Ida Lee Winningham
Ida Lee Winningham, 88, of Anderson, Ind. passed away Oct. 31 from Northview Health and Living in Anderson. Funeral services were held Nov. 6 at Loose Funeral Home and Crematory. Interment was held in the Anderson Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
She was born Aug. 1, 1932 in Monroe. She resided most of her life in Anderson. She attended Monroe High School. She worked for B & S Home Improvement and retired from K-Mart. She was a devoted Christian, and loved to spend time with her family and friends.
She was preceded in death by: husband, Willie C. Winningham; parents, Bonnie Nivens and Robert Morgan; sons, Donny Winningham and Gary Winningham; and brothers, Cordell Morgan and Sydney Morgan.
She is survived by: children, Danny Winningham, Dottie (David) Shoemaker, Thelma Winningham, Ronnie (Joni) Winningham and Jeffrey (Sophia) Winningham; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; siblings, Frank Morgan and Annette Shirah; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Etta M. Hammock
Etta M. Walker Hammock, 77, of Allons passed away Nov. 1 from her residence. Funeral services were held Nov. 4 at the chapel of Livingston Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. Bro. Mark Neely officiated.
She was born in Overton County on April 14, 1943. She was a member of the Christian Community Church. She enjoyed embroidery and going to church. Her greatest joy was her family and spending time with them.
She was preceded in death by: parents, Odell and Lois Vaughn Walker; sons, Michael and Greg Hammock.
She is survived by: daughter, Brenda Walls and husband, Ricky of Allons; sons, Jeff Hammock and wife, Shelia of Allons, James Hammock of Georgia and Ed Hammock, Jr. and wife, Charlotte of Livingston; grandchildren, Heath and Ethan Walls, Christopher, Brandy, Josh and Matthew Hammock, Ashley Hammock Cummings, Amanda Williams, James Hammock, Jr., Nikki Hammock and Heather Carter and 16 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers who served were Heath Walls, Ethan Walls, Christopher Hammock, Matthew Hammock, Josh Hammock and David Bell.
Anna Lucille Buck
Anna Lucille Buck, 82, of Livingston passed away Nov. 1 at the Sumner Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held Nov. 4 at the chapel of Hall Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. Bro. Jerry Buck and Bro. Freddie Looper officiated.
She was born in Allons on April 6, 1938. She was a loving wife to her husband and was a loving mother to her children. She loved all her grandchildren, big and small. She was a member of the First Assembly of God.
She was preceded in death by: parents, Esby and Georgie (Lynn) Burgess; brothers, Paul Burgess, Edward Burgess; sisters: Reva Reece, Cordilla Burgess and Ruby Anderson and son in-law, Donnie Phillips.
She is survived by: husband, Dan Buck; daughters, Donna Phillips, Rita Bilbrey, Becky Hammock and husband, Jimmy; son, Larry Buck and wife, Karen; grandsons, Daniel Phillips and wife, Malana and Dusty Hammock and wife, Chastity; great-grandchildren, Darrien Phillips and wife, Kristin, Becka Harvey and husband, Jordan, Donnie Wayne Phillips, Dakota Hammock, Abbie Hammock, Anna Grace Hammock and C.J. Hammock; great-great-grandchildren, Jaxton Harvey and Willow Phillips; sisters, Trudy Hunter and Linnie Dildine; sister-in-law, Eunice Burgess; a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.
Darrien Phillips, Jeff Burgess, Jordon Harvey, Bobby Burgess, Rick Ledbetter and Jeremy Reece served as pallbearers.
Billy Hayes Cole, Sr.
Billy Hayes “Fuzz” Cole, Sr., 87, of Allons passed away Nov. 6 at his home. Graveside services were held Nov. 8 from the Bethel Cemetery. Bro. Damon Corley officiated.
He was born in Allons on Nov. 4, 1933. He was an Army Veteran and served two terms as Overton County Circuit Court Clerk. He owned and ran Cole’s Repair Shop in the early seventies. He and his wife owned and operated together Miss Clean Laundry and Dry Cleaners for 47 years. He enjoyed the lake, loved raising Charolais cattle, racing go karts, bowling, shooting matches and riding motorcycles and four wheelers. He was a lifetime member of the Livingston Masonic Lodge #259 and was also a member of the Shrine.
He was preceded in death by: parents, Lester Homer and Annie Nivens Cole; brother, James Cole, and sisters, Irene Dennis, Norma Swift and Anna Dean Padgett.
He is survived by: wife, Alice Ramsey Cole; son, Billy Hayes Cole, Jr. and wife, Shirley of Hardys Chapel; daughter, Beth Ann Carr and husband, Keith of Allons; grandchildren, Tosha Clemens and husband, Joe, Betsy Carr Thrasher, Ethan Hayes Carr and fiancé, Kerstan Howard, Kristofer Carr and wife, Lori, Julie Raines and husband, Chad, Michael Carr and wife, Kelli, Justin Davis and wife, Jessie, and Jay Morgan and fiancé, Amanda Grinder; great-grandchildren, Keaton Lankford, Kaston and Kinley Carr, Zachary and Nathan Raines, Avah, Emmy, Will and Case Carr, and Jacob and Madison Davis; brother, Bobby J. Cole of Allons; sister, Jo Nell Robbins of Allons and special family member, Rick Sidwell of Cumming, Ga.
Pallbearers who served were Ethan Carr, Kris Carr, Michael Carr, Joe Clemens, Chad Raines and Justin Davis.
Speck Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Paul H. Dailey, 67, of Upper Hilham Highway passed away Nov. 2 from the Overton County Health and Rehab. Graveside services were held Nov. 6 at the Holly Springs Cemetery. Bro. Bobby Gore officiated.
He was born in Overton County on April 8, 1953. A member of the Church of Christ, he enjoyed Tennessee Football, mowing grass and listening to country music.
He was preceded in death by: parents, Ezra Elbert and Julia Ann Johnson Dailey and brother, Claude Dailey.
He is survived by: sister, Gladys Coffman and husband, Ken of Hilham; nephews, Jimmy Coffman of Livingston and Jackie Coffman of Hilham.
Speck Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
The family of James M. Sells, Jr. would like to thank all of you for the support, prayers and outpouring of your love shown to our family in our time of loss.
Whether you sent cards, food, flowers or visited, the showing of respect for James was so uplifting.
We thank you so much.
James will be missed by all of his family and friends.
Vivian, Jamie, Joe, Wesley,
Janice, June and Jeanette and families