Obits 12/18/18

Pauline Young Buck

Pauline Young Buck, 89 of Monroe, passed away on Dec. 9 at the Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held on Dec. 13 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home in Livingston. Bro. Ricky Cross and Bro. Randy Tompkins officiated. Interment followed in Beaty Cemetery.

She was born in Overton County on July 26, 1929. She loved being with her family, especially her children and grandchildren. Some of her fondest moments were cooking for her family on Sundays and tending to her flower garden. She was a member at Midway Christian Church.

She was preceded in death by parents, Willie and Annie Winningham Johnson; husbands, Orbit Young and McKinley Buck; brothers, Roy Lee Johnson and Billy Dee Johnson; half brother, Scooter Bill Johnson; sisters, Magdalene Meadows and Olene Clark; and half sister, Judy Johnson.

She is survived by sons, Henderson Young and wife, Patricia of Cookeville, Gary Young and wife, Linda of Monroe and Jeff Young and wife, Melissa of Byrdstown; daughter, Mary Anna Garrett of Livingston; sister, Kathleen Johnson of Abingdon, Md.; special friend, Gail Young of Monroe; 11 grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; one great great grandchild; sister-in-law, Shelby Johnson of Algood; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Pallbearers were Dewayne Looper, Chad Young, Blake Young, Brent Garrett, Chase Young and Trent Young. Honorary pallbearers were Bradley Valentine, Caleb Young, Nolan Clark, Teddy Clark, Ronnie Meadows, Bobby Meadows, Larry Johnson and Roger Johnson.

 

Jewell Dean (Carr) Bean

Factory Supervisor

Jewell Dean (Carr) Bean, 80 of Cookeville, passed away on Dec. 3 at the Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held on Dec. 6 from the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home of Livingston. Bro. Aron Dillon and Bro. Marty Carr officiated. Interment followed in the Carter-Bilbrey Cemetery.

She was born in Livingston on May 25, 1938. She was a supervisor at a factory.

She was preceded in death by parents, Lester Staggs and Gladys Ledbetter Staggs; son, Ricky Carr; sisters, Lorene Carmack and Earline Wilson; and brother, Edgar Pryor Jr.

She is survived by daughter, Lisa Carr; sisters, Georgia Irene Gibson, Opal Holsapple and Evelyn Garrett; brothers, Alvin Pryor and Larry Pryor; granddaughters, Kelly Carr and Kim Savage; great granddaughters, Adalynn McGough, Lyla Bowman and Josslynn McGough; and great grandson, Jace Savage

Pallbearers were Justin Savage, Larry Pryor, Randall Carr, Dan Elsberry and Garry Hall.Honorary Pallbearers were Seth Daniels, Andy Williams and Bobby Zimmerman.

 

Clyde Woodroe “Woody” Beechboard

Clyde Woodroe “Woody” Beechboard, 82 of Hilham and formerly of Cookeville, passed away on Dec. 9 at his residence. Funeral services were held on Dec. 12 from the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home of Livingston. Bro. Mike Adams officiated. Interment followed in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Putnam County.

He was born in Clay County on Feb. 13, 1936. He attended Mount Pleasant Church in Putnam County. He will be missed by his family, grandchildren and all who knew him.

He was preceded in death by parents, Herman and Erma Sarah (Lynn) Beechboard; grandparents, Harve and Lidia Lynn and Sam and Alvie Beechboard; brother, Leo Beechboard; sisters, Virginia Killmon, Lorene Beechboard and Janita Beechboard.

He is survived by wife, Doris Beechboard of Cookeville; sons, Wayne Beechboard of Hilham and Bobby Beechboard and wife, Cathy of Cookeville; daughter, Marla Beechboard of Livingston; step daughters, Kim Thompson and Beverly Gentry both of Cookeville; sisters, Ruby Gore of Allons, Georgia Gray and husband, Grady of Allons and Betty Thompson and husband, Andy of Dickson; brothers, Junior Beechboard of Allons, Kenneth Beechboard and wife, Carol of Allons, Tommy Beechboard and wife, Debbie of Allons and Bill Beechboard and wife, Diane of Hilham; mother of his children, Floy Beechboard; grandchildren, Chad Beechboard, Andy Beechboard, Brian Beechboard, Brent Beechboard, Alicia Tyson and Eric Beechboard; nine great grandchildren; and a host of family and friends.

Pallbearers were Bill Beechboard, Andy Beechboard, Brian Beechboard, Brent Beechboard, Eric Beechboard and Anson Burnell.

 

Johnny Bruce Roberson

Johnny Bruce Roberson, 63 of Algood, passed away on Dec. 11. Funeral services were held on Dec. 14 at the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Interment followed in Algood Cemetery.

 

Nickey Van Norrod

Nickey Van Norrod, 57 of Livingston, passed away on Dec. 11 at his home. Funeral services were held on Dec. 13 from the chapel of Goff Funeral Home. Bro. Billy Joe Gore officiated. Interment followed in the F.A. Norrod Cemetery.

He was born in Monterey on April 15, 1961. He enjoyed sports, fishing and hunting with his Daddy. When he was a young boy, he loved digging ginseng with his Grandpa Stout. He graduated from Tennessee Technological University in 1988 with a B.S. in Safety Education and Service, and he received his Masters of Science Degree at the University of Tennessee in 1994. He was Baptist in faith.

He was preceded in death by grandparents, Elbert and Effie Norrod and Foch and Zeola Stout; uncles and aunts, Naomie Norrod, Ralph Norrod, Bill And Anne Barker and Roger and Della Jean Norrod.

He is survived by his parents, Richard And Edith Stout Norrod of Livingston; sister and brother-in-law, Lisa Jane and Billy Joe Gore of Livingston; niece, Molly Gore of Livingston; aunts and uncles, Ray and Willene Norrod of Crawford, Doug and Alice Reed of Crawford, Paul and Joyce Hite of Crawford, R.D. and Margaret Stout of Livingston; and a host of cousins and friends.

Pallbearers were Darren Stout, Wesley Stout, Bo Reed, Tommy Simcox, Bobby Gore and Noah Gore.

 

Brenda Kay Brown

Brenda Kay Brown, 67 of Rickman, passed away on Nov. 30 at Signature Health Care. Funeral services were held on Dec. 2 from the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home of Livingston. Bro. Ron Allen officiated. Interment followed in the Zion Hill Cemetery.

She was born in Livingston on June 25, 1951. She loved her family and friends very much, and she will be greatly missed.

She was preceded in death by parents, Vestel E. and Anna Nadine (Hooks) Nelson; granddaughter, Sierra Brown; and step grandson, Josh Brown.

She is survived by husband, Richard Brown; daughter, Tonya K. Harvey; son, Russell Long; stepson, Kevin Brown; grandson, Jordan Murphy; granddaughters, Gracie Harvey and Rheachel Long.

 

Kemith E. Nelson

U.S. Veteran

Kemith E. Nelson, 77 Cookeville, passed away on Dec. 9 at the Cookeville Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held on Dec. 12 from the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home of Livingston. Interment followed in the Highland Cemetery. Bro. Joe Duke officiated. There were military honors by the James T. Davis VFW Post 5062.

He was born in Rickman on Oct. 31, 1941. He was of the Baptist faith. He served in the Air Force.

He was preceded in death by parents, Herman and Winnie (Johnson) Nelson.

He is survived by wife, Delta Faye Nelson; daughters, Angela Webb, Charol Nelson and Charon Nelson; sons, Brian Webb, Kemith and wife, Laura Nelson; sister, Joan Rawley; daughter-in-law, Cindy Woody; seven grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.

 

Connie F. Likens

Connie F. Likens, 56 of Livingston, passed away on Dec. 1 at Bethesda Health Care Center. Funeral services were held on Dec. 4 at the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home. Bro. John Copeland officiated. Interment followed in the Green Hill Cemetery.

She was born in Livingston on June 11, 1962.

She was preceded in death by father; Earl Glenn Cantrell; and uncle, Jimmy Norris.

She is survived by mother, Rassie Norris Cantrell; brother, David Glen Cantrell; nieces, Courtney Cantrell and Megan Wilson; aunts, Janie Faye Beaty and Mary Rose Norris; uncle, Robert Norris; several cousins; and a host of family and friends.

Pallbearers were Phillip Wilson, Toby Norris, Scott Allred, Frankie Talley, Brandon Smith and Coy Padgett.

 

Ruby Dean Smith

Ruby Dean Smith, 78 of Livingston, passed away on Dec. 12 from Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Funeral services were held on Dec. 15 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home in Livingston. Bro. Marlon Winningham officiated. Interment followed in the Fellowship Cemetery.

She was born in Overton County on June 4, 1940. She enjoyed sewing, cooking and fishing. Her favorite type of music included country artists such as George Jones, Marty Stuart and Dailey and Vincent.

She was preceded in death by parents, Wesley Banks and Stella Lee Taylor; husband, J. B. Smith; daughter, Shelia Smith; and sisters May Harvey, Pearl Taylor, Murl Conner, Erma Reagan and Corine Kennedy.

She is survived by son, Terry Smith and wife, Micki of Livingston; daughter, Patricia McCandles and husband, James of Baxter; grandchildren, Michael Smith of Rickman and Meghan Smith of Livingston; great grandchild, Bronson Smith of Rickman; brother, Raymond Taylor and wife, Elise of Livingston; and sister Margaret Leora Reagan of Anderson, Ind.

 

In Memory Of Audie Elease Bilbrey Dishman

Sept. 25-33 – Dec. 27

“Mom”

I’m sending a dove to Heaven

With a parcel on its wings.

Be careful when YOU open it.

Its full of beautiful things.

Inside are a million kisses,

Wrapped up in a million hugs,

To say how much I miss YOU

And to send YOU all my love.

I hold You close within my heart,

And there YOU will remain

To walk with me throughout my life

Until we meet again!!!

I LOVE AND MISS YOU SO MUCH, MOM!!!

Your youngest

daughter,

Patsy Ann

 

Card Of Thanks

Thank you for the kind words, gifts and prayers from Landon Staggs Family. God bless you.

 

In Memory Of Margie And Freeman Arney

Dear Mom and Dad,

I just wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas. I miss both of you very much. Again, I think about you all the time. I miss your love, support and your instruction. It is just very different without you. I am just about finished with school. It is just kind of difficult to work and go to school. However, you guys were so correct about the value of education, especially in today’s environment. I will never forget you, and I appreciate everything you have every done for me. I miss you.

Love

Diane Arney

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