Vertie Marie Dailey
Vertie Marie Dailey, 59 of Celina, passed away on Feb. 2 at the Cookeville Regional Medical Center in Cookeville. Funeral Services were held on Feb. 5 at the Upton-Hay Funeral Home with Lucian Finch officiating. Interment followed in the Turkeytown Cemetery. C. J. Breedlove, Phillip Jennings, Kenny Dailey, Brandon Short, Ricky Short and Logan Jennings served as active pallbearers.
She was born on Nov. 22, 1959 in Overton County. She is remembered as a funny, kind-hearted woman who enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She spent her adulthood as a homemaker and loved providing for her son, Kelly. She was of the Church of Christ faith.
She was preceded in death by parents, James Wesley and Delpha (Johnson) Dailey; lifetime companion, Turner Boles; brother, Ronnie “Runt” Dailey; and nephew, Mark Dailey.
Surviving relatives include son, Kelly Boles of Celina; brother, Carlos “Sonny” Dailey of Quebec, Tenn.; sisters, Hallie Burchett of Quebec, Mildred Short and husband, Shelby of Celina and Mary Ellis of Celina; nieces and nephews, Kenny Dailey, Ronnie “ToJo” Short, Shirley Jennings and husband, Phillip, Tonya Dailey, Shelia Breedlove and husband, Casey, Ricky Short and wife, Brittney; sister-in-law, Tammy Dailey; and many special friends.
Robin Dale Meadows
Robin Dale Meadows, 45 of the Happy Hollow Community near the Milestown Community in Clay County, passed away on Feb. 1 at the WyndRige Health & Rehab Center in Crossville. Funeral services were held on Feb. 6 from the chapel of Anderson & Son Funeral Home in Red Boiling Springs with Kenny Westmoreland officiating. Interment followed in the Mt. Vernon Cemetery. Honorary Pallbearers were Ronnie Killmon, Steven Kirby, Curtis Pitcock, Russell Meadows, Trent Murphy, Brian Gass and Jody Meadows. Brian Goolsby, Greg Meadows, Ronnie Parsons, Josh Justice, Justin Kirby, Kevin Rush, Larry McLerran and Waylon Rush served as active pallbearers.
He was born on Feb. 29, 1973 in Monroe County, Ky. He was a member of the Happy Hollow Church of Christ. He was a former employee for the Tennessee Highway Patrol dispatch center.
Surviving relatives include wife, Regina (Hildabrand) Meadows; parents, Bobby Dale and Mary Sue (Rush) Meadows; brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Stena Meadows of Greenville, Tenn.; niece, Emma Grace Meadows of Greenville; and host of other relatives and friends.
Card Of Thanks
From the family of Mrs. Bonzie O. Adams McLearran Guffey
We are late on thanking everyone since mama’s death on 11/27/2018 and we are sorry about that.
Mama raised us wonderfully. She worked 2 jobs most of the time to make sure we had what we needed to survive. We all have been so lucky to have her in each of our lives. We could not have asked for a better mama to have raised us and loved us. (All of us were her favorites.)
We would like to thank each and every person that did anything in any way to help us in mama’s sickness and death. We APPRECIATED each kind act whatever it may have been. If it being cooking, coming by, praying, sending food, saying a kind word, making something to help comfort her, calling and being there for us all. Just knowing how many friends she had has been so honoring to her an all of us. Special thanks to Hall’s Funeral Home and employees. Mama had each season through the time of passing until we laid her in the grave. She had snow, sleet, rain, sunshine, fog on the water and darkness. Thank you to Michael Pratt for letting our family do what we wanted to getting the last ride by Moody’s Boat Dock and being a late service to get buried by flashlight and cell phone service lights. Thanks to the sheriff’s department for providing escort service and all the pallbearers for packing mama out and to the grave and covering her. We appreciated all of you. Thanks to Brad Burkett for the memorial service and tribute to mama, it was special. Jimmy Chilton we want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for singing Billy Joe’s song he wrote for her. It made mama smile from heaven. Special thanks to the great grandkids and children for singing at the gravesite.
Again we would like to express our gratitude for all the kindness that each of you has shown our family.
Ralph Guffey, Walter William Mclearran, Jr., Billy and Kathy Mclearran, Annette Gilpatrick and Jack and Jeannie Lafever.