Harold O. Hix
Harold O. Hix, 73, of Gainesboro, passed away on April 22. Funeral services were held on April 26 at Greenwood Christian Church in Greenwood, IN. Interment followed in Greenwood Cemetery.
Harold O. Hix was born Sept. 21, 1938. He retired from National Starch, a driver for Toby Tours and a shuttle driver for Riley Towers. He was a member of Greenwood Christian Church.
He is preceded in death by: his parents, John Frank and Estell McCoin Hix; one brother; three sisters; and several nieces and nephews.
Surviving relatives include: his wife, Janice Hix; children, Gilbert Lee Crawford-Hix; Darlene Sue Brockus, Tonya Ellen Carr, Madawna Jo Springer, Harold Odell Hix II, Angela Michelle Firrone, and Buddy Crawford; 16 grandchildren; brother, John Hix; sisters; Edith and Alvin Brewington, Paulette and Bob Warner, and George Matney; as well as several loving nieces and nephews.
Margaret Juanita Richardson, 91, of Jackson County passed away on April 20 at Alive Hospice at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville. Funeral services were held on April 25 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. O’Neal Huffines officiating. Interment followed in Draper Cemetery.
Margaret Juanita Richardson was born Jan. 15, 1921. She was a homemaker and a member of the Church of Christ.
She is preceded in death by: her parents, Curry Huffines and Madge Draper Huffines; husband, Robert E. Richardson; her second husband, James Forkum; brother, Harold Draper Huffines, and sister, Eva West.
Surviving relatives include: her daughter, Margaret and Gene Hendon; three grandchildren, Rob and Shannon Hendon, John and Kathy Hendon, Amy and Jeff Scott; three great-grandchildren, Cash Hendon, Kolten Hendon and Jake Scott; brother, O’Neal and Geraldine Huffines; and sister, Patsy Denton and husband Harold.
Alma Brown, 100, of Cookeville passed away on April 22 at NHC of Cookeville. Funeral services were held on April 24 at the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home with Bro. Clarence DeLoach and Bro. Jeremiah Tatum officiating. Interment followed in Crest Lawn Cemetery.
Her grandsons and great-grand sons will serve as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers were Wayne Cantrell, Paul Pippin, Ralph Bryant, Denny Richardson, L.B. Johnson and George Dudney.
Alma Brown, was born Nov. 04, 1911. She was a homemaker and a member of Willow Avenue Church of Christ.
She is preceded in death by: her parents, Hyton Howard and Mary Marjorie Bailey Brown; husband, Fred Brown; son-in-law, Fred Boswell; foster son and wife, Fred and Ruth Ledford Kincaid; granddaughter, Helen Kincaid Dennis; sisters, Dixie Fox, Dorothy Lee, and Lyda Brown; brother, Leo Brown; and three infant siblings.
Surviving relatives include: her son and daughter-in-law, Roy and Frances Brown; daughter, Marjorie Brown Boswell; grandchildren, Karen and Karlin Treat, Tom and Becki Brown, Don and Jill Brown, Rosemary and Henry Burch, David and Sandy Brown, Elaine and Gary King, Julia and Bill Merry and Ann and Tony Craighead; nineteen great-grand children; and special nieces, Susan Dudney and Ann Fox Cantrell.
James Edward Nussbeck
James Edward Nussbeck, 69, of Gainesboro passed away on April 20 at Cookeville Regional Medial Center. The family has chosen cremation and Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
James Edward Nussbeck was born on Feb. 14, 1943 in Casper, WY. He served in the U.S. Navy.
He is preceded in death by: his parents, Edward Corbin Nussbeck and Eleanor Allen; and brother, Clyde Nussbeck.
Surviving relatives include: his daughters, Kimberly Dawn Stafford and husband Dwayne of Gainesboro and Tracy Nicole Clark and husband Jonathon of Fredrick, MD; grandchildren, Kandice Roland, Coreyjay Stafford, James Strauss, Nicholas Clark and Gabriel Clark; great-grandchildren, Brooklyn Roland, MaKenna Roland, Michael Roland II and Charles Ross Stafford; and sisters, Lora Nussbeck and Susan Nussbeck, both of Florida.
Card of Thanks
The family of Velma R. Smith would like to thank everyone for their kindness and support during our difficult time. Thank you for all the prayers, kind words and visits at the hospital. It meant a lot to Ms. Velma and the family. Thank you to all who came by, brought food, made donations and sent floral arrangements to the funeral home. Thank you to the staff of Cookeville Regional Medical Center, the Jackson Co. Ambulance Service, Bethesda Health Care Center, UCHRA and Fox Florist. A special thank you to Mrs. Karla Hensley and Emma Brown for all that you did for Ms. Velma and the entire family. A special thanks goes out to Mr. Danny Scott, Jimmy and Linda Anderson and the staff of Anderson – Upper Cumberland Funeral Home.
Thank you all once again,
The family of Ms. Velma R. Smith
Card of Thanks
My family and I would like to thank everyone that came out to Center Grove Community Center on March 30, 2012 and made the benefit for me a huge success! We could not have done it without each and everyone of you. We don’t even know how and where to start to thank each individual. I wouldn’t want to leave anyone out. If I, my family or someone else hasn’t thanked you for helping, I am now. Thank you to everyone! Over the last three months, help from people has poured in, from the start to the end of the late night hours that night. No matter how little you may have thought your help was, it did not go unnoticed. Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts and God Bless! I cannot say that to you all enough.
James Pruett and Family
Card Of Thanks
We would like to thank our friends and neighbors for food, phone calls, visitations, cards and flowers. We also want to thank Caris Health Care for their care for our dear loved one. Also, thank you to Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home for the service they provided. Thanks to the Haney’s and the Huffine’s for their service and a special thanks to Brother Hubert Jones.
The Family of
Mrs. Mable Pryor
Blair, Mark, Randal