Obits 4/17/18

Joan Belle Morgan Allen

Joan Belle Morgan Allen, 75, of Livingston passed away peacefully from this life on April 7 from the Overton County Health and Rehab, surrounded by family and friends. Celebration of Life services were held April 14 from the Grace Baptist Church in Alpine. Bro. John Copeland officiated.

She was born in Cleveland, Ohio on July 16, 1942. She moved to Tennessee at an early age and has been a resident of Livingston for 25 years. She enjoyed fishing, gardening, shopping and spending time with family. While a resident at Overton County Health and Rehab, she was active in many activities.

She is preceded in death by sons, David and Joseph Bohorhoush and Tommy Parrish; brothers, Buddy, Tommy and Jack Morgan and sister, Doris Dickey.

She is survived by husband, Robert “Bob” Allen of Livingston; daughters, Lisa Bell and Angela Breeding of Livingston and Helen Vaughn and husband James of Sparta; brother Robert “ Bill” Morgan of Granville, sisters, Pat Bierman of Lavergne and Carlene Tummins of Dickson; as well as many grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Sandra Raye Young

School Teacher

Sandra Raye Roberts Young, 67 of Monroe, passed away April 8 from the Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held April 12 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home.

Interment followed at the Beaty Cemetery.

She was born in Pickett County, May 31, 1950. She received her Bachelor Science Degree from Tennessee Tech in 1971. She was a member of Love Lady Christian Church. She taught school for 37 years. She was known for her cooking and raising the best garden around. She also loved sewing baby blankets for her family and friends.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Stanley Ray and Dosha Mae Jolley Roberts.
She is survived by her loving husband of 47 years, Mr. Jimmy Young of Monroe; daughter, Jennifer Coffey and husband Clyde of Monroe; son, Phillip Young and wife Brooke of Livingston; grandchildren, Barrett and Cason Young and Haleigh Coffey; sisters, Linda Hall and husband Danny of Crossville and Wanell Harmon and husband Bill of Byrdstown.

Olga Rich

Olga Rich, 78, of the Copeland Cove Community, passed away April 12 from the Overton County Health and Rehab Center. Funeral services were held April 14 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Bro. Eric Vickers officiated. Interment followed in the Overton County Memorial Garden.

She was born in Acuna, Mexico, May 23, 1939, and was a member of the Praise Cathedral in Cookeville. She enjoyed dancing, helping others and studying her Bible.

She is preceded in death by parents, Manuel and Lydia Cantu; husband, Benton Lee Hammock; daughter, Brenda Lee Newberry Crawford; son, Scott Hammock; brothers, Rudolfo Cantu and Manuel Cantu, Jr. of Acuna Mexico.

She is survived by husband, Frankie Rich of the Copeland Cove Community; grandchildren, Matthew Crawford and wife Tanya of Livingston, Josh Crawford and fiancé Emily Logan of Livingston, Christopher Rich of Cookeville and Melanie Maris; great grandchildren, Katie Crawford Hall and husband Dalton of Livingston, Addison Rich of Cookeville; great-great granddaughter, Oakley Hall of Livingston; son-in-law, Jeff Crawford of Livingston; brothers, Raul Arturro Cantu of Ft. Worth, Texas, Jorge Cantu of San Antonio, Texas and Alfredo Cantu of Acuna, Mexico; special nephew, Alfredo Escobar of San Antonio, Texas; sisters, Olivia Cantu of San Angelo, Texas, Yolanda Cantu of Acuna, Mexico, Rosemary Cantu of Del Rio, Texas, Martha Cantu of Del Rio, Texas and Sylvia Aracely Cantu of San Angelo, Texas; and many loved nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Matthew Crawford, Josh Crawford, Jeff Crawford, Christopher Rich, Daniel Cantu and Arturro Lopez.

Card of Thanks

The Family of Johnny Bilbrey would like to Thank everyone for all the Prayers, Visits, Phone calls and kind words shown to us during this sudden difficult time. We also want to Thank everyone who sent food and flowers; And any kindness you may have extended toward our family during our loss… A special Thank you to all the Pall-Bearers; and to Hall Funeral Home for their Services.

Brother and sister


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