Tammy Honeycutt Duke
Tammy Honeycutt Duke, 36, of Celina passed away Oct. 25 at Cumberland River Hospital. Memorial services were held Oct. 28 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home in Livingston with J. David Parsons, Celebrant officiating.
Tammy Honeycutt Duke was born Sept. 10, 1976 in Putnam County. She worked with Quality Home Health Care as a CNA. She was Baptist in faith.
Surviving relatives include her husband Daniel Duke of Celina; parents Ruey and Hessie Honeycutt of Rickman; sister Tabitha Gail Honeycutt of Rickman; grandmothers Georgia Lee Honeycutt of Monterey and Celia Geneva Shearl of Livingston; and grandparents-in-law James H. Masters and wife Edith, and Buddy Duke and wife Debbie all of Mt. Pleasant.
A Christian Lady
Patsy Faye Ledford Reeder
Jan. 21, 1943 – Aug. 26, 1993
In Proverbs 31: Verse 10-31, describes a virtuous woman – for her price far above rubies. (Please read these verses, it describes Patsy Faye Reeder). She was a virtuous Christian wife, mother and grandmother. She loved the Lord with all her heart, soul and mind (the First Commandment). She as was a super role model Christian wife, mother, grandmother and friend. After five years of long-term illness (leukemia), she died at the age of 50 on Aug. 26, 1993.
She was the virtuous wife of Bro. Harold Reeder and the mother of six children: Jeff and wife Regina Reeder, Phillip and wife Teresa Reeder and Debbie and husband Frankie Beason of Monroe; Ann and husband Dan Varbel of Monterey; Ricky and wife Karen Reeder of Livingston; and Mike and wife Kim Reeder of Jamestown. And the grandmother of numerous grandchildren, some of which she never met while on earth’s journey.
Her memory and her Christian examples live on in her family and friends she left behind, to join her someday in Paradise or Heaven.
Words can never express how much she is admired and missed by her earthly family; but they know, according to God’s Promise, they can be with her someday, forever.
May we all strive to be a virtuous Christian and role model for others, as we obey the “Good Lord’s” commandments daily.
Friend of the Family
Card of Thanks
Perhaps you sent a lovely card,
Or sat quietly in a chair.
Perhaps you sent a funeral spray,
If so, we saw it there.
Perhaps you spoke the kindest words,
As any friend could say,
Perhaps you were not there at all,
Just thought of us that day.
Whatever you did to console our hearts,
We thank you so very much,
Whatever the part.
The family of Norman Beachard Boles