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Ricky Dale Claridy

Ricky Dale Claridy, age 58, of Hartsville, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018 at Riverview Regional Medical Center in Carthage.

He was preceded in death by: father, John Frank Claridy; brother, John Claridy.

Survivors are: mother, Wilma Claridy of Carthage; two sisters, Kathy Claridy of Carthage, Frankie Claridy of Carthage; special niece, April (Tyler) Denning of Hartsville; special nephew, Derek Rouse; four great-nieces and -nephews, Elizabeth, Lane & Kylee Denning & Jonathan Rouse.

Funeral services were held in the chapel of Anthony Funeral Home on Friday, Dec. 7, officiated by Bro. Mike Seamon.

Interment was in Hartsville Memorial Gardens.

Memorial donations may be made to the funeral expenses.

Anthony Funeral Home, Inc., 337 McMurry Blvd. E, Hartsville, TN 37074, 615-374-2280, anthonyfhhartsville.com, was in charge of arrangements.

Delores Jean Linville

Delores Jean Linville, age 79, of Hartsville, passed away Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 at Skyline Medical Center.

She was preceded in death by: parents, King Joseph & Helen Pomeroy; brother, Ronnie Pomeroy; sister, Patricia Dematteo.

Survivors are: three sons, Ricky (Tina) Linville of Lafayette, Randy (Amanda) Linville of Hartsville, Danny (Kelli) Linville of Hartsville; two daughters, Cindy (Marty) Carr of Hartsville, Heather (Aaron) Silvious of Chattanooga; 14 grandchildren, Brooke (Matt) Jenkins, Paige Carr, Lexie Linville, Logan Carr, Eli Linville, Rachel Silvious, Houston Stafford, Sabrina Linville, Sierra Stafford, Benjamin Silvious, Rebekah Silvious, Abby Linville, Dalton Stafford & Gavin Linville; two great-grandchildren, Brody Linville & Millie Jenkins.

Funeral services were held in the chapel of Anthony Funeral Home on Tuesday, Dec. 4, officiated by Eld. Kevin Graham and Eld. Shawn Sheppard.

Interment was in the Hartsville Memorial Gardens.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Haley’s Hearts Foundation.

Anthony Funeral Home, Inc., 337 McMurry Blvd. E, Hartsville, TN 37074, 615-374-2280, anthonyfhhartsville.com, was in charge of arrangements.

Alfred Robertson Dalton, Jr.

Alfred Robertson Dalton, Jr., age 87, passed away on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018.

The Hartsville native lived most of his life in Live Oak, Fla. Upon graduating from Trousdale County High School in Hartsville in 1950, he joined the U.S. Air Force, where he served at Carswell Air Force Base near Fort Worth, Texas, as an aircraft mechanic and crew chief of a B-36 “Peacemaker” during the Korean War.

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Following his time in the service Al moved to Live Oak, where he became an avid businessman and active member of the community. He worked in local agriculture and the tobacco industry for nearly 50 years, during which time he worked for the Big Independent Tobacco Warehouse in Live Oak, the Eastern Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse in Morehead, Ky., and the Lake City Tobacco Warehouses in Lake City, Fla. He was also a partner in the Dixie-Big Burley Tobacco Warehouse in Asheville, N.C., and a member of the Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative Stabilization Corporation.

In 1969, Al purchased and renovated the historic Blue Lodge in Live Oak. He owned and operated the establishment under the name of Village Inn Apartments for 43 years.

Al was a member of the Live Oak Elks Lodge, the Live Oak Shrine Club, the Barrett  and Hayward Masonic Lodge. Al enjoyed boating on the Suwannee River. He also relished spending time with loved ones and was a loyal and true friend to many. His wit and humor kept everyone on their toes. Above all else, Al was a loving and devoted father who will be dearly missed.

Mr. Dalton is preceded in death by: his parents, Alfred R. Dalton, Sr. and Myra Fairley Dalton of Hartsville; sister, Jean Dalton Bennett of Jackson, MS; and niece, Jean Diane Bennett of Jackson, MS.

He is survived by: his daughter, Sadie Dalton (Scott) Peterson; brother, John D. Dalton of Marietta, GA; three nieces and four nephews.

Funeral services were held on Tuesday, Dec. 4, in the Daniels Memorial Chapel with interment following in the Live Oak Cemetery.

Should friends desire, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to Operation Patriot, Inc. (PO Box 2443, Brandon, FL  33509); Suncoast Basset Rescue, Inc. (5200 NW 43rd Street #102318, Gainesville, FL  32606); or another charitable organization of your choosing.

Mary Jo Newman

Mary Jo Newman, age 69, of Hartsville, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018 at her daughter’s home.

Sadly we said goodbye to our sweet and precious Mama and Nanny. Surrounded by those she loved and loved her, the angels carried her soul to her Savior, Jesus Christ.

She was preceded in death by: husband, Bruce Newman.

Survivors are: two daughters, Mary Lynn (Danny) Claridy of Hartsville, Debbie (Steve) Woodall of Gallatin; son, Robin Newman of Hartsville; four grandchildren, Michael (Cody-Dale) Claridy, Heather Claridy, Cody (Crystal) Woodall and Austin Woodall; two great-grandchildren, Bentley Woodall and Charlie Claridy.

She gracefully left this world on her terms peacefully. Her faith never wavered as she fought hard up to the last breath. Our mother was God’s gift of love to us and her spirit and light will always be present in our lives, and for this we are eternally grateful. We would like to thank Dr. Nick and her staff at Tennessee Oncology, Dr. Kellogg and their staff, Avalon Hospice and St. Thomas Midtown, where everyone who provided medical care for her grew to love her.

Funeral services were held in the chapel of Anthony Funeral Home on Friday, Nov. 30, officiated by Eld. Jeff Blackwell.

Interment was in the Dixon Springs Cemetery.

Prayer is the key to heaven but faith unlocks the door.

Anthony Funeral Home, Inc., 337 McMurry Blvd. E., Hartsville, TN 37074, 615-374-2280, anthonyfhhartsville.com, was in charge of arrangements.

Mary Frances Oliver

Mary Frances Oliver, age 77, of Hartsville, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018 at her home.

Funeral services were held in the chapel of Anthony Funeral Home on Saturday, Dec. 1, officiated by Eld. Kevin Slayton and Eld. Jeff Blackwell.

Interment was in the Dixon Springs Cemetery.

Anthony Funeral Home, Inc., 337 McMurry Blvd. E., Hartsville, TN 37074, 615-374-2280, anthonyfhhartsville.com, was in charge of arrangements.

Walter Lee Shrum

Walter Lee Shrum, age 74, of Hartsville, passed away Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018 at Hartsville Health and Rehab.

Graveside services were held on Wednesday, Dec. 5 at the Hartsville Cemetery, offiiated by Bro. Dustin Thompson and Bro. Robert Harvey.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the funeral expenses.

Laurie Elanie Parmer

July 18, 1963 – Nov. 19, 2018

Laurie went to be with our Lord on Nov. 19, 2018. She is preceded in death by her father, John Issac Meredith, her grandparents and many loved ones before her.

Laurie is survived by her mother, Elanie Meredith; her son, Franklin Parmer; daughter, Jennifer Parmer; brother, John G Meredith; and sisters, Cathy Atchley, Jewell Russell and Nikki Williams.

Laurie’s body was cremated at her request. A celebration of Laurie’s life will be held in the spring – Laurie’s favorite time of year!

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that a donation in Laurie’s name be made to the American Heart Association.

John William Lee

John William Lee, age 69, of Carthage, passed away Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018.

Mr. Lee was born June 30, 1949 in Franklin, KY, son of Julie Ann Pulaski and the late William Franklin Lee. He married Beverly Jan Paradis Lee and she preceded him in death on April 19, 2017.

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Mr. Lee was also preceded in death by: sons; John William Lee II, Robert Puzzo; two grandchildren; Leon Richardson and Jordan Watkins.

Mr. Lee was a graduate of Trousdale County High School. He served his country in the U.S. Navy for 20 years and worked as a Sears repairman for 18 years.

Mr. Lee is survived by: daughter; Cassandra Lee of Carthage; sister; Sophia Kay (Jack) Needham of Lancaster, TX; Brother; Kenneth Dale Lee of Carthage; mother, Julie Ann Pulaski Long of Lancaster, TX; father-in-Law; Camille Paradis of Carthage; stepdaughter; Theresa (Clint) Wilson of Austin, TX; six grandchildren; Justin Dixon, Makaila Richardson, Jacob Watkins, Aaron Wilson, Braden Wilson and Serenity Green.

Graveside memorial service with military honors is scheduled to be conducted at a later date.

Bass Funeral Home, Carthage, was in charge of arrangements.

Wilma Dean Watson

Wilma Dean Watson, age 88, of Hartsville, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018 at NHC Place in Gallatin.

She was preceded in death by: husband, Harold Watson; brother, Sam Simmons; parents, Lloyd & Gracie Simmons.

Survivors are: son, Paul (Mary Ann) Watson of Bethpage; daughter, Brenda Watson of Old Hickory; four sisters, Annice Jones of Lafayette, Mary Stone of Westmoreland, Ester (Robert) Stidham of Westmoreland, Ruby (Corbert) Rader of Gordonsville.

Mrs. Watson was a member of Dixon’s Creek Missionary Baptist Church. She loved singing, flowers and crafting and she loved being a nurse.

Funeral services were held in the chapel of Anthony Funeral Home on Saturday, Nov. 10, officiated by Bro. Johnny Carver.

Honorary pallbearers were: residents and staff of Trousdale Senior Living Center.

Active pallbearers were: Cliff Jones, Rob Stidham, Charles Rader, Eugene Watson, Phil Simmons and Donnie Hines.

Interment was in Dixon Springs Cemetery.

Memorial donations may be made to Alzheimer’s Tennessee.

Anthony Funeral Home, Inc., 337 McMurry Blvd. E, Hartsville, TN 37074, 615-374-2280, anthonyfhhartsville.com, was in charge of arrangements.

Mary Jane Dotson

Mary Jane Dotson, age 45, of Red Boiling Springs, passed away Monday, Oct. 29, 2018.

She was preceded in death by: parents, Carroll & Emogene Ellis; late husband, Jeffrey Barnes.

Survivors are: husband, Barry Dotson of Red Boiling Springs; two sons, Joshua Barnes of Hartsville, Cody Barnes of Red Boiling Springs; two stepdaughters, Emily Dotson of Lafayette, Sarah Dotson of Lafayette; sister, Carolyn (James) Kennedy of Dixon Springs.

Funeral services were held in the chapel of Anthony Funeral Home on Saturday, Nov. 3, officiated by Bro. Brit Little.

Interment was in Dixon Springs Cemetery.

Pallbearers were: Josh & Cody Barnes, James Kennedy, Dusty Perkins, Brock Ellis and Keith Dotson.

Memorial donations may be made to the Union Missionary Baptist Church.

Anthony Funeral Home, Inc., 337 McMurry Blvd. E, Hartsville, TN 37074, 615-374-2280, anthonyfhhartsville.com, was in charge of arrangements.

Brenda Ann Chumley

Brenda Ann Chumley, age 61, of Hartsville, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018 at Sumner Regional Medical Center in Gallatin.

She was preceded in death by: parents, J.C. & Betty Chambers.

Survivors are: husband, Curtis Chumley of Hartsville; son, Eric (Kim) Chumley of Hartsville; daughter, Janet (Jerry) Lawrence of Lafayette; four grandchildren, Sydney Shoulders, Ben Chumley, Hannah Lawrence, Jonathan Lawrence; two sisters, Pam (Joe) Thayer of Hartsville, Stacey (Don) Moss of Hartsville; four nieces, two nephews and one great-nephew.

Funeral services were held in the chapel of Anthony Funeral Home on Sunday, Nov. 4, officiated by Bro. Jerry Watson.

Interment was in Green Grove Cemetery.

Anthony Funeral Home, Inc., 337 McMurry Blvd. E, Hartsville, TN 37074, 615-374-22580, anthonyfhhartsville.com, was in charge of arrangements.

Eva Jewel Davis

Eva Jewel Davis, age 73, of Bethpage, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018 at Riverview Regional Medical Center in Carthage.

She was preceded in death by: husband, Henry Davis; daughter, Rhonda Davis; parents, Henry & Dorothy Case.

Survivors are: son, Rocky (Tammie) Davis of Hartsville; daughter, Angela (Gordon) Hamby of Dixon Springs; grandchild, Blake Davis; two brothers, Henry Case of Hartsville, Tony Case of Gallatin; two sisters, Jean (Billy) Tuttle of Westmoreland, Brownie (Larry) Williams of Hartsville.

Funeral services were held on Saturday, Oct. 27, in the chapel of Anthony Funeral Home, officiated by Bro. Chris Crowder.

Interment was in Eulah Cemetery.

Anthony Funeral Home, Inc., 337 McMurry Blvd. E, Hartsville, TN 37074, 615-374-2280, anthonyfhhartsville.com, was in charge of arrangements.

Billy Wayne Oliver

Billy Wayne Oliver was born on Aug. 29, 1942, in Macon County, to the late Marlin Oliver and Mazie Gann Oliver. He was one of 10 children born to this union.

Billy married the late Carol Jean Farley Oliver on Oct. 13, 1962. Together they were blessed with one daughter. Billy was also blessed with one stepson.

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Billy worked as the manager of the Hartsville Foodland store until his retirement in 2014. When he was not working, Billy enjoyed going fishing. Most of all, he loved spending time with his family.

On Sept. 22, 2018, at the age of 76, Billy Wayne Oliver was called to his Heavenly home. Because of his testimony of salvation, Billy is rejoicing with his savior, Jesus Christ. He will be dearly missed by all.

He is survived by: daughter, Penny (Randy) Slayton; stepson, Gary Farley; two grandchildren, Michael (Tabitha) Slayton, Tonya (Jason) Dixon; two step-grandchildren, Perry Farley, William Farley; two sisters, Idelle Loftis, Edna Edwards; nine great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday, Sept. 26, from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Brother Michael Slayton and Pastor David Spears officiating.

Interment followed in the Fairview Cemetery.

Alexander Funeral Home, Directors, was in charge of arrangements. 615-666-2189 or alexanderfh.com.

Linda F. Williams

Hartsville resident and Memphis native Linda F. Williams, affectionately known as Queen, passed away from natural causes on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018 at Sumner Regional Medical Center, where she was admitted the previous day with a sudden illness. She was 63.

Services were conducted on Saturday, Oct. 13, from the Carthage Chapel of Sanderson Funeral Home with her dedicated friend, Eld. Kenneth Edmondson, officiating. Interment was in the Rockvale Cemetery in Cages Bend in the Riddleton Community.

Born Linda Faye Collins in Memphis in Shelby County on Oct. 16, 1954, she was the third of 12 children of the late James Collins Sr. and Ruth Elma Maxwell Collins. A brother, Michael Collins, preceded her in death.

On June 20, 1993 in Nashville, she was united in marriage to Hartsville native Donald Vernell Williams, who survives.

Educated in the Memphis City School system, she was a member of Upward Bound throughout her high school years and was a graduate of Carver High School.

In 1977, she received a Bachelor of Arts and Science from the University of Tennessee at Martin with a major in Journalism.

She was employed as a dietician for over 20 years at Smith County Health Care and the Smith County Memorial Hospital. She was also the dietician at Quality Care in Lebanon. Mrs. Williams later returned to school and received her teaching credentials and taught at the South Side Christian School in Lebanon for many years.

Mrs. Williams gave her life to Christ at an early age and was a faithful member of the Williams Chapel Church, where she served as in many capacities, including Sunday school teacher and singing in the choir.

She was also a member of the Morning Star #4 Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star in Memphis.

Surviving in addition to her husband of over 25 years is a son, Jalen “Jay” Williams of Hartsville; mother-in-law, Lucille Woodmore Williams of Hartsville; 10 siblings, Mattie Carter of Memphis, Bettie Collins-Parsons of Memphis, Brenda Love of Memphis, Barbara Collins of Memphis, Sandra Collins of La Vergne, James (Rhonda) Collins of Nashville, Raymond Collins of La Vergne, William Collins of Alexandria, VA, Sola (Unida) Collins of Jonesboro, GA, Calvin (Kristy) Collins of St. Louis, MO; devoted friends, Linda Marshall, Anna Walker, Lettie Davis and Billie S. McKinley, Pastor Kenneth Edmonson, Wanda Timberlake and numerous friends and acquaintances too numerous to mention.

Charles Edward Lape

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Charles Lape

Charles Edward Lape was born Dec. 8, 1936 in Connellsville, PA, and passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 at his residence in Hartsville at the age of 81.

Mr. Lape was the son of Charles William and Josephine Lillian Moon Lape. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy and a power plant worker. He was also a member of the First United Methodist Church in Hartsville.

Mr. Lape was preceded in death by: his parents, daughter, Karen Marcus, and brother, William Lee Lape.

Survivors are: his wife, Theresa Mae Whittington Lape of Hartsville; son, Edward Lape of Salem, NJ; two daughters, Gail Lynn Coker of Madison, Susan Louise Lape of Lafayette; brother, Dale Lape of Pennsville, NJ; 11 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren.

Memorial services will be held at the Hartsville United Methodist Church on Saturday, Oct. 20, at 10 a.m., with another service at the VFW Post #253 in Tilbury, NJ, on Oct. 26 at noon.

Sumner County Funeral and Cremation Services is assisting the family with arrangements. 615-452-9059.

Roxy Lanie Ward Hey

Roxy Lanie Ward Hey, loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018 in her home at the age of 92.

Roxy was born June 26, 1926 in Lebanon, the daughter to Hubert N. and Birdye Young (Parker) Ward on the land settled by her great-great-grandfather (the Ward Family) in 1796. She graduated from Hartsville High School and attended Coppins Business School, which led to employment at American National Bank in Nashville. Roxy studied dance for many years in Nashville and entertained soldiers on stage during World War Il once, even preceding Ann Miller.

She married James “Jim” Orville Hey on Nov. 16, 1946 in Nashville. He preceded her in death on May 7, 1996. Jim and Roxy moved to Dixon, IL and raised three sons; Jim, Ward and Marty.

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Roxy belonged to numerous clubs including: Phidian and Garden Club, in which she was a member for 60 years. She was a board member of the City Planning Board of Appeals, past president of the Ladies Auxiliary, a proud member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and a long-time member of the Dixon Country Club. She was happy with her accomplished golfing, once even getting a hole in one! Roxy had a passion for gardening; she loved her pretty flowers, beautiful yard and enjoyed watching various birds.  Roxy also had a talent for sculpting, in which she received a certificate and for interior decorating in which she gained a degree from LaSalle University.

Roxy and husband Jim enjoyed their part-time residence for nine years before building the “Homeplace” on the land in Tennessee, where she was born. It was built with enough room for all the children and grandchildren to gather and create special memories together. She loved her family above all else and supported them in every endeavor always cheering on the sidelines, even gaining the reputation and receiving a trophy for “fan of the year” during one the many wrestling seasons. Roxy especially enjoyed shopping and her favorite excursions were taking trips into Chicago to Marshall Fields and the Little Traveler in Geneva. She had many valued friends and enjoyed much entertaining in her lovely home over the years. Roxy was a member of the First United Methodist Church most of her life. She loved God and faith was an integral part of her spirit.

Anyone who knew Roxy thought of her as a classy, well dressed, beautiful, enthusiastic and lively lady. Her smile was contagious and she had a kind heart and compassionate spirit. Many people will remember her for her pretty white hair and sweet southern accent. We will miss her deeply but we shall continue onward in remembrance of love shared and in celebration of a life well lived.

She is survived by her sons, Jim (Whitni) Hey, Ward (Siraporn) Hey, Marty (Karen) Hey; step-daughter JoAnne (Tom) Whitcomb, all of Dixon, IL; 14 grandchildren, Jacob, Micah, Jamie (Michelle), Cade, Alayna, Marty ll (Melanie), Matthew (Andrea), Karey (Jason), Justin, Genesis (Jay), Jimmy (Magen), Andrew, Paul and Cindy (Jeff); 27 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Frances Waller of Lebanon, Alice Terwilliger of Nashville, Caroline Lauderdale of Lenoir City.

Roxy was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Hubert and Lewis; and one granddaughter Roxy Lanie.

The family wishes to sincerely thank everyone for their love.

Visitation will be from 9-11:00 a.m., on Thursday, Oct. 11, at First United Methodist Church in Dixon, IL with Rev. Timothy Mitchell, and Rev. Heewon Kim co-officiating. Burial will follow at Grand Detour Cemetery.

Arrangements are being completed by Preston-Schilling Funeral Home in Dixon, IL. Condolences may be sent to prestonschilling.com.

James Douglas Williams Sr.

James Douglas Williams Sr., age 55, of Hartsville, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 at Trousdale Medical Center.

Funeral services were held in the chapel of Anthony Funeral Home on Saturday, Oct. 6, officiated by Randy Brady.

Interment was in the Hartsville Cemetery.

Earnest D. Harper

Earnest D. Harper, age 74, of Hartsville, passed away on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 10 from 5-7 p.m. at the chapel of Strawther & White Funeral Home, 150 N. Blakemore Ave., Gallatin, and Thursday, Oct. 11 from noon-1 p.m. at Ward School Preservation Association, 113 Hall St., Hartsville.

Services will follow Thursday visitation at Ward School.

Jackie Lee Linder

Jackie Lee Linder, age 65, of Alexandria, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at Trousdale Medical Center.

She was preceded in death by: parents, Classie & Flossie Bain Linder; siblings, J.C. Linder, Ruby Gerrard, Matha Caldwell, Joe Linder.

Survivors are: five children, Chris (Jamie) Linder of Gallatin, Teresa Gibbs (Larry Durnley) of Hartsville, Benjamin (Alicia) Linder of Gallatin, Amanda (Cam) Linder of Gallatin, Sandy Keen of Nashville; 15 grandchildren, T.J (Brittany) Gibbs, Logan (Destiny) Gibbs, both of Hartsville, Nikki Green of AL, Bennie Elaine Linder of Gallaitn, Frankie (Mary) Linder of Lebanon, Cameron Linder and Zoe Linder, both of Lafayette, Erica Cheyanne Linder, Jayden Taylor, Zachery Taylor, Calee Lenae Linder, Cason Linder, Zayne Bennett, Taylor Bennett, all of Gallatin and Brooklyn Keen of Westmoreland; three great-grandchildren, Kayson Gibbs of Hartsville, Aryia Oreo Linder of Gallatin, Aspen McFarland of Gallatin; companion Kathy Swain and her children Ronnie, Brittany and Erica; several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Funeral services were held on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Love-Cantrell Funeral Home in Smithville.

Pallbearers were: Quaylon Linder, J. J. Linder, Mikey Johns, Tommy Linder, T. J. Gibbs, Frankie Linder, Logan Gibbs and Timmy Linder.

Interment was in Adcock Cemetery.

The family has asked in lieu of flowers that all donations please be made to the funeral home to help with burial expenses.

Pamela Ann Beasley

Pamela Ann Beasley, age 76, of Lafayette, passed away Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018 at her home.

She was preceded in death by: parents, William & Mary Alice Price.

Survivors are: three sons, Alex (Kim) Beasley III of Lafayette, James (Misti) Beasley of Murfreesboro, Phillip (Stacey) Beasley of Lafayette; six grandchildren, William Beasley IV, Ryan Beasley, Matthew Beasley, Morgan Beasley, Julia Beasley & Jordan Beasley; great-grandchild, Haizley Beasley; brother, Bill (Linda) Price IV of Brentwood; two sisters, Barbara (Billy) Stephens of Myrtle Beach, SC, Deborah (John) Arnold of Pensacola, FL; two first cousins, Zandria Gwin of Hartsville, Mark (Mary Ann) Gwin of Vinton, VA; special friend & caregiver, Bertha Summers; many nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were held in the chapel of Anthony Funeral Home on Wednesday, Sept. 26, officiated by Bro. Mike Seamon.

Interment was in Hartsville Cemetery.

Memorial donations may be made to Aseracare Hospice.

Special thank you to Aseracare Hospice and Julie Crawford for their wonderful care.

Anthony Funeral Home, Inc., 337 McMurry Blvd., Hartsville, TN 37074, 615-374-2280, anthonyfhhartsville.com, was in charge of arrangements.