In Loving Memory: Obituaries Of The Week of June 19, 2022

In Loving Memory: Obituaries Of The Week of June 19, 2022

In Loving Reminiscence: Obituaries June 13-19, 2022

ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn Information)

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Obituary for Mary Ellen Jackson Stout

Mary Ellen Jackson Stout, age 68, of Adairville Kentucky handed away Saturday, June 18, 2022 at Hospice of Southern Kentucky in Bowling Inexperienced, Kentucky. A funeral Service can be held at Robertson County Funeral Dwelling Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 2:00 pm with Pastor Tracy Hagerman officiating. The household will obtain, mates Wednesday from 10:00 am till the time of service at 2:00 pm. Burial will observe in Greenwood Cemetery in Adairville, Kentucky. Pallbearers can be Christopher Shawn Jackson, Trinity James Stout, Nolan Wayne Stout, Joshua Jaylynn Stout James Donald Bush and Kyle Leckbee.

She was born in Springfield, Tennessee on February 3, 1954 to the late Invoice Jackson and Susan Wilmoth Norman Jackson. She was additionally preceded in loss of life by 3 sisters; Peggy Sue Jackson, Martha Jane Jackson, and Joyce Ann Jackson Anderson and by 3 brothers; Thomas E. (Buddy) Jackson, Billy Joe Jackson, and Jessie Earl Jackson.

She liked all of her household and her little canine, Cole. And naturally; we will’t overlook her chickens and rooster. She liked all her mates and most of all her Lord. She additionally liked lighted Angels and Church buildings and flowers. She labored at Hinkle Chair Firm, Robertson County Colleges, at a restaurant as a waitress, and at a nursing house. She was a stay-at-home Mom as nicely. Truthfully, she was simply a tremendous spit fireplace of a girl!

floral squareShe is survived by her husband of 48 years, James Randall (Skeeter) Stout; sons; Christopher Shawn Jackson, Trinity James Stout (Tiffany), Nolan Wayne Stout and Joshua Jaylynn Stout; grandchildren; Taylor Blackwell, Shelby Parrish, Gracie Stout, and Adrianna Stout; nice grandson Jameson Parrish; sister; Charlotte Jackson Cobb, and quite a few nieces and nephews.

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Robertson County Funeral Dwelling accountable for preparations. 2201 Memorial Blvd Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Peggy Sue Arnold Brooks

Peggy Sue Arnold Brooks, 61, of Louisville, KY, handed away on Thursday June 16, 2022, at The Waters of Springfield. Her stays had been cremated, and no providers are deliberate at the moment. Peggy was born August 2, 1960, in Dyersburg to the late Van Burin and Gladys Brinkley Arnold. She was a homemaker and a member of the Baptist religion. Peggy loved drawing, animals, strolling and being out in nature. Along with her dad and mom, she was preceded in loss of life by her siblings: Charles and William “Invoice” Arnold.

floral squarePeggy is survived by her kids: Jonathan (Pleasure) Brooks of Washington, DC, Joshua Paul Brooks of Shepherdsville, KY, and Anna Brooks (Adam) Lamb of Louisville, KY, by her siblings: Van Burin Arnold of Hornbeck, Daniel Arnold of Hornbeck, Kay Inexperienced of Jackson, and Alice Faye Arnold of Newbern, and by her expensive mates: Judy Spriggs and Faye Ward.

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Robertson County Funeral Dwelling accountable for preparations. 2201 Memorial Blvd Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Willie Barnes

Willie Dee Barnes, age 92 of Nashville, Tennessee, died Sunday, June 19, 2022 at Lakeshore Meadows in Nashville.

Funeral providers can be carried out at McFerrin Missionary Baptist Church in Madison at 2:00PM on Thursday, June twenty third, with Bro. Johnny Carver and her brother-in-law, Judson Morgan officiating. Burial will observe in Anderson & Son Memorial Park in Lafayette with household and mates serving as pallbearers.

The household will obtain mates on the church on Thursday from 12:00PM till the hour of service at 2:00PM.

Mrs. Barnes was born on October 10, 1929 in Lafayette, Tennessee to the late Loid & Gracie Adamson Andrews. She was a retired Metro faculty bus driver with over 30 years of service and was later a hairdresser. She liked dancing and bowling. She liked her household, most particularly her grandchildren. Mrs. Barnes was a member of McFerrin Missionary Baptist Church.

Along with her dad and mom, she is preceded in loss of life by her first husband, Bunar Ellis; second husband, Forrest Barnes; brother, Billy Andrews; and sisters, Bobbie Andrews, Susie Trotter, and Betty Ellis.

floral squareSurvivors embrace her sons, Merle Ellis and Barry (Robin) Ellis; daughter, Debbie Gilstrap; sisters, Brownie Morgan (Judson) and Nancy Brown; grandchildren, Nikki (Michael) Foust and Shawna Morrow; and great-grandchildren, Skyler Foust, Haylie Foust, Waylon Morrow, and Liam Morrow.

In that case desired, memorial contributions could also be made to St. Jude Youngsters’s Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105-9959

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Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling in Nice View is accountable for these preparations. 6316 Freeway 41A, Nice View, Tennessee 37146

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Obituary for James C. McMillin

James C. McMillin, loving father, grandfather, nice grandfather and buddy to many entered into everlasting relaxation on the age of 87 on June 19, 2022. A resident of Indianapolis he was born on July 18, 1934 in Orlinda, Tennessee to the late James Fort McMillin and Leola (Yates) McMillin, the place he was recognized by many as “Lower Eye”.

He was a member of the Bass Membership. He was an electrician for IBEW Native 481 for 35 years.

He loved spending time along with his household and particularly loved his journeys to Florida the place he liked to go fishing. An avid fisherman, he was additionally a bowler.

James leaves behind to treasure his reminiscence, his two daughters, Sharee (Kenneth) Thompson, Brenda McMillin, son, Edward “Eddie” (Lisa) Woods; two granddaughters, Jodi (James) Thorpe, and Amanda Snoddy; three grandsons, Kyle (Carisa) Thompson, Jason (Molly) Moore, and Corey (Shabnam) Woods; seven nice grandchildren; nieces, nephews and prolonged members of the family and mates.

He was preceded in loss of life by his spouse, Patricia (McKinney) McMillin; daughter, Jenny Snoddy; grandson, William Snoddy; and two sisters, Dorothy McMillin and Betty Warren.

floral squareFuneral providers can be carried out at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at G. H. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Dwelling, 5141 Madison Avenue, with visitation from 11:00 a.m. till the time of the service. He can be laid to relaxation at New Crown Cemetery.

Please share reminiscences, pictures and on-line condolences with the household at G.H. Herrmann Funeral Houses

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Obituary for Roger Grimsley

Roger Grimsley, 81, of Springfield, handed away on June 18th, 2022 at The Waters of Springfield. He was born June 6, 1941 to the late Ridley and Mary Eleanor Grimsley. Roger was a author and duplicate editor at The Tennessean in addition to pastor and chief of many church buildings in all through Tennessee. He liked golf, telling jokes and performing with the Robertson County Gamers.

Roger is survived by his spouse, Diane Grimsley, by his kids Melissa Krantz (Joey), Amy Dooley (Jeff) and Alex Grimsley (Carolyn), his stepchildren R.Ok. Kane (Kym), Erick Kane (Leanne), Heath Kane floral square(Sarah), and Sonna Shea Kane, his grandchildren Ericka Parks (Larry), Anna Kane, Benjamin Kane, Brooke Kane, Morgan Gehring (Kyle), Chase Hobson (William), Jackson Kane, Elijah Kane, and Samuel Kane, his great-grandchild Laurel Shea Parks and his sister Melna Priest.

A memorial service can be held on July 2nd at 1 pm at Springfield Baptist Church. 400 N Most important St, Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Linda Jean Bigsby

On June 16, 2022, the Lord referred to as one other of his angels’ house, Linda Jean Wells Bigsby. She was born July 6, 1942 to the late Glen Wells and Ericka Davidson in Robertson County, Tennessee.
She was educated within the Robertson County Faculty System. She liked to cook dinner, plant flowers, and adorn her house.
Along with her dad and mom, she was preceded in loss of life by her husband, Raymond Bigsby, and granddaughter, Natalie Wells.

She leaves to cherish her treasured reminiscences: three devoted daughters, Tequilla Wells (Michael), Luccinda Bigsby, and Yashica Bigsby (Santiago); 4 grand -children, LaMichael Brooks, Adarryl (Denise) Wells, Trevor Bigsby, very devoted granddaughter, Cedra Galan; six nice grandchildren, LaBria, Ashanti, Adorion, Na’Layah, Nautica, and Madison; three sisters, Antheia Morrow, Elaine (Charles) Northington, Patricia (Paul) Brooks; devoted nieces and nephews, Ann (Dan) Frazier, Cecilia Bowling, Tonya Bowling, Tracy Wells, Tasha Wells, Louise Waggoner, Ineva (Bobby) Northington, Mary Ann (Henry) Gilliam, Brenda (Tom) Mauritz, Beverly Bigbee, Linda (William) McKinney, Drextal Bowling, Reggie Bowling, Tim Roberts, Michael Bigsbee, Will Davis Bigbee, Andrew Wells and Rayburn Roberts; devoted nice nieces, Danielle and TiffanyFrazier; a loyal nice -great nephew, Marcus Allen; a number of nice and nice -great nieces and nephews; devoted cousins, Bettye Oliver, Mary Bowers; sister -in –floral squarelegislation, Mattie Lee -Wells; god -sister, Francine Summers; and devoted buddy, Josie Miles.

Viewing and Visitation and Funeral was Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at W. D. Crowder Funeral Dwelling with Reverend Wanda Payne, Eulogy and Pastor Samuel Stratton, Officiant; Interment was in Restlawn Memorial Backyard.

W. D. Crowder Funeral Dwelling accountable for preparations. 1800 John L Patterson St Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Helen Caitlyn Suggs

SEPTEMBER 2, 1990 – JUNE 11, 2022

Helen Caitlyn Suggs, loving daughter and finest buddy to so many, handed on from this world on June 11, 2022, at 31 years previous.
Caitlyn was born on September 2, 1990 and was raised in Greenbrier, Tennessee. When you had been round her, you had been laughing, as a result of she was all the time making life enjoyable and entertaining. Caitlyn liked artwork, drawing, and music, and had a formidable Pokemon assortment. She was at house in nature, and particularly liked vacationing with household and mates in Jekyll Island, GA. She was all the time up for any and each outside journey, and had just lately moved to the attractive mountains of Knoxville, TN, very excited to work at Dollywood and start artwork faculty there this summer time. She loved thrifting, amassing issues, and had a terrific love for animals. She can be remembered for her brilliant, eccentric, and type persona, which made these round her really feel liked and accepted.

floral squareCaitlyn was preceded in loss of life by her sister Kelly Harris, favourite pup Oly, and grandparents, William and Helen Suggs of Seabring, FL, and Owen and Helen Null, of Hermitage, TN. She is survived by her dad and mom David and Molly Suggs, brother Josh Suggs, many aunts, uncles, cousins, and furbaby Fig.

A gathering of household and mates for Caitlyn can be held Monday, June 20, 2022 from ten o’clock within the morning till one o’clock within the afternoon at Mount Olivet Funeral Dwelling, adopted by, A Celebration of Life Service starting at one o’clock within the afternoon. Interment to observe within the Historic Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Fond reminiscences and expressions of sympathy could also be shared at www.mountolivet.com for the Caitlyn Suggs household.

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Obituary for Elizabeth “Beth” Smith Howell

Elizabeth “Beth” Smith Howell, 84, of Hendersonville, handed from this life on Wednesday June 15, 2022, at Hendersonville Medical Heart.

A non-public household graveside service can be carried out within the St. Michael’s Cemetery with Father Anthony Lopez as celebrant. Her household will function pallbearers.

Ms. Howell was born July 21, 1937, in Lyons, OH to the late Leland and Mildred Howell Smith. She was a homemaker and a communicant of St. Michael’s Catholic Church. Ms. Howell liked cooking, crocheting, and spending time along with her children and grandkids.

floral squareMs. Howell is survived by her kids: Richard Howell and spouse Jackie of Hendersonville, Betsy Howell Traughber of Springfield, Billy Howell and spouse Sherry of Springfield, Benny Howell and spouse Connie of Nashville, and Jimmy Howell of Hendersonville, by her brother: Invoice Smith of Florida, by her sister: Susan Francouer of Sand Creek, Michigan, and by her 11 grandchildren and 18 nice grandchildren.

In that case desired, memorial contributions could also be made to St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Ms. Howell’s reminiscence.

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Robertson County Funeral Dwelling accountable for preparations. 2201 Memorial Blvd Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Rhea Garrett Shrum

Rhea Garrett Shrum, 72, of Greenbrier, handed away on Wednesday, June 15, 2022, at his house.

To honor his needs, he can be cremated, and no providers can be held at the moment.

Mr. Shrum was born December 5, 1949, in Hartsville to the late Robert and Mary Elizabeth Stafford Shrum. He served within the U.S. Military, was a retired truck driver, and loved each searching and fishing.

floral squareMr. Shrum is survived by his former spouse and finest buddy: Diana Arrington of Longview, TX, by his son: Tommy and Deana Shrum of Smyrna, by his daughter: Charlotte Farrell of Longview, TX, by his brother: Gene Allen Shrum of Hendersonville, by his sister: Margaret Scantland of Florida, by his 2 grandchildren, 1 nice grandchild, and a number of nieces and nephews, and by his prolonged household: Betty Thompson and Tommy and Barbara Brewer.

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Robertson County Funeral Dwelling accountable for preparations. 2201 Memorial Blvd Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Earlene Wilson Jernigan Estes

Earlene Wilson Jernigan Estes, 72, of the Martin’s Chapel neighborhood in Springfield, handed from this life on Monday June 13, 2022, at her house.

Funeral providers had been carried out Friday June seventeenth at 2:00 p.m. within the Oakhurst Chapel of the Robertson County Funeral Dwelling with Reverend Bob Hargrove and Reverend Peter van Eys officiating. Interment adopted within the Nice Grove Cemetery in White Home with Timothy Jernigan, Jr., Jake Jernigan, Logan Jernigan, Landon Jernigan, Ethan Morton, Dylan Morton, Connor “Willie” Learn, Aidan Lapolla, Jason Follis, Daniel Smith, and Benjamin Jernigan serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers had been her nephews and her poker-playing mates. The household obtained mates on Thursday from 4:00 p.m. till 8:00 p.m. and on Friday from 12 midday till service time on the funeral house.

Ms. Earlene was born November 13, 1949, in Springfield to the late Ewing and Louise Harper Wilson. She was a member of Martins Chapel United Methodist Church and was a retired supervisor from Tyson Meals in Goodlettsville. Ms. Earlene liked taking part in playing cards, going to Larry’s for breakfast, was an avid fan of Springfield Excessive Faculty soccer and actually loved cooking meals for the referees earlier than every house sport. Ms. Earlene was an exquisite cook dinner, and her household and mates had been all the time welcome at her desk. She liked life and lived it to the fullest. She was capable of play a sport of playing cards along with her household and mates the Saturday night time earlier than her homegoing. Everybody that knew her liked her and Ms. Earlene was actually everybody’s “Granny Early”.

Along with her dad and mom, she was preceded in loss of life by her first husband: Jerry Wayne Jernigan, by her grandson: Dalton Tramell, and by her siblings: John Wilson, Wesley Wilson, Aline Smith, and Mary Edna Scott. Ms. Earlene is survived by her husband, Invoice Estes, whom she could be married to for 22 years this coming September, by her kids: Timothy W. Jernigan and spouse Glenda of White Home, Jerri L. Rose and husband David of Springfield, and Samantha Learn and husband Chris of Springfield, by her floral squarestepdaughters: Tammy Follis of Cross Plains and Sandy Lapolla of Pennsylvania, by her brothers: Randy Wilson and spouse Brenda, and Jeff Wilson all of Springfield, by her sisters: Maxine Wood of Joelton, Pat Hix, Annie B. Hayes, and Beverly Langford all of Springfield, and by her 13 grandchildren, 14 nice grandchildren, and 1 nice nice grandchildren.

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Robertson County Funeral Dwelling accountable for preparations. 2201 Memorial Blvd Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Lynda Drake

Lynda Drake, age 78 of Greenbrier, handed from this life on Monday, June 13, 2022 at The Residence at Alive Hospice in Nashville.

Per her needs, her stays had been cremated and a non-public service was held.

Mrs. Lynda was born August 13, 1943 in Greenbrier to the late Matthew and Minnie Dimple Gragg Jackson. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Greenbrier. She was a cosmetologist and previous proprietor of Springfield Magnificence Faculty and Duff and Drake Magnificence Faculty. She was additionally at one time owned Nation Kitchen Restaurant in Greenbrier and final labored because the secretary for Searcy Actual Property. She was a member of the 1961 Class of Springfield Excessive Faculty. She liked to journey, watch horse racing, and spend time along with her household, particularly her grandchildren and nice grandchildren. Along with her dad and mom, she was preceded in loss of life by her sons, Lew and Billy Drake, and a sister, Vickie Riddle.

floral squareShe is survived by her husband, who she would have been married to 61 years on June seventeenth, Invoice Drake of Greenbrier; brother, Shawn Jackson of White Home; sister, Beverly Garrison of Gallatin daughter-in-law, Melissa Drake of Cottontown; grandchildren, Ashley (Chris) Walden and B.J. Drake; nice grandchildren, C.J. Walden, Katie Walden, and Leigha “LeeLee” Walden; and sisters-in-law, Patricia Drake Searcy and Sandra Stokes, each of Greenbrier.

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Robertson County Funeral Dwelling accountable for preparations. 2201 Memorial Blvd Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Nelson Randolph “Randy” Quick

Age 63 of Goodlettsville handed away Saturday, June 18, 2022 at The Residence of Alive Hospice. He was born July 17, 1958 in Nashville, TN to Nelson “Hayes” and Delois Jones Quick. Randy liked and served the White Home neighborhood for a few years. He served as Fireplace Chief for the Volunteer Fireplace Division, a deputy for the Robertson County Sheriff’s Division and served as an EMT for the Sumner County Ambulance Service. He started his profession in funeral service as an apprentice for Barber Funeral Dwelling. He labored for a few years at Cole & Garrett Funeral Dwelling and served as supervisor for Phillips Robinson Funeral Dwelling in Hendersonville. He retired as supervisor of Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling in White Home in 2019, after changing into disabled. He liked serving households and funeral service was his life. Randy loved thrift retailer buying and amassing antiques.

He’s preceded in loss of life by his father, Nelson “Hayes” Quick. He’s survived by his partner and finest buddy, Brian Shreeve, Goodlettsville, TN; mom, Delois Quick, Cottontown, TN; brothers, Andy (Donna) Quick, Cottontown, TN and Billy (Elisa) Quick, Clarksville, TN; sister, Tammy (Kenny) Allen, Portland, TN; a number of aunts; quite a few nieces and nephews.

floral squareFuneral service is scheduled for Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 2pm within the chapel of Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling in White Home, with Pastor Jay Voorhees officiating. Interment will observe in White Home Memorial Gardens with Trey Allen, Cody Allen, Micah Lashley and Nolen Lanius serving as pallbearers. Members of the Tennessee Funeral Administrators Affiliation will function honorary pallbearers. Visitation is deliberate for Tuesday, June 21, 2022 4-8PM and Wednesday, June 22, 2022 10AM-2PM on the funeral house.

Preparations entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling 533 Freeway 76 White Home, TN 37188

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Obituary for Modene Gibson

Willie “Modene” Gibson, age 92 of Ashland Metropolis, Tennessee, died Friday, June 17, 2022 at Centennial Medical Heart in Nashville.

There can be a non-public household burial in Blue Springs Cemetery. There can be no visitation previous to the burial.

Mrs. Gibson was born on July 26, 1929 in Ashland Metropolis, Tennessee to the late Allen & Lula Mai Binkley Mayo. She was a homemaker.

Along with her dad and mom, she is preceded in loss of life by her daughter, Kay Threet; grandson, Adam Binkley; and quite a few brothers & sisters.

floral squareSurvivors embrace her son, Jerry C. (Sherrie) Binkley; sister, Floy Perry; grandchildren, John Robert (Lisa) Taylor & Kristy Anne (Geoff) Rooney; 6 great-grandchildren; 8 great-great-grandchildren; and quite a few nieces, nephews and cousins.

In that case desired, memorial contributions could also be made to the Senior Heart at Ashland Metropolis, 104 Ruth Drive, Ashland Metropolis, Tennessee 37015.

Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling in Nice View is accountable for these preparations. 6316 Freeway 41A, Nice View, Tennessee 37146

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Obituary for Maurice Paschall Frey Jr

Maurice Paschall Frey Jr., age 91, of Springfield, previously of Goodlettsville, handed away Thursday, June 16, 2022 at his sons house in Springfield.

Funeral providers can be carried out at 2pm Monday, June 20, 2022 within the chapel of Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling, Greenbrier with Deacon Joann Morris officiating. Burial will observe within the Bellwood Cemetery in Adams with household and mates serving as pallbearers.

The household will obtain mates from 10am till the time of the service at 2pm on Monday on the funeral house.

Mr. Frey was born July 9, 1930 in Nashville, TN to the late Maurice Paschall and Annie Raney Frey Sr. He was a US Military veteran and had been a carpenter most of his life.

floral squareMr. Frey is survived by his son, Maurice “Paschall” (Renee) Frey III; 3 grandchildren, Amber Franklin, Annie Garrie and Maurice P “PJ” Frey IV; 7 nice grandchildren, Kailey, Teagan, Kaden, Ronin, Kensley, Remii and Aerie; brother, William (Billie) Frey; and a sister, Anita Settle.

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Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling in Greenbrier is accountable for these preparations. 2619 Freeway 41S, Greenbrier, TN 37073

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Obituary for Carl Wesley Brad Hester

Age 41 of Portland handed away Thursday, June 16, 2022 in Gallatin. He was born February 2, 1981 to Anthony Rex & Liane Mary Baldwin Hester in San Antonio, Texas.

He was employed as a sheet metallic employee for HSK in Gallatin. Carl liked spending time along with his son. He loved the outside, fishing, climbing and listening to heavy metallic music.

He’s preceded in loss of life by his paternal grandfather, Melvin Hester. He’s survived by his father, Tony Hester, Scottsville, KY; mom Liane Hester, North Liberty, IN; son, Ethan Anthony Hester, Portland, TN; brother, Justin (Shannon) Hester, Cottontown, TN; sister. Kristy Hester, North Liberty, IN; paternal grandmother, floral squareGaynell Hester, Mount Washington, KY; maternal grandparents; Malcolm & Jillian Baldwin, Machynleth, UK.

There aren’t any providers or visitation deliberate at the moment. A memorial service is being deliberate for a later date and this obituary can be up to date with that info.

Preparations entrusted to Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling 533 Freeway 76 White Home, TN 37188

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Obituary for John Marshall Kemper

John Marshall Kemper, age 64, of Springfield, TN handed away Sunday, June 12, 2022 at his residence.

Funeral providers had been carried out at 1pm Wednesday, June 15, 2022 within the chapel of Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling, Springfield with Bro. Randy Riggs officiating. Graveside providers had been carried out at 3pm Wednesday within the Mullins Household Cemetery on Roy Pearson Street.

The household obtained mates from 11:00am till the time of service at 1:00pm Wednesday on the funeral house.

Mr. Kemper was born Could 2, 1958 in Madison, TN to the late Earl Marshall and Lucy Walker Kemper.

Along with his dad and mom, Mr. Kemper was preceded in loss of life by a brother, Kenneth Paul Kemper Sr.

floral squareHe’s survived by his sons, Joseph Daniel (Airica) Kemper and Ethan Allen Kemper; step-son, Brandon Keith (Marisol) Jones; 5 grandchildren, Nathaniel Taylor, Religion Kemper, Joseph Sapp, Brandon Jones II and Belen Jones; ex-wife, Connie Kemper; brother, Howard Wayne Kemper; and sisters, Linda Smotherman and Beverly Knight.

Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling in Springfield is accountable for these preparations. 509 Walnut St. Springfield, TN 37172

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Obituary for Bobby Gentry, Sr.

Bobby Wayne Gentry, Sr., age 88 of Springfield, Tennessee, died Monday, June 6, 2022 at his house.

Funeral providers had been carried out at Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling in Nice View at 12:00PM on Friday, June tenth, with Bro. Robert Hand officiating. Burial adopted in EverRest of Cheatham with Charlie Mayes, Hunter Stuart, William Stuart, Bobby Ray Phillips, Steven Neel, and Bryson Wencel serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers had been Sam Childs, David Skidmore, Billy Chester, and the C & M Dept. of NES.

The household obtained mates on the funeral house on Thursday, June ninth from 4:00PM till 8:00PM and once more on Friday from 10:00AM till the hour of service at 12:00PM.

Mr. Gentry was born on January 26, 1934 in Vanleer, Tennessee to the late Walter Atlee & Stella Waynick Gentry. He was retired after 40 years from NES. He liked to work and particularly liked farming. He was a member of Martins Chapel United Methodist Church.

Along with his dad and mom, he’s preceded in loss of life by his first spouse, Glenda Olean Cobb.

Survivors embrace his spouse of twenty-two years, Phyllis Spencer Gentry; son, Bobby Wayne Gentry, Jr.; daughters, Joyce Laster and Teresa Phillips; stepsons, Allen (Lee Ann) Spencer and Darrell (Angel) Spencer; stepdaughter, Felissa (Duffy) Spencer Daugherty; brother, Lloyd Ray Gentry; sisters, Betty Ruth Wilson and Linda Sue Morgan; grandchildren, Jason Gentry, Lacie Gentry, Ashtynn floral squareBarrett, Michelle Lane, Shannon Gorrell, Cherrie Laster, Christie Fransos, Bobby Ray Phillips, Kim Wencel, and Brandy Phillips; 30 great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren; 8 step-grandchildren and 10 step-great-grandchildren; and beloved pets, Prissy & Huge Canine.

In that case desired, memorial contributions could also be made to the Nashville Humane Society, 213 Oceola Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37209

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Austin & Bell Funeral Dwelling in Nice View is accountable for these preparations. 6316 Freeway 41A, Nice View, Tennessee 37146

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