Katherine Beulah Lee
Katherine Beulah Lee, 73, of Baptist Ridge passed away on April 29  at her residence. Funeral services were held May 1 from the Chapel of Upton Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Turkeytown Cemetery.
Pallbearers included: Donald Qualls, Eddie Qualls, Timothy Boles, Bobby Glen Mullins, Wesley Graves and Brian Gass.
Katherine Beulah Lee was born on Sept. 11, 1934 in Hilham. She was a retired machine operator for Crotty Corp.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Comer and Ella Short Boles; husband, Bobby Keith Lee; sons, Walter Lee Boles and Stevie Lee; daughter, Lori Ann Lee and son in law, Jim Mullins.
Surviving relatives include; sons, Bobby Eugene Lee of Baptist Ridge, Danny and wife Mildred Lee of Baptist Ridge; daughters, Gail Mullins of Livingston, Barbara and husband Donald Qualls of Nashville; brothers, Archie Boles of Baptist Ridge and Chester Boles of Turkeytown; grandchildren, Richard Mullins, Bobby Mullins, Teresa Gass, Timothy Boles, Michelle Qualls, Eddie Qualls, Robin Graves, Tasha Lee and Bobby Clay Lee; great grandchildren, Quinton Gass, Tyler Gass, Katie Qualls, Chloe Graves, Matthew Mullins and Kirsten Mullins.
Sammie Kenith Carter
Sammie Kenith Carter, 68, of Rickman, passed away May 3  at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held May 6 at the Livingston Funeral Home with Bro. John Woody and Bro. Cecil Barlow officiating. Interment followed in the Holly Springs Cemetery with graveside Military Honors by James T. Davis, VFW Post 5062 of Livingston.
Pallbearers included: Mark Guy, Adam Hammock, William Ledbetter, Leroy Phillips, William Grimsley and Charles Woody.
Sammie Kenith Carter was born on Dec. 13, 1939 of Overton County. He was a Supervisor in a corrugated box factory, a farmer and served in the United States Army.
He was preceded in death by his parents Raymond and Ruby Carter; brothers, R.D. Carter and Junior Carter and Vanis Carter; sister, Murrel Dean Wasson.
Surviving relatives include his caregiver and special companion, Connie Wilson of Rickman; daughter, Jessica Carter of Rickman; son, Denis and wife Gail Carter of Stowe, OH.; sisters, Linda Morgan of Cookeville, Oletta Norris of Hilham, Inez Wakefield of Utah; half sister, Betty and husband Luther Cook of Ohio and several nieces and nephews.
James Ridley Myers
James Ridley Myers, 76, of Goodlettsville passed away May 27 . Funeral services were held May 31 from the Chapel of Spring Hill Funeral Home with Bro. Ken Castleberry officiating. Interment followed at Serenity Mausoleum at Spring Hill Cemetery.
James Ridley Myers was a member of Parkway Baptist Church and owner of Michigan Awning in Detroit.
Surviving relatives include: his wife, Billie Jean Barlow Myers; son, Darryl and wife Linde Myers; daughter, Vickie Graham; daughter in law, Roxanne and husband Deke Ellwanger; brother, Horace Lee Myers; sisters, Judy Gail Myers and Gladys Raymer; grandchildren, Lindsay and Chase Myers and Ashlee Graham and grandchildren in law, Amy, Allye and Luke Ellwanger.
Lucy Ellen Wood
Lucy Ellen Wood, 84, of Cookeville passed away May 27  at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held May 31 from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home with Dr. Charles Vance Johnson officiating. Interment followed in Cookeville City Cemetery.
Pallbearers included: friends and family.
Lucy Ellen Wood was born Dec. 31, 1923 in Monticello, KY. She owned and operated Lou-Ray Beauty Salon, was a beautician for over 54 years, was a member of the Tennessee Hairdressers Association and attended Algood United Methodist Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Will and Roxie Bell Garner; husband, Harvey Ray Wood; brothers, Donald, Herbert, Chester, Ermon, Roy, Raymond and Jesse Garner and sister, Della Crabtree.
Surviving relatives include: sisters, Clara Denny of Kewanee, IL. and Lura Gray of Livingston; sisters in law, Helen Francis of Rickman and Vera Garner of Monticello, KY. and numerous nieces and nephews.
Mattie Marie Patterson
Mattie Marie Patterson, 87, of Maryville passed away in Blount Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held May 30  from the Chapel of Speck Funeral Home with Bro. David Dunn officiating. Interment followed at Prosperity Cemetery in Auburntown.
Mattie Marie Patterson was born June 11, 1920 in Cannon Co. She was a homemaker and a member of the Livingston Church of Christ.
She was preceded in death by her parents, C.S. and Jennie Smith Hawkins; husband, Robert T. “Pat” Patterson; brothers, Carl, Harold, James, Ray, Bob and John Hawkins and sister, Hesta Hawkins Leonard.
Surviving relatives include: daughter, Peggy and husband Jack Putnam of Maryville; niece, Barbara Key Earheart of Nashville; sisters, Mabel Hawkins Turney and Irene Hawkins Dunn both of Auburntown; sister in law and brother in law, Francis and Paul Bastien of Glasgow, KY. and other nieces and nephews.
Mae Trevoline Garrett Flowers
Mae Trevoline Garrett Flowers, 86, of Monroe passed away May 22  at the Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held May 24 at Brown Funeral Chapel with Bro. J.C. Denney officiating. Interment followed at Wirmingham Cemetery.
Pallbearers included: Rick Planicka, James Garrett, Ward Garrett, Russell Garrett, Doug Padgett, Ronnie Garrett and Cade Pritchett.
Honorary Pallbearers included: Makala Choate, Tyler and Courtney Pritchett, Ethan Flowers, Paige Flowers and Peyton Flowers.
Mae Trevoline Garrett Flowers was born Aug. 14, 1921 in Pickett Co. She was a homemaker and a past employee of the U.T. Extension office and she attended the Bethsaida Christian Church along with the Bolestown Community Center.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Willie and Jessie Harrison Garrett; husband, Walter H. Flowers; sister, Esther Garrett and brothers, Emery, Faty and Carlos Garrett.
Surviving relatives include: son, Jerry P. and wife Gail Flowers of Monroe; grandchildren, Cyndi and husband Jackie Pritchett and Jeff and wife Lisa Flowers; great grandchildren, Tyler, Cade, Ethan, Courtney, Paige and Peyton and nieces, nephews, other family and friends.
Willie F. T. Lee
School Bus Driver
Willie F. T. Lee, 83, of Livingston passed away May 23  at his residence. Funeral services were held May 26 at Standing Stone Praise & Worship Center with Bro. Jerry Buck officiating. Interment followed at Old Union Cemetery.
Pallbearers included: Bill Clark, Joe Clark, Duard Clark, Mark Lowery, Michael and Johnny Hawkins.
Willie F. T. Lee was born Jan. 29, 1925 in Overton Co. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army during WWII and a member of Standing Stone Praise & Worship Center.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Canada and Allie Neely Lee; son, David Lee and sisters, Florence Davis and Opal Wheeler.
Surviving relatives include: wife, Rosie Lee of Livingston; sons, Nathan Lee of Hilham and Foster Lee of Livingston; daughters, Kathy and husband Robert Key of Gainesboro and Sarah and husband Mark Lowery of Hilham and sisters Jessie Arney and Johnnie Lee both of Donelson.
Jewell Edwin Stacy
Jewell Edwin Stacy, 78, of Livingston passed away May 27  at Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held May 30 from the Chapel of Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home. Interment followed at Old Stacy Family Cemetery of the Antioch Community.
Jewell Edwin Stacy was born Dec. 17, 1929 in Jackson Co. She was a member of Hilham Church of God.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Stacy; son, Alan Wayne Stacy; daughters, Willadean and Ivy Sue Stacy and parents, Ivory Stacy and Jack Smith.
Surviving relatives include: sons, Howard Stacy of Wisconsin, Carlos Glen Stacy of Wyoming, Tony Lee Allen of Arizona, Bobby Harold Stacy of Gainesboro and James Edward Hammock of Livingston; daughters, Linda Doris Beck of Cleveland, Robbie Carol Stacy of Wisconsin and Kathy Irene Thompson of Hilham; 17 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.
Warner Phillips, 99, of Clarkrange passed away May 30  at Jamestown Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held June 1 from the Chapel of Goff Funeral Home with Rev. Basil Phillips, Rev. Billy Joe Hedgecough and Rev. Ronnie Swallows officiating. Interment followed at the Phillips Family Cemetery.
Warner Phillips was born June 21, 1908 in Overton Co. He was a farmer, a graduate of Rickman High School, a WWII Army veteran and a member of the Woody Freewill Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by parents, Alvin and Lou Effie Bilbrey Phillips and 11 brothers and sisters.
Surviving relatives include: wife, Lou Hattie Swallows Phillips of Clarkrange; sister, Delia Phillips of Chattanooga; daughters, Betty Reagan, Brenda Davis and Berilla Smith all of Clarkrange; sons, Vaden, Aden and Barney Phillips all of Clarkrange; 12 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.