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Headstones

In our efforts to preserve family history, headstones and monuments are a now available and on display at the Funeral Home. Headstones are memorials of remembrance, aiding in the study of the family's history. They are made of especially strong and permanent rock. The can express words of optimism and inspiration or a sentiment reflecting eternal love.

 

 

Granite stone: Granite is a hard stone and requires skill to carve by hand. Modern methods of carving include using computer-controlled rotary bits and sandblasting over a rubber stencil.

 

Marble and Limestone: Both limestone and marble take carving well. Marble is a recrystallized form of limestone. Marble became popular from the early 19th century, though its extra cost limited its appeal.

 

 

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Obituaries

"When memories remain, let them be beautiful."

Kevin T. Ewing

Death Notice Kevin T. Ewing We regret to inform you that, Kevin Troy Ewing, age 54, of Marshall County, closed his eyes for the last time on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Maury Regional Medical Center in Columbia, Tennessee. He was the son of the late H.V. Ewing, Jr. and Annie Katherine Ewing. He attended…

Lillian Lee Gentry

Death Notice for Mrs. Lillian Lee Gentry We regret to inform you that Mrs. Lillian Lee Gentry, age 82, passed on Thursday, June 1, 2017 at Vanderbilt Medical Center, after an extended illness. She was an exalted member of Greater First Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents Johnnie V. and Martha…

Catherine H. Yeargins

We regret to inform you that Mrs. Catherine Yeargins, age 66, closed her eyes for the last time on Sunday, May 21, 2017 at Marshall Medical Center in Lewisburg, Tennessee. She was a member of Second Avenue Church of Christ. She was preceded in death by her parents, Gertrude Stafford and General Hardin; her son,…

Billy W. Hayes

We regret to inform you that Mr. Billy W. Hayes, age 78, after a prolonged illness at NHC Oakwood, passed in Maury Regional Medical Center. He was a member of Eastside Church of Christ in Petersburg. He was preceded in death by his wife Barbara Edmiston Hayes, his father Warren Hayes and three brothers: Ray,…