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Jennifer Harris Class of 1978 Passes

Sam Bailey Class of 1956 Passes

Janis Willis Class of 1970 Passes

George Green Class of 1975 Passes

Mickey Futrell Class of 1974 (DNG} Passes

Woody Horn Class of 1966 (DNG) Passes

W.T. Dillingham Class of 1965 (DNG) Passes

Cindy Lou Pruitt Class of 1970 passes

Coke "Skip" Crawford Cass of 1954 Passes

Peggy Willliams Class of 1965 (DNG) Passes

Bobby White Class of 1956 Passes

Steve Cook Class of 1969 Passes

Richard Hurt Class of 1973 Passes

Bobbye Jean Mathis Class of 1952 Passes

Virginia Cole Class of 1945 Passes

Jacqueline Pinson Class of 1957 Passes

Attie Jo Taylor Class of 1957 Passes

Gerald Beaton Class of 1957 Passes

Claudette Wilson Class of 1953 Passes

Elissa King Class of 1973 Passes

Betty McMillin Class of 1953 Passes

 

 

Obituaries for the class members of 1974 that did not graduate with this class 

Mickey Lynn Futrell Temps

Mickey Lynn Futrell TempsMickey Lynn Temps, beloved wife and mother, passed away on September 29, 2019. She was born on December 8, 1956 in Mayfield, KY, and was the daughter of James Futrell and Doris Harrison. Mickey served in the US Army from 1975 to 1978 and was stationed in Korea for 15 months. She was a park ranger with the National Park Service at Fort Donelson National Battlefield from 1984 to 1991, during which time she completed her Bachelor’s Degree in History from Austin Peay State University. She went on to work at TVA Cumberland from 1991 until her retirement in 2012. Mickey enjoyed riding motorcycles and fishing with her husband Gus and spending time with their grandchildren. She had a sharp wit, was an avid reader and a faithful, supportive friend.

She leaves behind her husband Gus Temps; her parents; her sisters Melodye (Gordon) Fox and Tammy Lee; her brother Jamie (Kathy) Futrell; her two children John (Laura) Hill and Misty Hill; her grandchildren, Jack Hill and Lovey Hill; step-daughters Brandi (Belmalie) Scott and Christy Temps; step-grandchildren Aisha Scott, Juliet Edgar-Parchman, Chanelle Edgar-Parchman, Jackson Priester, Miles Edgar-Parchman, and Max Priester; as well as several nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her step-daughter Brianne Edgar.

A memorial service will be held at Nave Funeral Home in Erin, TN, at noon on Sunday, October 6. Family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. A meal will follow the service at Shamrocks and Shenanigans, 20 Court Square, Erin, TN. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Bethesda Community Mission in Erin. [Source: https://www.navefuneralhomes.com/memorials/mickey--temps/3978442/index.php

 

 Byron Smothers

Byron Smothers 1955-2013
November 17, 1955 - June 20, 2013

John Byron Smothers, 57, of Bruceton, passed away on Thursday, June 20, at his home in Bruceton. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 23, at Bruceton Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Bob Conley offi ciating. Burial followed at New Prospect Cemetery near Hollow Rock. Pallbearers who served were Joel King, Edward Birdwell, Eddie Jean Dupree, Kevin Newsom, Andrew Smothers, Tyler Smothers, Ricky Foster, and Terry Bell.

Mr. Smothers was born on Nov. 17, 1955, in Bruceton, to the late John Taylor Smothers and Hettie Jane Noles Smothers. He worked for Broadway Construction, was a member of Prospect Baptist Church and the Bruceton Lions Club. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by two grandsons, John Paul and Daniel Lynn Bell.

He is survived by his wife, Patsy Replogle Smothers of Camden; two daughters, Mary Leigh (Kevin) Newsom of Smyrna and Elizabeth Kay (Terry) Bell of Linden; two sons, Andrew Taylor (Kristina) Smothers of Somerville and Tyler Grant (Apphifany) Smothers of Memphis; two sisters, Nelda (Melvin) Durham of Waverly and Ruth (Hal) Eason of Bruceton; two brothers, Buddy (Joyce) Smothers and Ernie (Stacey), both of Hollow Rock; six grandchildren, Makayle Elizabeth Bell, Charles Bryon Smothers, Jessica Janis Smothers, Emmaleigh Grace Newsom, James Paul Bell and Bryce Taylor Smothers; and many nieces and nephews.

Bruceton Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.