE VIDRINE THE THIRD AND WENDY LEE VIDRINE OF FORT CARSON, SEVEN SISTERS: KELLY, MANDY, LEEANN, MARTHA, CHRISTA, JOHANNA AND LINDSEY VIDRINE, TWO BROTHERS: THOMAS AND WILLIAM VIDRINE, HIS GRANDPARENTS: JOHN AND DELORES VIDRINE OF LOUISIANA, DONALD AND MARY EVELYN MCWHORTER OF GEORGIA AND NORMA MARLER OF PELL CITY, ALABAMA AND HIS GREAT-GRANDMOTHER: PAULINE HOWELL OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR KIRBY LEE VIDRINE THE FOURTH WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT FALL RIVER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN FALL RIVER CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 10 UNTIL 1:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LIGHT ON THE MOUNTAIN YOUTH CAMP IN ROBBINSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. 

 

 

JUSTIN DONALD ALLEN, 70, OF KILLEN DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM T-V-A, A NAVY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF ANTIOCH CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: VICKY LANE LILES ALLEN, ONE SON: JUSTIN DANIEL ALLEN OF BIRMINGHAM, ONE DAUGHTER: MARY ANN MCGOWEN OF VIRGINIA, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: ALANA VESS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, THREE BROTHERS: HOY ALLEN OF FLORENCE, LENDON POP ALLEN AND GREG ALLEN BOTH OF KILLEN, THREE SISTERS: JAN WILLIAMS AND VICKY STYLES BOTH OF FLORENCE AND DEBORAH IRWIN OF FAIRVIEW, 1 GRANDCHILD AND 2 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JUSTIN DONALD ALLEN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT ANTIOCH CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN CENTER HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

TIMOTHY BRETT BYRD, 58, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS EMPLOYED BY THE GILES COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT AND A MEMBER OF MOUNT MORIAH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: ROXIE TOONE BYRD, ONE DAUGHTER: SARA BYRD WEATHERLY OF NASHVILLE, ONE SON: JONATHAN BYRD OF HUNTSVILLE, TWO STEP-SONS: JOHN AND ROBERT GREEN BOTH OF PULASKI, TWO SISTERS: MELANIE INMAN OF ETHRIDGE AND JAN BREWER OF LAWRENCEBURG AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR TIMOTHY BRETT BYRD WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNET MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MOUNT MORIAH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 7. 

 

 

SHARON JEAN RICHARDSON, 54, OF KILLEN DIED TUESDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: MARVIN TIDWELL, ONE SON: ROCCO CAMPBELL, ONE SISTER: PATRICIA LETSON AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  NO SERVICE IS PLANNED FOR SHARON JEAN RICHARDSON.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

ANNA RUTH DIXON GOBBELL, 79, OF COLLINWOOD DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER, FORMER EMPLOYEE OF TRACE MANUFACTURING AND A MEMBER OF MILLROCK FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: TIMOTHY MACK, JOHN MARK AND PHILLIP DIXON GOBBELL ALL OF COLLINWOOD, ONE DAUGHTER: KIMBERLY ANN DAVIS OF HOHENWALD, TWO BROTHERS: PAUL DIXON OF COLLINWOOD AND JAMES LEE DIXON OF FLORENCE, SIX SISTERS: BECKY DIXON, FRANCES TURNBO, VON DIXON AND LELA KEPHART ALL OF COLLINWOOD, JANE COX OF FLORENCE AND DEAN HOWARD OF CHATTANOOGA, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ANNA RUTH DIXON GOBBELL WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHAWNETTEE MEMORY GARDENS. 

 

 

BUFORD L. "DOCK" JESTER, 87, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, A RETIRED FARMER AND HORSE TRAINER, OWNER AND OPERATOR OF JESTER STABLES, A MEMBER OF THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE BREEDERS AND EXHIBITORS AND MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JERRY JESTER OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO SISTERS: FAYE WOODRUFF OF NASHVILLE AND EVELYN RAMAHI OF TEXAS, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR BUFORD L. "DOCK" JESTER WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT MARS HILL CEMETERY.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO MARS HILL CEMETERY.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

RUTH EVELYN EVERS WALTZ, 83, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: JOHN WILLIAM OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ROBERT JOSEPH OF CALIFORNIA, ONE DAUGHTER: CHERYL SMITH OF NORTH CAROLINA AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RUTH EVELYN EVERS WALTZ WILL BE TUESDAY AT 10:00 AT SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN CALVARY CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 3 TO 6:30 WITH ROSARY AT 6:30 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH OR SACRED HEART CATHOLIC SCHOOL.  PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

NELLA HAYGOOD ROBBINS, 77, OF TRENTON, MICHIGAN DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, A HOMEMAKER AND OF THE CHURCH OF GOD FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SISTERS: MARIE HUNTLEY AND MYRTLE KIMBREL BOTH OF LEOMA AND TWO BROTHERS: R-V HAYGOOD OF COLUMBIA AND J-C HAYGOOD OF GEORGIA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NELLA HAYGOOD ROBBINS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LINDSEY GROVE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

BOBBY G. WADE SENIOR, 81, OF LEOMA DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO, A MEMBER OF THE LORETTO AND ROGERSVILLE SENIOR CITIZENS AND FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JANICE JOHNS WADE, FOUR SONS: DANNY AND BOBBY WADE JUNIOR BOTH OF HUMBOLT, TENNESSEE, JAMIE WADE OF LORETTO AND STEPHEN WADE OF ODENVILLE, ALABAMA, TWO DAUGHTERS: SUSAN LUCKEY OF HUMBOLT AND ANGIE SHADDIX OF LORETTO, TWO SISTERS: MOLLIE LYNSKI OF ILLINOIS AND CHERRY LAMBERTY OF FLORIDA, 11 GRANDCHILDREN AND 12 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BOBBY G. WADE SENIOR WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN LORETTO MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT THE CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY OR THE JOHN ALBRIGHT FOOD CENTER IN LORETTO.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

MIRL GROOMS, 89, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED MONDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARY REDA GROOMS, ONE DAUGHTER: JANICE PRICE, ONE STEP-SON: ODIE DUNCAN, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: ANN MABRY, TWO BROTHERS: JOE GROOMS OF NEW MEXICO AND JACK GROOMS OF LINDEN, ONE SISTER: MOTTIE SKELTON OF FLATWOODS, 3 GRANDCHILDREN, 4 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 11 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MIRL GROOMS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 3:00 AT FREEDOM CHURCH OF CHRIST WITH BURIAL IN FREEDOM CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 1 TO 3 AT THE CHURCH.  WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

DEANNA MICHELLE DOBBS JOHNSON, 47, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS EMPLOYED WITH PATH GROUP AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: BRAXTON JOHNSON OF ETHRIDGE, ONE DAUGHTER: BREE JOHNSON OF LAWRENCEBURG, HER MOTHER: RUTH DOBBS OF ETHRIDGE, HER FATHER: JOHNNY DOBBS AND HER GRANDMOTHER: MARY FRANCES ROSA BOTH OF NASHVILLE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DEANNA MICHELLE DOBBS JOHNSON WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LIBERTY HILL CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LIBERTY HILL CEMETERY FUND OR THE DEANNA JOHNSON MEMORIAL FUND AT THE BANK OF FRANKEWING. 

 

 

EZEKIEL DANIEL OXFORD, 67, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE CITY OF LAWRENCEBURG AND OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: LAVERNE HAYES OXFORD, THREE DAUGHTERS: LORI OXFORD JONES OF FRANKLIN, RACHEL OXFORD CRAIGE OF BIRMINGHAM AND LAURA CASH COX OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SON: BART HAYES CASH OF SPRING HILL AND ELEVEN GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR EZEKIEL DANIEL OXFORD WILL BE MONDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LAWRENCE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

 

 

ANITA BEECHAM PRINCE, 64, OF MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM THE U-S ARMY CONTRACTING AGENCY AND OF THE PROTESTANT FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: SAM PRINCE, ONE DAUGHTER: COURTNEY NICOLE PRINCE OF MARYVILLE AND TWO STEP-CHILDREN: LAUREL PRINCE SMITH OF ANISTON, ALABAMA AND JOSEPH PRINCE OF MOBILE.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR ANITA BEECHAM PRINCE WILL BE SATURDAY AT 6 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 4 TO 6.  



FLOSSIE HAYES CUNNINGHAM, 101, OF ETHRIDGE DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER, A MEMBER OF THE EASTERN STAR, PROGRESSIVE GARDEN CLUB, RO-ANN CLUB, A PAUL HARRIS FELLOW SECOND LEVEL AND A MEMBER OF ETHRIDGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: H-B CUNNINGHAM JUNIOR OF MEMPHIS AND CHARLES CUNNINGHAM OF HENDERSONVILLE, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR FLOSSIE HAYES CUNNINGHAM WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT ETHRIDGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN JOHN LAY CEMETERY.  THE BODY WILL LIE IN STATE AT THE CHURCH FOR ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE SERVICE.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

JENNIFER SMITH, 44, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS AN INSPECTOR FOR LASKO METAL PRODUCTS, A MEMBER OF LAWRENCEBURG EASTERN STAR, D-A-V AND MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: DENNIS SMITH, HER MOTHER: MARY MILLER OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: JOE KING OF GEORGIA, THREE SISTERS: ELAIEN VERNON, KATHEY WHINWORTH AND JUDY GOWAN ALL OF PULASKI, ONE STEP-SON: STANLEY SMITH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: LINCINDA MCKINNEY OF MOUNT PLEASANT AND SEVEN STEP-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JENNIFER SMITH WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8 WITH AN EASTERN STAR SERVICE AT 7 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY. 

 

 

ANNETTE LINGAR TAYLOR, 78, OF LAWRENCEBURG, FORMERLY OF LEWISBURG, DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM FABER CASTELL AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: WILSON TAYLOR AND SIX SIBLINGS: JERRY DYE, OPAL KOHLER, BILL AND DON LINGAR AND JUDY DESLOOVER ALL OF MICHIGAN AND TED LINGAR OF ILLINOIS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ANNETTE LINGAR TAYLOR WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT BILLS MCGAUGH FUNERAL HOME IN LEWISBURG WITH BURIAL IN SUNSET PARK CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE MARSHALL COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE OFFICE.

 

 

CHRISTINE ASHFORD ARTHUR, 86, DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM KUHN'S AND MAREMONT GABRIEL AND A MEMBER OF CHESTNUT GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER-IN-LAW: OTIS KIMROUGH OF PULASKI AND SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHRISTINE ASHFORD ARTHUR WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 1 TO 2.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE HELP CENTER OR MEALS ON WHEELS AT FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.

 

 

SARAH MARIE TOUNGETT, 70, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE BARN CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: WILLIAM TOUNGETT OF ETHRIDGE AND DAVID TOUNGETT OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO DAUGHTERS: JOANN ALBAN OF FLORIDA AND BONNIE PINKELTON OF PULASKI, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SARAH MARIE TOUNGETT WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN JOHN LAY CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

ELMER C. GRAY, 80, OF MOUNT PLEASANT DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT AT STAUFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY AND A MEMBER OF SUMMERTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: DEBBIE KEETON OF SUMMERTOWN, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ELMER C. GRAY WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN ARLINGTON CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

LOWELL HOOD, 81, OF LEOMA DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO, A FARMER, AN ARMY VETERAN SERVING IN KOREA AND A MEMBER OF FIVE POINTS CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: PHILLIP HOOD OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO DAUGHTERS: PATTI ELLIOT OF BIRMINGHAM AND TALISA HOOD OF LEOMA, ONE SISTER: SHERRY ANN FLEMING OF LORETTO, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LOWELL HOOD WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN DOBBINS CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ABIGAIL'S PLAN OR THE DOBBINS CEMETERY FUND.

 

 

PAULINE ROBBINS HENDERSON, 88, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED INSPECTOR FOR MCCLOUD STEEL AND A MEMBER OF VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: GENE HENDERSON, ONE SON: MYRON NEWTON OF MICHIGAN, THREE SISTERS: IRENE SMITH OF ETHRIDGE, VIOLET SHULTS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND MARTHA ANN PHILLIPS OF SODDY DAISY, TENNESSEE, THREE BROTHERS: C-M ROBBINS OF LAWRENCEBURG, LESTER ROBBINS OF LEOMA AND V-E ROBBINS OF FLORIDA, 1 GRANDCHILD AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PAULINE ROBBINS HENDERSON WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

CLAUD PARKS LUMPKINS, 86, OF LORETTO DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A TRUCK DRIVER, FORMER EMPLOYEE OF WILSON CASKET COMPANY, AN ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: JERRY, STANLEY AND STEVEN LUMPKINS ALL OF LORETTO, THREE DAUGHTERS: JUDY KELLY OF WESTPOINT, VICKI STAGGS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND SHERI GORDON OF LORETTO, 10 GRANDCHILDREN, 4 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN, 2 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CLAUD PARKS LUMPKINS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LORETTO CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

GW LONG, 68, OF ANDERSON DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS SELF EMPLOYED.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: GWEN MOSLEY LONG, ONE DAUGHTER: TANYA HAMMOND OF ANDERSON, FOUR BROTHERS: LARRY LONG OF ANDERSON, JERRY LONG OF LESTER, HAROLD LONG OF ATHENS AND LYNDELL LONG OF ROGERSVILLE AND TWO SISTERS: MARTHA LONG AND CHARLOTTE GRIGGS BOTH OF ATHENS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR G-W LONG WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN BONNERTOWN CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  

 

 

ARTHUR LEE "HEAVY" THOMPSON, 84, OF LEXINGTON DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS THE OWNER OF A-L THOMPSON BUILDERS SUPPLY AND A MEMBER OF LEXINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: STELLA MARTHA SMITH THOMPSON, ONE SON: MICKEY THOMPSON, ONE DAUGHTER: MARTHA LEE MITCHELL BOTH OF LEXINGTON, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ARTHUR LEE "HEAVY" THOMPSON WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT LEXINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN BARNETT CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 8 AT THE CHURCH.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

CHARLES FORREST "CF" MCGEE, 85, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF MURRAY OHIO, AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN CONFLICT, FORMER COMMISSIONER OF SAFETY FOR THE CITY OF LAWRENCEBURG, FORMER NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF THE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND A MEMBER OF FIRST STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARY KATHERINE MOORE MCGEE, TWO SONS: CHARLES DANNY AND CHIPPER NEWTON MCGEE, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES FORREST "CF" MCGEE WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.   

 

 

VIRGIE ANNIE WEAVER, 90, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: LEO BOSWELL OF WEST POINT. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR VIRGIE ANNIE WEAVER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

JON MARK EDMUNDSON, 40, OF PULASKI DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS EMPLOYED BY THE STATE OF TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND A COACH FOR YOUTH SPORTS.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: MITCH AND COLTON EDMUNDSON AND HIS PARENTS: NED AND JUELL EDMUNDSON ALL OF PULASKI.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JON MARK EDMUNDSON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

LINDA FAYE CROUCH ELEDGE, 68, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED BEAUTICIAN AND A MEMBER OF PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: ROBERT EDWARD ELEDGE, TWO SONS: GARTH DUANE ELEDGE AND GEOFFREY DAMON ELEDGE BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE DAUGHTER: GINGER HAMILTON OF IOWA, TWO SISTERS: CAROLYN KILBURN AND SHARON LEIGHTON BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LINDA FAYE CROUCH ELEDGE WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHAW CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

LONNIE J-R GRAVES, 66, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED PLUMBER.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DOUGLAS GRAVES OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE DAUGHTER: REGEANIA BIVENS OF LEOMA, TWO SISTERS: SYBLE NEW OF LAWRENCEBURG AND CHRISTINE JONES OF CULLEOKA, ONE BROTHER: CHARLES GRAVES OF FIVE POINTS, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LONNIE J-R GRAVES WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

FLORENCE PARKES MOORE, 85, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EDUCATOR, SERVED ON THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD, A LONGSTANDING MEMBER OF THE LAWRENCEBURG COMMUNITY THEATER HAVING BOTH ACTED IN AND DIRECTED MANY DINNER THEATER PLAYS AND A MEMBER OF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY FOUR CHILDREN: JEFF MOORE OF OAKLAND, TENNESSEE, JAN MCMASTERS OF LAWRENCEBURG, JIM MOORE OF INDIANA AND JAYE MOORE OF ATLANTA, ONE BROTHER: JOE PARKES OF NASHVILLE, THREE GRANDCHILDREN AND TWO GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLORENCE PARKES MOORE WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE. 

 

 

PHIL WILSON, 76, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS THE OWNER OF LIBERTY DRUG STORE AND RICHLAND INN, A TENNESSEE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: PEGGY WILSON, ONE DAUGHTER: LISA WILSON COLEMAN OF MURFREESBORO AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PHIL WILSON WILL BE FRIDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 3.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST BUILDING FUND.

 

 

FRED LEE STORY, 73, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: RUTH WILLIS STORY, ONE SON: RICKY SHADDIX, ONE DAUGHTER: CINDY SHADDIX PERRY OF LAWRENCEBURG AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR FRED LEE STORY WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BETHLEHEM CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

WILLIAM E. CAGLE JUNIOR, 85, OF FLORENCE DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS A PREACHER, A MACHINE WELDER, RETIRED FROM T-V-A AND A NAVY VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: HAROLD RAY AND DAVID CAGLE, THREE DAUGHTERS: MELISSA CAGLE, DENISE RHODES AND DELORA PARRISH, 15 GRANDCHILDREN AND 18 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM E. CAGLE JUNIOR WILL BE FRIDAY AT NOON AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN RAILROAD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 6 TO 8.

 

 

CHARLIE MCDONALD, 73, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  HE WORKED ROAD CONSTRUCTION AND WAS A MEMBER OF DEERFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SHIRLEY MCDONALD, ONE DAUGHTER: ELISSA BOYD, ONE BROTHER: MALCOLM MCDONALD BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLIE MCDONALD WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SPANN CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BETUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.


JANICE MARIE COLEMAN, 61, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF BLOOMING GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: HORACE COLEMAN JUNIOR, TWO SONS: TONY AND JEREMY COLEMAN BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE BROTHERS: ALBERT GENE WILLIAMS OF LAWRENCEBURG, TERRY WILLIAMS OF LEOMA AND TIMOTHY WILLIAMS OF NASHVILLE, ONE SISTER: TAMMY WRIGHT OF COLUMBIA AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JANICE MARIE COLEMAN WILL BEWEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN OLD LORETTO CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.


EDWARD FRANKLIN "BUBBA" BRYANT, 62, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM UNION CARBIDE, A FORMER CAPTAIN WITH THE LAWRENCEBURG POLICE RESERVE, DIRECTOR OF THE LAWRENCEBURG BASS ASSOCIATION AND A MEMBER OF THE ELKS LODGE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARCY LYNN BRYANT, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: MEGAN GUESS WASSELL, HIS STEP-MOTHER: GEAN BRYANT, ONE BROTHER: JOHN BRYANT BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG THREE SISTERS: SARAH BETH BRYANT OF LAWRENCEBURG, NORIE MAURICE OF JACKSON AND MARION BRYANT OF COLUMBIA, ONE STEP-BROTHER: JOHN COLDEWAY OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE STEP-SISTER: LAURA WHITE OF LOUISVILLE AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THERE WILL BE NO SERVICE FOR EDWARD FRANKLIN "BUBBA" BRYANT. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION.  PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

MATTHEW LEE WOOLUM, 47, OF WILDWOOD, FLORIDA DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A FACTORY WORKER.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: TONY WOOLUM OF MICHIGAN AND TWO SISTERS: ELIZABETH FENECH OF MICHIGAN AND CHARLOTTE SCOTT OF KILLEN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MATTHEW LEE WOOLUM WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT NOON AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN EMMALINE STUTTS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

ZACHARIE ALLEN NIELSEN, 9, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A STUDENT AT LAWRENCEBURG PUBLIC SCHOOL, A FORMER CUB SCOUT MEMBER, RIGHT FIELDER FOR THE BANK OF FRANKEWING AND A CHRISTIAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS PARENTS: MATTHEW AND PEGGY NIELSEN, ONE SISTER: BETHANIE NIELSEN ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND HIS GRANDPARENTS: JOHNNIE AND SUSIE DOSS OF LAWRENCEBURG, NORRIS AND VICKI NIELSEN OF FLORENCE AND JOAN NIELSEN OF PENNSYLVANIA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ZACHARIE ALLEN NIELSEN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 3:00 AT GUM SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN GUM SPRINGS CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 3 AT THE CHURCH.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

LOREDER DOTSON SANDY, 92, OF LORETTO DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF FAIRVIEW FIRST CONGREGATIONAL METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: WILLIAM DOTSON OF GRAND JUNCTION, TENNESSEE, MELVIN DOTSON OF RED BAY, ALABAMA AND ROBERT DOTSON OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: ELMER WILSON OF SAINT JOSEPH, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LOREDER DOTSON SANDY WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN FAIRVIEW CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 6 TO 8. 

 

 

JANICE MARIE COLEMAN, 61, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF BLOOMING GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: HORACE COLEMAN JUNIOR, TWO SONS: TONY AND JEREMY COLEMAN BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE BROTHERS: ALBERT GENE WILLIAMS OF LAWRENCEBURG, TERRY WILLIAMS OF LEOMA AND TIMOTHY WILLIAMS OF NASHVILLE, ONE SISTER: TAMMY WRIGHT OF COLUMBIA AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JANICE MARIE COLEMAN WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN OLD LORETTO CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

RALPH BARR, 72, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A SELF-EMPLOYED CARPENTER AND ELECTRICIAN AND A MEMBER OF COLLEGE PLACE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DORA BARR, ONE SON: GERALD BARR OF KENTUCKY, THREE SISTERS: IMOGENE O-NEAL, BARBARA ANN SPENCER AND SUE PATTERSON ALL OF COLUMBIA AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RALPH BARR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LYNNWOOD CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

JOY ANNETTE MORTON, 54, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED JUNE 1ST.  SHE WAS A FACTORY WORKER AT GRAPHIC PACKAGING AND A MEMBER OF SAINT JOHNS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: NAKAYA CHRISTIAN OF LEBANON AND TEKA ENGLETT OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE BROTHERS: JEFFREY, CHARLES AND RANDOLPH MORTON JUNIOR, FOUR SISTERS: ELIZABETH AND KATY MORTON, HEDY SMITH, AND BRENDA REED ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOY ANNETTE MORTON WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MOUNT OLIVE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SUNDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2.

 

 

JAMES F. FARIA, 93, OF LEOMA DIED FRIDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI, A WORLD WAR TWO NAVY VETERAN, A MEMBER OF THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS, V-F-W POST 1618 AND LAWRENCEBURG SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARIA FARIA, ONE SON: JAMES FARIA JUNIOR OF LEOMA, ONE DAUGHTER: SHELIA GUFFY OF LAWRENCEBURG, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES F. FARIA WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN CALVARY CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

SHIRLEY K. PUTMAN, 93, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF NEW PROSPECT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: ANDY PUTMAN OF MANCHESTER, ONE DAUGHTER: PAM EATHERLY OF SMYRNA, 2 GRANDCHILDREN, 2 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR SHIRLEY K. PUTMAN WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:00 AT LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SUNDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 12:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO AVALON HOSPICE OF MURFREESBORO OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE. 

 

 

CHARLES EWIN GIBSON, 88, OF LEOMA DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM SALANT AND SALANT AND M-FINE MANUFACTURING, A WORLD WAR TWO NAVY VETERAN, A FOUNDING MEMBER OF CROSSROADS VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT AND A MEMBER OF FALL RIVER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: EUGENE WAYLAND, ONE DAUGHTER: GALE BELEW BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS: PAUL AND DALE GIBSON BOTH OF LEOMA, 6 GRANDCHILDREN, 15 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES EWIN GIBSON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN FALL RIVER CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO CROSSROADS VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT.

 

 

SHIRLEY K. PUTMAN, 93, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF NEW PROSPECT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: ANDY PUTMAN OF MANCHESTER, ONE DAUGHTER: PAM EATHERLY OF SMYRNA, 2 GRANDCHILDREN, 2 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR SHIRLEY K. PUTMAN WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:00 AT LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SUNDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 12:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO AVALON HOSPICE OF MURFREESBORO OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE. 

 

 

HEATHER SPURGEON, 35, OF LEOMA DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A BAPTIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: RANDY SPURGEON, ONE SON: JACOB MEYERS, TWO DAUGHTERS: ADRIANNA MEYERS AND NATASHA SPURGEON ALL OF LEOMA, HER PARENTS: BOBBY AND BEVERLY GAMBRELL, TWO BROTHERS: JUSTIN AND JOE GAMBRELL AND ONE SISTER: CAROL HENSON ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR HEATHER SPURGEON WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT BUMPAS CEMETERY.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

WILMA KAY ELMORE, 80, OF LEOMA DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY FIVE CHILDREN: LARRY ELMORE AND PAM MORRISON BOTH OF INDIANA, CAROLYN MYRICK OF CYPRESS INN, KEVIN ELMORE OF FIVE POINTS AND AMY TUCKER OF LEOMA, 15 GRANDCHILDREN, 23 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 12 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR WILMA KAY ELMORE WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT WALNUT GROVE CEMETERY IN MORGANTOWN, KENTUCKY.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

RAYBURN TONY SHADDIX, 56, OF LEOMA DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING TECHNICIAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER: RUBY STORY OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: RICKY SHADDIX OF LEOMA AND ONE SISTER: CINDY PERRY.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RAYBURN TONY SHADDIX WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN WEST SIDE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

LORA ANN PURSER, 61, OF KILLEN DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF FLORENCE BOULEVARD CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: SONNY PURSER, ONE SISTER: GLORIA BLACKBURN OF FLORENCE, ONE BROTHER: CLANTON POOLE OF LEXINGTON AND ONE HALF-SISTER: FAYE PURSER OF FLORENCE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LORA ANN PURSER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 3:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MOUNT TABOR CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 1 TO 3. 

 

 

THELMA PAULINE COOK, 85, OF LEOMA DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF LEOMA CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: LINDA JOHNSON OF MOUNT JULIET, JOAN COOK OF LEOMA AND JEAN SPRINGER OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SON: JOHN COOK OF SUMMERTOWN, ONE SISTER: BETTY ELLIOT OF MICHIGAN, 9 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THELMA PAULINE COOK WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHADY GROVE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

TIMOTHY BATES CHAPMAN, 42, OF COLUMBIA DIED SUNDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: VICTORIA LEIGH CHAPMAN OF PULASKI, HIS FATHER: STEPHEN BATES CHAPMAN OF MURFREESBORO, HIS MOTHER: BEVERLY HUTTON GRAY OF COLUMBIA, ONE BROTHER: TRACY MCEOWEN OF ATHENS AND ONE SISTER: CHRISTINA DANIELLE DOUTHIT OF PULASKI.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR TIMOTHY BATES CHAPMAN WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2.

 

 

BOBBY HOWELL, 79, DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF GOODSPRING, A NAVY VETERAN, A MEMBER OF THE LIONS CLUB AND TEACHER AND MUSIC DIRECTOR AT SHORES BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SISTER: NELL HOWELL OF PULASKI.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BOBBY HOWELL WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT SHORES BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN SHORES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 8 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME AND THURSDAY FROM 9 TO 11 AT THE CHURCH.

 

 

GERALD A. FRENCH, 95, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO, A FOUNDING MEMBER OF NEW PROSPECT FIRE DEPARTMENT, A MEMBER OF NEW PROSPECT COMMUNITY CLUB, THE SALVATION ARMY, RELAY FOR LIFE, GOD'S STOREHOUSE AND NEW PROSPECT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DON FRENCH.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GERALD A. FRENCH WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEW PROSPECT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN SHAW CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE HENDERSON SETTLEMENT OR THE SALVATION ARMY. 

 

 

BERNICE LOUISE HASSELL, 86, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF WEST GAINES CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: KRISTA HARDIMAN, ONE SON: JESSIE CHRISTIAN BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 12 BROTHERS AND SISTERS, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BERNICE LOUISE HASSELL WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HASSELL-MCCAULEY CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 9 TO 11.

 

 

DOROTHY L. GLOVER, 79, OF ETHRIDGE DIED FRIDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: MIKE AND WAYNE GLOVER BOTH OF PULASKI, ONE DAUGHTER: PAT POTTS OF ETHRIDGE, ONE BROTHER: ROBERT WALLS OF TEXAS, ONE SISTER: GENEVA SIMPSON OF PULASKI, 8 GRANDCHILDREN, 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DOROTHY L. GLOVER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

JACK CHEATWOOD, 60, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS MANAGER OF W-D-X-E RADIO, A NAVY VETERAN OF THE VIETNAM ERA, FORMER CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF THE LAWRENCEBURG UTILITY DEPARTMENT, FORMER DIRECTOR OF LAWRENCEBURG MAINSTREET, A BOARD MEMBER AT LAWRENCEBURG FEDERAL BANK, A MEMBER OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, A FOUNDER OF THE JAMES D. VAUGHAN MUSEUM, OWNER AND OEPRATOR OF TAYLOR MADE PRODUCTIONS TELEVISION NETWORK AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BETSY HALE CHEATWOOD, ONE SON: JACKSON TAYLOR CHEATWOOD, ONE DAUGHTER: ANNE CLAIRE CHEATWOOD, HIS MOTHER: BARBARA PLUNKETT CHEATWOOD, ONE BROTHER: JAY CHEATWOOD AND ONE SISTER: DONNA CONE ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JACK CHEATWOOD WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 2 UNTIL 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

ELIZABETH BOWDEN, 81, OF NASHVILLE DIED THURSDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: LONNIE BOWDEN, TWO DAUGHTERS: TRICIA HARAWAY AND LISA MARSTILLER, ONE SON: LONNIE BOWDEN, ONE SISTER: MABEL CREWS, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 12 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ELIZABETH BOWDEN WILL BE SATURDAY AT 12:30 AT WOODBINE FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT GROVE CEMETERY. 

 

 

TAMMY ALLRED BRUNSON, 50, OF COLUMBIA DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, A HOME HEALTH CARETAKER AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JAMES ALLISON BRUNSON, ONE SON: DANIEL CHANNING BRUNSON, HER MOTHER: MARGARET ALLRED, ONE SISTER: HEATHER ALLRED ALL OF COLUMBIA AND ONE BROTHER: WILLIAM ALLRED OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR TAMMY ALLRED BRUNSON WILL BE SUNDAY AT 3:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SUNDAY FROM 1 TO 3. 

 

 

ANNIE MAE FRANKLIN, 89, OF WEST POINT DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF LORETTO BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SISTERS: MAGGIE BARNETT OF SAINT JOSEPH AND BETTY HOLDEN OF WAYNESBORO AND ONE BROTHER: BILLY NASH OF MICHIGAN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ANNIE MAE FRANKLIN WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN BLAIR CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.

 

 

JAMES MELVIN MCCASLIN, 63, OF PULASKI DIED MAY 27TH.  HE WAS A RETIRED CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER IN THE MARINES AND WORKED AS A CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR FOR THE PUBLIC DEFENDERS OFFICE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JUDI MARTIN MCCASLIN, HIS MOTHER: EDNA PERRY MCCASLIN OF TEXAS, TWO ADOPTED SONS: ANDREW POWELL AND BRYANT MARKS BOTH OF PULASKI, ONE ADOPTED DAUGHTER: MARILYN HOLT OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, ONE BROTHER: DANNY MCCASLIN AND TWO SISTERS: CORRINE THOMPSON AND DIANE FOSTER ALL OF TEXAS.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JAMES MELVIN MCCASLIN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 6:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 6.  

 

 

DANIEL FRAZIER, 86, OF SOUTHAVEN, MISSISSIPPI DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE MARINE CORP SERVING IN KOREA AND VIETNAM AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: LOUELLA TURPEN FRAZIER, TWO DAUGHTERS: VIKKI JOHNSTON AND KATHY CARL SULLIVAN BOTH OF BARTLETT, TENNESSEE, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DANIEL FRAZIER WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN BONNERTOWN CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 1.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS. 

 

 

MINNIE MEARL LONG, 80, OF PULASKI DIED SATURDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY FOUR SONS: RICHARD, DONALD AND JAMES LONG ALL OF PULASKI AND FRANKIE LONG OF MICHIGAN, ONE DAUGHTER: CONNIE LYNN KIRK OF PULASKI, 14 GRANDCHILDREN, 17 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MINNIE MEARL LONG WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LONG CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CHURCH OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

MARJORIE SUE SIMMONS, 77, OF PULASKI DIED SUNDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SISTER: EVELYN WEATHERFORD OF LEWISBURG.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR MARJORIE SUE SIMMONS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT BEECHWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

JOSE LUIS BARTUREN, 85, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED RADIO ANNOUNCER FOR K-G-L-A, A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF WHITNEY BANK, A MEMBER OF THE CUBAN AMERICAN NATIONAL FOUNDATION AND LAWRENCEBURG SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: TERESA KELLY OF WEST POINT, THREE SONS: JOSE BARTUREN JUNIOR AND BILL BARTUREN BOTH OF MARYLAND AND GEORGE BARTUREN OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: LUIS BARTUREN OF CALIFORNIA, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOSE LUIS BARTUREN WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT LAWRENCEBURG SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN CALVARY CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 7 WITH ROSARY SERVICE AT 7 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

BETTY BELEW CLAY, 69, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF MURRAY OHIO.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY FOUR NIECES: KATHY TODD OF CHINUBEE, CHARLOTTE TODD VENTRESS AND REGINA TODD BOTH OF MURFREESBORO AND RHONDA ALLEN OF TUSCUMBIA.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR BETTY BELEW CLAY WILL BE FRIDAY AT NOON AT ETHRIDGE MASONIC CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 10 TO 11:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

RICKEY A. WADDLE, 60, OF REVILO DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS A SERGEANT IN CORRECTIONS FOR THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT AND A MEMBER OF TRINITY LIFE TABERNACLE CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SHIRLEY ANN WADDLE, ONE DAUGHTER: HOLLEY ANN WADDLE CODY OF LEOMA, ONE SON: RICKEY ETHAN WADDLE OF BRENTWOOD, HIS MOTHER: RUBY CLIFTON WAINMAN, ONE SISTER: SANDY BRAZIER, ONE BROTHER: STEVE FARRINGTON ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RICKEY A. WADDLE WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN TRINITY LIFE TABERNACLE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

PAUL DAVID CARLOCK SENIOR, 74, OF SAINT JOSEPH DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: ELSIE FAYE GRAY CARLOCK, ONE SON: PAUL DAVID CARLOCK JUNIOR OF LEXINGTON, THREE DAUGHTERS: BELINDA HUGHES OF MURFREESBORO, CAROL WRIGHT OF LAWRENCEBURG AND DEBBIE MICHAEL OF LEXINGTON, ONE BROTHER: JAMES STANLEY CARLOCK OF MINNESOTA, TWO SISTERS: REBECCA JONES AND GLENDA THOMAS BOTH OF ILLINOIS, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PAUL DAVID CARLOCK SENIOR WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN RICHARDSON CHAPEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

GAIL FELKER CLANTON, 73, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF NEW PROSPECT BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: RUBEN CLANTON OF LEWISBURG, ONE SISTER: GLYNDA WELLS OF FLORIDA AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GAIL FELKER CLANTON WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

LARRY JAMES WILLIAMS, 67, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MAY 2ND.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JOSH WILLIAMS OF LAWRENCEBURG, FOUR DAUGHTERS: LISA SHELTON OF BONNERTOWN, TAMMY SMITH AND MISTY BOSHEERS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND AMBER ALLEN OF LEOMA, TWO BROTHERS: JOE WILLIAMS OF LEOMA AND ROBBY WILLIAMS OF NASHVILLE, THREE SISTERS: GLENDA CHAPMAN AND JOYCE SPEARS BOTH OF SUMMERTOWN AND REBECCA FLORES OF NEVADA AND TWELVE GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LARRY JAMES WILLIAMS WILL BE SATURDAY AT NOON AT MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11 TO NOON AT THE CHURCH.  PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

FRANCES BURNS HARWELL, 91, OF BEECH HILL DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF BEECH HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: LINDA HARWELL OF BEECH HILL, ONE SON: ROGER HARWELL OF ARDMORE, FOUR SISTERS: GENEVA BLEDSOE OF MURFREESBORO, GWEN GREEN AND BETTY HOLLINGSWORTH BOTH OF LEWISBURG AND RUTH SCHRIBNER OF ILLINOIS, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR FRANCES BURNS HARWELL WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE BRADSHAW CEMETERY FUND.

 

 

ROY JUNIOR LUFFMAN, 74, OF LEOMA DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED SELF-EMPLOYED STUCCO INSTALLER, AN ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SISTERS: JANESE STONE OF PULASKI AND FAYE MCCAIN OF ANDERSON AND TWO BROTHERS: TOBY AND STEVE LUFFMAN BOTH OF FIVE POINTS.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR ROY JUNIOR LUFFMAN WILL BE SATURDAY AT NOON AT UNION HILL CEMETERY.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

TROY LYNN BIRDYSHAW, 58, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF MURRAY OHIO, A CATTLE FARMER AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: TALIA HENSLEY, TWO SONS: CORY AND ADAM BIRDYSHAW ALL OF LEOMA, ONE SISTER: MARTHA JEAN CONNER OF CLARKSVILLE, TWO BROTHERS: HAROLD BIRDYSHAW OF NORTH CAROLINA AND JOHNNY BIRDYSHAW OF FLORIDA AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR TROY LYNN BIRDYSHAW WILL BE THURSDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LEOMA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

PEARLENE JACOBS, 83, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM LA-DEL MANUFACTURING AND A MEMBER OF FLATWOODS CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: JANET GIESKE OF LORETTO AND BETSY MCBRIDE OF OKLAHOMA, FOUR SONS: JERRY WAYNE JACOBS OF WESTPOINT, JEFF AND SATCH JACOBS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND DWIGHT JACOBS OF LEOMA, ONE BROTHER: AUBREY DEAN BRADLEY OF LEOMA, 13 GRANDCHILDREN AND 13 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PEARLENE JACOBS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHAW CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SAINT JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL. 

 

 

PRICILLA KAY ELLIS, 55, OF LORETTO DIED FRIDAY.  SHE WAS A 911 DISPATCHER FOR LAWRENCE COUNTY EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS AND A MEMBER OF THE FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: STEPHEN ELLIS, ONE DAUGHTER: SHELLEY ELLIS FERRELL, HER MOTHER: RUTH ROSE, ONE SISTER: CAROLYN GIST AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PRICILLA KAY ELLIS WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN FAIRVIEW CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

JEAN HUGHES, 83, OF LORETTO DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM M-FINE AND A MEMBER OF FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: BUSTER HUGHES, TWO SONS: ED HUGHES OF FIVE POINTS AND NICKY HUGHES OF LORETTO, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JEAN HUGHES WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN RESTVIEW CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 

 

 

JOSEPH CEPHAS DOUGLASS, 50, OF NASHVILLE DIED MAY 6TH.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCEBURG.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS PARTNER: EDWARD HACKNEY, HIS PARENTS: JOSEPH AND VICKEY DOUGLASS OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS AND ONE SISTER.  A MASS FOR JOSEPH CEPHAS DOUGLASS WILL BE HELD SATURDAY AT 10:00 AT LAWRENCEBURG SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN CALVARY CEMETERY.  THE CREMATION SOCIETY OF TENNESSEE IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

PAMELA "NANNY" SUE LAWS, 51, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: JEREMY AND BENJAMIN JACOBS, FOUR DAUGHTERS: JODIE, JAMIE, JERRICCA AND JILLIAN LAWS AND EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR PAMELA "NANNY" SUE LAWS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 5:00 AT LAWS-CRABB CEMETERY.  WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

GLEN NELSON BROWN, 81, OF PULASKI DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS THE OWNER AND OPERATOR OF BROWN'S TEXACO AND MARKET.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BERTYE BROWN, ONE SON: TOMMY BROWN OF VALHERMOSO SPRINGS, ALABAMA, ONE DAUGHTER: TAMMY ALSUP OF PULASKI, 1 GRANDCHILD AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THERE IS NO FUNERAL SERVICE PLANNED FOR GLEN NELSON BROWN AT THIS TIME.  CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO HELP WITH FUNERAL EXPENSES. 

 

 

MARSHALL THOMAS GAMBRELL, 77, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA, FORMER OWNER AND OPERATOR OF GAMBRELL HICKORY MILL AND FORMER MINISTER AT FULL GOSPEL CHURCH IN SAVANNAH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARY ANN JACKSON GAMBRELL, THREE SONS: JEFF, WESLEY AND JOEL GAMBRELL, TWO DAUGHTERS: KAREN POWELL AND RENAE AKIN, THREE SISTERS: EVELENE STOOKSBERRY, SHELBY CHURCH AND DORIS MAY, 13 GRANDCHILDREN AND 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARSHALL THOMAS GAMBRELL WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN CLIFTON CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 6 TO 8 AND WEDNESDAY FROM 11:30 TO 1:00. 

 

 

BERTHA IRENE ODOM, 77, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE V-F-W LADIES AUXILIARY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: DIANA ODOM, PHYLLIS GOLASS AND CAROLYN ODOM, TWO SONS: STEVEN AND JEFFERY MCCLURE, ONE BROTHER: RICHARD BROWN, ONE SISTER: CAROL SUE STEVENSON AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BERTHA IRENE ODOM WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LORETTO CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 9 TO 11. 

 

 

CAROLYN PEPPERS GLADDEN, 66, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM KROGER AND A MEMBER OF CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JAY MORROW OF LEOMA, ONE SISTER: NELDA GARRISON OF LAWRENCEBURG, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR CAROLYN PEPPERS GLADDEN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT GUM SPRINGS CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AND TUESDAY FROM NOON TO 1:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

 

 

JANE EVELYN CLANTON RICHARDSON, 80, OF PULASKI DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM DIXIE FOODS AS A DELI MANAGER AND A MEMBER OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: BOBBY RICHARDSON, ONE SON: ALLEN RICHARDSON OF MEMPHIS, ONE DAUGHTER: TAMMY RICHARDSON MOSS OF PULASKI, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JANE EVELYN CLANTON RICHARDSON WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 7. 

 

 

REX DALE TIDWELL, 65, OF IRON CITY DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A BUSINESS OWNER AND AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE VIETNAM ERA.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: RHEDA FAYE WOODHAM TIDWELL, ONE SON: WILLIAM TATE TIDWELL, ONE DAUGHTER: MISTY DAWN PETTY, TWO BROTHERS: GLEN AND BILLY TIDWELL ALL OF IRON CITY, TWO SISTERS: CHARLSIE TIDWELL OF IRON CITY AND BONNIE MASON OF SAINT JOSEPH AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR REX DALE TIDWELL WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HOLLIS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

BRYTON PAUL HOBACK, THE INFANT SON OF JORY PAUL HOBACK AND KRISTINA BOONE OF PULASKI, DIED FRIDAY.  IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS, HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: CALVIN WAYNEFIELD HARRIS, TWO SISTERS: SAVANNAH MARIE HOBACK AND RHEAGAN LAINE HOBACK AND HIS GRANDPARENTS: JOY HOBACK, SAMMY PAUL HOBACK, JUNE BOONE, CECIL BOONE, MARCELLA HARGROVE AND MARY FORD.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR BRYTON PAUL HOBACK WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT INDIAN CREEK CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

RUTH WAKEFIELD WELLS, 91, OF LEOMA DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM HERB'S CORNER AND A MEMBER OF DUNN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DWIGHT WELLS OF LORETTO, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: MAETTA KING OF COLUMBIA, ONE SISTER: RUBY ALDRIDGE OF NASHVILLE, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND SEVERAL GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RUTH WAKEFIELD WELLS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN DUNN CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

ARLO PEPPERS, 99, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED AS OWNER OF ARLO PEPPERS DRY GOODS STORE, A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF MOORE'S AND BOB BAIZE MOTORS, A PREACHER AND A MEMBER OF THE FREEWILL BAPTIST ASSOCIATION AND ROSE HILL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JIM PEPPERS, ONE DAUGHTER: ELAINE PEPPERS HAMLETT BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: DEAN BYRD OF DICKSON, ONE BROTHER: ALMON PEPPERS OF LAWRENCEBURG, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ARLO PEPPERS WILL BE SUNDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GUM SPRINGS CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AND SUNDAY FROM 1 TO 3.  

 

 

LARRY FRANKLIN STAFFORD, 73, OF PULASKI DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM NISSAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: MIKE STAFFORD OF PULASKI AND NICKY STAFFORD OF MURFREESBORO, TWO SISTERS: LEFERN YOUNG OF PULASKI AND PAM KELLER OF ARAB, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LARRY FRANKLIN STAFFORD WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT RIDGE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

MODENE TEASLEY PAYNE, 88, DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS CO-OWNER OF PIGG AND PARSONS STORE.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: GLEN PAYNE OF NASHVILLE, ONE DAUGHTER: SHERRY ERWIN OF PULASKI AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR MODENE TEASLEY PAYNE WILL BE THURSDAY AT 3:00 AT MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ZION CHRISTIAN ACADEMY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.  CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

LARRY GLOVER SENIOR, 69, OF GOODSPRING DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED TRUCK DRIVER.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BETTY MAULTSBY GLOVER, TWO SONS: LARRY GLOVER JUNIOR AND TIMOTHY WAYNE GLOVER BOTH OF GOODSPRING, ONE BROTHER: BILLY GLOVER OF PULASKI, THREE SISTERS: SHELBY JEAN SMITH OF GOODSPRING, GAIL CRABB AND WANDA DUNNAVANT BOTH OF PULASKI, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LARRY GLOVER SENIOR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SCOTT'S HILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

ALTON J. ANGUS, 73, OF EAST PEORIA, ILLINOIS DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF GILES COUNTY, A RETIRED CARPENTER AND A MEMBER OF CARPENTER'S UNION LOCAL 183.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BERNADETTE GROUX ANGUS, ONE SON: BUTCH ANGUS OF ILLINOIS, TWO DAUGHTERS: KIMBERLY ANGUS OF TEXAS AND JOHNNIE FALLER OF ILLINOIS, ONE BROTHER: AUBREY ANGUS OF MEXICO AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ALTON J. ANGUS WILL BE SATURDAY AT NOON AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LYNNWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 10 TO NOON.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR.

 

 

VERNICE AVALENE MCGUIRE ADAIR, 85, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY. SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: ROSA ADAIR SIZEMORE AND REBA SUE AYCOCK BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND REGINA MAE SHALK OF MICHIGAN, ONE SISTER: MARTHA ALDRIDGE OF FAYETTEVILLE, 10 GRANDCHILDREN, 12 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR VERNICE AVALENE MCGUIRE ADAIR WILL BE MONDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN CENTER POINT METHODIST CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SUNDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 7. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY.

 

 

JAMES F. HOSAY SENIOR, 91, DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED FRONT END ALIGNMENT SPECIALIST WITH Z-B POLLOCK AND SON AND A WORLD WAR TWO ARMY VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JIMMY HOSAY JUNIOR, TWO DAUGHTERS: BRENDA YOUNG AND JANET HOSAY ALL OF PULASKI, ONE BROTHER: CHARLIE HOSAY OF VIRGINIA, ONE SISTER: LILLIAN MCNEESE OF PULASKI, 9 GRANDCHILDREN AND 11 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES F. HOSAY SENIOR WILL BE TUESDAY AT 3:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 1 TO 3.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE GILES COUNTY HONOR GUARD. 

 

 

HUGHEY A. MARKS JUNIOR, 93, OF NASHVILLE DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF PULASKI, RETIRED MANAGER OF BELL SOUTH COMMUNICATIONS, A WORLD WAR TWO ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF HILLWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JESSIE POLLOCK MARKS, ONE SON: ROBERT STEVEN MARKS OF WINCHESTER, 1 GRANDCHILD AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR HUGHEY A. MARKS JUNIOR WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO HILLWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

CHARLES DANIEL BURNETT, 73, OF GREENHILL DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED MACHINIST FOR GENERAL MOTORS AND A MEMBER OF GREENHILL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DANNY BURNETT OF GREENHILL, ONE DAUGHTER: JANET COX OF LORETTO AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES DANIEL BURNETT WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LIBERTY GROVE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

CAROL BETHELL, 78, OF PULASKI DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED BEAUTICIAN.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: MICHAEL BETHELL OF JAPAN, TWO SISTERS: VIRGINIA HARDIMAN OF PULASKI AND GEORGIA SANDLIN OF LEOMA AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  NO FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CAROL BETHELL IS PLANNED AT THIS TIME.  CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

JAMES "BUB" FORSYTH, 92, OF MINOR HILL DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO, AN ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF PUNCHEON CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: GAIL MARKS OF ASPEN HILL, TENNESSEE AND LINDA FAYE MASON OF ANDERSON, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES "BUB" FORSYTH WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN OXFORD CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2. 

 

 

KATHY POWELL MORGAN, 54, OF PULASKI DIED TODAY (WEDNESDAY).  SHE WAS EMPLOYED AT WALMART AND A MEMBER OF THE WELL CHURCH OF GOD.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER MOTHER: ALVIA EARLINE ABLES OF PULASKI, TWO BROTHERS: GARY POWELL OF BODENHAM AND J-E POWELL OF PIKEVILLE AND ONE SISTER: ANGIE NEWTON OF PULASKI.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR KATHY POWELL MORGAN WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE WELL CHURCH OF GOD.

 

 

WILLIE WRIGHT, 85, DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: FAY WILBURN OF LAWRENCEBURG, LENA MARKUS OF VIRGINIA AND LOIS GRNDMAN OF CALIFORNIA, TWO SONS: JOE FERGUSON OF JASPER, TENNESSEE AND CURTIS FERGUSON OF VIRGINIA, TWO BROTHERS: CHARLES AND JUNIOR GRAVES, TWO SISTERS: CHRISTINE JONES AND SYBLE NEW, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR WILLIE WRIGHT WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT OLD ETHRIDGE CEMETERY.  PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

MARIE SHELTON WINDHAM, 85, OF LAWRENCEBURG, DIED TODAY (WEDNESDAY).  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM TENNESSEE SHIRT WORKS AND A MEMBER OF PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: HENRY WINDHAM, ONE DAUGHTER: CONNIE HARDIMAN OF COLUMBIA, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR MARIE SHELTON WINDHAM WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

CHARLES DANIEL BURNETT, 73, OF GREENHILL DIED TODAY (THURSDAY).  HE WAS A RETIRED MACHINIST FOR GENERAL MOTORS AND A MEMBER OF GREENHILL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DANNY BURNETT OF GREENHILL, ONE DAUGHTER: JANET COX OF LORETTO AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES DANIEL BURNETT WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LIBERTY GROVE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

JOHNNY TIMOTHY "TIM" RITTER, 54, OF LEXINGTON DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS A FARMER, EMPLOYED BY T-V-A, A MEMBER OF THE LAUDERDALE CATTLEMAN'S ASSOCIATION, THE ALABAMA CATTLEMAN'S ASSOCIATION AND LEXINGTON CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JERRE LYNN MASONIA RITTER, ONE SON: COLIN LLOYD RITTER AND ONE DAUGHTER: KAYLA MAE RITTER BOTH OF LEXINGTON.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOHNNY TIMOTHY "TIM" RITTER WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN NEBO CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

DIANE BRAZIER PIGG, 59, OF SMYRNA DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF CREEKMONT GENERAL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: RONNIE PIGG AND ONE SISTE: EMMANOLA CAUDILL OF LAVERGNE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DIANE BRAZIER PIGG WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN ROCHELL CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

CLAUDE JAMES KIRK, 76, OF ANDERSON DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED MACHINE OPERATOR FOR CHAMPION PAPER, AN ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF CORUM CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARY KIRK, ONE DAUGHTER: LORIE NOBLIT OF LORETTO, ONE BROTHER: O-THER KIRK OF SHEFFIELD AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CLAUDE JAMES KIRK WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN HARMON CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

THOMAS EARL LAMAR, 68, PULASKI DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS AN ARMY VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JUDY LAMAR, ONE DAUGHTER: TIFFANY KIMBROUGH OF PULASKI, ONE SON: TOMMY LAMAR OF SPRING HILL, HIS MOTHER: HELEN LAMAR, ONE SISTER: ANN HOLLY, TWO BROTHERS: JAMES AND RICKIE LAMAR ALL OF PULASKI AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THOMAS EARL LAMAR WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

SUE AYERS, 80, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR AT N-H-C OF LAWRENCEBURG AND NURSES AIDE AT COUNTRYSIDE NURSING HOME AND HIDDEN ACRES AND A MEMBER OF SUMMERTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY FOUR DAUGHTERS: JANICE SMITH OF CULLMAN, LINDA LASATER AND APRIL MCCORMACK BOTH OF COLUMBIA AND ALICE POPE OF SUMMERTOWN, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SUE AYERS WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BRACE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE SUNDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM AT SUMMERTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST OR THE BRACE CEMETERY FUND.

 

 

WANDA A. MOORE, 74, OF SAINT JOSEPH DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A SEAMSTRESS AND OF THE FREEWILL BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DOYLE MOORE OF SAINT JOSEPH, ONE DAUGHTER: GLENDA DANIEL OF IRON CITY, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A PRIVATE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR WANDA A. MOORE WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

HECTOR LUIS SALSEDO, THE INFANT SON OF LATASHA BUMPUS AND RAFAEL SALSEDO OF ETHRIDGE, DIED APRIL 11TH.  IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS, HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER: JULIOUS, ONE SISTER: ESPERANZA AND HIS GRANDPARENTS: ROBERT AND HEIDE STAPLETON OF GEORGIA AND MELISSA DYER OF LAWRENCEBURG.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR HECTOR LUIS SALSEDO WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  NASHVILLE CREMATORY AND MARSHALL DONNELLY COMBS FUNERAL HOME ARE IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

GEORGE H. THORNTON, 65, OF FIVE POINTS DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND A MEMBER OF FIVE POINTS BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: PAM THORNTON, ONE DAUGHTER: HEATHER OWENS OF LAWRENCEBURG, HIS MOTHER: CALLIE THORNTON OF RUSSELLVILLE, THREE BROTHERS: JOHN THORNTON OF RUSSELLVILLE, JAMES THORNTON OF BIRMINGHAM AND DAVID THORNTON OF PHIL CAMPBELL, ALABAMA, ONE SISTER: MELINDA THORNTON OF RUSSELLVILLE, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GEORGE H. THORNTON WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BONNERTOWN CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

WAYMON STRICKLIN MORRIS, 88, OF COLLINWOOD DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER, A FORMER EMPLOYEE AT COLLINWOOD MANUFACTURING AND A MEMBER OF THE METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: BETTY MARTIN OF COLLINWOOD, ONE SON: LARRY MORRIS OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: MATTHEW STRICKLIN OF IRON CITY, FOUR SISTERS: FRANKIE ABRAMS OF LUTTS, NETTIE FAULKNER OF INDIANA, ANN BONAR OF SAVANNAH AND BITSY WEATHERFORD OF FLORIDA, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WAYMON STRICKLIN MORRIS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN COLLINWOOD MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 6 TO 9.

 

 

WANDA LEE SHEPHERD, 78, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF SUMMERTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: LUCY GRAY OF THREE OAKS AND CAROLYN RIDDLE OF SUMMERTOWN, TWO SONS: WAYNE AND ROBERT SHEPHERD BOTH OF SUMMERTOWN, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: RUBY SMITH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: MARY LOUISE BRASSFIELD OF ETHRIDGE, SEVERAL GRANDCHILDREN AND SEVERAL GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WANDA LEE SHEPHERD WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT GARDEN CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

DOYCE SPRINGER, 81, OF LORETTO DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS AN INSTRUMENT FITTER, AN AIR FORCE VETERAN, A MEMBER OF THE LORETTO LIFT UP COMMITTEE AND LORETTO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: ROBBIE ANN FRANKLIN SPRINGER, THREE SONS: MARK SPRINGER OF LEOMA, STEVE SPRINGER OF CLARKSVILLE AND DAVID SPRINGER OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: MAMIE DEE PETTUS OF LEXINGTON, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND 14 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DOYCE SPRINGER WILL BE THURSDAY AT 10:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN RESTVIEW CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

SHELIA HAYES HOLT, 65, OF PROSPECT DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF MAREMONT GABRIEL.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: W-S HOLT, TWO DAUGHTERS: OPAL STEVENS OF NORTH CAROLINA AND CHRISTY LAYNE OF PROSPECT, ONE SON: STACY HOLT OF PULASKI AND EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SHELIA HAYES HOLT WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE TENNESSEE KIDNEY FOUNDATION.

 

 

JOY MCMASTERS, 76, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF UNION BANK AND CAMPBELLSVILLE SCHOOL AND A MEMBER OF SAINT ANDREWS MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: BLAINE MCMASTERS, TWO SONS: BARRY AND BRAD MCMASTERS, ONE DAUGHTER: BOBBI MCMASTERS ALL OF PULASKI, THREE SISTERS: SUE CARDIN AND DOT RACKLEY BOTH OF PULASKI AND METTA ANN RONE OF TEXAS, ONE BROTHER: NED EDMUNDSON OF PULASKI AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOY MCMASTERS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SAINT ANDREWS MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.

 

 

ELIZABETH HOLLAND EDWARDS GRISHAM, 86, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM NATIONAL LIFE AND A MEMBER OF PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: BILL GRISHAM, TWO SONS: JIMMY EDWARDS OF GOODLETTSVILLE AND TOMMY EDWARDS OF GALLATIN, THREE DAUGHTERS: LINDA EDWARDS DOUGLAS AND BARBARA EDWARDS BOTH OF GOODLETTSVILLE AND PATSY EDWARDS GUPTON OF WHITES CREEK, THREE STEP-SONS: KEN GRISHAM OF MOBILE, JIM GRISHAM OF BIRMINGHAM AND ANDREW GRISHAM OF BRENTWOOD, THREE STEP-DAUGHTERS: MARGARET FORD OF GEORGIA, JANE CARPENTER OF ARKANSAS AND RITA THOMPSON OF CULLMAN, TWO BROTHERS: HARLEY AND DAN HOLLAND BOTH OF ETHRIDGE, TWO SISTERS: MILDRED BUFFALO OF LAWRENCEBURG AND SUELLA GOWEN OF MICHIGAN, 12 GRANDCHILDREN, 11 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 17 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR ELIZABETH HOLLAND EDWARDS GRISHAM WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK IN NASHVILLE.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

JAMES SPENCER GLADNEY, 96, OF LAWRENCEBURG, FORMERLY OF FLORENCE DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED CRANE OPERATOR FOR UNION CARBIDE, AN ARMY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR TWO AND A MEMBER OF FIRST FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SALLIE SPRINGER GLADNEY, THREE DAUGHTERS: JOYCE BURKE OF KENTUCKY, THERESA DICKEY OF MISSOURI AND ELIZABETH BRYAN OF FLORENCE, ONE BROTHER: PAUL GLADNEY OF INDIANA, ONE SISTER: MARGARET SULLEPHEN OF HAMILTON, ALABAMA, 8 GRANDCHILDREN, 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES SPENCER GLADNEY WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN TRI-CITIES MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.

 

 

BENNON ARLEN GAY BROWN, 80, OF PULASKI DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE AIR FORCE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: ALICE BROWN, ONE SON: RICHARD BROWN OF DIANA, THREE DAUGHTERS: DARLENE TURNER AND BRENDA HUTTON BOTH OF PULASKI AND GALE DARNELL OF BELFAST, THREE SISTERS: THERESA PRICE OF PULASKI, EVA JANE PALMER OF NASHVILLE AND GERTRUDE PALMER, 9 GRANDCHILDREN AND 21 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BENNON ARLEN GAY BROWN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

ELIZABETH LOYD STOVALL MCCOY, 80, DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF PULASKI AND A RETIRED SECRETARY FOR MIAMI DADE COUNTY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: LISA WATSON OF HARTSELLE AND LORI MERRELL OF MISSOURI, ONE BROTHER: FRED DALTON STOVALL JUNIOR OF PULASKI AND EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ELIZABETH LOYD STOVALL MCCOY WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BEE SPRING CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE BEE SPRING CEMETERY FUND. 

 

 

GEORGIA ANN DOUGLAS, 95, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF GOD.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: REGINA DOUGLAS OF TEXAS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GEORGIA ANN DOUGLAS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 3:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MOUNT ARARAT CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 6 TO 8. 

 

 

SARA C. JONES, 88, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF FIRST STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: GARY JONES OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND GLENN JONES OF GERMANY.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SARA C. JONES WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO FLORIDA COLLEGE OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

ANNIE RUTH ADAMS CORBIN, 58, OF LEOMA DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM DURA AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: CHARLES CORBIN, TWO DAUGHTERS: MELINDA MUTIZE AND EMILY SCHOLL BOTH OF LEOMA AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ANNIE RUTH ADAMS CORBIN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LENTZVILLE CEMETERY IN LIMESTONE, ALABAMA.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

BARBARA ANN HOWELL PLASKETT, 72, OF MOBILE, ALABAMA DIED APRIL 5TH.  SHE WAS A FORMER RESIDENT OF GILES AND LAWRENCE COUNTY AND A DENTAL ASSISTANT WITH THE U-S PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE AND THE V-A MEDICAL SYSTEM.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: MIKE PLASKETT OF MURFREESBORO, TWO SISTERS: EULA MAE BROWNLOW AND JEAN PHILLIPS BOTH OF PULASKI AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR BARBARA ANN HOWELL PLASKETT WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT FALL RIVER CEMETERY.  CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

LENA MAE BURROW, 89, OF FIVE POINTS DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A BAPTIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: HOWARD BURROW OF FIVE POINTS, THREE DAUGHTERS: HETTIE MAYNARD AND SHIRLEY MAYNARD BOTH OF ARKANSAS AND JUDY GRIGGS OF FIVE POINTS, 17 GRANDCHILDREN, 22 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LENA MAE BURROW WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SUNDAY FROM 1 TO 2. 

 

 

MAX S. METHVIN SENIOR, 82, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED AS OWNER OF FARMER'S SUPPLY COMPANY, A 32ND DEGREE MASON AT MIMOSA LODGE 542 AND A MEMBER OF COLEMAN MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: STAN METHVIN OF LORETTO, JAMIE METHVIN OF LEOMA AND KEITH METHVIN OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS: CARROLL METHVIN SENIOR OF LAWRENCEBURG AND RAY METHVIN SENIOR OF LORETTO, TWO SISTERS: DORIS FRANTZ OF VIRGINIA AND FAYE TESSNOW OF TEXAS, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MAX S. METHVIN SENIOR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

VIRGIL ELWOOD WELLS, 83, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WORKED IN CONSTRUCTION AND WAS AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN WAR.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BETTY RANDOLPH WELLS, TWO SONS: DARREL LEN WELLS OF TELLICO PLAINS AND VIRGIL DWANE WELLS OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO DAUGHTERS: LADONNA SUE GROOMS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND YOLANDA MICHELLE TRIPP OF SUMMERTOWN, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 14 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR VIRGIL ELWOOD WELLS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT FIRST UNITED PENTACOSTAL CHURCH IN LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 1 TO 2.  HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS. 

 

 

TERRA LEE SWINSON, 58, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS OF THE CATHOLIC FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER MOTHER: ARDELIA MOULTON OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: GERALD SWINSON OF KNOXVILLE AND SIX SISTERS: KITTY WAGNER OF MARYVILLE, JUDY HAYGOOD OF ETHRIDGE, GENA SWINSON ROBERTS OF CALIFORNIA, PATTY MCNABB OF FLORIDA, JOHNETTE KRAMER AND SHAWN BEIER BOTH OF ILLINOIS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR TERRA LEE SWINSON WILL BE MONDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 12:30 TO 2.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE LAWRENCE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY. 

 

 

PHYLLIS J. WOODWARD LUFFMAN, 67, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: LORA MATTHEWS, TERRIE BENNETT AND VALERIEA YOUNG ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, FIVE BROTHERS: WALLACE, RANDY AND BILLY WOODWARD ALL OF LEOMA, TONY WOODWARD OF LAWRENCEBURG AND GLEN WOODWARD OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, ONE SISTER: ANGI WRIGHT OF LORETTO, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PHYLLIS J. WOODWARD LUFFMAN WILL BE SUNDAY AT 3:00 AT LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN WOODWARD FAMILY CEMETERY.  HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

VIRGINIA JO OXFORD HUGHES, 74, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM REDSTONE ARSENAL AND A MEMBER OF GANDY CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: MICHAEL HUGHES OF COLUMBIA AND JOEL HUGHES OF HUNTSVILLE, THREE DAUGHTERS: BELINDA BONNER OF JACKSON, DELENE HENDERSON OF KINGSTON AND JACKIE BROWN OF CLEVELAND, ONE BROTHER: DAN OXFORD OF LAWRENCEBURG, 13 GRANDCHILDREN AND 14 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR VIRGINIA JO OXFORD HUGHES WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 7. 

 

 

MARY ELIZABETH SMITH, 78, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOUSE PARENT FOR THE CHRISTIAN CHILDREN'S HOME AND A MEMBER OF SALEM CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JOHN SMITH, ONE SON: JAMES SMITH OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO DAUGHTERS: SUSAN LEE GOBELL OF COLUMBIA AND JANET SMITH OF COLLINWOOD, ONE BROTHER: CHARLES MARTIN OF FLORIDA, ONE SISTER: CAROL BERNICE WELCHEL OF GEORGIA, 5 GRANDCHILDREN, 2 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY ELIZABETH SMITH WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN RESTVIEW CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

AMANDA GAIL VICKERY CANFIELD, 44, OF FLORENCE DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A CHRISTIAN.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: ZACHARY CANFIELD, ONE DAUGHTER: ASHLEY MINOR BROWN, HER MOTHER: SHELIA STRICKLIN, HER STEP-FATHER: JACKIE STRICKLIN, ONE BROTHER: JERRY JUNIOR VICKERY, TWO SISTERS: KIM SCOTT AND TIFFANY HARRISON, HER GRANDMOTHER: LOUISE PURSER AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR AMANDA GAIL VICKERY CANFIELD WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

KENNETH DARREL WILLIAMSON, 65, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM RED STONE ARSENAL AS AN ACCOUNTING COMPUTER SOFTWARE DESIGNER AND A MEMBER OF ELKTON BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DARYL WILLIAMSON OF PULASKI, ONE DAUGHTER: DEANN SHARP OF FLORIDA AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR KENNETH DARREL WILLIAMSON WILL BE THURSDAY AT 6:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 6.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE TERESA WILLIAMSON NURSING SCHOLARSHIP FUND AT MARTIN METHODIST COLLEGE.

 

 

SUNDRA JUNE BLOUNT, 70, OF RANDOLPH, MISSISSIPPI DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A BAPTIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: JOSEPH IVY OF FLORENCE AND MIKE JONES OF MISSISSIPPI, TWO DAUGHTERS: JUNATTA KAYE IVY AND DEBBIE LYNN CAMPBELL, ONE BROTHER: ROBERT STONE ALL OF MISSISSIPPI AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SUNDRA JUNE BLOUNT WILL BE HELD LATER IN MISSISSIPPI.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

BROWN "SUGAR" HARWELL MARTIN SENIOR, 80, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM PULASKI RUBBER COMPANY AND A MEMBER OF FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SADIE MAE HOLT MARTIN, TWO SONS: BARRY MARTIN OF PULASKI AND TIMOTHY MARTIN OF LEWISBURG, ONE STEP-SON: CECIL HOLT OF PULASKI, FOUR BROTHERS: JIMMY LEE BROWN AND LEWIS BROWN BOTH OF NASHVILLE, JAMES ALBERT BROWN AND CHARLES WESLEY BROWN BOTH OF PULASKI, 10 GRANDCHILDREN, 20 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BROWN "SUGAR" HARWELL MARTIN SENIOR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT THE GREATER RICHLAND CREEK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 1 AT THE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

ERA LOUISE BRASHEARS, 93, DIED MONDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ERA LOUISE BRASHEARS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT RIDGE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE PLEASANT RIDGE CEMETERY FUND OR SCOTTS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH.

 

 

BEVERLY BROWN RUSS, 45, OF IRON CITY DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: JOSH BROWN OF FIVE POINTS AND JUSSY BROWN OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE DAUGHTER: JESSICA BROWN OF NASHVILLE, HER FATHER: CALVIN HAND, HER MOTHER: DREMA HAND BOTH OF IRON CITY, TWO BROTHERS: JAMIE AND JAKE HAND BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: ALISA HAND TIDWELL OF OHIO AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BEVERLY BROWN RUSS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN WADE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TOWARD FUNERAL EXPENSES. 

 

 

JIMMY ARNOLD LAWSON, 70, OF FLORENCE DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MONARCH TILE COMPANY AND A MEMBER OF THE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARGARET LOUISE LAWSON, HIS MOTHER: VELMA ELIZABETH PRINCE LAWSON, ONE STEP-SON: STEVE OVERTON, ONE SISTER: LENIS BENEFIELD, ONE BROTHER: ARTHUR LAWSON AND THREE STEP-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JIMMY ARNOLD LAWSON WILL BE FRIDAY AT 3:30 AT SPRY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN TRI-CITIES MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 1:30 TO 3:30.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO GRACE CROSSROADS CHURCH.

 

 

THELMA NEWELL BAILEY, 89, OF PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF LEOMA, FORMER RESIDENT OF LORETTO, A MEMBER OF THE RED HAT LADIES AND THE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: MARIE CRAPSIE AND PAM PYLES, TWO SONS: CHARLES AND TERRY BAILEY, ONE BROTHER: B-H NEWELL, ONE SISTER: AUDREY BRAZIER, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND 13 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THELMA NEWELL BAILEY WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:30 AT PLEASANT POINT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE WITH BURIAL IN SMITH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

BONNIE JOINER KILLEN, 77, OF LORETTO DIED FRIDAY.  SHE WAS A FACTORY WORKER AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: RUTH CRAIG OF LORETTO AND EDITH COX OF FIVE POINTS, TWO SONS: MIKE KILLEN OF ETHRIDGE AND RICK KILLEN OF LEOMA, ONE SISTER: NELL ADAMS, ONE BROTHER: CHARLES JOINER BOTH OF LORETTO, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND 18 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR BONNIE JOINER KILLEN WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE NEEDY CHILDREN'S FUND OR THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

RUBY WILLIAMS ETHEREDGE HANSON WOODHAM, 93, OF ROGERSVILLE DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF PLEASANT VALLEY CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DAVID HANSON, THREE DAUGHTERS: RAMONA ETHEREDGE ROY, JENETTE ETHEREDGE RAWLSTON AND BONNIE ANN HANSON, TWO SISTERS: GEORGIA FRENCH AND JEAN ROBERTSON, 4 GRANDCHILDREN, 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR RUBY WILLIAMS ETHEREDGE HANSON WOODHAM WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT PETTUS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 12:30 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

JAMES LOFTON FORBUS, 82, OF PULASKI DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM GENERAL MOTORS AND AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN WAR.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARTI FORBUS, ONE SON: GARY FORBUS OF MICHIGAN, FIVE DAUGHTERS: SUE BATTLE OF MINOR HILL, REDA SALSO, JANE CIESIELSKI AND ANNA SIERENGOWSKI ALL OF MICHIGAN AND AMY HARWELL OF PULASKI, ONE BROTHER: JACK FORBUS OF MORRIS CHAPEL, TENNESSEE, 18 GRANDCHILDREN AND 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES LOFTON FORBUS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 2 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE TO FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CARE MINISTRY. 

 

 

EDDIE BODEAN ANDREWS, 58, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF MURRAY OHIO AND OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: BARBARA ELOISE HARTSFIELD DANIELS ANDREWS, ONE SON: KEVIN ANDREWS OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE STEP-SON: IAN DANIELS OF SUMMERTOWN, HIS MOTHER: HOPE ANDREWS, ONE BROTHER: BRUCE ANDREWS BOTH OF LORETTO, THREE SISTERS: SANDY RIGHING OF MARYVILLE, TAMMY PETERS OF LORETTO AND FELICIA GLASS OF FIVE POINTS, ONE ADOPTED SISTER: ROSEMARY NETTLES OF LAWRENCEBURG, 4 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 2 ADOPTED GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR EDDIE BODEAN ANDREWS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 1 TO 2.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO CAMP PINON NAVAJO YOUTH CAMP IN NEW MEXICO. 

 

 

JOHN WILSON BURNS, 87, OF PULASKI DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A FARMER, RETIRED FROM THE GILES COUNTY POSTAL SERVICE, A WORLD WAR TWO ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.   HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MAUVOLINE MCNEESE BURNS, TWO SONS: MICHAEL AND HARRY BURNS, ONE SISTER: REBECCA BURNS DRONE ALL OF PULASKI, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOHN WILSON BURNS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MOUNT MORIAH CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 3:30 UNTIL 7.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE JOHN AND MAUVOLINE BURNS GILES COUNTY UNITED METHODIST LAITY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP OR THE J. MARLIN GOODMAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND.

 

 

MARGARET ANN WELLS ANDERSON, 77, OF KENTUCKY DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF MOUNT PLEASANT, RETIRED AS SECRETARY FOR BODENHAM SCHOOL AND GILES COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL VO-TECH CENTER AND A MEMBER OF GREENWOOD CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: RONNIE WELLS OF PULASKI, RANDY WELLS OF KENTUCKY AND RICHARD WELLS OF BODENHAM, TWO DAUGHTERS: MARY ANN WELLS WHEELER OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND MARTHA WELLS HENSON OF CAMPBELLSVILLE, ONE SISTER: CLARA MARSHALL OF TEXAS, ONE BROTHER: DAVID HENSON OF PULASKI, 13 GRANDCHILDREN, 11 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARGARET ANN WELLS ANDERSON WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN NEW HOPE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO NEW HOPE CEMETERY.

 

 

JIMMY R. NIX, 65, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  HE WAS A MEMBER OF GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SUSAN NIX, SIX SONS: JIMMY NIX JUNIOR, THOMAS, ANDERSON, CHARLES, NEAL AND JOHNNY NIX ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO DAUGHTERS: SANDY BELCHER OF DICKSON AND LISA WEISER OF LEBANON, ONE SISTER: BONNIE SMITH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 18 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JIMMY R. NIX WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SECOND CREEK CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 10 TO 8. 

 

 

DELCIE KERR, 83, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM LA-DEL MANUFACTURING AND A MEMBER OF ROYAL HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: DERRELL KERR SENIOR, TWO DAUGHTERS: WILLA DEAN BROCK FLEEMAN AND TERESA KERR ADAMS, ONE SON: DARRELL KERR JUNIOR, ONE SISTER: LILLA MAE ROBERTS ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DELCIE KERR WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HENRYVILLE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 6 TO 8. 

 

 

FRANKIE BIVINS SMITH, 86, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM C-J'S AND A MEMBER OF PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: CAROL DAVENPORT OF LEOMA, ONE SON: BOBBY JOE BIVINS OF LAWRENCEBURG, 6 GRANDCHILDREN, 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR FRANKIE BIVINS SMITH WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

SARAH ROBERTS, 74, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM JONES APPAREL, FORMER CO-OWNER OF KOUNTRY KUPBOARD AND A MEMBER OF THE WAY CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE BROTHERS: HERSCHEL MARTIN OF LAWRENCEBURG, ED MARTIN OF LEOMA AND JOHN MARTIN OF PENNSYLVANIA AND FIVE SISTERS: MARTHA LEWIS OF ETHRIDGE, GRACE MARTIN AND ANNIE MAE LEWIS BOTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, FLORENCE CLARY OF TULLAHOMA AND LINDA MARTIN OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SARAH ROBERTS WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HOUSER CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

MARCIE SHULTZ, 68, OF LEOMA DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND OF THE CHURCH OF GOD FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JOHN DAVID SHULTZ, ONE DAUGHTER: ELISA VINCENT OF LEOMA, TWO BROTHERS: GEORGE DAVID HAWKINS AND DAVID ANTHONY HAWKINS OF MICHIGAN, ONE SISTER: ELLEN MILLER OF MICHIGAN, 1 GRANDCHILD AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MARCIE SHULTZ WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

WILLIAM "W-O" PETTUS, 70, OF LEXINGTON DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS A CARPENTER, SERVED IN THE ARMY RESERVES AND A MEMBER OF GREENS CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARCELLE MASHBURN PETTUS, ONE DAUGHTER: GWEN PETTUS ALSUP OF LEXINGTON, TWO SISTERS: NEVA DAVIS OF CENTER HILL AND BETTY LANDTROOP OF SAINT JOSEPH AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM "W-O" PETTUS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN PETTUS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

LEWIS SAMUEL GARLAND, 72, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO, A DOOR GREETER FOR WALMART AND A MEMBER OF MEADOW VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARVIS ANDREWS GARLAND, ONE DAUGHTER: MELANIE DIANE HAMMOND OF NEVADA, FOUR SISTERS: LILLIE WARD OF DICKSON, MARIE SANDUSKY, MARY KILPATRICK AND MARTHA COZART ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LEWIS SAMUEL GARLAND WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

MARTHA ANNE ROGERS, 89, OF MOUNT JULIET DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF GILES COUNTY AND RETIRED FROM LIMESTONE COUNTY AGING PROGRAM.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: STEVE ROGERS OF OLD HICKORY, FIVE DAUGHTERS: PATRICIA WILLIAMS OF ATHENS, BEVERLY TURNER AND NANCY TOWNSEND BOTH OF LEBANON, SUSAN ROGERS OF BIRMINGHAM AND LISA CAGLE OF TRINITY, ONE BROTHER: LOYD GARNER OF PULASKI, 11 GRANDCHILDREN AND 14 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARTHA ANNE ROGERS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AND SATURDAY FROM 10 TO 11.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION. 

 

 

FLORENT "FRED" DANIEL, 84, OF PULASKI DIED MARCH 27TH.  HE WAS A RETIRED BOEING ENGINEER AND A MEMBER OF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: ADELAIDE YOUNG DANIEL, THREE SONS: ROY DANIEL OF PULASKI, PAUL DANIEL OF CALIFORNIA AND JIM DANIEL OF COLORADO AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLORENT "FRED" DANIEL WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE PULASKI FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH MUSIC MINISTRY.

 

 

MELBA WEATHERMAN CROWDER, 86, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED TEACHER AND DIRECTOR OF THE MATERIALS CENTER FOR THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM, A MEMBER OF THE LAWRENCE COUNTY RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, THE PILOT CLUB, FOUR CORNERS F-C-E CLUB, THE THURSDAY CLUB, THE LAWRENCEBURG STUDY CLUB AND PULASKI STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: ROBERT CROWDER JUNIOR OF OLD HICKORY, THREE DAUGHTERS: AMY CROWDER OF LAWRENCEBURG, BETH CROWDER O-NEIL OF GERMANTOWN AND CATHY CROWDER GROF OF NASHVILLE, ONE SISTER: BARBARA WILLIAMS OF PULASKI, ONE BROTHER: DAVID WEATHERMAN OF FRANKLIN, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR MELBA WEATHERMAN CROWDER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT MIMOSA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 10 TO 10:45 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE. 

 

 

VIRGIE GENEVA BREWER, 91, DIED MONDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SISTER: ERA BRASHEARS OF PULASKI.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR VIRGIE GENEVA BREWER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT RIDGE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE PLEASANT RIDGE CEMETERY FUND.

 

 

EARLENE LUNA HARWELL, 84, OF PULASKI DIED TODAY (FRIDAY).  SHE WAS A FORMER BOOKKEEPER FOR BRYAN LIVESTOCK AND A SALES CLERK FOR THE BUDGET SHOPPE.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: CHARLIE, DANNY AND BILL LUNA ALL OF PULASKI, ONE DAUGHTER: CATHY LUNA LENAHAN OF SMYRNA, ONE SISTER: SHIRLEY GUTHRIE OF PULASKI, ONE BROTHER: DOYLE MCCLURE OF PETERSBURG, 9 GRANDCHILDREN AND 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EARLENE LUNA HARWELL WILL BE MONDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SUNDAY FROM 2 UNTIL 6.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE TENNESSEE KIDNEY FOUNDATION. 

 

 

LINDA IRENE THOMPSON MOREAU, 67, OF ROMAYOR, TEXAS DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF PULASKI.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE CHILDREN: SCOTT KORNACKI OF CRAWFORD, TENNESSEE, DENISE NOLZ OF CROSSVILLE AND VALERIE ZURAW OF TEXAS, ONE ADOPTED DAUGHTER: KARIE BLAND OF TEXAS, TWO BROTHERS: BOB ENGLET OF WYOMING AND STEVE ENGLET OF OHIO, TWO SISTERS: KATHERINE ARMSTRONG OF TEXAS AND JUDY STARR OF OKLAHOMA, 7 GRANDCHILDREN, 1 ADOPTED GRANDCHILD AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LINDA IRENE THOMPSON MOREAU WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BOOTH CHAPEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 2. 

 

 

WILLIAM DAVID BROWN, 61, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS SAFETY DIRECTOR FOR SCHOOL BUSSES FOR LAWRENCE COUNTY, AN ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARY BROWN, ONE SON: WILLIAM JOSHUA BROWN OF LEOMA AND THREE SISTERS: MARY GLEN BURNS AND MARILYN BROWN BOTH OF PARIS, TENNESSEE AND LISA PARTAIN OF SAVANNA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM DAVID BROWN WILL BE FRIDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 2. 

 

 

CLIFTON PAUL "CLIFF" MCMURTREY, 54, OF JOPLIN, MISSOURI, FORMERLY OF FLORENCE, DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS AN IRON WORKER, AN ARMY VETERAN AND A BAPTIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: PAUL JOHNSON MCMURTREY THE SECOND, HIS MOTHER: CARRIE NICHOLS MCMURTREY, ONE SISTER: CAROL MCMURTREY CRUZ AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CLIFTON PAUL "CLIFF" MCMURTREY WILL BE FRIDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GREENVIEW MEMORIAL PARK.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

WILLIAM GRAYFORD HARRIS, 87, OF DAYTON, OHIO DIED MARCH 16TH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: REBA JONES, VIVIAN AND TERESA HARRIS, THREE SONS: RAYMOND, DAVID AND JOHN HARRIS, ONE SISTER: BETTY COFFMAN, TWO BROTHERS: ROBERT, SHERMAN AND GEORGE HARRIS, SEVERAL GRANDCHILDREN AND GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR WILLIAM GRAYFORD HARRIS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT MOUNT TABOR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IN FLORENCE.  PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

DORENE LUFFMAN VAUGHN, 49, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF PORTERS CHAPEL CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: STEVE VAUGHN, HER PARENTS: HERBERT BENJI AND NADINE INMAN LUFFMAN OF SUMMERTOWN AND TWO BROTHERS: GENE LUFFMAN OF FLORIDA AND DANNY LUFFMAN OF SUMMERTOWN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR DORENE LUFFMAN VAUGHN WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 3:00 AT AT BARNESVILLE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 2:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  

 

 

JEANNE ELIZABETH PATAMIA, 55, OF PULASKI DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A GEMOLOGIST WITH TOMMY'S JEWELERS.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: CASEY MATHIS OF PULASKI, HER STEP-FATHER: ROBERT BRADLEY PROCTOR, HER MOTHER: JOAN PROCTOR AND THREE SISTERS: CYNTHIA HARWELL, SUSAN ENGEL AND PENNY HARGROVE ALL OF PULASKI.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JEANNE ELIZABETH PATAMIA WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:30 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 10 TO 11:30.

 

 

ALTON E. "BUSH HOG" ARCHER SENIOR, 85, OF DANVILLE, ALABAMA DIED FRIDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: NEAL AND EUGENE ARCHER, TWO DAUGHTERS: LIBBY THOMASON AND SHELIA JOHNSON, ONE BROTHER, FIVE SISTERS, 11 GRANDCHILDREN AND 20 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ALTON E. "BUSH HOG" ARCHER SENIOR WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 6 TO 8 AND TUESDAY FROM 1 TO 2.

 

 

LARRY WILSON MCCARTY, 59 DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A TRUCK DRIVER.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: MICHAEL MCCARTY OF HUNTSVILLE, ONE DAUGHTER: MEGHANN MCCARTY OF TEXAS, ONE BROTHER: CHARLES ALLEN MCCARTY OF NEW MEXICO AND ONE SISTER: BEVERLY BLACK OF LYNNVILLE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LARRY WILSON MCCARTY WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS IN COLUMBIA WITH BURIAL IN LYNNWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

JEREMIAH "JERRY" THOMAS SWINEA, 75, OF FLORENCE DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A GOVERNMENT ADVISOR AND A VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: MATTHEW SWINEA, ONE DAUGHTER: HEATHER WITHERSPOON AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR JEREMIAH "JERRY" THOMAS SWINEA WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT NORTH CAROLINA CEMETERY.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

ENA SUE SEYMORE, 77, OF LEOMA DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED MARKET OWNER AND OF THE PENTACOSTAL FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JOE SEYMORE, TWO SONS: RODNEY AND NATHAN SEYMORE BOTH OF LEOMA, TWO SISTERS: BETTY WELLS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND DOT ANDERSON OF JASPER, ALABAMA, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ENA SUE SEYMORE WILL BE SATURDAY AT NOON AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN CENTER POINT BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

CHARLES "STORMY" TURNER, 63, OF LORETTO DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE CITY OF LORETTO AND OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JASON TURNER OF IRON CITY, THREE DAUGHTERS: KARMEN BROOKS OF LEOMA, SHANNON TWEEDY OF MISSISSIPPI AND SAMANTHA HATHAWAY OF NORTH DAKOTA, SIX BROTHERS: E-H ELLS, HERSHEL, KENNETH, JAMES, BILL AND MACK TURNER, TWO SISTERS: ELIZABETH BREWER AND LINDA HILL ALL OF LORETTO, 3 GRANDCHILDREN, 3 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES "STORMY" TURNER WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LORETTO MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

ROBERT EDMOND BARLOW, 73, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM B-F-I.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: EULA MAE BARLOW, ONE SON: ROBERT BARLOW OF CHAPEL HILL, TWO DAUGHTERS: SANDRA FORD OF BUNKER HILL AND MICHELLE BARLOW OF CHATTANOOGA, TWO BROTHERS: JERRY BARLOW OF CROSS PLAINS AND JIM BARLOW JUNIOR OF READYVILLE, FOUR SISTERS: FAY WAKELEY OF MCMINNVILLE, GENA YATES, SHIRLEY MESSICK AND LINDA ROWLAND ALL OF MURFREESBORO, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR ROBERT EDMOND BARLOW WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT BUNKER HILL CHURCH OF GOD WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

DANNY BURKS, 57, OF SAINT JOSEPH DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS A PIPE FITTER FOR T-V-A AND OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: MAEGAN BURKS OF RUSSELLVILLE, HIS FATHER: JIMMY BURKS, ONE BROTHER: TROY BURKS BOTH OF SAINT JOSEPH AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DANNY BURKS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN SAINT JOSEPH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

FRANCES JOYCE HAYGOOD FOWLER, 75, OF ETHRIDGE DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: DONALD RAY HAYGOOD OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: JUNE HEDRICK OF PULASKI, ONE BROTHER: ROBERT MCCLAIN OF NORTH CAROLINA, TWO STEP-SONS: RICKY AND TERRY FOWLER BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: HOLLY COUPLES OF JACKSON, 4 GRANDCHILDREN, 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR FRANCES JOYCE HAYGOOD FOWLER WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN OLD ETHRIDGE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

SHIRLEY ANNE LOVETT SMITH, 67, OF PULASKI DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM FRITO LAY AND OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: TINA KAYE MORROW, ONE SON: TERRY DWIGHT SMITH BOTH OF PULASKI, THREE BROTHERS: DAN, JIMMY AND CHARLES LOVETT ALL OF COLUMBIA, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SHIRLEY ANNE LOVETT SMITH WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PROSPECT CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

EDNA EARL THOMASON, 101, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A MACHINE OPERATOR FOR SALANT AND SALANT, A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO GRANDCHILDREN: MCKINLEY AND MORGAN THOMASON BOTH OF THOMPSON STATION.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR EDNA EARL THOMASON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT MIMOSA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 12:45 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

DELMER LYNN GRAY, 51, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FEBRUARY 16TH.  HE WAS AN EMPLOYEE OF GRAPHIC PACKAGING AND A MEMBER OF BEECH GROVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SISTER: SHARON BLASINGIM.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DELMER LYNN GRAY WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT BEECH GROVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.  THE ROSE OF SHARON FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

HOMER W. GARNER, 76, OF LEOMA DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM ARVIN AS A PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN, A NOTARY PUBLIC, AN ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF MOUNT ZION CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: CHRIS GARNER OF LEOMA AND WESLEY GARNER OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE DAUGHTER: JENNIFER WHITE OF ETHRIDGE, ONE BROTHER: PAUL GARNER OF LEOMA, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HOMER W. GARNER WILL BE THURSDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN FALL RIVER CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

GARNET LANELLE HOLLOWAY BLEVINS, 84, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED L-P-N WITH COUNTRYSIDE HEALTHCARE AND A MEMBER OF SPRINGER ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: ROSEMARY SCOTT OF LAWRENCEBURG AND PATRICIA MARTIN OF YORKVILLE, TENNESSEE, THREE SONS: SAM BLEVINS OF LAWRENCEBURG, LARRY AND CHESTER BLEVINS BOTH OF TEXAS, 15 GRANDCHILDREN AND SEVERAL GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR GARNET LANELLE HOLLOWAY BLEVINS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 3:00 AT LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 1 TO 2:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME. 

 

 

NANCY ELIZABETH BOSWELL, 80, OF WESTPOINT DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER WAITRESS AT PAT'S CAFE AND A MEMBER OF MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: LEO BOSWELL, FOUR DAUGHTERS: KAY FRANK OF PENNSYLVANIA, CINDY DORRIS OF BEECHGROVE, CAROL MATHIS OF LEBANON AND LISA HARGER OF FRANKLIN, ONE SON: JERRY HEATHERLY OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO STEP-SONS: RANDY AND DAVID BOSWELL BOTH OF WESTPOINT, FIVE BROTHERS: GLEN WEAVER OF JACKSON, TRAVIS AND CARL WEAVER BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, BILLY WEAVER OF MICHIGAN AND NEAL WEAVER OF LEOMA, TWO SISTERS: EDNA STAGGS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND PAT DAVIS OF ETHRIDGE, 15 GRANDCHILDREN, 6 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN AND SEVERAL GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNEAL SERVICE FOR NANCY ELIZABETH BOSWELL WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MACEDONIA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

SHELBY JEAN CHANDLER GARNER, 75, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF COLLEGE PLACE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: WAYNE CHANDLER OF LAWRENCEBURG AND DANNY CHANDLER OF LEOMA, ONE DAUGHTER: BETH HAMMONDS PHILLIPS OF MURFREESBORO, FIVE BROTHERS: BUD, CHARLIE AND ALLEN SMITH ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, RICKY SMITH OF LEOMA AND HARVEY SMITH OF ETHRIDGE, FIVE SISTERS: BEULAH PERRY, MARGARET STAGGS, JUDY SMITH AND MAGGIE KRICK ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ROSE ANN PHILLIPS OF ETHRIDGE AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SHELBY JEAN CHANDLER GARNER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN O-K CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION.

 

 

JERRY WAYNE HILL, 63, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY. HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: MICHAEL HILL OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO DAUGHTERS: KANDY BLANKENSHIP OF NASHVILLE AND JERRI KAY GRAY OF LAWRENCEBURG, HIS MOTHER: RUTH SKILLIAN DODD OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SISTER: DOROTHY MOORE OF SAINT JOSEPH AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JERRY WAYNE HILL WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN CEDAR HILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

IMOGENE MARGARET WARHURST, 86, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER, A MEMBER OF OK HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB AND OK BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY FIVE NEPHEWS: GARY PEPPERS OF COLUMBIA, D-H PEPPERS OF BRENTWOOD, TERRY AND TOMMY PATE BOTH OF NASHVILLE AND BOBBY PATE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR IMOGENE MARGARET WARHURST WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN OK CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

JEWEL DEAN ROGERS, 78, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM HENRY SEIGEL COMPANY AND A MEMBER OF NEW COVENANT CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: MILDRED ROGERS OF LAWRENCEBURG AND BESSIE BENITA ROGERS OF SUMMERTOWN, THREE SONS: BOYD ROGERS OF SUMMERTOWN, DON ROGERS OF MOUNT PLEASANT AND VIRGIL ROGERS OF ARKANSAS, ONE BROTHER: PAUL GRAY OF ETHRIDGE, TWO SISTERS: HASSIE CAMPBELL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND CECLE WILEY OF HENRYVILLE AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JEWEL DEAN ROGERS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN VANDERGRIFF CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

GUY HATCHER BUCHANAN, 87, DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM WAYNE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL AS PRINCIPAL, GIRLS BASKETBALL COACH, FOOTBALL COACH AND ATHLETIC DIRECTOR AND AN AIR FORCE VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: BARRY BUCHANAN OF MUSCLE SHOALS, ONE DAUGHTER: CATHY CREWS OF LAWRENCEBURG, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GUY HATCHER BUCHANAN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 3:30 AT WAYNE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL GYM WITH BURIAL IN WAYNESBORO MEMORIAL GARDENS WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TODAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AND TUESDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2 AT GREEN RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE WAYNE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT OR GREEN RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.  

 

 

JACKIE LEE GARLAND, 59, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A SELF EMPLOYED CARPENTER, AN ARMY VETERAN AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: EDNA GARLAND, ONE SON: JUSTIN ARON GARLAND OF SUMMERTOWN, HIS MOTHER: GENELL GARLAND, ONE SISTER: PATRICIA GARLAND BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS: BILLY GARLAND OF MOUNT PLEASANT AND TIMOTHY GARLAND OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO STEP-SONS: DAVID ECKLID OF MICHIGAN AND EDWARD DUNAYCZAN OF TEXAS AND TWO STEP-DAUGHTERS: DEBORAH FRITTS OF FLORIDA AND MARY WHEELER OF CALIFORNIA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JACKIE LEE GARLAND WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MACEDONIA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

FRANCES TAYLOR BIRDSONG, 99, OF ELKTON DIED THURSDAY.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE SUNDAY AT 3:00 AT ELKTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN ELKTON CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO ELKTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.

 

 

HENRY FRANK KIMBROUGH, 101, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM INTERNATIONAL MINERAL AND CHEMICAL CORPORATION AND A WORLD WAR TWO ARMY VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO BROTHERS: OTIS KIMBROUGH OF PULASKI AND ROBERT KIMBROUGH OF NOLENSVILLE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HENRY FRANK KIMBROUGH WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE GILES COUNTY HELP CENTER OR FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

 

 

RETHA PEARL MASHBURN, 89, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TODAY (THURSDAY).  SHE WAS A CLERK FOR SUPERAMA AND A MEMBER OF PULASKI FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: BARBARA MASON OF LAWRENCEBURG, PATSY MASON OF IRON CITY AND CINDY GRAY OF SAINT JOSEPH, ONE SON: MICHAEL MASHBURN OF ELKTON, ONE SISTER: MARY KEETON OF FLORENCE, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RETHA PEARL MASHBURN WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN RICHARDSON CHAPEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 1 TO 3.

 

 

BEATRICE MCLAIN HUGHES, 90, OF EASTERN VALLEY, ALABAMA DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY AND MEMBER OF 9TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST AND FLILNT HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: BOYD HUGHES, ONE SON: JIMMY HUGHES, TWO DAUGHTERS: JANIE BLANKENSHIP AND JANICE HILLHOUSE, ONE BROTHER: JAY MCCLAIN, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BEATRICE MCLAIN HUGHES WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT CURRIE JEFFERSON FUNERAL HOME IN HOOVER, ALABAMA WITH BURIAL IN HIGHLAND MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

GLORIA DEAN WHITE ODENEAL, 79, OF PULASKI DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A REGISTERED NURSE AND RETIRED AS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF NURSING AT N-H-C HEALTHCARE PULASKI.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO CHILDREN: LINDSAY LEE EBLEN DOBBINS AND BUFORD EARL EBLEN BOTH OF PULASKI, ONE SISTER: YVONNE WHITE CHRISTOPHER OF NASHVILLE, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A PRIVATE BURIAL FOR GLORIA DEAN WHITE ODENEAL WILL BE HELD SATURDAY IN JOHN LAY CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 1 UNTIL 3 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.   

 

 

CANZADER PEARL BIRDSONG, 75, DIED MONDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: MIKE BIRDSONG OF ATHENS AND ROGER BIRDSONG SENIOR OF NASHVILLE, ONE DAUGHTER: DONNA ARTHUR OF PULASKI, ONE BROTHER: CLARENCE WILLIAMS OF GREENBRIER, 11 GRANDCHILDREN, 14 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CANZADER PEARL BIRDSONG WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE NEW ZION BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDING FUND. 

 

 

BRUCE JAMES "MANNY" RITCHEY, 84, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FEBRUARY 17TH.  HE WAS A FORMER MECHANIC AND ATTENDED CALVARY HILL CHURCH OF GOD.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR BRUCE JAMES "MANNY" RITCHEY WILL BE THURSDAY AT 6:30 AT CALVARY HILL CHURCH OF GOD.  THE CREMATION SOCIETY OF TENNESSEE IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

JULIA ANN PEDEN, 71, OF IRON CITY DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A BAPTIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: LERRY KENT PEDEN SENIOR, ONE SON: LARRY KENT PEDEN JUNIOR, ONE DAUGHTER: MELISSA FRANCES MCNABB BOTH OF IRON CITY, ONE BROTHER: WILLIAM BREWER OF TOWN CREEK, ONE SISTER: JEWEL BRYAN OF OHIO, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THERE IS NO SERVICE OR VISITATION PLANNED AT THIS TIME.  LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

CHRISTOPHER JEROME SMITH, 39, OF PROSPECT DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS EMPLOYED BY SHOW HORSE MAGAZINE, A MUSICIAN AT EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH AND A MEMBER AND MUSICIAN AT WILLOW GROVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS PARENTS: WINFORD ARSTEN AND RUBY DEAN APPLETON SMITH, TWO BROTHERS: WENDELL SMITH OF ATHENS AND JONATHAN SMITH OF MURFREESBORO, ONE SISTER: JACQUELINE SMITH OF NASHVILLE AND HIS GRANDMOTHER: KATHERINE SMITH OF PROSPECT.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHRISTOPHER JEROME SMITH WILL BE FRIDAY AT NOON AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 11 TO NOON.

 

 

LURLIE MAE SMITH, 75, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: MYRA JUANICE HOWELL, ONE SON: CHARLES ANTHONY SMITH BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LURLIE MAE SMITH WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN WESTSIDE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 10 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

LITTLE OSCAR DUNCAN JUNIOR, 81, OF FLORENCE DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED SALESMAN, A MEMBER OF GREENHILL MASONIC LODGE 402 AND CAHABA SHRINE TEMPLE AND A CHRISTIAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: GLENDA FAY FRAZIER DUNCAN, FOUR SONS: MIKE, MARK, ROSCOE AND KEITH DUNCAN, FOUR DAUGHTERS: CAROL JOHNSON, KATHY QUEAR, MARILYN THOMPSON AND MELESSIA DUNCAN, TWO SISTERS: HELEN AND GLORIA DUNCAN, 23 GRANDCHILDREN AND 13 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LITTLE OSCAR DUNCAN JUNIOR WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN EMMALINE STUTTS CEMETERY WITH MASONIC RITES.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

LOIS MARIE HOUSER, 85, OF WEST POINT DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF PEA RIDGE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: TIM, DANNY AND DONALD HOUSER ALL OF WEST POINT, TWO DAUGHTERS: JUDY MCGOWAN OF FRANKLIN AND LORRI LINDSEY OF WEST POINT, TWO BROTHERS: JAMES AND EDWARD BOWDEN, 7 GRANDCHILDREN, 10 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LOIS MARIE HOUSER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HOUSER CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 


BENNIE ALLEN BROWN, 80, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM GRAF TECH, AN ARMY VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF SUMMERTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: EDITH INEZ BROCK BROWN, ONE DAUGHTER: JUDY BROWN BENSON OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO BROTHERS: TED BROWN OF ELKTON AND TONY BROWN OF MURFREESBORO, THREE SISTERS: HAZEL SLATER OF CHAPEL HILL, JUANITA CLIMER OF MURFREESBORO AND JOYCE BERRYHILL OF LEOMA AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BENNIE ALLEN BROWN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS MONDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SUMMERTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH OR THE NATIONAL EPILEPSY FOUNDATION.

 

 

JAMES ANTHONY "TONY" HUNTLEY, 72, OF LEOMA DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF MURRAY OHIO, INTERSTATE PAVING AND PEPSI COLA BOTTLING, OWNER AND OPERATOR OF HUNTLEY'S GROCERY AND A MEMBER OF BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: LISA CALTON OF COLLINWOOD, ONE SISTER: JANET HUNTLEY WILCOXSON OF LEOMA, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES ANTHONY "TONY" HUNTLEY WILL BE FRIDAY  AT 3:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN BETHEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

J-T ADAMS, 82, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY OHIO AND OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SISTERS: MARY FRANCES ANGUS OF ROGERSVILLE AND BOBBIE PEARL EZELL OF FLORENCE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR J-T ADAMS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SUMMERTOWN CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.

 

 

MATTIE LOIS ALLRED, 73, OF LEOMA DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF GUM SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: JEFFREY AND KEVIN ALLRED BOTH OF LEOMA, ONE DAUGHTER: DARLENE BUTLER OF LAWRENCEBURG, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MATTIE LOIS ALLRED WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN CENTER POINT METHODIST CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

ERMA JEAN BISHOP FISHER, 82, OF OHIO, FORMERLY OF LAWRENCEBURG, DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: CAROL NAIL OF OHIO, TWO BROTHERS: JACK BISHOP OF LAWRENCEBURG AND BOB BISHOP OF COLUMBIA, ONE SISTER: BARBARA WRAY OF PULASKI, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR ERMA JEAN BISHOP FISHER WILL BE MONDAY AT 2:00 AT SHAW CEMETERY.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

JAMES R. "JIM" NUTT, 66, OF MINOR HILL DIED FRIDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED INVESTIGATOR WITH THE OKLAHOMA CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT AND CLEET, FORMER CHIEF OF POLICE IN COUPEVILLE, WASHINGTON, A MARINE VETERAN OF THE VIETNAM ERA, A MEMBER OF THE F-O-P AND THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: WYONETTE NUTT, TWO SONS: MICHAEL NUTT OF BIRMINGHAM AND HUNTER JAMES ALDRIDGE OF HUNTSVILLE, ONE DAUGHTER: SHAWNA MARIE NUTT OF NEVADA, FOUR SISTERS: JANET HENLEY, MARY SMITH, CAROL O-CONNELL AND PAM HELMIC ALL OF NEW MEXICO AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES R. "JIM" NUTT WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS WITH BURIAL IN THE NUTT FAMILY CEMETERY IN MINOR HILL WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1 AT THE CHURCH.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

OTRESS INEZ HARRIS CARDEN, 83, OF CLARKSVILLE, FORMERLY OF LAWRENCEBURG, DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SISTER: ELSIE FISHER OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR OTRESS INEZ HARRIS CARDEN WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT GROVE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 6 TO 8.

 

 

SALLY MAI OWENS, 77, OF ATHENS DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF MAIN STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: DANNY OWENS OF JOELTON, JERRY OWENS OF ELKMONT AND RAY OWENS OF JACKSONVILLE, ALABAMA, ONE DAUGHTER: DELBRA SHORES OF HARSELLE, TWO BROTHERS: BONNIE HATFIELD OF NASHVILLE AND WILLIE HATFIELD OF ASHLAND CITY, TWO SISTERS: CLARA SMART OF NASHVILLE AND SHIRLEY JANES OF MANCHESTER, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SALLY MAI OWENS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MINOR HILL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 2. 

 

 

CELESTE HOPE DUKE, 50, OF KILLEN DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A COOK FOR SEVERAL RESTAURANTS AND OF THE CHURCH OF GOD FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JERRY DUKE, TWO SONS: TYLER AND TAYLOR DUKE, HER FATHER: BOBBY NEAL JOHNSON AND TWO SISTERS: CATHY MILLS AND CONNIE JOHNSON.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CELESTE HOPE DUKE WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN TRI-CITIES MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 6 TO 8.

 

 

BETTY ANN BELEW, 73, OF TUSCUMBIA DIED FRIDAY.  SHE WAS IN REAL ESTATE SALES AND OF THE NON-DENOMINATIONAL FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: BILL TATE AND DAVID BELEW, TWO DAUGHTERS: CINDY REDFORD AND LAURA BIFFLE, ONE SISTER: PEGGY WIBLE SPRINGER AND TEN GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BETTY ANN BELEW WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN TRI-CITIES MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

MARK LOYD PAYNE, 40, OF PULASKI DIED FRIDAY.  HE WAS EMPLOYED AT MID-SOUTH CONCRETE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DARBY YOUNG PAYNE, THREE SONS: TRENT, REESE AND GRANT PAYNE ALL OF PULASKI, ONE DAUGHTER: DAYLE PAYNE OF MADISONVILLE, HIS FATHER: PLESEY PAYNE OF MARYVILLE, ONE BROTHER: ROBERT MALLARY PAYNE OF KNOXVILLE AND THREE SISTERS: LORNA MALLARD OF PULASKI, MICHELLE HODGE AND JENNIFER CUTSHAW BOTH OF MARYVILLE.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARK LOYD PAYNE WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN DIANA CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.

 

 

EFFIE KING TAYLOR, 85, OF PULASKI DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: BOBBY TAYLOR, ONE DAUGHTER: PATRICIA ANN GARRETT OF PROSPECT, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: GINA ANN HARMOND OF PULASKI, ONE STEP-SON: BOBBY CURTIS TAYLOR OF ARDMORE, 10 GRANDCHILDREN AND 18 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EFFIE KING TAYLOR WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE A-L-S ASSOCIATION. 

 

 

CASANDRA ALFREDA WILLIAMSON, 39, OF COLLINWOOD DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE WITH WAYNE COUNTY NURSING HOME AND A CHRISTIAN.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: SHAWN WILLIAMSON, FOUR CHILDREN: CHRISTELL, JUSTINE, MADELINE AND ISAIAH WILLIAMSON ALL OF COLLINWOOD, HER FATHER: BILL SIMONSON OF TEXAS, HER MOTHER: SNARM SIMONSON OF PENNSYLVANIA, HER STEP-MOTHER: JANICE SIMONSON OF CALIFORNIA, FOUR SISTERS: CAROLYN LEA OF IDAHO, CATHY SIMONSON AND ELIZABETH DENTINO BOTH OF CALIFORNIA AND CINDY GAVIN OF MISSISSIPPI AND ONE BROTHER: DANIEL SIMONSON OF CALIFORNIA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CASANDRA ALFREDA WILLIAMSON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 5:00 AT SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 2 TO 4.

 

 

MARCUS J. HALL, 84, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM J-M HALL EXCAVATING AND OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: SHERYL ROSSON OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO SONS: DOYLE AND LARRY HALL BOTH OF OREGON, TWO BROTHERS: JOHN HALL OF NEVADA AND LEO HALL OF TEXAS, TWO SISTERS: FLO WILSON OF NEVADA AND LORENE HALL OF TEXAS, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A PRIVATE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARCUS J. HALL WILLL BE HELD IN TEXAS.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

WILMA WILLIAMSON KIRK, 96, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED SECRETARY AND OF THE METHODIST FAITH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JAMES LEROY HARBAUGH, ONE DAUGHTER: PENNY LEE WELCH BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILMA WILLIAMSON KIRK WILL BE HELD IN MISSISSIPPI.  GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

FELTON M. ROGERS, 81, OF BODENHAM DIED TODAY (MONDAY).  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE POSTAL SERVICE, A NAVY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR TWO AND ATTENDED ETHRIDGE MAIN STREET BAPTIST FELLOWSHIP CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MAUDEEN PRINCE ROGERS, THREE DAUGHTERS: SANDRA GIRASEK AND GAIL CZABAN BOTH OF FLORIDA AND MARIE WARBUTON OF MICHIGAN, TWO STEP-SONS: BILLY COPELAND OF LAWRENCEBURG AND DAVID LUMPKINS OF BODENHAM, THREE STEP-DAUGHTERS: PATRICIA SIMS OF LORETTO, TRACEY BROOKS OF MINOR HILL AND LYNN STEADMAN OF SMYRNA, ONE BROTHER: FLOYD ROGERS OF FLORIDA, 4 GRANDCHILDREN, 12 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN, 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 18 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR FELTON M. ROGERS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN CENTER POINT BAPTIST CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

EVELENIA PHILLIPS SNEED, 89, OF ETHRIDGE DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER, A SEAMSTRESS AND A MEMBER OF BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: JOHNNY SNEED OF SHELBY, ALABAMA AND TEDDY SNEED OF ETHRIDGE, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EVELENIA PHILLIPS SNEED WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MITCHELL CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.   MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO GIDEONS INTERNATIONAL. 

 

 

BRANDI GRAVES, 31, OF LORETTO DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A VOLUNTEER WITH THE AMERICAN RED CROSS, A FORMER SERVER AT KOUNTRY KITCHEN AND A MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER MOTHER: SANDRA WRIGHT, ONE SISTER: HANNAH ELIZABETH WRIGHT BOTH OF LORETTO AND HER GRANDMOTHER: NADINE PARDUE OF LEOMA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BRANDI GRAVES WILL BE FRIDAY AT 10:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN FIVE POINTS CHURCH OF CHRIST CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

DELLA MAE WILLIAMS ROBERSON, 84, OF LEXINGTON DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF LEXINGTON CHURCH OF GOD.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: TERRY WADE ROBERSON OF SOMERVILLE, TWO DAUGHTERS: BELINDA GAIL MCCAFFERTY OF ROGERSVILLE AND PAULA DIANE LEFLORE OF TEXAS, ONE BROTHER: ALFRED WILLAIMS OF FLORENCE, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DELLA MAE WILLIAMS ROBERSON WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN MOORE CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

CIJI LEIGH MCLAUGHLIN FRANKS, 28, OF TUSCUMBIA DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A BAPTIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: RICHARD FRANKS, THREE SONS: DERRICK PAYTON, TRISTAN ELI AND CAMERON WILLIAM JOSEPH FRANKS, HER MOTHER: LEIGH ANN ASHMORE, HER FATHER: JOEY MCLAUGHLIN, TWO BROTHERS: TREY HARRELL AND CODY MCLAUGHLIN, TWO SISTERS: CIERRA HARRELL AND KACIE MCLAUGHLIN AND HER GRANDPARENTS: WILLA DEAN MCLAUGHLIN AND MAC AND REGINA BROOKS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CIJI LEIGH MCLAUGHLIN FRANKS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 6 TO 8.  

 

 

SCOTT BRIAN WOOTON, 49, OF ETHRIDGE DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A WELDER AT HUGHES PARKER.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SISTER: BARBARA RODRIGUEZ OF TEXAS, TWO BROTHERS: ROBERT WOOTON OF LOUISIANA AND JOHN WOOTON OF NEW JERSEY, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: CHRISTINA BRENNEN AND ONE STEP-GRANDCHILD.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR SCOTT BRIAN WOOTON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 10:00 AT ABUNDANT LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH.  BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.  

 

 

CHARLES H. FEATHERSTONE, 80, OF ETHRIDGE DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM COLUMBIA MACHINE AND AN ARMY VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: WILBA FEATHERSTONE.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES H. FEATHERSTONE WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 4:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 3 TO 4.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE GILES COUNTY HUMANE ASSOCIATION.

 

 

JIMMY LEON ROBERTSON, 79, OF LORETTO DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM CUSTOM TOOL AND DIE AND A MEMBER OF MARYS CHAPEL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARY LOU JOHNS ROBERTSON, TWO SONS: DARRYL ROBERTSON OF PEGRAM AND DENNIE ROBERTSON OF LORETTO, ONE DAUGHTER: SHARON ROBERTSON DEAN OF SAINT JOSEPH, TWO BROTHERS: EDWARD ROBERTSON OF LEXINGTON AND OLAN ROBERTSON OF GREENHILL, FIVE SISTERS: SUE NELSON OF FLORENCE, GLADYS GALLIAN OF KILLEN, CAROLYN WATKINS OF ROGERSVILLE, TRISHA SAINT ROMAINE OF FLORIDA AND DARLENE BOGUS OF LEXINGTON, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JIMMY LEON ROBERTSON WILL BE TUESDAY AT 10:30 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN RICHARDSON CHAPEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8

 

 

FRANK HOBBS JUNIOR, 82, OF PULASKI DIED THURSDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: WYNETT CAROLYN HOBBS, TWO SONS: JACKIE HOBBS OF PROSPECT AND EDDIE HOBBS OF NASHVILLE, ONE STEP-SON: TIM GARLAND, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: KATHY GARLAND BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FRANK HOBBS JUNIOR WILL BE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22ND AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22ND FROM NOON TO 1. 

 

 

DELORES NELL METHVIN, 82, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED AS CO-OWNER OF FARMERS SUPPLY, A FORMER BOOKKEEPER FOR JAMES INSURANCE AND A MEMBER OF COLEMAN MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: MAX METHVIN, THREE SONS: STAN METHVIN OF LORETTO, JAMIE METHVIN OF LEOMA AND KEITH METHVIN OF LAWRENCEBURG, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DELORES NELL METHVIN WILL BE SUNDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY OR THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION. 

 

 

CONNIE DIANE WILLIS, 60, OF LAWRENCEB+URG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A CHILD CARE PROVIDER AND A MEMBER OF FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO BROTHERS: DENNIS AND GLENN WILLIS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND ONE SISTER: RUBY STORY OF LEOMA.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CONNIE DIANE WILLIS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT POINT CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 3.

 

 

WILLIAM ARLIE "BILL" PRINCE, 78, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY, AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN CONFLICT AND A MEMBER OF O-K BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: CAROLYN HICKERSON PRINCE, EIGHT CHILDREN: GREG PRINCE, LISA GIPSON AND CHRIS PRINCE ALL OF KENTUCKY, MIKE PRINCE OF LEBANON, PHILIP PRINCE, JEFF BURDETTE, MELINDA ROBINSON AND ALICE PRINCE ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: JUSTIN PRINCE OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE SISTERS: MAUDEEN ROGERS OF BODENHAM, MAE KILBURN OF WAYNESBORO AND ELDA WILSFORD OF INDIANA, 13 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM ARLIE "BILL" PRINCE WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT O-K BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN O-K CEMETERY.  THE BODY WILL LIE IN STATE AT THE CHURCH FOR 3 HOURS PRIOR TO THE SERVICE.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OR THE LAWRENCE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY.



HOWARD WALDON "SKIP" RAU, 64, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED TUESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM CROCKETT TOOL AND DYE, A MARINE CORPS VETERAN OF THE VIETNAM ERA, A MEMBER OF VFW POST 1618 AND THE ELKS LODGE AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: MELIA MCLAIN OF WEST POINT, ONE SON: CODY RAU OF MURFREESBORO, TWO BROTHERS: RONNIE RAU AND BOB SUMNER BOTH OF FLORIDA AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR HOWARD WALDON "SKIP" RAU WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT MIMOSA CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 9:30 TO 10:45 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

CLARENCE GARLAND SANDLIN, 77, OF PULASKI DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS AN ELECTRICIAN, RETIRED FROM DELPHI G-M AND A VETERAN OF THE ALABAMA NATIONAL GUARD, THE ARMY AND THE AIR FORCE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: ASHLEY GARLAND SANDLIN OF PULASKI, THREE DAUGHTERS: GEORGIA ANNA SANDLIN OF INDIANA, JOSETTE NATASH SANDLIN OF DECATUR AND ELIZABETH DIANE SANDLIN OF PULASKI, TWO SISTERS: JOYCE SAINT JOAN AND JANET BENTLY BOTH OF ALABAMA, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CLARENCE GARLAND SANDLIN WILL BE THURSDAY AT 7 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 3 UNTIL 7.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE CLARENCE SANDLIN TRUST FUND AT THE BANK OF FRANKEWING OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

MADGIELEAN BURBANK JACKSON, 83, OF KILLEN DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED FROM GOODYEAR AND A MEMBER OF HICKORY FLATT FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MADGIELEAN BURBANK JACKSON WILL BE THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN HICKORY FLATT CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

GEORGIA ANN GOWAN WALLS, 87, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS THE OWNER OF WALLS GROCERY AND A HOMEMAKER.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: CLARENCE WALLS OF PULASKI, ONE BROTHER: STANLEY GOWAN JUNIOR OF OHIO, ONE SISTER: SUSAN MAY COLE OF FLORIDA, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GEORGIA ANN GOWAN WALLS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 2 UNTIL 6.

 

 

ARNOLD AUSTIN LONG, 87, OF MUSCLE SHOALS DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: PEGGY LONG, TWO DAUGHTERS: SHEREE CATES AND BRENDA MARKS, 6 GRANDCHILDREN, 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ARNOLD AUSTIN LONG WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MITCHELL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1. 

 

 

NANCY THOMPSON, 72, OF GREENHILL DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A FOSTER PARENT AND A MEMBER OF STUTTS ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: HAROLD DEAN THOMPSON, TWO SONS: GREG AND SHANE THOMPSON, ONE FOSTER SON: RICKY RICE, ONE SISTER: JANICE MCDOUGAL AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NANCY THOMPSON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHILOH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 1.

 

 

RUBY ELIZABETH SEYMORE ROSSON, 84, OF LEOMA DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED SCHOOL BUS DRIVER AND A MEMBER OF CENTER POINT BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: BARBARA HALL AND MISSY ROSSON BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE BROTHERS: HOBERT AND JOE SEYMORE BOTH OF LEOMA AND HERB SEYMORE OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO SISTERS: KAY HOLLEY OF PULASKI AND REBA MARION OF ESTILL SPRINGS, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RUBY ELIZABETH SEYMORE ROSSON WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN CENTER POINT METHODIST CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

KERRY "ELMO" SMITH, 45, OF SMITHVILLE, TENNESSEE DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF WAYNESBORO, A TEAM LEADER WITH TENNECCO AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY FOUR SONS: REMINGTON SMITH OF KANSAS, JORDAN AND TOMMEE MULLINS AND DONNIE KEATON ALL OF SMITHVILLE, ONE DAUGHTER: KATIE SMITH OF SMITHVILLE, HIS PARENTS: BILL AND JOAN SMITH OF LORETTO, ONE SISTER: STEPHANIE GARLAND OF LEOMA AND HIS GRANDMOTHER: DOROTHY ROPER INGRAM OF LORETTO.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR KERRY "ELMO" SMITH WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN COLE CEMETERY IN WAYNE COUNTY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

MARY LOU WENNER KRIEGER, 81, OF MILLINGTON, TENNESSEE, DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER RESIDENT OF LAWRENCEBURG, A VOLUNTEER FOR CONFIDENTIAL CARE FOR WOMEN AND A MEMBER OF TENNESSEE RIGHT TO LIFE.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: KATIE KRIEGER ARMITAGE OF MILLINGTON, AMY KRIEGER HAGAN OF FLORIDA AND KAREN KRIEGER DELANEY OF MONTANA, ONE SON:  KURT KRIEGER OF KINGSPORT, 13 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY LOU WENNER KRIEGER WILL BE FRIDAY AT 10:30 AT LAWRENCEBURG SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN CALVARY CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 7 WITH ROSARY FROM 7 TO 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO CONFIDENTIAL CARE FOR WOMEN OR TENNESSEE RIGHT TO LIFE.

 

 

ANNA MARIA SHAW, 63, DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF GILES COUNTY AND A TRUCK DRIVER FOR MESILLA VALLEY TRANSPORTATION.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: NEIL BURGESS OF ELKTON, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR ANNA MARIA SHAW WILL BE HELD SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.

 

 

WILLIAM EARL RATLIFF, 81, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE CITY OF LAWRENCEBURG AND A MEMBER OF CHARITY CONGREGATIONAL METHODIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JEAN RATLIFF, TWO DAUGHTERS: PEGGY MCCREE OF LAWRENCEBURG AND BRENDA STEPHENSON OF LEOMA, ONE SON: TERRY RATLIFF OF PULASKI, TWO SISTERS: PEARLIE MAE MARTIN OF OHIO AND BETTY JO BONEE OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: WENDELL RATLIFF OF LAWRENCEBURG, 6 GRANDCHILDREN AND 9 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM EARL RATLIFF WILL BE THURSDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MARS HILL CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

JANE ALEXANDER FOWLER, 70, OF CHERRY LOG, GEORGIA DIED SUNDAY.  SHE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCEBURG, A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF NASHVILLE LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, ATTENDED CHERRY LOG CHRISTIAN CHURCH AND WAS A MEMBER OF ETHRIDGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: WOODY FOWLER, TWO SONS: BEN FOWLER OF FLORIDA AND DWAIN FOWLER OF VIRGINIA, TWO DAUGHTERS: DIANA DUNN AND MARIE SHEFFER BOTH OF TEXAS, ONE BROTHER: CLINT CREWS ALEXANDER JUNIOR OF LAWRENCEBURG, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 7 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR JANE ALEXANDER FOWLER WILL BE HELD THURSDAY AT 1:00 AT JOHN LAY CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 11 UNTIL 12:30 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO CHERRY LOG CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 

 

 

HELMUT WILLIAM KUCINSKAS, 70, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE ARMY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: LINDA LOPP KUCINSKAS, ONE SON: MICHAEL KUCINSKAS OF MICHIGAN, TWO DAUGHTERS: CATHY KUCINSKAS HAMPTON OF TEXAS AND SHIRLEY KUCINSKAS HOGAN OF ARDMORE, TWO BROTHERS: HERBERT KUCINSKAS OF INDIANA AND FRANK KUCINSKAS OF FLORIDA, TWO SISTERS: ERIKA KUCINSKAS OF ARIZONA AND ANNA KUCINSKAS OF ILLINOIS AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HELMUT WILLIAM KUCINSKAS WILL BE THURSDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN PLEASANT GROVE CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

EUNA LEE HEWGLEY HARWELL, 94, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: COLEMAN HARWELL JUNIOR OF NEW MEXICO, ONE DAUGHTER: DEBORAH PERRY OF INDIANA, TWO BROTHERS: MARKHAM HEWGLEY OF PULASKI AND FARRELL HEWGLEY OF ETHRIDGE, TWO SISTERS: FAYE MCCLAIN OF PULASKI AND LUCILLE WARREN OF LYNCHBURG AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR EUNA LEE HEWGLEY HARWELL WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:30 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN NEW ZION CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 1:30 TO 2:30.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE NEW ZION CEMETERY FUND.

 

 

KIM WADE PITTS, 50, OF PULASKI DIED SUNDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: CONNIE PITTS, ONE SON: WILLIAM HARAWAY OF PULASKI, TWO STEP-DAUGHTERS: MELISSA ALLEN OF PULASKI AND TERRA HERSTON OF ALABAMA, HIS FATHER AND STEP-MOTHER: SOLEN AND DEAN PITTS, HIS MOTHER: JUDY ANN BARNETT ALL OF ATHENS, FOUR BROTHERS: JOHNNY DALE PITTS, J-D BARNETT JUNIOR AND JIMMY LEE PITTS ALL OF ATHENS AND MAC JONES OF ARDMORE, THREE SISTERS: ANNA MARIE PITTS AND DIANE JONES BOTH OF ATHENS AND JUDIE ANN POWELL OF HUNTSVILLE, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR KIM WADE PITTS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME AND WEDNESDAY FROM 10 TO 11 AT THE CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE FAMILY. 

 

 

LARRY "ELROD" MOORE, 64, OF LEOMA DIED FRIDAY.  HE WAS A RADIO PERSONALITY FOR W-D-X-E AND A MEMBER OF CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SHELLIE MOORE, THREE SONS: DYLAN TRAVIS MOORE OF LEOMA, MATTHEW MOORE OF NASHVILLE AND JOSHUA MOORE OF FAIRVIEW, ONE BROTHER: JIMMY MOORE OF LAWRENCEBURG, AND 4 GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LARRY "ELROD" MOORE WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

RICHARD HENRY ADAMS JUNIOR, 66, OF IRON CITY DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED LOGGER AND FARRIER AND A BAPTIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARY ANN ADAMS, SIX SONS: DOUG ADAMS OF SUMMERTOWN, ANDREW AND PADEN ADAMS AND JASON CLAYTON ALL OF IRON CITY, WILLIE AND CHRIS STULTS BOTH OF SAINT JOSEPH, SIX DAUGHTERS: SUSAN SHOEFSTALL OF TEXAS, JAN BUSBY OF SUMMERTOWN, REBECCA CHILDERS, CHARLOTTE HOLT AND SAMANTHA ATWELL ALL OF IRON CITY AND REBECCA ROBINSON OF LAWRENCEBURG, THREE BROTHERS: BUDDY AND ROMAN ADAMS BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG AND MICHAEL ADAMS OF SAINT JOSEPH, THREE SISTERS: JONELL BUTLER OF SAINT JOSEPH, JEAN COZART AND ELLEN WAYLAND BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 19 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RICHARD HENRY ADAMS JUNIOR WILL BE MONDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN HOLLIS CEMETERY. 

 

 

KIM WADE PITTS, 50, OF PULASKI DIED SUNDAY.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: CONNIE PITTS, ONE SON: WILLIAM HARAWAY OF PULASKI, TWO STEP-DAUGHTERS: MELISSA ALLEN OF PULASKI AND TERRA HERSTON OF ALABAMA, HIS FATHER AND STEP-MOTHER: SOLEN AND DEAN PITTS, HIS MOTHER: JUDY ANN BARNETT ALL OF ATHENS, FOUR BROTHERS: JOHNNY DALE PITTS, J-D BARNETT JUNIOR AND JIMMY LEE PITTS ALL OF ATHENS AND MAC JONES OF ARDMORE, THREE SISTERS: ANNA MARIE PITTS AND DIANE JONES BOTH OF ATHENS AND JUDIE ANN POWELL OF HUNTSVILLE, 4 GRANDCHILDREN AND 6 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR KIM WADE PITTS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY (TODAY) FROM 5 TO 8 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME AND WEDNESDAY FROM 10 TO 11 AT THE CHURCH.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE FAMILY. 

 

 

CHARLES THOMAS "C-T" JONES, 89, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS A CHEMICAL ENGINEER FOR EXXON MOBILE, A BOARD MEMBER OF FLORIDA COLLEGE AND A MEMBER OF COLLEGE PLACE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SARA JONES, TWO SONS: GARY JONES OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND GLENN JONES OF GERMANY, ONE SISTER: MARGARET NOBLIT OF LAWRENCEBURG, SEVERAL GRANDCHILDREN AND GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES THOMAS "C-T" JONES WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO FLORIDA COLLEGE OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE. 

 

 

BILLY DOWDEN, 68, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM DURA AUTOMOTIVE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DIANE DOWDEN, THREE DAUGHTERS: KRISTY TEASE, LISA CAMP AND MELONY STEADMAN, TWO SONS: TIMOTHY WAYNE DOWDEN AND WILLIAM EDWARD DOWDEN ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, 9 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR BILLY DOWDEN WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT JOHN LAY CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THURSDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY. 

 

 

MARY JANE SMITH, 78, OF ETHRIDGE DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF PLEASANT VALLEY CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY FIVE SONS: COY DICKEY JUNIOR OF HARTSVILLE, CARL WAYNE AND GARY DICKEY BOTH OF PULASKI, LARRY DICKEY OF CALIFORNIA AND TERRY DICKEY OF SUMMERTOWN, ONE DAUGHTER: DEBBIE CRIPPS OF ASHLAND CITY, THREE SISTERS: ELSIE KYLE OF LEWISBURG, JO ANN STANLEY OF NASHVILLE AND BERTHA BURDETTE OF MICHIGAN, 19 GRANDCHILDREN AND 31 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MARY JANE SMITH WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BAKER CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

ELMER "SONNY" K. MOORE JUNIOR, 78, OF NASHVILLE DIED FRIDAY.  HE WAS A NATIVE OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF U-P-S, A NAVY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN WAR AND A MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JERRIE FRANKS MOORE, THREE SONS: GARY WAYNE MOORE OF MOUNT JULIET, JEFFREY GLENN MOORE OF LEBANON AND KEVIN LANE MOORE OF NASHVILLE, ONE SISTER: MARY KATHERN MCGEE OF LAWRENCEBURG AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ELMER "SONNY" K. MOORE JUNIOR WILL BE MONDAY AT 1:00 AT SHACKELFORD FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LUTTS CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY UNTIL 1.

 

 

WILLIAM MOULDON HOLLOWAY, 88, OF IRON CITY DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM T-V-A, A METHODIST MINISTER AND A WORLD WAR TWO MARINE VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: MICHAEL LYNN HOLLOWAY OF SAINT FLORIAN, TWO SISTERS: INEZ OLIVER OF LEOMA AND LOIS FAYE SIZEMORE OF ARIZONA, 8 GRANDCHILDREN AND 15 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM MOULDON HOLLOWAY WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN SAINT JOSEPH METHODIST CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8.

 

 

JANIE LOU STEVENSON NEWMAN, 75, OF ARDMORE DIED SUNDAY.  SHE ATTENDED BETHANY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: JAMES NEWMAN OF ARDMORE, TWO DAUGHTERS: NELLIE MOORE OF PROSPECT AND CAROL MURRAY OF LAWRENCEBURG, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JANIE LOU STEVENSON NEWMAN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BETHANY CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2. 

 

 

DON MCMAHAN, 63, OF LEOMA DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A BAPTIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: BRENT MCMAHAN SENIOR, TWO DAUGHTERS: SAMANTHA WALLS AND TAMMY MCMAHAN ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, FIVE BROTHERS: TERRY, JIM, EDDIE AND VERNON MCMAHAN ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND GENE MCMAHAN OF OKLAHOMA, TWO SISTERS: HELEN MCMAHAN OF COLLINWOOD AND CHARLENE WHITE OF NASHVILLE AND EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR DON MCMAHAN WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BUMPAS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

DAVID MARTIN MCDONALD, 61, DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS AN AUTO PARTS SPECIALIST.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JOYCE RUSSELL MCDONALD, ONE BROTHER: DENNIS MCDONALD AND THREE SISTERS: JOYCE HOOD, MARSHA DUTTON AND PAULA MCMAHON.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DAVID MARTIN MCDONALD WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

GERALDINE "JERRE" WHITE COLLINS, 87, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF THE NATIONAL STORE AND A MEMBER OF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF PULASKI.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: FRANK COLLINS, TWO SONS: DANNY AND DON COLLINS, ONE DAUGHTER: CATHY COLLINS, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GERALDINE "JERRE" WHITE COLLINS WILL BE FRIDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE THURSDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF PULASKI.

 

 

WILLIAM MAXWELL EALY, 73, OF NASHVILLE, FORMERLY OF PULASKI, DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A FORMER PARTNER IN W-C EALY AND ASSOCIATES.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SISTER: DOROTHY EALY MCCORD OF LOUISIANA.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM MAXWELL EALY WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 1 TO 2. 

 

 

TAYLOR RENEA GREEN, 5, OF PULASKI DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A KINDERGARTEN STUDENT AT PULASKI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND ATTENDED FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER PARENTS: TYLER AND TAUNIA GREEN, TWO SISTERS: COURTNEY AND KAYLA HUTTO ALL OF PULASKI, HER GRANDPARENTS: KAY GREEN OF OHIO, MIKE AND SANDRA BALLARD AND JANET ZABOKRTSKY ALL OF TEXAS AND DONNA AND RICKY JACOB OF LOUISIANA AND HER GREAT-GRANDPARENTS: HELEN EARLEY OF OHIO, JANICE BALLARD, BOB AND PATTIE BALLARD AND ARNOLA ZABOKRTSKY ALL OF TEXAS.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR TAYLOR RENEA GREEN WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF PULASKI.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SUNTRUST BANK IN PULASKI.

 

 

CHARLES RONALD SOLOMON, 73, OF GOODSPRING DIED FRIDAY. HE WAS A RETIRED SELF-EMPLOYED BROADCASTING ENGINEER.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: JANIE SOLOMON, ONE SON: MICHAEL SOLOMON OF ANTIOCH, ONE DAUGHTER: MICHELLE SOLOMON WILLIAMS OF GALLATIN, THREE STEP-SONS: TIM SANDERS OF ATHENS, RANDY SANDERS OF KENTUCKY AND WILLIAM SANDERS OF BRENTWOOD, ONE STEP-DAUGHTER: TONYA WHITAKER OF DICKSON, TWO BROTHERS: JAMES MARION SOLOMON OF VIRGINIA AND JOHNNY WAYNE SOLOMON OF PULASKI, ONE SISTER: BRENDA SOLOMON CRABTREE OF COLUMBIA, HIS STEP-MOTHER: DOROTHY SOLOMON OF PULASKI, 3 GRANDCHILDREN, 13 STEP-GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES RONALD SOLOMON WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

CONNIE FAYE POLK BRYANT, 62, OF SAINT JOSEPH DIED SUNDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SONS: CHRISTOPHER HENRY, MICHAEL SEAN AND TIMOTHY DEAN BRYANT, THREE SISTERS: LORA LOPP, DORIS POTTS AND SUE ADAMS AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CONNIE FAYE POLK BRYANT WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN HOUSER CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

BOBBY DEAN SANDERS, 73, OF PROSPECT DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE PROSPECT POST OFFICE.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: PEGGY SANDERS, TWO SONS: MICHAEL SANDERS OF PROSPECT AND TIM SANDERS OF PULASKI, TWO DAUGHTERS: KIMBERLY MORTON OF PULASKI AND RENNE MOONEYHAN OF ATHENS, ONE BROTHER: STEVE SANDERS OF PROSPECT, 5 GRANDCHILDREN AND 2 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BOBBY DEAN SANDERS WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:30 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST.

 

 

WENDY RENEE ROBISON, 44, OF PROSPECT DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS EMPLOYED AT SUNDROP BOTTLING COMPANY AND A MEMBER OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: JOEL ROBISON, ONE DAUGHTER: JOLIE RENEE ROBISON OF PROSPECT, HER MOTHER: PATRICIA MARIE POLLY AND ONE BROTHER: DALE POLLY BOTH OF PULASKI.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WENDY RENEE ROBISON WILL BE SATURDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE BENEFIT FUND FOR WENDY ROBISON AT FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN PULASKI.

 

 

MICHAEL WILLIAM KIRK, 66, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED JANUARY 2ND.  HE WAS A PROFESSIONAL PAINTER, AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE VIETNAM ERA AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: TIMOTHY WADE KIRK OF ETHRIDGE, HIS MOTHER: BETTY JUNE KIRK OF LAWRENCEBURG, FIVE SISTERS: JUDY KENNEMER, JANET LAWS, SHARON STEPHENSON AND SANDRA TOWNSEND ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG AND BRENDA ELDER OF ADAMSVILLE, ONE BROTHER: LARRY WAYNE KIRK OF LAWRENCEBURG AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MICHAEL WILLIAM KIRK WILL BE SATURDAY AT 10:00 AT PARK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN KIDD CEMETERY WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS.  NEAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

 

 

JAMES LOUIE HARGROVE, 67, OF PULASKI DIED WEDNESDAY.  HE WAS A HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR AND AN ARMY VETERAN.  HE IS SURVIVED HIS WIFE: PAT HARGROVE, TWO SONS: MICHAEL HARGROVE OF PULASKI AND BOBBY JOE HARGROVE OF ANTHONY HILL, ONE DAUGHTER: MARGARET WOOD, ONE BROTHER: HARRY NEAL HARGROVE BOTH OF PULASKI, FOUR SISTERS: PEGGY WISE OF BETHEL, FRANCES SCOTT, FAYE ADAMS AND CAROLYN ROBINSON ALL OF GOODSPRING, 7 GRANDCHILDREN AND 1 GREAT-GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES LOUIE HARGROVE WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHORES MEMORY GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 9.

 

 

HELEN KILGO, 96, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF COLEMAN MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: HAROLD KILGO JUNIOR, ONE DAUGHTER: KATHRYN CALVERT BOTH OF FORT PAYNE, ALABAMA, ONE BROTHER: EDWARD JOHNSON, ONE SISTER: WILBA FEATHERSTON BOTH OF GILES COUNTY, 4 GRANDCHILDREN, 8 GREAT-GRANDCHILREN AND 3 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR HELEN KILGO WILL BE SUNDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MIMOSA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 TO 3.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO COLEMAN MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.

 

 

SERENA SHAY WALKER, 20, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED THURSDAY.  SHE WAS A STUDENT.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER PARENTS: JOEL AND KIM WALKER, ONE SISTER: RENEE WALKER AND HER GRANDPARENTS: TRACY AND ANN HILL ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR SERENA SHAY WALKER WILL BE SATURDAY AT 2:00 AT PETTUS TURNBO FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN JOHN LAY CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8. 

 

 

ANNIE JOSEPHINE PETERS ROBINSON, 83, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED FRIDAY.  SHE WAS A HOMEMAKER AND A MEMBER OF GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: DEWEY AND DAVID ROBINSON BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, TWO DAUGHTERS: SHERRY KEETON OF ETHRIDGE AND CAROL STAGGS SUTTON OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE BROTHER: RICHARD PETERS, ONE SISTER: BETTY RUTH KING BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, 15 GRANDCHILDREN, 21 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 STEP-GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ANNIE JOSPHINE PETERS ROBINSON WILL BE SUNDAY AT 1:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN MACEDONIA CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

BETTY STURDIVANT, 78, OF ETHRIDGE DIED TUESDAY.  SHE WAS RETIRED AS A BOOKKEEPER FOR SPENCER BUILDERS AND A MEMBER OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH LAWRENCEBURG.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: CARROL STURDIVANT, ONE DAUGHTER: CAROLYN NEWELL OF SPRING HILL, ONE SON: MICHAEL STURDIVANT OF TEXAS, ONE BROTHER: BEN MAYNOR OF MISSISSIPPI AND FIVE GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BETTY STURDIVANT WILL BE SATURDAY AT 10:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LAWRENCE COUNTY MEMORIAL GARDENS.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FUNDS FRIDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SAINT JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

LOUISE HUMBLE YOUNG, 92, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: WILLIAM YOUNG, TWO DAUGHTERS: PATRICIA MCKINLAY OF CHICAGO AND JOYCE MOORE OF PULASKI, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 5 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LOUISE HUMBLE YOUNG WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 3:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 3.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IN PULASKI OR THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

 

LESLIE JUANITA SPENCER HILL, 96, OF ATHENS, FORMERLY OF LORETTO, DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE LAWRENCE COUNTY RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, LAWRENCE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, UNITED METHODIST WOMEN AND LORETTO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: VAN HILL OF GEORGIA, ONE DAUGHTER: DIXIE MCFARLAND OF ATHENS, 3 GRANDCHILDREN AND 4 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LESLIE JUANITA SPENCER HILL WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN SAINT JOSEPH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 12:30 TO 2. 

 

 

NANCY ELLEN SPRINGER, 54, OF SHEFFIELD DIED FRIDAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE SISTERS: GLADYS KATHLEEN DICKEY, PATTY KELLEY AND BEATRICE JOAN MEYER AND TWO BROTHERS: NED ALISON SPRINGER AND LARRY GLENN SPRINGER.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NANCY ELLEN SPRINGER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 1:00 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN RICHARDSON CHAPEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 6 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE FUNERAL HOME TO HELP WITH EXPENSES. 

 

 

JOYCE PATRICIA MCCLUSKEY, 69, OF ANDERSON DIED SATURDAY.  SHE WAS A FORMER EMPLOYEE OF FRITO LAY.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND: ROBERT MCCLUSKEY, TWO BROTHERS: MILTON HOOD OF GOODSPRING AND HUBERT HOOD OF PULASKI AND ONE SISTER: PEARL BARNES OF JOELTON.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOYCE PATRICIA MCCLUSKEY WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN SHORES CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 9 TO 11.

 

 

KENNETH WILLIAM PUTMAN, 69, OF LORETTO DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM CHRYSLER AND OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: MARY FRANCES PUTMAN, ONE SON: WAYNE PUTMAN OF LORETTO, ONE SISTER: MONETTA SPRINGER AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR KENNETH WILLIAM PUTMAN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN LORETTO CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 5 TO 8.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SAINT JUDES OR THE CANCER SOCIETY.

 

 

JAMES WILLARD BROWN, 71, OF LORETTO DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM MURRAY AND STEVE WILLIAMS FORD AND OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: SHIRLEY BUSBY BROWN, ONE DAUGHTER: LYNN ANDREWS, ONE BROTHER: BOBBY BROWN BOTH OF LORETTO, ONE SISTER: EUVENE GLASS OF MICHIGAN, 2 GRANDCHILDREN AND 3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JAMES WILLARD BROWN WILL BE TUESDAY AT 11:00  AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BISHOP CHAPEL CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE MONDAY FROM 4 UNTIL 8. 

 

 

LESTER C. VENABLE, 80, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THE TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AS A SUPERVISOR FOR WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, A MEMBER OF GIDEON INTERNATIONAL AND DEERFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: CAROLYN VENABLE, TWO DAUGHTERS: DANA SLATER AND LEAH SMITH BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG, ONE SON: MIKEL VENABLE OF PULASKI, ONE SISTER: RUTH DIXON OF LAWRENCEBURG AND SIX GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LESTER C. VENABLE WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 DEERFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH WITH BURIAL IN DEERFIELD CEMETERY.  THE BODY WILL LIE IN STATE AT THE CHURCH FOR ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE SERVICE.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5 TO 8 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE DEERFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDING FUND AND GIDEON'S INTERNATIONAL.