Miscellaneous Wilson County, Tennessee Obituaries

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4-20-99

JAMES T. CONE -- Graveside funeral services will be
held 11 AM Monday, April 19 at Nashville's Middle
Tennessee Veterans Cemetery for Mr. Cone, 64. A
resident of Gallatin, Mr. Cone was the father of Tim
Cone of Lebanon. He was a veteran of the Korean
Conflict, having served with the U.S. Army. Ligon &
Bobo Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

CARRIE GARRETT -- Graveside funeral services are
scheduled for 10 AM Monday, April 19 at Wilson County
Memorial gardens for Ms. Garrett, 89 of Lebanon. She
died Saturday, April 17 at UMC Hospital. Survivors
include son Dorris (and June) Garrett of Lebanon. Bro.
Wendell Byrd will conduct the funeral service. Partlow
Funeral Chapel handled all arrangements.

GRACE MAI LAWRENCE -- Funeral services were held
Sunday, April 18 at the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home for
Mrs. Lawrence, 89. A native of DeKalb County, she died
April 16 at Summit Medical Center. Funeral services
were conducted by the Rev. Gary McCaleb, burial at
Wilson County memorial gardens. Survivors include
daughters Georgia (Darmon) Hall; Jean (James)
Huffines; Helen (Hugh) Purnell and son Larry (Brenda)
Lawrence.

LOUISE H. JACK -- Funeral services were held Friday,
April 16 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Jack,
80. A retired legal secretary, she died April 13 at
Summit Medical Center. Funeral services were conducted
by Dr. Edwin G. Jack with burial at the Cedar Grove
Cemetery. Survivors included: husband Norman R. Jack
of Old Hickory; daughter Carol Wright of Old Hickory;
brothers Dick Hammond and Easton Hammond and sister
Jeanette Webb. 

11-4-99

RUFUS HORNE -- Funeral services were held Tuesday,
November 2 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mr.
Horne, 69. A retired coal miner, he died Oct. 30 at
Nashville's St. Thomas Hospital following an extended
illness. Funeral services were conducted by Bro. Bruce
Thweatt with burial at the Fairview Cemetery in
Norene. Survivors include: wife Beatrice Horne and
sons: Rufus Horne, Jr., William Horne, Jimmy Horne all
of Lebanon and Stanley Horne of Virginia. Also
surviving was brother Raymond Horne of Norene.

ELIZABETH "Dink" H. TATUM -- Funeral services were
held Tuesday, Nov. 2 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for
Mrs. Tatum, 82. Retired from the Lebanon Garment
Factory and Texas Boot, she also worked for
Contentenial Trailways Bus Lines. She died Oct. 31 at
McFarland Specialty Hospital following an extended
illness. A lifelong resident of Wilson County, she was
a member of the Berea church of Christ. Funeral
services were conducted by Bro. Todd Elliott and Bro.
Lee Mangrum with burial at the Watson Cemetery in
Lebanon. Survivors include her husband of 65 years
Clay Wesley Tatum, son Gary Wayne (Sue) Tatum and
sister Ruth Hubbard Snell, all of Lebanon. seven
grandchildren and 27 great, grandchildren also
survive.

11-8-99

NORA E. CATO -- Funeral services were held Sunday,
November 4 at the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home for Mrs.
Cato, 86. A native of Davidson County, she died at the
Summit Medical Center following an extended illness.
She was a member of the Rome Baptist Church and was
the mother of Lebanon businessman Jack Cato. Burial
was at the Dixon Springs Cemetery. Also surviving are
daughter Frances (Buddy) Stone of Old Hickory and
sisters Julia Underwood and Hattie Henry. She was
preceded in death by husband Julian Cato.

GEORGE P. WILLIAMS-- Funeral services are scheduled
for 2 PM Wednesday, November 10 at the Nave Funeral
Home for Mr. Williams, 86. A retired sheet metal
worker, he died of respiratory failure Nov. 7 at the
University Medical Center. A Shriner and a Mason, he
was affiliated with the Baptist church. Funeral
services will be conducted by the Rev. Vance King,
assisted by the Rev. Archie King. Burial will be at
the Wilson County Memorial Park. Visitation is 6-9 PM
Monday; 9 AM-9 PM Tuesday and 9 AM-service on
Wednesday. Survivors include: wife Aliene King
Williams and daughters Joyce Presley of Lebanon and
Patsy Hare of Old Hickory. Seventeen grandchildren
also survive. He was preceded in death by sons
Kenneth, James and Mack Williams.

3-6-2000

SUE ELNA THOMPSON -- Funeral services were held
Friday, March 3 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mrs.
Thompson, 72.
A homemaker and a native of Wilson County, Mrs.
Thompson died Feb. 29 at the University Medical
Center.
Services were conducted by the Rev. Steve Delashmit
and the Rev. Michael Clark with burial at the Wilson
County Memorial Park.
Survivors include: husband Kenneth Thompson and mother
Willie Bell M. Jones, both of Lebanon and daughter
Kendra (David) Hill of Murfreesboro.
Also surviving are: brothers Herbert Jones of
Murfreesboro, C.W. Jones Phillip Jones and Jimmy Jones
of Lebanon; sisters Nelle (Floyd) Ricketts, Sammy
(Bobby) Jewell and Dean (Leslie) Filson, all of
Lebanon and grandchildren Taylor Badger and Kenna Hill
of Lebanon. 

THOMAS SEERS -- Memorial services were held Saturday,
March 4 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mr. Seers,
60.
An astrologer and a native of Rhode Island, Mr. Seers
died March 1 at his Lebanon home after a battle with
cancer.
Funeral services were conducted by Dr. Larry Locke.
Mr. Seers was cremated his remains were buried at the
Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Survivors include: wife Darlene Seers, children Tammy,
Debbie, Tommy, Steven, Kevin and several
grandchildren.

LARRY GLEN (WOLFMAN) PATTERSON -- A memorial service
was held Saturday, March 4 at the Partlow Funeral
Chapel for Mr. Patterson, 44.
A carpenter with the Steve Wheeley Construction
Company, Mr. Patterson died March 2 at the University
Medical Center.
A Vietnam veteran and a native of Hamilton, Ohio, Mr.
Patterson was cremated.
Survivors include: wife Carolyn Jones Patterson of
Lebanon, daughters Charmaine (Michael) Parkinson of
Florida and Cynthia Lynn Scourey of Florida and three
grandchildren.
Also surviving are sisters Mary Lee Smith and Wanda
Patterson and brother John Patterson.

6-1-2000

JAMES FRED ASHWORTH -- Funeral services were held 11
AM Thursday, June 1 at the Hunter Funeral Home in
Watertown for Mr. Ashworth, 87.
A farmer, he died at his home May 29. Funeral services
were conducted by the Rev. Gary Rickman with burial at
the Brush Creek Cemetery.
Survivors include: his wife of 62-years Betty Sue
Talley Ashworth; daughters Patricia (Mel) Beamon of
Watertown; Helen (Coleman) Walker and Linda Douglas,
both of Lebanon; and Sandra Ashworth of Nashville.
Also surviving is sister Lorene Campbell of Hermitage,
brothers Paul Ashworth of Alexandria and Ray Ashworth
of Hermitage; seven grandchildren, 11 great
grandchildren and his favorite horse "Red".

8-17-2000

MILDRED BRADSHAW TUBB -- Funeral services were held
Wednesday, August 16 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for
Mrs. Tubb, 88.
A homemaker and a member of the LaGuardo Church of
Christ, Mrs. Tubb died Aug. 13 at the Quality Care
Nursing Home.
Funeral services were conducted by Brother Cecil Pryor
with burial at the Wilson County Memorial Park.
Survivors include: son Billy Jack (Alice) Tubb of
Lebanon and sister Eddie Sue Hall of Nashville.

10-3-2000

SAMUEL E. COOK -- A private graveside funeral service
is scheduled for Thursday, October 5 at the Cedar
Grove Cemetery for Mr. Cook, 79.
Longtime operator of S.N. Cook Hardware, Mr. Cook died
October 3 at his home after an extended illness. He
was a veteran, having served in World War II with the
Big Red One and earned the Silver Star and Purple
heart.
He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church.
Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. Donald
Owens. The family will receive friends Wednesday,
October 4  between the hours of 3-5 and 7-9 PM at the
Partlow Funeral Chapel.
Survivors include: his wife of 57-years Katherine
Cross Cook and children William N. (Eyonne) Cook,
David C. (Peggy) Cook and Maryanne (James) Spears all
of Lebanon. Eight grandchildren and nine great
grandchildren also survive.
Partlow Funeral Chapel is in charge of all funeral 
arrangements. Call 615-444-7007 for more information. 

12-2-2000

C.W. WATSON -- Funeral services were held Friday,
December 1 at the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home for Mrs.
Watson, 83.
A farmer and a native of Wilson County, Mr. Watson
died November 29 at Cedars Health Care in Lebanon. He
was a member of the Fellowship Baptist Church.
Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Terry
Smith with burial at the Leeville Cemetery.
Survivors include: his wife of 63 years Annie Watson;
son Ray Watson of Gallatin; granddaughter Janet
Presley of Lebanon and Carol Hansen of Westmoreland.
Also surviving are five great grandchildren, brothers
Sam Watson, Jr., John C. Watson,  Raymond Watson,
sister Ruby Harris -- all of Lebanon.

3-10-2001

BECKY E. WINFREE
LEBANON -- Funeral services are scheduled for 11 AM
Saturday, March 10 at the Immanuel Baptist Church for
Mrs. Winfree, 48.
Office manager for Radiology Associates of Lebanon and
a real estate agent with Crye-Leike of Lebanon, Mrs.
Winfree died March 8 at her home following an extended
battle with cancer.
She was a native of Wilson County and was the daughter
of Mrs. Rebecca Grime Jennings and the late Joe
Jennings. She was a member of the Immanuel Baptist
Church.
The family will receive friends Friday, March 9 from
12 Noon until 9 PM at the Partlow Funeral Chapel. Mrs.
Winfree will lie in state at the Immanuel Baptist
Church from 10 AM until the 11 AM service Saturday.
Services will be conducted by the Rev. Donald Owens
and the Rev. W. D. Thomason with burial at the Wilson
County Memorial Park.
Survivors include: husband Kenneth Winfree, son Eric
W. (Trina) Winfree, daughter Rebecca Anne Winfree,
mother Rebecca Jennings and brother Flyn (Belinda)
Jennings.
Active pallbearers include: Bob Winfree, Richard
Winfree, John Harlin, Johnny Clark, Randall Clemons,
John Turner, Hugh Green, Dr. Harvey Grime and John
Jennings.
For more information, call Partlow Funeral Chapel at
615-444-7007.

JESS BASS WRIGHT
LEBANON -- Memorial services are scheduled for 3 PM
Monday, March 10 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mr.
Wright, 74.
Involved in the real estate and construction business,
Mr. Wright died March 7 at St. Thomas Hospital in
Nashville after an extended illness.
Born in Wilson County, he was a veteran of World War
II, having served with the U.S. Navy and a member of
the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Services will be conducted by the Rev. Steve
Delashmit.
Survivors include: wife Betty Wright; sons Sherman
Wright of Lebanon and Taylor (Sherry) Wright of
Atlanta and daughter Wanda (Jim) Quillin of Alabama.
Also surviving are brother Harry (Johnnie Mae) Wright
of Lebanon and sister Elnora (John) Slaton of Ohio.
Six grandchildren and four great, grandchildren also
survive.

ROY DALE BAIN and GALDYS HEADY BAIN
LEBANON -- Funeral services are scheduled for 1 PM
Saturday, March 10 at the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home
for Mr. and Mrs. Bain.
The couple died suddenly at the Jennings View Drive
home Tuesday night, March 6.
Mr. Bain, 60, was born in DeKalb County and worked at
the TVA Steam Plant in Gallatin.
Mrs. Bain was the daughter of the late Delmis and
Clara Stafford Heady. She was a homemaker.
The family will receive friends Friday between the
hours of 3-9 PM at the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home, 241
West Main Street, Lebanon.
Services will be conducted by Bro. Wayne Cole with
burial at the Bethlehem Cemetery in the Tuckers
Crossroads Community.
Survivors include: children Lisa R. (Dewayne) Sadler
of Murfreesboro and Jeremy D. Bain of Lebanon and
grandchild Ashley Sadler of Murfreesboro.
Mr. Bain is survived by: his mother Martha Bell
Jennings Bain of Lebanon; brother Larry J. Bain of
Lebanon and sisters Linda Parrish and Wilma Batey of
Watertown.
Mrs. Bain is survived by: half-sister Love-Joy Barrett
of Murfreesboro and brothers Tommy and Dayton Heady of
red Boiling Springs and Johnny Heady of Auburntown and
half-brother William Heady of Red Boiling Springs.
Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home is in charge of all
arrangements. Call 615-444-2142 for more information.

ALLEN DALE GRAVES
MT. JULIET -- Memorial services are scheduled for 2 PM
Saturday, March 10 at the Grace United Methodist
Church for Mr.Gleaves, 53, who died March 4.
The Rev. Ken Edwards will conduct the service with the
family receiving friends one hour prior to the
services at the church.
Survivors include: wife Wilda Hollars Gleaves; sons
Chad Gleaves and Josh Gleaves -- all of Mt. Juliet.
Also surviving are parents Winfred and Doug Gleaves of
Nashville; sisters Tammie Midgett of Lebanon, Janice
Webster and Becky Flowers -- both of Montgomery,
Alabama; and granddaughter Bridgett Gleaves of Mt.
Juliet. He was preceded in death by brother Steve
Gleaves.
Bond Memorial Chapel in Mt. Juliet in charge of
arrangements.

SUE CUMMINGS BREWINGTON
LEBANON -- Funeral services are scheduled for 1 PM
Friday, March 9 at the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home for
Mrs. Brewington, 54.
A native of Wilson County, Mrs. Brewington was a
bookkeeper at Cumberland University. She died March 7
at the University Medical Hospital in Lebanon. She was
a member of the Southside Baptist Church.
The family will receive friends until 9 PM Thursday at
the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home, 241 West Main Street,
Lebanon.
Services were conducted by Bro. John Ledford with
burial at the Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Survivors include: husband of 37 years Carl Brewington
and children: Connie (Kevin) Williams, Richard Allen
(Donna) Brewington and Christopher Shane (Michelle)
Brewington -- all of Lebanon.
Four sisters, three brothers and her parents Gaynell
(Harlan) Kemp and Riley G. (Anita) Cummings also
survive.

6-29-2001

WARREN H. APPLE
LEBANON -- Graveside funeral services were held 10 AM
Tuesday, June 26 at the Wilson County Memorial Park
for Mr. Apple, 80.
A self-employed painter and a native of Wilson County,
Mr. Apple died June 23 at the University Medical
Center.
Services were conducted by Bro. David Hallman.
Survivors include: children Jerry (LeeAnne) Apple, 
James (Brandy) Apple and daughter Diane Apple -- all
of Lebanon. Also surviving are brother Ed Apple and
sister Janelle Hill.
Lebanon's Partlow Funeral Chapel was in charge of
arrangements. Call 615-444-7007

JOYCE KAY WILLIS
MT. JULIET -- Funeral services were held Monday
afternoon, June 24 at the Bond Memorial Chapel for
Mrs. Willis, 64.
A native of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, she died June 24
at the Summit Medical Center. Services were conducted
by Dr. Jerry Sutton with burial at the Mt. Juliet
Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include: son Mike (Debbie) Willis of Mt.
Juliet, daughter Gayle (Jeff) Hurt of Donelson; two
brothers, four sisters and grandchildren Justin, Cory
and Steven Willis.
She was preceded in death by son Steve Willis.

DR. CARY HARBRECHT
LEBANON -- Memorial services were held Sunday evening,
June 24 at the First United Methodist Church for Dr.
Harbrecht, 60.
A chiropractor and a local businessman, Dr. Harbrecht
died June 20 at his Lebanon home after suffering a
heart attack. He was a member of the Lebanon Rotary
and served on the Board of Directors of the Lebanon /
Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Harbrecht was an avid sportsman, active in his
church -- The Hermitage Church of God and was owner of
Pro Bowl West.
Services were conducted by the Rev. Michael Courtney
with eulogies offered by many friends and family
members. His remains were interred at the Cole &
Garrett Crematory in Hendersonville.
Survivors include: his wife Sandra York Harbrecht; 
children Todd Harbrecht and Robin Statzel; and
grandchildren Toni and Traci Stetzel -- all of
Lebanon. Also surviving are sister Lani (Lee) LaFont
and Pam (Grant) Hooker of Canada, father-in-law Clay
York and brothers-in-law Jimmy (Linda) York and Harold
(Phyllis) York.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Hermitage
Church of God building fund. Partlow Funeral Chapel
was in charge of arrangements.

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