Terry Wayne Pryor
Terry Wayne Pryor, 50, of Lafayette passed away Jan. 7 at the Skyline Medical Center in Nashville. Graveside services and interment were held Jan. 9 from the Bethany Cemetery in Red Boiling Springs with Pastor Tony Sirton officiating.
Terry Wayne Pryor was born Feb. 27, 1962 in Davidson County. He was disabled but was previously employed by the City of Nashville.
He was preceded in death by his parents Vernon Odell and Ethel Burnett Pryor; brother Jason Pryor; and father-in-law Hershel Strong.
Surviving relatives include wife Debbie Strong Pryor; daughters Jessica Pryor of Dixon Springs, Melinda Law of Lafayette and Amanda Jackson of Carthage; sons Terry Wayne Pryor Jr. and wife Amber of Carthage, Wayne Allen Pryor of Pennsylvania and Jason Law of Henning; sisters Marie Roberts of Millersville and Glenda Caldwell and husband Wayne of Nashville; brothers Leslie Pryor and wife Greta of Nashville, Randy Pryor and wife Suwanna of Nashville and Vernon Anthony Pryor of Lafayette; 17 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were his family and friends.
Arrangements by Anderson and Son Funeral Home in Red Boiling Springs.
Mona Ray Birdwell
Mona Ray Birdwell, 76, of Lafayette and formerly of Clay County passed away Jan. 14 at the Westmoreland Care and Rehab in Westmoreland. Funeral services were held Jan. 17 from the chapel of the Anderson and Son Funeral Home in Red Boiling Springs with Dewayne Fox officiating. Interment followed in the Macon County Memorial Gardens.
Mona Ray Birdwell was born Sept. 22, 1936 in Clay County. She was a garment factory worker.
She was preceded in death by her parents Earl and Iva Mercer Ray; son Scotty Hawkins; and son-in-law Noel Square Copas.
Surviving relatives include her devoted companion Harold Howser of Lafayette; daughters Janice Copas of Hermitage Springs Community and June Pace and husband Bobby of Ahoskie, NC; son Dale Hawkins of Hermitage Springs Community; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were her family and friends.
Holly Ann Smith Scott
Holly Ann Smith Scott, 49, of Moss passed Jan. 16 after a courageous battle against cancer. Memorial services will be held Jan. 26 from the Celina United Methodist Church.
Holly Ann Smith Scott was born Sept. 21, 1963 in Cincinnati, OH. She later relocated to Tennessee with her family. She was an incredible person who, as an L.P.N. for over 22 years, strived to provide comfort and do all she could to ease the burdens of everyone she cared for. She loved her family, she loved her calling and she loved her life.
She was preceded in death by her parents Robert (Bob) Smith and Roillie (Alstott) Smith.
Surviving relatives include her partner and special friend Jimmy Neal Baxter; daughter Jessica R. Scott of Cave City, KY; son John R. McLearran of Rickman; grandson Zayne McLearran; step-granddaughters Paige Ferrell and Lorna Ferrell; brothers and sisters William (Bill) Smith of Moss, Robin Sassenberg of Dayton, OH, Michelle Jackson of Celina, Patricia Lyle of Moss and Robert Smith Jr. of Celina; extended family members and numerous friends from all corners of the earth.
Hall Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Terry Crowder, 56, of Celina passed away Jan. 10 at the Livingston Regional Hospital. Memorial services were held Jan. 13 from the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home with family and friends officiating the service.
Terry Crowder was born Sept. 5, 1956. He owned a small business in Celina for many years.
He was preceded in death by his father Johnny Crowder.
Surviving relatives include his mother Wanda Faye (Kendall) Crowder; daughter Paige Crowder and Brandon Collins of Cookeville; son Trae Crowder and wife Katie of Knoxville; brother Timothy Crowder of Celina; mother of his children Paula Crowder; and two grandchildren Bishop and Benton Crowder.
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