Ronnie “Runt” Dailey
Ronnie “Runt” Dailey, 61, of Celina passed away Nov. 3 at Cumberland River Hospital. Funeral services were held Nov. 7 from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home in Celina with Bro. David Threet officiating. Interment followed in Fellowship Cemetery.
Ronnie “Runt” Dailey was born on May 12, 1952 in the Swan Ridge Community of Clay County. He worked for the City of Celina in the Sanitation Department.
He was preceded in death by his parents James Wesley and Delpha (Johnson) Dailey.
Surviving relatives include wife Tammy R. Blakely Dailey; son Mark Allen Dailey; sisters Mildred Short and husband Shelby and Mary Ellis and Vertie Dailey; brother Carlos Wayne Dailey; half-sister Hallie Burchett; nephews Kelly Boles, William Short, Ronnie “Tojo” Short, Ricky Short, Kenny Dailey and Michael Wallace; nieces Shirley Jennings and Shelia Breedlove; and special friends Yogi and Linda Boles, David “Poonie” Pennington, and Bob and Brenda Poole.
Honorary pallbearers were Yogi Boles, Ronnie “Tojo” Short and Bobby “Stokes” Page.
Pallbearers were Kelly Boles, Mark Dailey, William Short, Kenny Dailey, Phillip Jennings and Michael Wallace.
Saw Mill Worker
Homer York, 60, of Moss passed away Nov. 7 at his residence. Funeral services were held Nov. 9 from the chapel of Upton Funeral Home with Jason Smith officiating. Interment followed in Moss Cemetery.
Homer York was born May 15, 1953 in Clay County. He was a sawmill worker at Anderson Forest Products and was affiliated with the Church of Christ.
He was preceded in death by parents Cortez and Ova Edith (Dodson) York; brother Eldon Carlton York; and sister Daffo May Adams.
Surviving relatives include daughters Felicia Meador, of Red Boiling Springs and Melanie Tirjan, of Lafayette; brothers Domer York, of Red Boiling Springs, Freeman York, of Moss, David York, of Moss and Rexel York and wife Linda, of Moss; sisters Dimple Westmoreland and husband Roy, of Moss, Dean Kendall and husband Amon, of Moss, Cola York, of Moss and Reba Smith and husband Wayne, of Moss; and friend Bryan Beck, of Moss.
Pallbearers were Bryan Beck, Brandon Davis, Paul Wayne White, Rick Turner, J.T. Coe, Billy Kendall and Alvin York.
Joseph Winton Williams Sr.
Joseph Winton Williams Sr., 79, passed away Nov. 4. Memorial services were held Nov. 10 at Donelson Church of Christ in Nashville with Russ King officiating.
Joseph Winton Williams Sr. was born April 15, 1934 in Clay County. He joined the United States Navy in 1952 and is a veteran of the Korean War. He earned his college degree from Belmont University while working at Ford Glass Plant in Nashville. He retired from Ford after 35 years of service.
He was preceded in death by parents Cordell Hull Williams and Velma Pigg Williams.
Surviving relatives include wife Addie Jo Burnette Williams; children Brenda Hooper and husband Jim, Beverly Baskin and husband Don, Cheryl Grenas and husband Xavier, Tammy Williams and Joe Williams and wife Sujittra; sister Barbara Hopper and husband Jim; nephew Curtis Hopper; niece Cindy House and husband Mike; sixteen grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Bobby Joe Massingille
Boat Repair Owner
Bobby Joe Massingille, 60, of Celina passed away Nov. 13 at Cumberland River Hospital. Funeral services were held Nov. 15 at Upton Funeral Home with Dale Reagan officiating. Interment followed in Fellowship Cemetery.
Bobby Joe Massingille was born Feb. 9, 1953 in Celina. He was owner of H & M Boat Repair, worked at Horse Creek Boat Dock and was a member of East 52 Fire Department. He was a member at West Lake Avenue Church of Christ.
He was preceded in death by parents Joe Baker and Rosie Nell (Stephens) Massingille; brother Larry Massingille; stepdaughter Pamela Davis; half sisters Mary Ruth Mays, Christine Williams and Ruby Brannon; and half brothers John Issac Massingille and Davis Massingille Jr.
Surviving relatives include wife Linda (Shoemake) Massingille, of Celina; daughter Marie Harding, of Alpine; brother Mitchell Massingille and wife Donna, of Celina; sisters Renita Allen, of Livingston and Velma Burton, of Somerset, Ky.; grandchildren Josh, Ashley and Brandi South; and several nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were members of East 52 Fire Department.
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