Alton Davis Harp age 52 of Greenbrier, passed away on February 10, 2021.

He was born on July 14, 1968 in Springfield to the Noah Harp and the late Jaqueline Casteel Harp and was a graduate of Greenbrier High School. Alton joined the United States Army and worked as a tanker. Once Alton was honorably discharged, he moved to Florida and became a Deputy at the Lake County Sheriff’s Department. Years later he returned home and began working for the Robertson County Sheriff’s Department before venturing out on his own to run his own Electrical and HVAC Company. After September 11, 2001 Alton wanted to do more, so after 16 years of being out of the Military he rejoined the Army National Guard. Alton loved his family and his country.

Alton was described as a loving husband, father and “Al Al” to little Marleigh. He was a family man first and foremost before anything else. He was a builder of anything anybody mentioned they needed. Alton enjoyed watching NASCAR, listening to KISS, raising his two rottweilers, numerous chickens and teaching others new skills. He was a caregiver not only to both of his parents but also to his sister Gwen. Alton was not just a husband but a best friend. Judy and him spent vacations cruising the Caribbean Sea and time in the mountains. He enjoyed having Austin and Kendra work with him, they will always have memories of handing Alton tools and helping out on jobs.

Those life lessons and the many memories of funny viral videos and will keep him close and in their hearts forever.

Alton is preceded in death by his mother Jacqueline “Jackie” Harp.

He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Judy A. Harp; children, Kendra A. Harp (Ronald Martin and daughter, Marleigh) and Austin D. Harp (Kalie Barber); father, Noah D. Harp; siblings, Gwendolyn Ann Caldwell and Randall (Amberlee) Harp; nieces, Addison Harp and Kinslee Harp and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.

A Life Celebration will be at 11am on Saturday, February 27, 2021 at Cross Roads Baptist Church. Online condolences can be made at www.SpringfieldFH.com.

The family request in lieu of flowers donation be made to F&M Bank: 3519 Tom Austin Hwy Springfield TN 37172- for the children’s education.

These arrangements were entrusted to Springfield Memorial Gardens, Funeral Home and Cremation Center: 4005 Memorial Blvd Springfield, TN 37172: 615-384-5437

On Friday, February 12th, 2021, Thomas Edward Cuff, loving husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather, passed away at 72.

Tom was born on November 3rd, 1948, in Hancock, Michigan, and raised by his loving parents, Thomas And Bertha Cuff.

He married his High School Sweetheart, Gayle, on June 7, 1969, and raised their daughter, Tina, in Marquette, MI. They moved to Greenbrier, TN, in 2009 and were active members of Our Lady of the Lourdes Catholic Church. Those who knew Tom would describe him as someone who was a proud family man, a true patriot, and a kind soul. You could always catch him watching his Detroit Red Wings, Green Bay Packers, or making cards on his Cricut.

He served In the US Navy from 1966 to 1969. During his military career, he fought in the Vietnam war and received various awards and medals. Tom was a proud founding and board member of the Vietnam Veterans chapter 380 in Marquette, Michigan. He was an active part of the honor and color guard and member of the American Legion. Tom retired from the Marquette Board of Light and Power in 2001.

He is survived by his loving bride of 51 years, Gayle Cuff, Daughter Tina (John) Hust of Greenbrier TN, Grandson Andrew Hust of Colorado Springs CO, Granddaughter Ashlee(Justin) Wiser and Great Granddaughter Tinley Wiser of Fayetteville TN, Mother Bertha Cuff of Marquette MI, his three sisters, Kathy (Pat) Malay of Gwinn MI, Deanna (Greg) Adams of Marquette MI, And Carol (Mike) York of Shakopee MN, his brother Bruce (Pat) Wagner of Mohawk MI, along with several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Tom was preceded in death by his Father, Thomas J Cuff, grandparents, Mary (Babe) and Thomas D Cuff, and brother James Kahler.

TLC Mortuary Services of Greenbrier has been entrusted with his care.

Mary Elizabeth Lipscomb, age 101 of Ridgetop, TN passed away Friday, February 12, 2021 at Stone Ridge Nursing Home in Ridgetop, TN.

Her funeral services was held at Austin & Bell Funeral Home Springfield on Sunday, February 14th at 2:00 PM with Bro. Michael Smith officiating. Burial followed in Elmwood Cemetery with Stan Cherry, David Cherry, Chris Adcock, Kenny Adams, Dwayne Adcock and Johnny Fisher serving as pallbearers. The family received friends 4pm to 7pm, Saturday, February 13th and 12pm until time of service on Sunday at the funeral home.

She was born is Robertson County, TN on November 25, 1919 to the late Harvey Wesley and Carrie Frances Reynolds Gregory. She was preceded in death by husband and father of her children, Howard Carr; second husband Zelma Lipscomb; daughter, Mary Ellen Mondt; brothers, Walter Gregory, Carl Gregory, Harold Gregory; Raymond Gregory; sisters, Fern Nash, Margaret Fisher and Rachel Starks.

Mrs. Lipscomb was one of the first students in 1957 to attend Jesse Holman Jones Hospital LPN nursing class and where she was able to continue her love of nursing up to her retirement after 28yrs of service. She loved her family, cooking, sewing and going to church. She was a member of Grace Baptist Church.

She is survived by daughters, Frances Adcock of Springfield, Doretha Carr of Springfield, Mildred (Rick) Groves of Portland; sister, Barbara Jean Wilhelm of Greenbrier; 7 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to North Springfield Baptist Church Building Fund.

Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield is in charge of these arrangements. Austin & Bell Funeral Home-509 Walnut Street, Springfield, TN (615) 384-1000

Catherine Price Foster, 79, of Cottontown passed away Monday, February 15, 2021 at Sumner Regional Medical Center.

She was born January 1, 1942 in Charleston, WV to Millard and Dollie Mae Guthrie Price. She worked as a homemaker and was a member of Trinity Fellowship Church.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Donald Ray Foster; son, Michael R. Foster; 2 sisters. She is survived by her sons, Vincent Foster, Hermitage, TN and Rex Allen Foster, Cottontown, TN; daughter, Dollie J. Yeager, Biloxi, MS; sisters, Ruth Ann, Lorraine and Darlena; 6 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren.

Funeral service is scheduled for Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at 6pm in the chapel of Austin & Bell Funeral Home in White House with Bro. Jeff Lamberth officiating. Inurnment will be scheduled at a later date at White House Memorial Gardens. Visitation is planned for Tuesday, February 23, 2021 3-6pm at the funeral home. Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188 (615)672-5000 www.austinandbell.com

Kimberly Kay Alliss, 58, of Springfield passed away Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at her home.

She was born September 8, 1962 in Brook, Indiana to Willie Robert & Martha Kay Brown Sisney. She worked as a trainer for the Lowe’s Distribution Center. She was an avid NASCAR fan, enjoyed History and museums and she enjoyed going “junking” to collect antiques. She is preceded in death by her parents; sister, Erna Woodby. She is survived by her daughter, Terri (Jason) Rich, Omaha, NE; sister, Michele Danford, Raub, IN; 3 grandchildren, Braden, Kaylee and Cameron.

Funeral service is scheduled for Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 2pm in the chapel of Austin & Bell Funeral Home in White House. Interment will follow in White House Memorial Gardens with family and friends serving as pallbearers. Visitation is planned for Wednesday, February 24, 2021 10am until the hour of the service at the funeral home. Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188 (615)672-5000 www.austinandbell.com

Lauren Ashley Reid, 31, of White House passed away Monday, February 15, 2021 at her home.

She was born August 23, 1989 in Nashville, TN to Douglas Scott & Paige Workman Reid. She was a 2007 graduate of White House High School. She then attended Nashville College of Medical Careers, where she learned medical coding. She loved tattoos and cats and worked in sales. She is preceded in death by her mother, Paige Jolynn Workman Reid; paternal grandfather, James Reid; maternal grandparents, Charlie and Linda Clemens. She is survived by her father, Douglas Reid; sister, Kristen Reid; paternal grandmother, Sherold Reid, all of White House, TN.

A graveside service and inurnment is scheduled for Sunday, March 7, 2021 at 2pm in Hillcrest Cemetery with Rev. Bob Snodgrass officiating. There is no public visitation scheduled. Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188 (615)672-5000 www.austinandbell.com

Earl Lloyd Dunn, 77, of Hendersonville passed away February 12, 2021 at the Residence of Alive Hospice.

He was born November 18, 1943 in Sumner County, TN to Burle & Eva Walker Dunn. He worked as a concrete mason before his retirement. He enjoyed riding Harley Davidson motorcycles, and especially enjoyed riding in Bike Rides for charities.

He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Betty Hartley Dunn; 4 brothers, Pete, Roy, Buster & Henry; 3 sisters, Brenda Jean, Margaret Ann & Elsie Mae. He is survived by his daughters, Brenda Jean Dunn, Hendersonville, TN and Jennifer Dunn, Port Richie, FL; brother, Harvey Dunn, Tacoma, WA; sisters, Barbara Dunn and Linda Ann Mooneyhan, both of Cottontown, TN and Mary Sue Roberts, Madison, TN; 3 grandchildren, Breanna, Michael and Joshua.

A memorial service was Monday, February 22, 2021 at 2 pm in the chapel of Austin & Bell Funeral Home in White House. Visitation was Monday, February 22, 2021 11am until the hour of service at the funeral home. Arrangements entrusted to Austin & Bell 533 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188 (615)672-5000 www.austinandbell.com

Mildred Webb Burnette, 93, of Greenbrier, passed from this life into the presence of her Lord on Saturday February 13, 2021 at the home of her daughter in Greenbrier.

A private family graveside service will be conducted Tuesday February 23rd in the Springfield Memorial Gardens with Pastor Jon Briggs officiating.

Mildred Webb Burnette was born in Algood, TN on September 17, 1927 to Morris Brewer Webb and Ethel Lee Rittenberry Webb. She and her family moved to West Nashville in 1934. She loved to reminisce about her time spent roller skating around the city and at the Hippodrome Roller Rink, playing in Centennial Park, helping in her mother’s downtown diner, “The Little Hut,” and working for Kress Five & Dime on 5th Avenue North in Nashville. She attended Tarbox School and was a graduate of Cohn High School. She took courses in Advanced Problems in databased programming at Volunteer State with her son in her later years. She married William Joseph “Bunny” Burnette June 26, 1948. They had three children and shared a wonderful life together on their farm in Greenbrier until he passed away in 1991.

Mildred happily served her church, Calvary Assembly of God formerly Donelson Assembly of God for almost 50 years as secretary and treasurer. She was inspired by Shirley Temple and loved to tap dance! Up into her early nineties, she was known to do a little tap dance at the drop of a hat.

Known affectionately by many as “Nanny Girl”, Mildred had quite a fan club on Facebook in her last 3 years. She was loved by more people than she knew and was the light of her family.

She is survived by a son, William Joseph (Joe) Burnette, Jr. and wife, Lynn (Greenbrier, TN), two daughters, Teresa Ann Melin and husband, Robert (Madison, TN), and Susan Renee Green and husband, Ricky (Greenbrier, TN), Four grandchildren, William Joseph (Trey) Burnette III and wife, Amy, Tyler Burnette and wife, Stefanie, Shelby Andal and husband, Tyler and Michael Green, and wife, Erin, six great-grandchildren, Drew Burnette, Erin Burnette, Connor Andal, Claire Andal, Fallon Green, and Lizzie Burnette. She is survived by two brothers, J. Wallace Webb (Cookeville, TN), and Morris Webb Jr. (Ridgetop, TN). She is also survived by sisters-in-law, Mary Green Webb, Jane Wilson Burnette, and Madean Wilson Burnette, and by many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Ethel Lee Rittenberry Webb Lewis, her father Morris Brewer Webb, and her husband, William Joseph “Bunny” Burnette, Sr.

Please no flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to Highland Chapel Union Church Memorial Fund, PO Box 382, Ridgetop, TN 37152, or to the Alzheimer’s Association, or to your favorite charity in memory of “Nanny Girl”.

Robertson County Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Sherry Black, 60, of Springfield, passed from this life on Saturday February 13, 2021 at the home of her sister in Springfield.

Graveside Entombment services were conducted Saturday February 20, 2021 at 12 noon in the Springfield Memorial Gardens Mausoleum with Brother Patrick Nix, Tim Harris, and Chris Read officiating. Pallbearers were Timothy Black, Bud Johnson, Robert Alan Holman, Shane Toole, Aaron Nix, Chris Read, and Jeff Benton. Honorary pallbearers were the men of the Hope Center in Springfield. There was no visitation prior to the service.

Sherry was born August 20, 1960 in Springfield to the late L.B. and Elizabeth Jo Vanderpool Black. She was a graduate of Jo Byrns High School Class of 1978. She owned and operated Sherry’s Florist for over 39 years in Springfield. She was a member and past president of CTPA (Certified Tennessee Professional Florist). She was a member of Flewellyn Baptist Church, where she taught Sunday school and worked in Women’s Missions and with the Senior Adult’s. Sherry was a dedicated contributor to the Hope Center in Springfield, that has been a mission outreach ministry of Flewellyn Baptist Church. She loved traveling, her animals and pets, and spending time with her family enjoying their many culinary dining out experiences and places of travel together. Flowers were Sherry’s passion, and the love that she had for her family, customers, and many friends was always expressed in the wonderful designs and creations she did at her flower shop. Sherry not only wanted you to see the beauty of the flowers, but to also feel the warmth that they brought to your life and to the lives of others. Whether it was a fresh vase, pall, spray, basket, or one of her many unique wedding designs, Sherry wanted each design to live in your minds, hearts, and thoughts forever.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her beloved dog and child: Willie. Sherry is survived by her sister and brother-in-law: Pam and Bud Johnson of Springfield, by her brother and sister-in-law: Timothy and Peggy Black of Springfield, by her niece: Nikki Reid of Springfield, by her personal friend: Benjamin Clarkson, and by many cousins and friends.

Roberson County Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Charles Robert “Chuck” Douglas, 73, of Greenbrier, passed away on Sunday February 14, 2021 at his home.

His remains were cremated, and no services are scheduled at this time.

Mr. Douglas was born October 22, 1947 in Oil City, PA to the late Robert L. and Betty Gaddess Douglas. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, having served in Vietnam. Mr. Douglas was a retired hotel manager for Holiday Inn. In 2005, he was awarded the Best Holiday Inn Torch Bearer Award and was also recognized for being the 9th Best Holiday Inn worldwide. In his spare time, Mr. Douglas enjoyed golfing.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister: Candy Douglas. Mr. Douglas is survived by his wife: Jacqui Wolf Douglas of Greenbrier, by his sons: Kirk Robert Douglas of Greenbrier and Brandon Wolf of Murfreesboro, by his daughters: Karie Ann Douglas of Rowlett, TX and Kendra Douglas of Greenbirer, by his brother: Gary J. Douglas of Garwin, Iowa, and by his 2 grandchildren: Orion Wolf and Phoenix Nunn.

Robertson County Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Adrian Scott Strange of Greenbrier, TN was 48 years old. He passed away on February 14, 2021 after battling cancer.

He was with his wife of 16 years, married for 12 to his soulmate and best friend, Ashley Strange, on June 13, 2008.

He has left behind his wife, Ashley Strange and his dog Cozmo. His mother, Peggy Lee and her boyfriend, Chris Lesner. Brother, Tim Mallory and his wife Abbie and his two nieces, Savannah and Olivia Mallory. His in-laws, Harold and Ruthie Gay and brother-in-law Brad Gay and sister-in-law Abby Gay and nephew, Will Gay. As well as numerous more family and friends.

He is preceded in death by his father, Aubrey George Strange. His grandmother, Mamie Louise Williams Lee and grandfather, Clarence Lee, Jr.

Adrian loved to fish tournaments and go hunting. He loved Alabama football, ROLLTIDE! He worked as a cabinet installation supervisor for over 30 years. He was a member at Grace Baptist Church of Springfield, TN, was a Christian and Loved the Lord. He Loved to Farm and help his family and friends with anything, he always said that God put him here to help others. He will be Forever Remembered and missed dearly.

There will be a private ceremony with Family and friends at a later date.

TLC Mortuary Services of Greenbrier has been entrusted with his care.

John I. Bourne, Jr., age 85, of Adams, passed away Sunday, February 14, 2021 at NorthCrest Medical Center in Springfield.

Funeral services were held Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 1pm in the chapel of the Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield with Brother Issac Bourne and Brother Tyler Estep officiating. Burial followed in the Bellwood Cemetery with Daniel Sholar, Neil Bourne, Paul Sholar, Kyle Greene, Vince Shepard, Donald Hobgood, Matt Greene, John Gillian and Timmy Head serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers were nieces & nephews, and honorary kids & honorary grandkids.

Visitation was held at the funeral home on Friday, February 19, 2021 from 2-6pm and again on Saturday from 11am until the hour of service at 1pm.

Mr. Bourne was born March 3, 1935 in Adams, TN to the late John and Lois McNeil Bourne, Sr. He was a farmer and member of the Center Point Baptist Church where he was the Music Director for many years. Before attending Center Point Baptist Church he was a Deacon and Music Director at Tiny Town Baptist Church for several years. He served as Robertson County Commissioner, Director of the Farm Credit Board, Board member and President of Planters Grain and Board member of Elmhurst Nursing Home. Mr. Bourne loved to sing and was a member of the The Messengers Quartet for 15 years and was a member of the Woodard Brothers Quartet for 10 years.

In addition to his parents, Mr. Bourne is preceded in death by his wife of 22 years, Ruth Smith Bourne; sisters, Margaret Downing and Jean Poor; brothers, Donald Bourne, Wayne Bourne and Buford Bourne; son-in-law, Vernon Woodard; and granddaughter, Candice Carter.

Mr. Bourne is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, John “Buddy” and Gayle Bourne of Cedar Hill; daughters and sons-in-law, Diane and Jeff Shepard of Adams, Susie and Keith Sholar of Adams and Elaine Woodard of Springfield; 15 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren.

If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Adams Fishermen’s Club. Any donations may be sent in c/o Austin & Bell.

Austin & Bell Funeral Home in Springfield is in charge of these arrangements. Austin & Bell Funeral Home-509 Walnut Street, Springfield, TN (615) 384-1000

On February 4, 2021 God stretched open His holy arms welcoming Kenneth Lee Falls Home for eternal rest.

Kenneth Lee Falls was born to the late Lou Ellen Clayton Falls and William Donald Falls in Springfield, Tennessee on January 7. 1959. Kenneth was raised by his aunt and uncle, Ann Lee Clayton McKissack and Herman McKissack of Springfield, Tennessee. Kenneth was well known by many friends as “Kenny” or “J Falls.”

He attended the Robertson County School System and later decided to join the United States Army.

Kenneth was married to Ms. Debra Pate of Gary, Indiana. He became a proud father of two beautiful daughters.

Kenneth had many accomplishments in his life time. He worked at Nissan of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, the Kroger Company (Dog Food Plant) and Frigidaire Company in Springfield, Tennessee.

In addition to his parents, he had three sisters who also preceded him in death: Joyce Clayton Farmer, Karen Barbee Woodard and Tammy Barbee Griffin, all of Springfield, TN.

Kenneth leaves to cherish his memories: his beautiful wife, Debra Pate Falls of Murfreesboro, TN; two daughters, Shelida Falls (Steven) Kelley of Knoxville, TN; Kenyata Falls (Andrew) Wilson of Murfreesboro, TN; five grand-children:

Ayden Kelly, Autumn Kelly, Amia Kelley of Knoxville, TN, Adonis Wilson, devoted grandson, Malakai Wilson both of Murfreesboro, TN; three sisters, Mary Blakemore, Shawana Barbee and Tamika Dunn all of Springfield, TN; a host of nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great nephews, great-great nieces and nephews, other family and friends.

Viewing and Visitation and Funeral was Wednesday, February 10, 2021 with Elder Marco Partinger, Eulogy and Elder Torey Ellis, Officiant; Interment was in Restlawn Memorial Garden.

W. D. Crowder Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Bryan S Powell, 60, of Central City, KY., passed away Monday, February 15, 2021 at The Waters of Springfield.

Bryan was born in Galesburg, IL to the late David and Elaine Powell and is also preceded in death by his brother, Matthew E Powell. Bryan is survived by his daughter; Nicole (Mark) Stropes of Goodlettsville, TN, Jill (Ricky) Thompson of Portland, TN, Ashley (Donnie) Simon of Woodbury, TN, Katherin Skinner of Hopkinsville, KY and Taylor (Logan) Tatum of Elkton, KY, and his son; Tyler (Brittney) Powell of Woodbury, TN. He is also survived by his 12 grandchildren and 1 great- grandchild.

Bryan was a chef and owned several restaurants, he had a passion for playing the drums in several bands and his hobby was woodworking.

Bryan wished to be cremated and have his ashes spread in Gatlinburg, TN.

The family requests any memorials or contributions be made to the family.

TLC Mortuary Services of Greenbrier has been entrusted with his care.

Benjamin Delano “Ben” Peach, age 61 of Goodlettsville, passed away Sunday, February 14, 2021.

Graveside Service will be at a later date. Mr. Peach was born April 26, 1959 in Nashville, to the late Jesse Franklin Peach and Laura Hill Peach, to whom he was very devoted. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by brothers, Jesse Peach, Billy Peach, and Joe Peach.

He is survived by daughters, Angela Crews (Adam) of Gallatin and Kristina Conyer (John) of Gallatin; and 6 grandchildren, Aidan Crews, Luke Crews, Jacob Crews, Landon Conyer, Finnley Conyer, and Titus Conyer. Mr. Peach was a self-employed electrical engineer and computer programmer and had a black belt in the martial arts. He was a loving father and grandfather.

Online condolences may be submitted at familyheritagefh.com. Family Heritage Funeral Home has been honored to assist the family.

Recommended for you