Obituaries 5/5/20

Rhonda Carrie

Flowers

Rhonda Carrie Shadoan Flowers, 69, of Livingston passed away April 26 from the Centennial Medical Center in Nashville. Private services were held on April 27.

She was born in Dayton, Ohio on Aug. 15, 1950.

She was preceded in death by father, Thomas Shadoan.

She is survived by husband, Donald Flowers of Livingston; sons, Kristopher Flowers and wife Samantha of Livingston and Adam Flowers of Livingston; granddaughters, Karlee and Zoey Flowers; mother, Carleen Shadoan of Dayton, Ohio; brother, Tommy Shadoan of Dayton, Ohio; sister; Belinda Dakin of Waynesville, Ohio; several nieces, nephews and friends.

Speck Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Hazel Christeen

Harris

Hazel Christeen Harris, 88, of the Rickman Community passed away April 28 from her residence. Private graveside services for the family were held May 1 at the Dodson Chapel Cemetery in the Rickman Community. Bro. Tommy Harris officiated.

She was born in Livingston on Feb. 23, 1932. She was a member of the Zion Hill Methodist Church. She was a loving wife and mother and she loved her family very much.

She was preceded in death by parents, Christopher Columbus and Mandy (Cox) Nelson; brothers, Cecil Chesteen Nelson, Estle Odean Nelson, Vestle Eugene Nelson, Edward Julean Nelson, Elvin Evelean Nelson; sisters, Mae Magdolean Pryor, Carrie Cathlean Nelson and Lizzie Eathlean Brown Haste.

She is survived by husband, Horace Harris; son, Joshua Harris; along with church family and friends. Hall Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Paul Allan Terry

Paul Allan Terry, 73, of Livingston passed away peacefully in his sleep on April 22. Graveside Celebration of Life services were held May 1 at the Overton County Memorial Gardens. Bro. John Mabrey and Bro. Brooks Boyd officiated.

He was born Sept. 8, 1946 in Campbell County. He was a 1964 graduate of Livingston Academy and a member of the Hilham Church of Christ. His family owned and operated Lay Simpson Furniture Store in Livingston for many years. He loved making friends wherever he went.

He was preceded in death by parents, Paul and Cleda Mayfield Terry and son, Paul Allen Terry II.

He is survived by wife, Linda Wilson Terry of Livingston; sister, Mala Sivo and husband, Andy of Rickman; special loving foster sister, Vickey Shrum of Livingston and numerous other family and friends.

Speck Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Tom Jolley

Thomas Frederick Jolley, 52, of the Highland Mountain Community passed away on April 30 from his residence.

Private family services will be held at a later date.

He was born in Nashville on Oct. 5, 1967.

He was a member of the Livingston First Baptist Church and a 1985 graduate of Livingston Academy. He married his high school sweetheart that same year and enlisted in the Army, serving his country till 1988.

Tom was a foreman for Twin Lakes Telephone for 30 years retiring in 2019.

He loved hunting, fishing, hiking, camping and being outdoors.

He was preceded in death by father, Gary Frederick Jolley and son, Benjamin Frederick Jolley.

He is survived by wife, Jean Carter Jolley of the Highland Mountain Community; daughter, Betsy Jolley of Livingston; grandson, Garrett Frederick Jolley, of Celina; sister, Merijane Coleman of Sevierville; mother, Janie Davis Jolley of Livingston and daughter-in-law, Marisa Jolley of Celina.

Speck Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 

Kathleen

Grundhoefer Chilton

Kathleen Grundhoefer Chilton, 77, of Allons passed away April 28 from the McKendree Village Healthcare Center in Hermitage. Graveside services were held May 3 at the Richardson Cemetery. Rev. James Shenko officiated.

She was born in Chicago, Ill. on April 12, 1943. She was a faithful member of the First Christian Church in Livingston. She enjoyed watching musicals, knitting items for family and friends and collecting Disney figurines.

She was preceded in death by parents, Joseph A. and Mildred Mary Michlek Zelinka; husband, Joe E. Chilton; sister, Maryann Zelinka and brother, Joseph Zelinka.

She is survived by daughter, Raeann Kwasek and husband, Michael of Chicago, Ill.; sons, Dean Grundhoefer and wife, Grace of Chicago, Ill. and Daniel Grundhoefer of Colorado; grandchildren, Jordan Grundhoefer, Nick Grundhoefer, Danielle Grundhoefer and Elizabeth Matnei and husband, Devan; great-grandchild, Mason Grundhoefer; step-daughters, Kimberly Swafford and husband, Doug of Chattanooga, Pamela Frye and husband, Jeff of Phoenix, Ariz., Jodi Wright and husband, Bobby of Nashville and Rhonda Badger and husband, Clay of Kingston; sister, Bettyann Kapelkea; brothers, Michael Zelinka and Robert Zelinka; several nieces, nephews and friends.

Speck Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Charles Glenn Webb

Charles Glenn Webb, 80, of Livingston passed away April 30 from the Overton County Health and Rehab. Private graveside services were held May 2 at the Netherland Cemetery. Bro. Kerry Duke officiated.

He was born in the Windle Community on Feb. 8, 1940. He was a member of the West End Church of Christ. He was the chairman of TN Auctioneers Commission for two consecutive terms, making Tennessee history.

He was the founder, owner and operator of the Webb Real Estate and Auction company for many years.

He was preceded in death by parents, Charlie and Vallie (Burroughs) Webb; sisters, Charlene Webb, Joyce Anderson, Wanda Crabtree and Jo Poston.

He is survived by daughters, Dr. Rhonda Lynn Gereighty of Johnson City and Susan Leigh Ashburn and husband, Neil of Livingston; granddaughters, Brittany Gereighty of Cookeville and Sarah Grace Ashburn of Cookeville; great-grandson, Oliver Clough of Johnson City; brothers, John Webb, Carl Webb and Jerry Webb; sisters, Dean Buford, Anna Houser, Janie Glasscock and Billie Webb.

Pallbearers who served were Brandon Smith, Mike Webb, David Webb, Mark Houser, Tommy Poston and Taylor Thompson.

Honorary pallbearers were Matthen Houser, Carl David Webb, John Buford, Donnie Webb, Terry Webb, Mike Buford, Chris Anderson, Shannon Anderson, Eddie Anderson, Ward Poston and David Poston.

Hall Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

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