Retired Truck Driver
Wendell Bean, 71, of the Russell Hill Community in Macon County passed away Aug. 17 at Baptist Hospital in Nashville. Masonic rites were held Aug. 19 from Anderson & Son Funeral Home Chapel in Red Boiling Springs conducted by the Red Boiling Springs Masonic Lodge #585 F & AM. Funeral services were held Aug. 20 from Anderson & Son Funeral Home in Red Boiling Springs with E.C. Meadows and Jimmy Cook officiating. Interment followed in the Anderson & Son Memorial Park.
Wendell Bean was born Nov. 6, 1941 in Clay County. He was a retired truck driver with Amerigas in Red Boiling Springs with 29 years of service and a member of the Red Boiling Springs Masonic Lodge #585 F & AM where he served twice as the Past Master, 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Mason and a Shriner. He loved to deer hunt and he was a devoted fan of the Macon County High Tigerette Basketball.
He was preceded in death by his parents James William and Loma Irene Davis; and sister Linda June Bean.
Surviving relatives include wife Dorothy Duke Bean of the Russell Hill Community of Macon County; son and daughter-in-law Tracy Bean and wife Teresa of the Russell Hill Community; granddaughter Katelyn Bean of the Russell Hill Community; grandson Jessie Bean and wife Karla of the Leonard Community; great-grandson Braxten Bean of the Leonard Community; sister and brother-in-law Brenda Williams and husband David of the Leonard Community; brother and sister-in-law Jimmy Bean and wife Nancy of Lebanon; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Honorary pallbearers were the members of the Red Boiling Springs Masonic Lodge #585 F & AM.
Active pallbearers were Harry Hudson, Roy Browning, Charles Green, Roger Langford, Randy Carter, Clarence Ferguson, Larry Hudson and Gary Hudson.
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