Mr. Fred Bean, Sr.

 

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May 3, 1926 – March 30, 2017

Services

Saturday, April 1, 2017
Public Viewing: 5:30 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.
Nelson & Sons Memorial Chapel
824 Lipscomb Street, Shelbyville, TN

Sunday, April 2, 2017
Family Visitation: 1:30 P.M.
Funeral Service: 3:00 P.M.

Elm Street Church of Christ
44 Elm Street North
Lynchburg, Tennessee

Interment
Mulberry Cemetery
Mulberry, Tennessee

Fred Bean, Sr. was born May 3, 1926 to the late Jody and Mattie Pearl Parks Bean.  He left this earthly life on Thursday, March 30, 2017.

Fred Bean, Sr. was educated in Kelso, TN.  He worked and retired from the Jack Daniels Distillery after 25 years in 1991.

He was a member of the Elm Street Church of Christ in Lynchburg, TN for over 60 years.  Fred loved his family, family gatherings, farming, cars, and his dogs.

In December of 1942, Fred married Annie G. Cannon Bean, and to this union, nine children were born.  They had a special relationship with Zeno and Wilma Early who have been friends of the family for over 50 years.

Fred was preceded in death by his wife, Annie G. Cannon Bean; parents, Jody and Mattie Pearl Parks Bean; two sons, Fred Bean, Jr. and Bobby Bean; daughter, Nannie Trollinger; granddaughter, Mary L. Reese; son-in-law, Tommy Reese, Jr.; daughter-in-law, Jeanette Hampton Bean; two sisters, Gladys Webb and Josephine Bean; and five brothers, Robert, James, Wilfred, Joe and Thelbert Bean.

Fred leaves to cherish his memories, three daughters, Anne Bailey, Mary (Walter) Wright and Melody (Allen) Dalton; three sons, Thomas (Margaret) Bean, Jerry Bean and Stanley Bean; sister-in-law, Alice Bailey; 18 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.

Mr. Charles William Divens

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April 8, 1938 – March 28, 2017

Services

Friday,  March 31, 2017
Public Viewing: 2:30 P.M. – 5:00 P.M
Nelson & Sons Memorial Chapel
824 Lipscomb St., Shelbyville,  TN

Saturday,  April 1, 2017
Family Visitation: 11:00 A.M.
Funeral Service: 12:00 Noon

Bird Street Church of Christ
428 Bird Street
Shelbyville, Tennessee

Interment
Willow Mount Cemetery
Shelbyville, Tennessee

As of March 28, 2017, we know that Heaven is a brighter place because God has brought home one of his loyal and faithful servants.

Enjoy you Heavenly Rest Charles, it is much deserved.

Today, we have all stopped to celebrate the Life of Charles William Divens. Charles was born on April 8, 1939 in Petersburg Tennessee to the late HUB (BEAR) and ANNIE MAE DIVENS.  He departed this life on Tuesday, March, 28, 2017.

Charles received his education in his early years in the Public School System in Petersburg and Fayetteville, Tennessee, later graduating from Bedford County Training School in Shelbyville, Tennessee.

Charles obeyed the Gospel, accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior under the leadership of Brother Vick Hensley at the Mulberry Street Church of Christ in Fayetteville, Tennessee, later placing his membership at Bird Street Church of Christ.  HE TRULY LOVED THE LORD, and always worked diligently in the Church.  He was a farmer by trade and always worked hard at any task given to him.

If you knew him or ever met him, you loved him.  He was one of the nicest and kindest person, with a warm greeting, kind deeds and willingness to aid any worthy person or cause.  He will be greatly missed

Charles was preceded in death by his God Mothers, Sarah Mae Greer, Audie Lee Porter and Rebecca Harper.  They all loved him very much and was always there for him; friends, George Greer and Carolyn Reese.

Charles will always be remembered in the hearts and minds of many.  his honorary nieces, nephews, cousins by way of the Greer, Porter and Harper families; longtime friend Joseph Greer, whom he loved very much; his Bird Street Church of Christ family; and the area wide Church of Christ families.

Mr. William “Tim Buck” Timothy Buchanan

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October 17, 1955 – March 30, 2016

Services

Monday, April 4, 2016
Public Viewing: 4:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.
Nelson & Sons Memorial Chapel
824 Lipscomb Street, Shelbyville, TN

Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Family Visitation: 12:00 Noon
Funeral Service: 1:00 P.M.

Sevier Street First Baptist
921 Sevier Street
Shelbyville, TN  37160

Interment
Willow Mount Cemetery
Shelbyville, Tennessee

On October 17, 1955 one of God’s heavenly angels entered this world, William Timothy, affectionately called “Tim Buck” by his family and friends. He made his transition from this life to his heavenly home on March 30, 2016. He was born to the proud parents of the late William (Herbert) and the late Margaret “Sis” Buchanan.

Tim Buck was a kind, gentle and fun loving person who liked to cause amusement and laughter to family and friends. He always had an infectious smile on his face. Anyone who knew him considered him to be a true and loyal friend. He would give his shirt off his back to help others. He also had a bubbly personality and he never met a stranger.

Tim Buck enjoyed working with horses and detailing cars. Tim Buck was loved by everyone around him and will be sadly missed.

He leaves to morn his precious memories, siblings, Veronica (Paul) Teague of Shelbyville, TN, Barbara (Robert) Wilson, Helen (Ricky) Thomas of Cleveland, Ohio, George (Veronica) Buchanan of Murfreesboro, TN, Sarah (Charles) Garrett and Precilla Leslie of Shelbyville, TN; He was preceded in death by one niece Bridgette Buchanan. Also leaves to cherish his memories, nieces, Tryna (Deon) McCaulley, Natasha Thomas, Giorgiette (GiGi) Buchanan, Lashonda Campbell and Latoya Leslie; nephews, Michael Wilson, Derrion Buchanan and Steven Leslie; and a host of many cousins, relatives and special friends.

Perry Lepal Osborne

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July 14, 1985 – March 29, 2016

Service

Saturday, April 2, 2016
Family Visitation: 11:00 A.M.
Funeral Service: 12:00 Noon

Hwy 231 Church of Christ
4331 Shelbyville Hwy
Murfreesboro, TN

Interment
Johnson Road Cemetery
Christiana, TN

He leaves to cherish his loving memories, his special and devoted mother Deborah “Dee Dee” McGee of Bell Buckle, TN; father Perry Lewis Osborne of Nashville, TN; three sisters, Rakisha Burns, Autumn Harris and Jackie Brinkley all of Murfreesboro, TN; four brothers, Jesse James of Murfreesboro, TN, Steven McGee of Bell Buckle, TN, Jordan Streeter of Shelbyville, TN and Christopher Gooch of Nashville, TN; grandmothers, Vinnie Rucker of Bell Buckle, TN and Emma Gooch of Murfreesboro, TN; aunts, Valisa (Geno) Demons of Mableton, GA, Trina (Greg) Pugh of Cleveland, TN, Barbara Smith, Ronita Smith and Annie Smith all of Murfreesboro, TN; uncles, Timmy (Wilma) Osborne, Allen Osborne of Murfreesboro, TN, Luke Osborne, Lonnie (Winona) Osborne of Cleveland, TN, Jim Smith and Thomas Gooch of Murfreesboro, TN; and a host of other aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

Perry Lepal Osborne was born on July 14, 1985 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee to the late Sally Smith and Perry Lewis Osborne.

He departed this life on March 29, 2016 at his home in Bell Buckle, Tennessee.  He attended Bedford County Schools.

Mr. Frank “Sony” Lymon, Jr.

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August 15, 1946 – March 10, 2016

Services

Friday, March 18, 2016
Public Viewing: 1:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.
Smith Brothers Funeral Home
706 Monroe St, Nashville, TN 37208

Saturday, March 19, 2016
Family Visitation: 12:00 Noon
Funeral Service: 1:00 P.M.

Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
291 Wayne Street
Columbia, TN 38401

Interment
Ole Howell Field Cemetery
Hampshire, TN

“Come unto me all ye that are heavy laden, and I will give you rest”
St. Matthew 11: 28

My name is Mister Frank Lymon, Jr. some call me “Sony”.  I was born on August 15, 1946 to the late Lillie Lee Smith-Lymon and Frank Lymon, Sr.  I have a loving and devoted sister Allene (Alfonzo) Jordon and a lovely and intelligent niece LaKisha Bradley and a loyal uncle and friend J.C. Venoy, “my brother”.  My parents early demise led me to the loving care of my grandmother Lucille Booker Smith Venoy “Momma T” (deceased).  I accepted Christ into my life at a young age; for whom I am thankful.  I attended Davidson County school system, Ford Green, Washington and Pearl High Schools and later Lewis County High School where for the first time some got introduced by me to the “slam dunk”.  I studied and became a basketball standout and captain as well as met my soon to be wife, Ollie Louise Kittrell-Lymon (deceased); together we had five beautiful children: Linda Lymon (Hampshire, TN), William Eugene Lymon (deceased), Maria Louise Lymon (Old Hickory, TN), Frank Lymon, III (Nashville, TN), Gary Lymon (Hendersonville, TN); a little later on in life, to my surprise I had my youngest son, DeShawn Lymon (Nashville, TN) whom I have enjoyed in my life.

I made my life as a laborer, carpenter, truck driver, business owner (Wild Thang Lounge) and cook…I love cooking, BBQ was my specialty and you gotta have some collards; y’all may have had some. I enjoy classic cars (Chevy man) had a few too, back in the day; but to have a feeling of true serenity I fished.  There’s not a more relaxing way to spend time with ones thoughts and with the Lord.  I’ve had some good catches too…even mounted a large marlin I once caught.  I settled making my home in North Nashville where I lived with my longtime companion, Juanita Miller.

I have been blessed with eleven grandchildren, Lionel Lymon, Zaquitsha/Shamels Mohumad, Naketta/Martus, Marquisha Jackson, Shawn Lymon, Desmond Lymon, Deja Lymon, Mercedees Drumwright, Armani Lymon, Keygarian Lymon and Keyontay Lymon; nine great grandchildren, Omari, Zaria, Ma’Nija, Malaiyah, Harmony, Daniel, Maria, Jedidiah, Zaivion; and God bless you all as well as a host of longtime friends, associates, cousins and other related family members.