Opal Butler Agee
Opal Butler Agee, 96, of Carthage and a longtime resident of the Bagdad Community passed away March 20 at Concordia Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Carthage. Funeral services were held March 22 at the Hackett Chapel of Sanderson Funeral Home with Edward L. Anderson and Guy Holliman officiating. Interment followed in the Gene Butler Cemetery in the Brooks Bend Community.
She was born Nov. 8, 1922 in Gladdice Community. She retired from the Carthage Shirt Corporation where she had been employed since 1960. She was a member of the Bagdad Church of Christ.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Genie Thomas “Gene” Butler and Oshie Bell Kemp Butler; husband, Amon Hale Agee; siblings, Ada Butler, Brady Butler and Leon Butler; and son, James Agee.
Surviving relatives include: daughter in law, Mollie Agee of the Brooks Bend Community; children, Peggy Agee Kemp of Defeated Creek Community. Janice Agee Anderson of Carthage and Stan Agee and wife, Patty Kemp Agee of the Gladdice Community; ten grandchildren, sixteen great grandchildren and nine great, great grandchildren.
Charles Ronald Haney
Charles Ronald Haney, 70, of Gainesboro passed away March 27 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held March 30 at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Jimmy Anderson officiating. Interment followed in the Byers Cemetery in the Center Grove Community.
He was born Oct. 24, 1948 in Jackson County. He worked in furniture upholstery and attended the Church of Christ.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Troy B. Haney and Lina Mayberry Haney; son, Ronnie B. Haney; brothers K.B. Haney and Troy B. Haney; step son, David Dishman; and sisters, Vena B. Cantrell and Cora Loftis.
Surviving relatives include his life partner and friend, Sherry Dishman of Gainesboro; grandchildren, Derick Haney, Dustin Haney and Rochelle Haney; step children, Larry and Emily Dishman; step grandchildren, Dylan, Drake and David; six step great grandchildren; and sisters, Marie Johnson and M.B. Ragland, both of Gainesboro and I.V. (Louis) Byers of Cookeville.