Lucas Keith Bilbrey
Lucas Keith Bilbrey, 13, of Lafayette passed away April 6. Funeral services were held April 10 from the chapel of Anderson and Son Funeral Home with Bro. Witt Cook officiating. Interment followed in the Sunrise Cemetery.
Active pallbearers included: David Lynch, Michael Brewington, Brandon Carnahan, Kenneth Evans, Leslie Cook, Corey Fitzpatrick and Eric Copas.
Honorary pallbearers included: Tyler Pullen, Ramsey Al-Barkawi and Michael Lynch.
Lucas Keith Bilbrey was born May 29, 1998. He was an eighth grade student at Macon County Junior High.
He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Rulene Newberry Bilbrey.
Surviving relatives include: parents, Terry “Jargo” and Leanne Copas Bilbrey; brother, Jacob Bilbrey; paternal grandfather, Hubert and wife Freddie Bilbrey; maternal grandparents, Odell and Linda Copas; aunts and uncles, Pam and Michael Lynch, Gayle and David Stinson, Kim and Leslie Cook, Lisa Russell, Kimberly Copas, Eric and Lanita Copas and Erin and Kenneth Evans; and several cousins.
Hubert Lee Lancaster
Hubert Lee Lancaster, 82, of Moss passed away April 6 at Cumberland River Hospital. Funeral services were held April 9 from the chapel of Upton Funeral Home with Don Bryant officiating. Interment followed in the Moss Cemetery.
Pallbearers included: Marvin Lancaster, William Bridges, John Monroe, Gabe Young, Daniel Collins and Adam Lancaster.
Hubert Lee Lancaster was born July 24, 1929 in Jackson County. He was retired from Goodyear Rubber Company in Akron, OH and was a member of the Germany Church of Christ.
He was preceded in death by his parents, William Lee and Roxie B. Trobaugh Lancaster; brothers, Hobert Lancaster, Herbert Lancaster and Donald Lancaster; and sisters, Hazel Crowder, Elise Campbell and Hettie Collins.
Surviving relatives include: wife, Sue Young Lancaster of Moss; brothers, Eulis and wife Mabel Lancaster and Edgar and wife Ann Lancaster both of Hendersonville and Edward and wife Pearl Lancaster of Akron, OH; sisters, Grace Ervin of Smyrna and Alene Gray of Celina; special niece, Rhonda Lancaster of Moss; and a host of other family members and many friends.
Maynard Pate, 72, of Lebanon passed away April 8 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Funeral services were held April 12 from the chapel of Anderson and Son Funeral Home with Elder Floyd Ferguson officiating. Interment followed in the Smith Chapel Cemetery.
Pallbearers included: Chad Guffey, John Zalewski, Jacob Zalewski, Ben Zalewski, Nick Zalewski and John Langford.
Maynard Pate was born Sept. 9, 1939 in Johnson City. He was the former Executive Director of the Greater Nashville Regional Council with 20 years of service.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Thomas Edward and Allie McMackin; and wife, Freda Halsell Pate.
Surviving relatives include: step daughters, Charla and husband John Zalewski and Leslie Palk all of Cookeville; step son, Greg Biles of Lebanon; step granddaughter, Holly Palk; step grandsons, Jacob, Nick and Ben Zalewski all of Cookeville; brother, Billy Joe and wife Betty Pate; sister, Betty Ann Pate Chapman all of Johnson City; niece, Judy Chapman of Kingsport; nephews, Steve Chapman of Kingsport, Tom Webb of Bristol, Terry Peterson and Tim Conley both of Johnson City.
Cecil Stone Moore
Cecil Stone Moore, 70, of Red Boiling Springs passed away April 11 at his residence. Funeral services were held April 15 from the chapel of Anderson and Son Funeral Home with Elder Ricky Day officiating. Interment followed in Mount Olivet Cemetery with military honors.
Pallbearers included: Tommy Tankersley, Johnny Tankerlsey, Mathais Tankerley, Billy Fryer, Stephen Carter and Jeff Hesson.
Cecil Stone Moore was born March 2, 1942 in Coffee County. He was a former electrical sales rep for Westco in Nashville with 31 years of service, a member of Goodlettsville First Baptist Church and an United States Air Force Veteran.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Effie Pearl McCord Moore.
Surviving relatives include: wife, Judy Ford Moore; daughter, Andrea Moore of Bruhl, Germany; sons, Stacy Moore of Goodlettsville and Kirby and wife Amanda Moore of White House; step daughter, Kristi and husband David Carter of Lafayette; step sons, Junior and wife Gina Evans of Red Boiling Springs and Bryan and wife Tammy Evans of Lafayette; sister, Martha Ann Reeves of Centerville; brother, Jimmy and wife Betty Moore of Cartersville, GA; two grandchildren; and six step grandchildren.
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The family of Hubert Lancaster wished to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to Dr. Nowell and Dr. Horne and their staff and the Cumberland River Hospital staff.
We want to thank everyone for the kind words, prayers, floral arrangements, calls, cards, visits, donations, food and anything that was done for us during this difficult time.
A special thanks to Don Bryant, Upton Funeral Home and staff, pallbearers and singers for their kindness during our time of sorrow.
We will never forget your kindness. God bless you all.
The family of Hubert Lancaster
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The family of Cleveland Cunningham would like to express their sincere gratitude and appreciation to his family and friends for the flowers, donations, kind thoughts and prayers through this difficult time.
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The family of Launa Buford Stone wishes to sincerely thank all the friends, family, medical professionals, caregivers, legal counsel and brothers and sisters in Christ that gave so much to support and improve the quality of life for Launa. The outpouring of support and encouragement from so many lifelong friends, church family and local residents was greatly demonstrated in her time of need and again after her passing. Heartfelt appreciation for all of you that went out of your way to provide transportation, friendship, visitation and acts of kindness since Launa’s physical set-back in February 2004 are remembered but can never be appreciated enough. Special thanks are conveyed to Brother Roger Anderson, Brother Bobby Bartlett, Brother Blakley, and all the pallbearers for their support and uplifting words during the memorial service. Psalm 63:8 My soul followeth hard after thee: thy right hand upholdeth me.
The family of Launa
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Thank you to the wonderful people of Celina for their kindness and caring for my brother, Baxter Key. Baxter chose to spend the final years of his life in Celina. I now understand why he chose to stay in Celina, even though he was encouraged to move closer to family. I want to extend a special “thank you” to Baxter’s morning coffee group, Doris Hamlet, the staff at Clay County Manor and a very special “thank you” to Baxter’s adopted family including Cossandra Abbott, Latisha Key, Sheila Anderson and their families.
Lois Key Taylor