Haskell Coolidge Haley, 85, died Friday, September 25th. Haley was born in Morristown.
Survivors include; son, William M. Haley of Oakwood, IL; daughter-in-law, Carol Haley of Urbana, IL; a sister, Pauline Campbell of Arkansas; a brother, James Haley of Tennessee; two grandsons, two great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews also survive.
Haley served in the United States Army during World War II.
Jerrell Basil Phillips, 68, died Tuesday, September 22nd following an extended illness. He was a resident of Murfreesboro and was a native of Cannon County.
Survivors include; children, Kelle Tuggle and Kim Phillips, both of Hermitage and Mark Phillips of Kentucky, sisters Captola Bell of Fayetteville, Mozelle Page of McMinnville, Shirley Vance of Murfreesboro, Wilma Harris of Auburntown and Reba Denny of Woodbury, mother of his children, Arlene Phillips of Goodletsville, 3 grandchildren also survive.
Eddie James Crews,64, died Tuesday, September 22nd, at VA Medical Center in Murfreesboro. He was a resident of Woodbury and was a native of Georgia.
Survivors include; children, Tina, Brandy and Clint Crews all of Florida, sister, Mary Francis Carter of Georgia, Joe Tarroll Crews of Georgia and Dewitt Crews of Woodbury.
Crews was a veteran of the U.S. Army having served during the Vietnam conflict.
Jean N. Alexander, 83, died Tuesday, September 22nd. She was a resident of Smithville.
Survivors include; sons, Jim Alexander of Cookeville and Tommy Alexander of Smithville, sister Carol Banta of Smithville, brothers, Dixon Northcutt of Brentwood and Charles W. Northcutt of McMinnville, 4 grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services for Jean N. Alexander will be Thursday, September 24th at 11:00am in the chapel of Love-Cantrell Funeral Home. Burial will be at Riverside Cemetery in Woodbury.
Perry Ray O’Neal, 75, died Saturday, September 19th. He was a resident of Auburntown and a native of Cannon County.
Survivors include, wife, Mary Carlano O’Neal, children, Tammy Duffy of Murfreesboro, Blake O’Neal of Auburntown, Mona Eckerson of Murfreesboro, Anthony Carbonari of Florida and Gina Ritter of Lascassas, brother, Paul D. Davis of Virginia, 10 grandchildren also survive.
O’Neal was a veteran of the Army having served in the Korean conflict.
Idell Parton Summers, 89, died Sunday, September 20th following an extended illness. She was a resident of Manchester and a native of Cannon County.
Survivors include, children, Thomas Summers of Kentucky, Peggy Walls of Murfreesboro and Betty Tucker of Tullahoma, sister, Annie Lois Paschal of Woodbury, 6 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren also survive.
Sara Louise Barrett, 93, died Friday, September 18th. She was a resident of Woodbury and was a native of Nashville.
Survivors include; sons, Dee Barrett, Joe Barrett, Bobby Barrett, Pearson Barrett & Donnie Barrett all of Woodbury; daughters, Shirley Moody of Murfreesboro and Mary Effler of Kentucky, 28 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren also survive.
Wanda Ruth Holt Hoover, 76, died Tuesday, September 15th at her home in Woodbury. She was a native of Cannon County.
Survivors include her sister, Dolores Wiedemann of Kansas; niece, Shannon Holt of Murfreesboro, nephews, Shane Holt of Murfreesboro, Grant Holt of Woodbury & Todd Wiedemann of Kansas; sister-in-law, Sue Patrick of Woodbury, 1 great niece and 3 great nephews also survive.
William Allen Bryson, Sr., age 83, passed away September 12, at Alvin C. York Medical Center after an extended illness.
Survivors include: his wife of 60 years, Mallie Bryson of Woodbury, children, William Bryson Jr. of Lebanon, Michael Ray Bryson of Woodbury, Melinda Simons of Manchester, Terry Bryson of Readyville, Sharon Reeves of Murfreesboro, Robert Bryson of Woodbury and Rita Hale of Murfreesboro, brother, Johnny Bryson of Readyville, 16 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren also survive.
Marie Holt Satterfield, 95 died Friday, September 11th at the Stones River Hospital following an extended illness. She was a native of Cannon County.
Survivors include; son, Herb Satterfield of Alabama, daughter, Joan Banks of Cannon County, granddaughter, Melanie Parker of Cannon County, two great-grandchildren also survive.
Satterfield was the oldest member of Ivy Bluff Methodist Church.