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Obituaries 6-21-22

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Edith Reich Chinoy

Edith Reich Chinoy was born on June 20, 1922 in West New York, New Jersey and passed away in her home in Union, New Jersey on May 30, 2022, just three weeks shy of her 100th Birthday.

Edith was the daughter of the late Edward and Leina Schlinger Reich. Edith was married for 47 years to the late Bernard M Chinoy who passed away in 1993. Edith was also proceeded in death by a grand daughter Elizabeth N (Beach) Chinoy and a special friend Irving Charsinsky.

Edith is survived by her two sons Dr. Walter Chinoy (Elaine) of Scotch Plains, New Jersey and Donald Chinoy (Grace Miller) of The Nameless Community in Jackson County. She is also survived by four grandchildren Adam and Evan Chinoy, Randy-Jo Beach and Andrew Grisham, four Great Grandchildren and a special friend and caregiver for 10 years Angel Dobkie.

Edith was a firm believer that it is a persons responsibility to give more to their community than they receive back and was involved in various community functions. She was a very active person, loved to play sports, dance, which she did with her husband Bernard every month for years. She loved to sing and was involved in a few choirs. She worked and competed hard, and if she was not successful in what she was going after, she would never hold a grudge but congratulate the winner and wish them luck. She along with Bernard taught her children never forget our heritage to always look out for those that are being done wrong and not to be afraid to speak out when you know you are right. Most importantly to live by example, and always try to be a 'Role Model' that doing the honorable thing even if you are the only one doing it will pay you rewards in life.

Edith was laid to rest next to her late husband in The Workman's Circle section of the King Solomon Cemetery in Clifton, New Jersey on June 2. She was a very strong supporter of Senior Citizen Centers so anyone wishing to send a memorial donation in Edith's name may do so to The Granville Senior Citizen Center in Granville, TN 38564.

Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral in charge of arrangements.

 

Shirley Jean Barnes

Shirley Jean Barnes was born July 1, 1952 in Nashville, TN and she passed away on Thursday, June 16, 2022 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center at the age of 69.

She was the daughter of Raymond Hayes Chadwell and Mamie Ruth Maynor Chadwell. She attended Poston Chapel Community Church and was of Baptist faith. Shirley married Danny Ray Barnes on March 14, 1969 for a total of 53 years of marriage. She was a resident of the Old Antioch Community.

Mrs. Barnes was preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Billy and Gary Chadwell and sister Carolyn Faye Roberts.

Survivors include her husband, Danny Ray Barnes of Gainesboro; son and daughter in law, Danny Ray and Shelli Barnes of Murfreesboro; sister, Louise Grunkie of Wisconsin; granddaughter, Destanie (Joshua) Watson of Lebanon; great-grandchildren, Addisyn Ray, Ansleigh and Sheldan.

Visitation was on Monday, June 20, 2022, 11a.m. to 2 p.m. at Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with funeral service beginning in the chapel at 2p.m. with Bro. Bobby Scantland officiating. Burial followed in Stacy Cemetery.

Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

 

Peggy Lucinda Barlow

Peggy Lucinda “Cindy” Barlow was born July 25, 1966 in Jackson County, TN and she passed away at her residence in Lebanon on Monday, June 13, 2022 at the age of 55.

She was the daughter of James Fred Barlow and Patty Jo Apple Barlow. She worked in the auto parts industry and attended the Methodist Church.

She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Jane Apple Barlow; paternal grandparents, William Dallas and Martha Elizabeth Buck Barlow and maternal grandparents, John Homer and Lona Daris Ragland Apple.

Survivors include brother, Tim (Teresa) Barlow of Mt. Juliet; nephew, Joel Barlow and niece, Sarah Beth Barlow, many uncles, aunts, and cousins also survive.

Visitation was on Thursday, June 16, 2022, 3-5 p.m. at Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home. Memorial services was on Thursday, June 16, 2022 at 5p.m. In the Chapel of Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Mark Apple officiating.

Memorials can be made to the Granville Museum or Curry's Chapel Church by contacting the funeral home.

Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

 

Kenneth David Dudney

Kenneth David Dudney was born February 163, 1941 in Jackson County, TN and he passed away on Sunday, June 12, 2022 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center at the age of 81.

David was the son of Robert Lee Dudney and Anna Louise Upchurch Dudney. He was a retired employee of Upper Cumberland Electric and an insurance agent. He was a member of the Whitson Chapel Church of Christ. David married Retta Mai Loftis on June 22, 1966 being married for 55 years.

David was preceded in death by his parents.

Survivors include his wife Retta L. Dudney of Cookeville; brother, Larry (Kathy) Dudney of Gainesboro; nephew, Travis (Amy) Dudney of Gordonsville; great nephew, Will Dudney and great niece, Anna Kate Dudney both of Cookeville.

Graveside service was on Thursday, June 16, 2022 at 1p.m. At Dudney Family Cemetery located on Free State Rd. Bro. Edward L. Anderson and Bro. David Flatt officiating.

Memorial donations may be made to the Dudney Family Cemetery by contacting the Funeral Home.

Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

 

Anthony (Tony) Curtis

Anthony (Tony) Curtis was born June 26, 1962 in Cookeville, TN, and he passed away at Cookeville Regional Medical Center Friday, June 10, 2022, at the age of 59.

He was the son of the late Sherman Curtis and Shirley Ann Pippin Curtis. He was a construction worker, and a resident of Cookeville, Tn.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his Brother; Randy Curtis.

Survivors include his Son; Jr. Curtis of Williamsburg, Ky; Step-Daughters; Kelsi Paige Roberts and Brei Roberts of Cookeville, TN; Brother; Ronnie Curtis of Cookeville, TN; Sister: Sandy Curtis of Baxter, TN; and Step-Grandchildren: Asher Herron and Jovi Herron.

The family has chosen cremation with no services at this time.

Memorial donations may be made to the Cancer center of Cookeville, TN by contacting the funeral home.

Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

 

Alton “Al” Hutchings

Alton “Al” Hutchings was born July 5, 1942 in Dekalb County, TN and he passed away at his residence in Cookeville on Saturday, June 11, 2022 at the age of 79.

Al was the son Casto Hutchings and Lilly Myrtle Billings Hutchings. He was a retired ranch foreman and a member of McCoinsville Church of Christ. He was married to Nancy Jo Roberts on May 14, 1982 for 40 years of marriage. Al was a softball coach, Tennessee Volunteer fan, general sports fan and he loved to fish, hunt and work in his garden. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Willard, Herman, Reed, infant son, W.G. Claude and Loyd, sisters, infant girl, Lucille, Ravenell and Lenice; step-grandchild, Cory Poteet' 2 brother-in-laws: Larry and Billy Roberts.

Survivors include his wife, Nancy Jo Hutchings of Cookeville; son, Bruce (Sherry) Hutchings of Baxter, daughter, Beth (David) Trumbly of Conroe, TX; brother-in-law, Tony and Teresa Roberts of Gainesboro; grandchildren, Shavonne, Joshua and Jehu (JoJo); step-great grandchildren, Hannahm Taylor, Payton and Allyson; special friend, Fran Riley. Other relatives and many friends also survive.

Visitation was on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 4-9p.m. And on Wednesday, 9a.m. To 11a.m. At Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home. Funeral services was on Wednesday, June 15, 200 at 11a.m. In the Chapel of Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Duane Gossett and Bro. Jimmy Anderson officiating. Burial will follow in Rob Draper Memorial Cemetery.

Pallbearers was Jackson Willhite, Josh Trumbly, Jehu Trembly, Danny Hutchings, Derrick Hutchings, Mark Hutchings, Kyle Poteet and Wayne Hix.

Memorial donations may be to the Brown Birdwell Cemetery by contacting the funeral home.

Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.