Pamela “Pammy” Sue Greathouse
Pamela Sue Greathouse passed away April 28 at her home in Celina. Funeral services were held May 2 from the Celina chapel of Hall Funeral Home.
She was a life long resident of Barberton, Ohio. She loved her work at Ohio Wholesale. She traveled, and set up shows. She loved her children and grand babies. She had six grandchildren, one great grand child and a host of nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Bob Greathouse; daughter, Jennifer Greathouse; father, Richard LaCook; mother, Wilma LaCook; grandparents; Agnes Hodgkinson, Henry Hodgkinson and Henrietta Hodgkinson, and niece, Linda Sue Elrod.
She is survived by her sister, Reba Elrod; brothers, Michael Hodgkinson, Johnny LaCook, and Allen LaCook; daughter, April Greathouse; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Preston Scott, Dereck Riggs, Ronnie Hartell, John Henery Elrod, Jamie Dunn and Bill Donaldson.
Mary Deane Swann
Mary Deane Swann, 93 of Paducah, Ky., passed away April 29 from The Lakes of Paducah. A private graveside service was held May 2 at the Fitzgerald Cemetery in Celina. Bro. Gary Ledbetter officiated. Hall Funeral Home of Celina was in charge of the local arrangements. A memorial service was held May 1 at The Lakes of Paducah. Dr. Charles Moore officiated.
She was born in Shelby County on Dec. 21, 1924. She was raised and graduated high school in Ripley before moving to Celina for work. She ran the lake office of Roof-Swann Realtors for several years before opening her own real estate business, Deane Swann Realty. She was a member of the Marshall County Board of Realtors and Calvert City Church of Christ. She was an avid reader, enjoyed being on and around the lake and making friends.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Tom Frank Fowler and Lois Gray Fowler; husband, James H. Swann; and brothers, Thomas Frank “Bud” Fowler and Harold Vester Fowler.
She is survived by her son, Dwight (Sandy) Swann of Lone Oak; granddaughter, Dana A. (Butch) Marshal of Lone Oak; brother, Robert E. Fowler of Gleason and numerous nieces and nephews.
James E. Smith
James E. Smith, 75 of Monroe, passed away May 4 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Funeral services were held May 7 from the Livingston Chapel of Hall Funeral Home. Bro. Bennie Sells and Bro. Rick Cross officiated. A graveside service with military honors followed.
He was born in Monroe on March 2, 1943. He worked as a mechanic and was a member of the American Legion for many years.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Earnest and Agnes (Mullins) Smith; brothers, Charles Smith, Clifford Smith, Howard Smith and Turlie Smith; and sister, Magdalene Choate.
He is survived by his wife, Helen Smith of Monroe; daughters, Nancy and Connie Smith of Monroe; sisters, Sally Murphy of Cookeville and Helen Norrod of Monroe; and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.
Pallbearers were James Sells, Jamie Sells, Joseph Sells, Doyle Sells, Steven Sells, Randall Sells, Scott Sells and Randy Smith. Honorary Pallbearers were Ralph Sells, Art Smith, Danny Hull and Joe Conner.
Waymon L. Clouse
Air and Hydraulics
Waymon L. Clouse, 80 of Cookeville, passed away May 2 at his residence. Funeral services were held May 5 from the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home of Livingston. Interment followed in the Zion Hill Cemetery in Rickman. Bro. James Roberson and Bro. Cameron Wilson officiated.
He was born in Sparta on Dec. 22, 1937. He was a member of the Cookeville First Church of God in Cookeville and worked in the air and hydraulics industry.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Alanzo and Fannie (Farley) Clouse; brothers:,Fred and Ed Clouse; sisters:,Pearl Finley, Velma Raby, Jewel Keller and Bertha Whitfield; and great-grandchild, Taylor Iceman.
He is survived by wife, Reba Clouse; son:,Steve Clouse; grandchildren, Crystal Kipp, Dusty Clouse, Michelle Clouse and Kaitie Clouse; great-grandchildren, Taizlyn Kipp, Madison Lewis, Emma Lewis and Aiden Black; brothers, Basil and Roy Clouse: and sister, Marie Smith.
Pallbearers were Tim Right, Jeremy Haney, Dale Billingsley, Jeff Monday, Greg Whited and Donald Phillips. Honorary Pallbearers were Shawn Winningham and Rick Clouse.
Elise Ramsey Cantrell
Elise Ramsey Cantrell, 79 of Livingston, passed away May 5 at the Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held May 9 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Falling Springs Cemetery.
She was born in Overton County on May 7, 1938. She enjoyed tending her garden, taking road trips and spending time with her family.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Radford Ramsey and Mary Walker; husband ,Ray William Cantrell, Sr.; daughter, Mary Kay Cantrell; brothers, B. Ramsey and Junior Ramsey; and sisters, Della Boswell and Cella Swack.
She is survived by her sons, Charles Cantrell of Livingston, Ray Cantrell, Jr. of Livingston, Christopher Cantrell and wife Rachael of Livingston; daughter, Glenda Chase and husband, Steve of Melbourne, Fla.; grandsons, Jason Chase and wife, Currie, Jeremy Chase and wife, Sarah, Jeffrey Chase and wife, Patricia and Brandon Chase; great grandchildren, Kaylie Chase, Steven Chase, Hunter Chase, Parker Chase, Carter Chase, Logan Chase and Leah Chase; great great granddaughter, Ryleigh Elise Bowen; sisters, Stella Young, Alice Cole, Marie Greenwood, Diane Ramsey and Rillie Hill; brothers, Ray Ramsey and J. C. Ramsey.
Joyce Helen Coffman
Joyce Helen Hammock Coffman, 79 of Livingston, passed away May 5 at the Tennova Health Care Center in Lebanon. Funeral services were held May 8 from the chapel of the Livingston Funeral Home. Pastor Josh Coffman officiated. Interment followed in the Okolona Cemetery.
She was born in Overton County on May 17, 1938. She was a member of the Monroe Christian Church. She loved her family and spending time with them. She loved family reunions, watching “Gone with the Wind” and dancing.
She is preceded in death by her parents, William and Martha Jane Neal Hammock; husband, J.C. Coffman; brothers, Dee and Ray Hammock; half brothers, Herthel Hammock and Curt Hammock; sisters, Eva Wilson and Coleen Wilson; and half sisters, Ruth Stewart, Bertie Presley, Georgia Stewart and Pluma Presley.
She is survived by her daughters, Kathy Coffman of Livingston, Jan Leslie of Monroe, Karen Coffman of Livingston, Vickie Winstead and husband, Steve of Rickman and Tammie Coffman Ford of Livingston; son, Jay Coffman and wife, Jeannie of Rickman; grandchildren, Hayley Matthews, Jennifer Jacobs, Marvin Leslie, Amy Kennedy, Megan Ledbetter, Rachael Ramsey, Jacob Allred, Sarah Sullivan, Josh Coffman, Brandon Lawson, Morgan Ford, Kadee Hogue and Chelsie Phillips; 13 great grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren; brothers, Clyde Hammock and wife, Evelyn, of Austin, Texas and Roy Hammock and wife, Carol of Allons; and sister, Vonda Cooper and husband George of Glascow, Ky.
Pallbearers were Phillip Wilson, Marvin Leslie, Jacob Allred, Danny White, Jack Poindexter and Brandon Lawson. Honorary Pallbearers were Mike Boswell, Logan Ramsey, Johnathan Sullivan and Jared Hogue.
Gladys Gore Madewell
Gladys Gore Madewell, 98 of Miami Township, passed away May 2 at Laurelwood Senior Living. Graveside servies will be held May 9 from the Good Hope Cemetery in Livingston. Bro. Doug Surber and Phill Norris will be officiating. Speck Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.
She was born in Livingston on Nov. 20, 1919. She was a 1939 graduate of Livingston Academy. She worked as a bookkeeper for AAA Automotive Club and had the opportunity to serve in the same capacity at the Pentagon for the Department of the Marine Corps during WWII. She was a member of the Belmont Chapter of the Eastern Star. She was also an active member of the Miami Shores Baptist Church, Moraine for 55 years. She was a devoted Sunday School teacher and volunteered for numerous other church programs.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Tilden and Serena Gore; husband, Walter R. Madewell; and five siblings.
She is survived by her children Jo (Denis) Schulte, Gary (Joyce) Madewell and Paula (Albert) Morrie; grandchildren, Dawnette (Dan) Hall, April Shiery, Van (Shelly) Laycox, Katie Schulte, Megan Schulte, Steven (Rhonda) Morrie, Melanie (Jeff) Kramer, Scott (Misty) Madewell and Kristin (Dusty) Fields; great grandchildren, Chad, Andrew, Bodhi, Cole, Saige, Katie, Hannah, Jacob, Bayley, Jackson, Savannah, Lilliana and Cooper; and an amazing caregiver, Patty.