Kimble Howard Maynord
Kimble Howard Maynord, 80, passed away May 8, after and extended illness. Born July 16, 1938, in Allons, Mr. Maynord was the son of the late Vess and Johanna Maynord. He was a 1956 graduate of Livingston Academy. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Tennessee Tech University in 1961. A Celebration of Life service was held at First Baptist Church in Columbia.
He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings Doy Maynord, Don Maynord, Arta Williamson, Dean Billings, Betty Puryea and Margie Arney.
A devoted family man, Mr. Maynord is survived by his wife of 43 years, Patsy Holt Maynord; sons Dr. Neal (Mary Elizabeth) Maynord of Nashville and Marion (Ashleigh) Maynord of Spring Hill; six grandchildren, Drew, Evan, Kathryn, Sam, Chase and Charlotte Maynord; brother Kedith Maynord of Hohenwald; sister-in-law Hestor Maynord; and several nieces and nephews.
Mary Jane “Janie” (Sasha) Mabe
Mary Jane “Janie” (Sasha) Mabe, 73, of Cookeville, passed away May 11, at the Cookeville Regional Medical Center. A celebration of her life will be held on Thursday, May 23, at 6 p.m. at the Unity Church of the Cumberlands located on 10th street in Cookeville. Officiating will be Teri Endres. Cremation was chosen.
She was born in Detroit, Mich. on Nov. 25, 1945. She was well known for her crafts, sewing, cake decorations, making her own cards, writing books and poems using the name Sasha Mabe. She was also a member of the Unity Church of the Cumberlands.
She was preceded in death by parents, Stanley and Marie (Syroid) Stafford; brother, Fred Stafford; father and mother in-law, Alvin and Mary Ethel Mabe; brothers in-law, John Mabe, Jerry Mabe and Billy Mabe; brother and sisters in-law, Reed and Joyce (Mabe) Kirkland and Arlow and Anna Ruth (Mabe) Gentry.
She is survived by; husband, Homer Mabe; daughter, Kathy Mabe; son, Keith Mabe and wife Carmen; granddaughter, Summer Hagner; brother and sisters in-law; Alvin Jr. and Betty Mabe, Gene and Carolyn Mabe, Donald and Wilma Mabe and Gary and Brenda Mabe.