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Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000182 EndHTML:0000003213 StartFragment:0000002441 EndFragment:0000003177 SourceURL:file://localhost/Volumes/SERVER/EDITORIAL/10-11-11/obits/Carr.doc Brian Keith Carr, better known as B. C., age 42, of Westmoreland and formerly of the Green Grove Community passed away on Friday afternoon at his residence. Funeral services for Brian Carr were conducted on Sunday, October 2, at 2 p.m. from the chapel of the Alexander Funeral Home with Elder Eddie Gregory and Brother Tracy Deering officiating. Football Players of 87”, Howard Cochran, and Austin Mathews served as Honorary Pallbearers. Jim Carr, Troy Driver, Todd Christian, Justin Parker, Trever Bohanon, and Shane Nichols served as Active Pallbearers.  Interment followed in the Green Grove Cemetery. Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000182 EndHTML:0000004132 StartFragment:0000002445 EndFragment:0000004096 SourceURL:file://localhost/Volumes/SERVER/EDITORIAL/10-11-11/obits/Carr.doc

Brian was born on November 19, 1968 in Wilson County, Tennessee to the late Ronnie Dale and Marjorie Faye Sloan Carr. He was one of three siblings born to this union. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by; brother, Jeff Carr, grandparents, James Cordell and Nellie Sue Carr, and Ruth and Ray Sloan. Brian had worked in different factories during his life including Lafayette Manufacturing and Peterbilt. He currently was working as a welder. He had previously been married and had two daughters, Brook and Abby. Brian’s personality had made him many friends through the years. He was big hearted and full of laughter, always the life of the party. Brian never met a stranger; he enjoyed talking to anyone who would listen. Hunting was a great passion of his; deer hunting and fishing was Brian’s favorites. He was a huge U. T. football fan, Brian was orange through and through. Nothing was more important on game day than watching U. T. He was saved in July of 1995 at the revival meeting at Rocky Mound, and he had recently started visiting churches in the area, especially Sunrise Missionary Baptist Church.  Brian will be greatly missed by his family and friends. He is survived by; Daughters, Brook Carr of the Rocky Mound Community, Abby Carr of Hartsville, TN, Granddaughter, Ellie Bohanon of the Rocky Mound Community, Sister, Kim (Elton) Mathews of Hartsville, TN, Nephew, Austin Mathews of Hartsville, TN, Special Friend, Sebrina Janawsky of Lafayette, TN, Uncle, Bill (Patsy) Carr of Lafayette, TN, Aunt, Shirley (Mike) Nichols of Lafayette, TN.