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Joe Hackett, 76 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Joe Hackett, age 76 of Red Boiling Springs, TN passed away Monday afternoon, August 27, 2012 at the Hendersonville Medical Center in Hendersonville.  Funeral services for Joe Hackett were conducted Friday afternoon, August 31, 2012 at 1 p.m. from the chapel of the Anderson & Son Funeral Home in Red Boiling Springs, TN with Elder Micheal Robertson officiating.  Interment followed in the Whitley Cemetery.  Honorary pallbearers were Logan Seets, members of the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church and his Friday Night Friends.  Active Pallbearers were Dustin Hackett, Larry Jones, Mike Hackett, Larry Goad, Kyle Hollis and Prentice Miller.
Joe was born Friday March 6, 1936 in Macon County, Tennessee, one of five siblings of the late Mance and Hattie Montgomery Hackett. On August 30, 1958, he married the former Bobbie Ann Hudson, who preceded him in death on October 13, 2007.  In addition to his wife and parents, he was also preceded in death by his sister, Olene Kemp.  Joe was a farmer, carpenter and a member of the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church where he was ordained as a deacon on August 3, 1986.  He loved his family and his church.  He also loved to go to the Macon County Senior Citizens Center in Lafayette and to go out and eat on Friday nights with his friends.
Survivors include: daughter, Sabrina Sikora, Charlotte, N.C.,  sons & daughters-in-law, Joey & Mylinda “Punkin” Hackett and Waylon & Angela Hackett all of Lafayette, sisters, Esto Miller and Jewel Bell, Red Boiling Springs, brother & sister-in-law, H.C. & Gladys Hackett, Lafayette, granddaughters, Coty Hackett, Kelsey Seets and Delilah Hackett, grandsons, Dustin Hackett and Logan Seets.

Vela Mae Doss Taylor, 93 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Vela Mae Doss Taylor, age 93, of Scottsville, passed away on Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at the Cal Turner Extended Care Pavilion. She was born in Macon County, Tennessee to the late James and Valeria Allen Doss. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Clifford Taylor; sons; Larry Taylor, and Phil Taylor; brothers, Burton Doss, Telvis Doss, Carlos Doss, J.W. Doss; sisters, Hettie Doss Harrison, Sammie Doss Brady, Ozelle Doss Jones, and Kelsey Doss. She is survived by a son, Roger Taylor (Beverly) of Bowling Green; daughters, Helen Mitchell, Sue Whitney (John), Faye Johnson (Don) all of Scottsville, Marsha Goad (Roger) of Lafayette, Tennessee, Joy Holland (Danny) of Scottsville; twenty-seven grandchildren; forty-six great-grandchildren; twenty great-great-grandchildren; daughter-in-law, Treva Taylor of Scottsville. Funeral Service will be conducted on Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at 4 P.M. from the chapel of Strode Funeral Home in Scottsville with Elder J.E. Shoulders officiating. Family will serve as active and honorary pallbearers. Interment will follow in the Durham Springs Cemetery.
Visitation will begin after 6 P.M. on Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at the Strode Funeral Home and after 7:30 A.M. on Wednesday, August 29, 2012. Memorial donations are suggested to the Durham Springs Cemetery Fund.

Inez Neal Keen Perdue, 87 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Inez Neal Keen Perdue was born in Macon County on Saturday, September 20, 1924, the only child born to the late James W. and Rachel Willis Keen. She departed this life on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at the age of 87 years, 11 months and 1 day. Funeral services for Inez Perdue were conducted from the Rocky Mound Missionary Baptist Church at 11 a.m. on Friday, August 24th with Elder Jeff Likens and Elder Don Watts officiating. Pallbearers were Steve Herbert, Charles Wilkerson, Elder Bobby Hale, Myron Perdue, Jerry Yates and Johnny Smith. Interment followed in the Rocky Mound Cemetery. Inez was only 8 years old when her mother passed away. Even though Rachel had to leave her young daughter at an early age, she greatly influenced Inez’s life as long as she lived. After the death of her mother, Inez and her dad lived with her grandparents. Many loving aunts and uncles assisted in the upbringing of this young lady. They supplied much of her material needs and lots of love. At the age of 17, Inez married Ordis W. “Tom” Perdue on September 27, 1941 in Franklin, KY. To this union was born one daughter, Virginia, in 1943. Inez was saved by the grace of God at the age of 19 during revival at Rocky Mound in August of 1944. However, she did not tell anyone until 1949 during which time she and Tom were working in the tobacco patch together. They began talking about God’s goodness; she got to rejoicing, and told of being saved back in 1944. She later joined Rocky Mound Church in 1954. She was baptized on July 25, 1954 along with several others, including her husband, Tom, and their daughter, Virginia. Inez was most definitely acquainted with hard work. She was a homemaker, helped Tom with the farming, and worked in a sewing factory for many years. In later years, they cared for the cemetery at Rocky Mound, which was a labor of love for both of them. After losing Tom in 2007, Inez lived alone. She spent many lonely hours without complaint. Inez was not perfect because none are, but she set a wonderful example for her family and friends. To say that she was a wonderful mother, grandmother and great-grandmother is certainly an understatement. She truly loved her church and attended as long as her health permitted. She leaves to mourn her passing, a daughter and son-in-law, Virginia and Kenneth Meador of Lafayette; granddaughter and her husband, Tammye and Tim Hewitt of Lafayette; grandson and his wife, Chad and Jenna Meador of Murfreesboro; great-granddaughter and her husband, Jessica and Casey Cole of the Rocky Mound Community; a sister-in-law, Dorothy Bullington of Lafayette; and a step-sister, Loretta Pedigo of the Rocky Mound Community. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Anna Mae Ragland, 94 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Anna Mae Ragland was born on December 11, 1918 in Macon County, Tennessee to the late Cecil Smith Ragland, and Fleeta Krantz Ragland.  She was one of ten siblings born to this family.
Anna Mae was married as a young woman to Alvin Buck.  Later, on June 6, 1959 she was married to Donald Alvis Haddock sharing forty-two years together, he preceded her in death on September 10, 2001. Besides her husbands and parents; son, Dean Buck, brothers, Henry Ragland, Charles Ragland, and Ed Ragland, sisters, Olean Butler, Frances Ragland, Irene Leach, Zelma Wheeler, and Gloria Duran also preceded her in death. Anna Mae was kept very busy raising six children.  She also worked as a seamstress for Form-fit Rogers, retiring around 1964.
Family was top priority to Anna Mae. She always loved spending time with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Anna Mae was known for her good cooking, and always had plenty on the table.  She also enjoyed piecing quilts in her spare time. She was saved as a girl and baptized in 1934 at Lafayette Missionary Baptist Church. On Wednesday, August 15th, the Lord called Anna Mae home. She was a loving and caring lady, that will be greatly missed by her loved ones and many friends. Anna Mae is survived by; Sons, Robert (Peggy) Buck of Gallatin, Danny (Vicki) Buck of the Leonard Community, Larry Sexton of Lebanon, Daughters, Janice (Dale) Gregory, and Judy (Lynn) Newberry both of Lafayette, Daughter-in-law, Suzi Buck of Venice, FL, Brother, Jerry (Wanda) Ragland of Murfreesboro, Six grandchildren and Three great-grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Saturday at 2 pm from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Elder Kyle Gammons officiating.  Interment followed in the Macon County Memorial Gardens.

John Thomas Spencer, 69 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, August 28, 2012

John Thomas Spencer was born on February 16, 1943 in Cattaraugus, New York to the late Robert Thomas Spencer and Margaret Jane Taylor Spencer. John was one of three sons born to this union. Besides his parents; brother, Ronald Robert Spencer also preceded him in death. John was raised in New York and went to college at Alfred University. He went to work for American Greetings Corporation after graduating college. The company opened a plant here in Lafayette, Tennessee and John later moved here to become plant manager, in 1982. John stayed with the company for thirty-five years, before retiring in 2000. Everyone that knew John appreciated what he stood for. He was a strong man, but with a caring and giving heart. John put in a lot of hours, trying to help Macon County prosper. He was a member of the Lafayette Rotary Club and served as president in 1992 and 1993. In 1992, John was also president of the Chamber of Commerce. John also supported Macon County’s, “Relay for Life Teams” and helped his employees each year to raise money. He has three children, Shane, Garth, and Coffee, who could always count on him as a father and a friend. Family was top priority to John. He never missed going to a grandchild’s ball game and most of the time you heard him yelling from the bleachers. John was an avid sports fan, and enjoyed watching all types. He was the owner of walking horses for a time and enjoyed showing them. He had won several ribbons and trophies during this time. John also enjoyed teeing off at the golf course with his friends, and playing cards; on his days off. On Saturday, August 18, 2012 at the age of 69, John departed this world. Macon County lost a man of great magnitude, and John’s family loss a loving father and dear friend. John is survived by; Daughters and Son-in-law, Shane Elizabeth (Scottie Lane) Sliger, and Daughter, Coffee Middaugh, Son, Garth Middaugh, Granddaughter, Dani Deshai Tirjan and Jonathan Whittemore, Grandson, Jeffrey Robert Thomas Sliger, Great Grandsons, Tallon Bryce Whittemore and Leevi Lane Sliger, Brother, Terrance James (Patricia)Spencer. A Memorial Service was conducted Tuesday, August 21 from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Mike Rogers officiating.  Serving as Honorary Pallbearers were; Mike McClard, Wayne King, Demps Breeding, Connie “P-Nut” Wilburn, Jerry Driver, Jimmy Henson, Ronnie Wilburn, Steve Barnard, Randall Polston, and David Junker. Family requests memorials in the form of donations be made to the Macon County Relay for Life, these can be made at the funeral home office.

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