Fay Parsley, 99, of Red Boiling Springs. passed away Dec. 27 at Knollwood Manor in Lafayette. Funeral services were held Dec. 30 from Anderson & Son Funeral Home Chapel in Red Boiling Springs with Bro. Larry D. Meadors Jr. officiating. Interment followed in Ebenezer Cemetery in Tompkinsville, Ky. Fay Parsley was born April 18, 1914 in Taylor County, Ky. She was a homemaker and a member of New Life First Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents McClellen and Elizza Ann Calahan Mings; daughters Louise Hartman, Ruby Wilson and Christina Moon; sons Ronald and Donald Parsley; sister Arlie Mings; brothers Joe and Jesse Mings; half-sisters Veda and Lore Mings; and half-brother Arthur Mings. Surviving relatives include daughters and sons-in-law Mary Lucille Scruggs and husband Mert, of Lafayette, Pat White and husband Doug, of Lafayette, Vickie Cherry and husband Dale, of Lafayette, Dorothy Phillips and husband Benson, of Red Boiling Springs, Pamela Bean and husband Olin, of Red Boiling Springs, and Janice Cain, of Decatur, Ill.; sons and daughters-in-law James Parsley and wife Bertha, of Sullivan, Ill., Joe Parsley and wife Rita, of Town Creek, Ala., Tim Parsley and wife Marilyn, of Mattoon, Ill.; 44 grandchildren and 15 step-grandchildren. Pallbearers were her grandsons.
George Emerton, 86, of Celina passed away Dec. 28 at Cumberland River Hospital. Funeral services were held Dec. 30 from the Chapel of Hall Funeral Home. Interment followed in Turkeytown Cemetery. George Emerton was born Feb. 1, 1927 in Clay County. He was a farmer. He was preceded in death by his parents Joe and Linnie (Goolsby) Emerton; sisters Rose Copeland, Elsa Hampton and Thelma Jo Emerton; brothers Glin Emerton, Ray Emerton, Howard Emerton and Charles Emerton, Sr.; and nephews Michael Emerton, Richard Emerton, William Copeland and Bobby Copeland. Surviving relatives include brother Fred Emerton and wife Mary, of Celina; sister Lucy Copeland and husband Homer, of Celina; sister-in-law June Emerton; special friend Brenda Boles; and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.
Wayne Holland, 58, of Red Boiling Springs passed away Dec. 28 at his residence. Masonic rites were held Dec. 30 from Anderson & Son Funeral Home Chapel in Red Boiling Springs by the Red Boiling Springs Masonic Lodge #585 F&AM. Funeral services were held Dec. 31 from Anderson & Son Funeral Home Chapel in Red Boiling Springs with Elder Dean Dyer and Elder Michael Robertson officiating. Interment followed in Smith Chapel Cemetery with military honors. Wayne Holland was born July 29, 1955 in Macon County. He attended Vol. State and TSU where he received his nursing degree. He was a former ER nurse and paramedic at Hendersonville Medical Center with 12 years of service. He was a member of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church and Red Boiling Springs Masonic Lodge #585 F&AM. Wayne served as a former Red Boiling Springs councilman and a former Macon County school board member. He also was a United States Army Veteran where he proudly served his country receiving an expert rifle, hand grenade and a good conduct medal. He was preceded in death by his father James Bethel Holland; and his only son Jamey Holland. Surviving relatives include his wife Lisa (Hall) Holland; mother Faye Hix Holland; daughter and son-in-law Leslie Goad and husband Jed; brother and sister-in-law Larry Holland and wife Shirley; father-in-law and mother-in-law Fay and Ann Jenkins Hall; granddaughters BriAnna Holland, McKenzie Holland and Emma Goad; grandson Easton Goad; nephew Michael Holland and wife Anita; brothers-in-law Randy Hall and wife Debbie, Kimball Hall and wife Tina, and Allan Hall all of Red Boiling Springs; and devoted aunt Fran Belt of Hendersonville. Honorary pallbearers were Randy Hall, Kimball Hall, Alan Hall and Josh Copas. Active pallbearers were Michael Holland, Tim Crague, Gary Davis, Jerry Hix, Shelby Clark, Jeff Sutton, Kenny Crague and Robbie Lloyd.
Bennie Lovell Scott
Bennie Lovell Scott, 84, of Celina passed away Dec. 18 at Cumberland River Hospital. Graveside services were held on Dec. 20 from Moss Cemetery. Bennie Lovell Scott was born May 8, 1929 in Celina. He was a farmer. He was preceded in death by his parents Jewell and Docia (Walker) Scott; sisters Rosey Lee McLerran, Elva Scott, Belva Reecer, Mamie D. Scott; and brothers Tony B. Scott, Chester Scott and Cordell Scott. Surviving relatives include his niece Linda Langley, of Atlanta, Ind. Hall Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Frankie Hooten, 59, of the North Springs Community in Jackson County passed away Jan. 1 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. Funeral services were held Jan. 4 from Anderson and Son Funeral Home Chapel in Red Boiling Springs with O’Neal Huffines officiating. Interment followed in the Dodson Branch Cemetery Cookeville. Frankie Hooten was born Oct. 16, 1954 in Jackson County. He was a logger and member of Beech Grove Church of Christ. He was preceded in death by his parents Norman Doyle (Cotton) and Ellie Lou Mea Hooten; sister Patty Jean Hooten; and brother Joe E. Hooten. Surviving relatives include daughter and son-in-law Sue Ann Stafford and husband Roy Lee, of North Springs Community; sister Patricia Lane, of Cookeville; brother Jimmy Hooten, of Haydenburg Community; granddaughters Summer Stafford and Leeann Stafford; great-granddaughter Autumn Hix, all of North Springs Community; and a host of nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were his family and friends.
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