Paul Wayne Rhoton
Paul Wayne Rhoton, age 73, of Nashville passed away on August 3, 2021 at Centennial Medical Center.
Funeral services were held at the Madison Church of Christ, Madison, TN on August 7, 2021. An additional graveside service was conducted August 8, 2021 at Pitcock Cemetery near Moss, TN with Dale Reagan officiating. Paul was retired as the painting supervisor on the General Jackson Showboat. He especially enjoyed theseveral maintenance trips down the Mississippi to dry dock in New Orleans and the conversations with John Hartford along the way. He was avid fan of UT sports as well as the Titans and Red Sox professional teams.
He was proceeded in death by his parents, Jasper Reed Rhoton and Flora Denton Rhoton; sisters Jewel and Sherry; brothers Darrell, Carl, and Jackie. He is survived by his wife of 52 years Janice Brady Rhoton; son Nathan; daughter Stephanie; grandsons Olman Rhoton and Josue Rhoton; sisters Ina Davis and Sandra Head; brothers Fred, Jerry, and Mike.
He will be sadly missed by numerous other relatives, and the hundreds of people he befriended throughout his life.
Ray Buck, 67, of Celina, passed away on August 29, at Livingston Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held at the Upton-Hay Funeral Home on September 3.
He worked many jobs in many different capacities; however, many know him for the business he owned and operated for many years, Shanky Branch Bar. Held the title for best pizza in town for several years.
He was proceeded in death by his parents, Terry and Zilphia Lee (Carter) Buck; two sons, Willis Ray Buck Jr. and Jerry Carter; four brothers, Terry Gene Buck, Jerry Buck, Jimmy Buck and Nathan Buck; three sisters, Pearl Buffenbarger, Anna Diddion and Jeanette Hudson.
He is survived by his spouse, Terrie Buck; four sons, Adam Buck, Allen Buck, Brandon Buck and Joel (Rhonda) Carter; one daughter, Sherry Ellis; 12 grandchildren, Sherell, Ashley, Mariah, AJ, Dakota, Skylar, Peyton, Joelissa, Gavin, Jerrica, Olivia and Jacob; two sisters, Helen (Danny) McFadden and Patty Ellis; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, friends and neighbors that will mourn his passing.
He will be missed by all those who had the pleasure of knowing him