June 22, 2017

WILLIAM ALLEN "BILLY" GOWAN, SENIOR, 78, OF PULASKI DIED MAY 25TH. HE WAS AN EMPLOYEE OF FRANK'S VENDING, A NATIONAL GUARD VETERAN AND A MEMBER OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: FAY LONG GOWAN; THREE SONS: ALLEN AND ANDY GOWAN BOTH OF PULASKI AND ROBERT GOWAN OF NASHVILLE; FOUR SISTERS: GERALDINE COLLINS, JO ANN FLY AND FAYE PAYNE ALL OF PULASKI AND BROWNIE MALONE OF MURFREESBORO; TWO BROTHERS: GLENN GOWAN OF PULASKI AND JACKIE GOWAN OF ROGERSVILLE; SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN AND TWO GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM ALLEN "BILLY" GOWAN, SENIOR WILL BE SATURDAY (TODAY) AT 1:00 AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IN PULASKI. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDING FUND OR COMPASSUS HOSPICE. BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

June 22, 2017

MAMIE DEE PETTUS, 95, OF LEXINGTON DIED WEDNESDAY. SHE WAS RETIRED FROM RELTOC MANUFACTURING AND A MEMBER OF LEXINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE CHILDREN: GAIL BERRY OF FLORENCE, RONNIE PETTUS OF LEXINGTON AND SUSAN HANSON OF KILLEN; FIVE GRANDCHILDREN AND SIX GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MAMIE DEE PETTUS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN PETTUS CEMETERY. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE SATURDAY FROM 11:00 UNTIL 1:00.

June 21, 2017

JEAN CARDIN HUGHES, 90, DIED TUESDAY. SHE WAS A NATIVE OF THE BUNKER HILL COMMUNITY, A PRODUCTION WORKER FOR W-E STEPHENS COMPANY, AND A MEMBER OF WALES BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE IS SURVIVED BY THREE DAUGHTERS: PATRICIA MITCHELL OF LEWISBURG, WANDA DENTON OF NASHVILLE AND KATHY MAYO OF PULASKI; FIVE GRANDCHILDREN; AND TEN GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR JEAN CARDIN HUGHES WILL BE FRIDAY AT 3:00 AT GILES MEMORY GARDEN. VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE FRIDAY FROM 11:00 UNTIL 2:30 AT CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME.

June 20, 2017

JOE FLOYD NELSON, 77, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED TRUCK DRIVER FOR BAGGETT OIL COMPANY, A MEMBER OF THE TENNESSEE VALLEY JAMBOREE AND RAMAH BAPTIST CHURCH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: FANNIE SUE NELSON; ONE DAUGHTER: KATRINA BRALY; ONE SON: MARK NELSON BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; TWO BROTHERS: JACK AND TOMMY NELSON BOTH OF WESTPOINT; THREE GRANDCHILDREN AND TWO GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR JOE FLOYD NELSON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN LIBERTY GROVE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY FROM 5:00 TO 8:00. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY.

June 20, 2017

WILLIAM COCKRELL, 74, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED TRUCK DRIVER FROM B-AND-S CONCRETE AND OF THE PENTECOSTAL FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DONNA COCKRELL; ONE SON: BOBBY COCKRELL; ONE DAUGHTER: BRIDGET OTWELL BOTH OF LAWRENCEBURG; THREE STEP-DAUGHTERS: KENDRA WHITFIELD, CRISTON PAYNE AND CLARISSA LASTER ALL OF KENTUCKY; FIVE SISTERS: RUBY MANNING, MARGIE WILLIAMS AND WANDA MOORE ALL OF LAWRENCEBURG, LINDA BRYSON OF SUMMERTOWN AND CONNIE DAVIS OF LYNNVILLE; SIX BROTHERS: JERRY AND STEVIE COCKRELL BOTH OF SUMEMRTOWN, DANNY AND ERNEST COCKRELL BOTH OF ETHRIDGE, ROY COCKRELL OF FRANKLIN AND BOBBY COCKRELL OF SPRING HILL AND SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR WILLIAM COCKRELL WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN BRACE CEMETERY.  THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS WEDNESDAY FROM 11:00 UNTIL 2:00.  

June 20, 2017

STEPHEN JAMES OWENS, 67, OF SUMMERTOWN DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM THOMAS J. LIPTON COMPANY, AN AIR FORCE VETERAN AND OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER: MICHELLE KNIGHT; HIS MOTHER: GENEVA ELOISE OWENS BOTH OF SUMMERTOWN; TWO BROTHERS: BOBBY OWENS OF SUMMERTOWN AND RONALD OWENS OF VIRGINIA AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR STEPHEN JAMES OWENS WILL BE SATURDAY AT 3:00 AT NEAL FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN JOHN LAY CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS SATURDAY FROM 1:00 UNTIL 3:00.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SUMMERTOWN FIRE AND RESCUE.  

June 19, 2017

PAULINE CARPENTER DOWNS, 100, OF PULASKI DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A RETIRED LPN IN THE MEDICAL FIELD AND A METHODIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS: JUDY FISK OF PULASKI AND ANN LANG OF TONEY, ALABAMA; FOUR GRANDCHILDREN AND SIX GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR PAULINE CARPENTER DOWNS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT MADISON CROSSROADS CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 11:00 UNTIL 1:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME. MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO SAINT JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL.  

June 19, 2017

BILLY MASON HATHCOAT, 74, OF MINOR HILL DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM DELPHI AND A MEMBER OF THE NRA.  HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON: LOUIS HATHCOAT OF MINOR HILL; ONE DAUGHTER: CATHY CALLAGHAN OF ORANGE BEACH, ALABAMA AND SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR BILLY MASON HATHCOAT WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.  CARR AND ERWIN FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.  

June 19, 2017

PAMELA MELEE ROBERSON, 55, OF LAWRENCEBURG DIED MONDAY.  SHE WAS A VOLUNTEER AT BUFFALO RIVER AND A MEMBER OF SHELTON DRIVE CHURCH OF CHRIST.  SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER PARENTS: NEAL AND FAE HOLDEN ROBERSON OF SAINT JOSEPH; ONE BROTHER: KENT ROBERSON OF COUNCE, TENNESSEE AND ONE SISTER: CINDY REED OF IRON CITY.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PAMELA MELEE ROBERSON WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN SAINT JOSEPH CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 5:00 TO 8:00.  

June 19, 2017

THOMAS FRANCIS FAULKNER, 81, OF GADSDEN, ALABAMA DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS THE OWNER OF RAINBOW CULTURED MARBLE, A FORMER BOY SCOUT MASTER, DRIVE CHAIRMAN FOR THE UNITED WAY AND A CATHOLIC.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: LOIS MITCHELL FAULKNER; TWO SONS: THOMAS KEVIN FAULKNER AND STEPHEN PATRICK FAULKNER AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THOMAS FRANCIS FAULKNER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN GILES MEMORIAL GARDEN.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4:00 UNTIL 7:00 AT COLLIER BUTLER FUNERAL HOME IN GADSDEN AND WEDNESDAY FROM 11:00 UNTIL 1:00 AT BENNETT MAY GILES COUNTY FUNERAL HOME.  MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, GADSDEN HIGH SCHOOL BAND PROGRAM OR THE UNITED WAY.    

June 19, 2017

LOYD CALVIN CANNON, 88, OF IRON CITY DIED SATURDAY.  HE WAS RETIRED FROM TVA, AN ARMY VETERAN OF THE KOREAN WAR AND OF THE BAPTIST FAITH.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: DOROTHY DISHONGH CANNON; ONE DAUGHTER: KENNY NARD OF IRON CITY AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LOYD CALVIN CANNON WILL BE THURSDAY AT 3:00 AT LORETTO MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH BURIAL IN RESTVIEW CEMETERY WITH MILITARY HONORS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE WEDNESDAY FROM 5:00 TO 8:00.  

June 19, 2017

RACHEL CHEEK GARNER, 95, OF COLUMBIA DIED SUNDAY.  THE FUNERAL SERVICE FOR RACHEL CHEEK GARNER WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT 2:00 AT WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME WITH BURIAL IN POLK MEMORIAL GARDENS.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM 4:00 UNTIL 8:00.  

June 19, 2017

DAVID RUSSELL GARNER, 57, OF LEXINGTON DIED SUNDAY.  HE WAS A RETIRED MACHINIST FOREMAN FOR TVA POWER SERVICE SHOP, AN ARMY VETERAN AND A CHRISTIAN.  HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE: RONDA PHILLIPS GARNER; TWO SONS: JESSE GARNER OF LEXINGTON AND CHIZ GARNER OF ROGERSVILLE; ONE DAUGHTER: SHANNON GARNER OF KILLEN; HIS FATHER: JOE MAC GARNER OF OHIO; HIS MOTHER: DORRIS GARNER OF LEXINGTON; FOUR BROTHERS: MICHAEL GARNER OF FLORENCE, MARK AND JOSEPH GARNER BOTH OF GREENHILL AND TIM GARNER OF LEXINGTON; FOUR SISTERS: PAM VADEN OF FLORENCE, BETH GRESHAM OF GRASSY, LORI NEWTON OF LEXINGTON AND LISA RICHARDSON OF GREENHILL AND ONE GRANDCHILD.  A GRAVESIDE SERVICE FOR DAVID RUSSELL GARNER WILL BE TUESDAY AT 3:00 AT ALLEN CEMETERY.  VISITATION WITH THE FAMILY WILL BE TUESDAY FROM NOON UNTIL 2:30 AT GREENHILL FUNERAL HOME.