Bruce Ransey Duggin, 83, died Friday at his home following an extended illness. He was a resident of Liberty and a native of Cannon County.
Survivors include; daughters, Jean Spano of Woodbury, Sandy Nichols of Woodbury, Judy George of Manchester, 9 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren also survive.
Duggin was a veteran having served in the Marine Corps during World War II.
Funeral services for Bruce Ransey Duggin will be graveside Saturday at 1:00pm at Sycamore Cemetery. Visitation with the family will be Friday from 4:00pm until 9:00pm at the funeral home.
Evert Lee Mayo, 65, died Thursday, December 3rd following an extended illness. He was a resident of Woodbury and a native of Cannon County.
Survivors include; wife Louise Mayo, son Tim Mayo of Woodbury, mother-in-law, Mary Mooneyham of Woodbury, brother-in-law, Buck Mooneyham, sister-in-law, Nancy Mayo, several nieces and nephews, as well as several great-nieces and nephews survive.
Barry Wayne Haley, 51, died Wednesday, December 2nd following an extended illness. He was resident of Benton, Kentucky.
Survivors include; parents, Richard and Sarah Elizabeth Mingle Haley of Woodbury, wife, Susan Kontur Haley, daughters, Gwena Beckett of Texas and Faith Haley of Kentucky, sons, Richard Haley and Jordan Haley, both of Kentucky, sister, Anita Patrick of Woodbury, brothers, Victor Haley, Darrell Haley and Roger Haley, all of Kentucky, 3 grandchildren also survive.
Haley was a veteran having served in the United States Air Force.
Maggie Mai Gunter Brown, 91, died Monday, November 30th following an extended illness. She was a resident of Woodbury and a native of Cannon County.
Survivors include; daughter, Hazel Cooper of Portland, son, Norman Brown of Woodbury, 2 granddaughters and 4 great-grandchildren also survive.
Michael Wayne Davis, 52, died Friday, November 27th at Middle Tennessee Medical Center emergency room following a sudden illness. He was a resident of Murfreesboro and native of Cannon County.
Larry D. Bogle, 48, died Sunday, November 29th. He was a native of England.
Survivors include his mother, Violet E. Bogle of Woodbury, sister, Diane Potter of Georgia, brother, Michael R. Bogle of Woodbury, three nephews and two nieces also survive.
Funeral services for Larry D. Bogle will be 1:00pm Tuesday, December 1st in the chapel of Smith Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cherry Cemetery. Visitation with the family is Monday, November 30, from 1:00pm until 8:00pm at the funeral home.
Betty Joann Young Merritt, 53, died Friday, November 27 at her home following an extended illness. She was a resident of Readyville and native of Kentucky.
Survivors include; mother, Sylvia Massey Young of Kentucky, husband of 28 years, Gary Merritt, son, Jason Merritt of Murfreesboro, daughters, Ashley Henderson and Kelly Nichols both of Woodbury, 4 grandchildren and siblings, Larry Young of Kentucky, Gary Young of LaVergne, Johnny Young of Kentucky and Sandy Redferrin of Portland.
Maurice Dornan Stewart, 87, died Wednesday, November 25th at Woodbury Health Care following an extended illness. He was a resident of Woodbury and was a native of Cannon County.
Survivors include; daughter, Dorna Stewart of Woodbury, sister-in-law, Gloria Stewart of Woodbury, 1 niece and 1 nephew, 1 great nice and 3 great nephews.
He was a veteran of Army Air Corp having served during World War II.
Carmene Neely Bragg, 88, died Tuesday morning, November 24th at Stones River Hospital. She was a resident of Woodbury and a native of Cannon County.
Survivors include; twin sons, George Bragg III, of Old Hickory and Medford Neely Bragg of Florida, daughter Sue Bragg of Woodbury, 3 granddaughters and one great-grandson also survives.
Jerry Clifton Franklin, 65, died Sunday, November 22nd following an extended illness. He was a resident of Woodbury and was a native of Coffee County.
Survivors include; wife of 41 years, Bernice Hicks Franklin, children, Melanie Cleland of California, John Allen Franklin of Kentucky, Sally Rose Gaither of Kentucky, 9 grandchildren, siblings, Jean Floyd of Florida, J.T. Franklin of Manchester, Kenneth Don Franklin of Bradyville and Doyle Lee Franklin of Indiana.
Franklin was a veteran, having served in the Navy during the Viet Nam conflict.