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Lera Carter PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Lera Carter, 97, Mt. Juliet, died Sunday, June 16. 

Carter was a member of Fellowship Baptist Church and had worked in the cafeteria at Mt. Juliet High School for several years. She was the daughter of the late, Robert and Eather Brown Ferrell. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Charlton Carter; siblings, Oscar Ferrell, Thelma Wade, Avie Lannom, Rena Wade and Ona Robinson and her son-in-law, Herman Toombs. 

She is survived by: daughter, Judy Toombs; grandchildren, Wendi (Rodney) Cathey and Toby (Terrie) Toombs; great-grandchildren, Caroline Cathey and Tucker Toombs.

Funeral services will be conducted 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 19, at Bond Memorial Chapel with Rev. Bobby Goode and Rev. Billie Friel officiating. Interment will follow at Wilson County Memorial Gardens. Active pallbearers will be Toby Toombs, Rodney Cathey, Bill Hicks, Troy Smith, Wayne Carter, James Woodall and Noel Reese.

Visitation was. Tuesday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663, www.bondmemorial.com 

 
Jacqueline E. Holliday PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Jacqueline “Jackie” E. Holliday, 63, passed away June 14. 

She is preceded in death by parents John Robertson and Kitty Mitchell. 

She is survived by: loving husband of 44 years, Steve Holliday; sons, Steve and Scott Holliday, two precious grandchildren, Steven and Haven Holliday, brother, Benny Mitchell and a host of family and friends. 

Jackie had a zest for life, her smile and presence lit up any room she entered. She was a loving mother, grandmother and wife. Her love for life will be carried on through her children and grandchildren. She will truly be missed by all. 

Funeral services were Tuesday, June 18 with Rev. Frank Batson officiating. Visitation was Monday. 

 
Janet Marilyn Manners Yokley Noll PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Janet Marilyn Manners Yokley Noll, was born Aug. 26, 1930 in Tacoma, Wash. and passed away June 11 in Nashville after an extended battle with cancer. 

Noll lived in and traveled to many exotic locations worldwide. She spent the major portion of her retired life in Bradenton, Fla. before returning to the Nashville area. Noll was the daughter of the late, Bertram F. and Ruby A. Noll. She was also preceded in death by the father of her children, Robert Leon Manners.  

She is survived by:children, Robert Michael (Jill) Manners, Pam (Chuck) Curran and Sheri Tidwell; brother, Bert (Judy) Noll; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren

A Celebration of Life was conducted by the Rev. Joseph Patrick Breen Saturday, June 15 at St. Edward Catholic Church, 188 Thompson Ln., Nashville, TN.

The family would like to thank Alive Hospice for their tender and loving care.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Cumberland Heights or Alive Hospice.

Visitation was Friday and prior to service time Saturday at the church. 

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663, www.bondmemorial.com.

 
Della Brandt PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Della Brandt of Mt Juliet, peacefully left this world on June 3rd, 2013. Heaven gained a fighter, but we lost an angel in the process.

A Celebration of Life was Monday June 10 at Silver Springs Baptist Church, located on 9938 Lebanon Rd in Mt Juliet, TN 37122. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Della Brandt Memorial Fund are being accepted at First Freedom Bank.

Della fought, encouraged and battled to raise awareness of childhood cancer; all the while battling her own cancer. Della and her husband (Robert Brandt) use their passion of softball to mentor countless young ladies in pursing their dreams of higher education, sports and life achievements. Della worked for the County Clerks Office in Mt Juliet for many years until illness required more recovery time.

Della is survived by her husband of twenty years, Robert “Bobby” Brandt. Bob and Ann Brandt (father and mother in law), Sharen Perrine (sister in law), Karen Mckenzie (sister in law), Melissa Perrine (niece) and Daniel Perrine (nephew). A special mention to the Nashville Nighthawks Girls and their families, they also have a special place in the heart of Della. Too numerous to list are all the people who are left with Della’s fingerprints on their lives and the wonderful memories of her laugh. In the words of Della, hug your babies a little tighter and love everyone.

 
Rev. Will Davis Campbell PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Rev. Will Davis Campbell man of constant comfort to the biblical “least of these,” died peacefully in the unbroken circle of his extended family on Monday evening, June 3, 2013. He was 88. A native of Amite County, MS, he and his two brothers and one sister were the children of Lee Webb and Hancie Parker Campbell. Will was ordained to the ministry at East Fork Baptist Church near his family’s farm when he was 17 and enlisted in the army soon thereafter, serving as a medic in the South Pacific during World War II. In 1946 he married Brenda Fisher, whom he had met at Louisiana College in Pineville before he joined the army. Will went on to complete his higher education, earning degrees at Wake Forest, Tulane and Yale Universities; he received the Doctor of Divinity at Yale in 1952. Returning to the South, Rev. Campbell served for two years as pastor of a Baptist church in Taylor, LA, before becoming principal campus chaplain at the University of Mississippi. He was eased out by the school administration in 1956 because of his outspoken support of racial integration. The Campbells then moved to Nashville, and Will became a special representative in the South for the National Council of Churches. By the mid-1960s, he and Brenda and their three children had settled on a small farm near Mt. Juliet, in Wilson County, and Will was named director of the Committee of Southern Churchmen, a lay organization of whites and blacks working since the 1930s to bring a social gospel of reconciliation and hope to the masses of Southerners who suffered from racism, poverty, discrimination and neglect. Down through the years, the Campbell farm became a safe harbor and place of healing for uncounted hundreds of troubled souls and kindred spirits. Will’s “church without a steeple” attracted a wonderful menagerie of humanity—defrocked ministers, country music “outlaws,” alienated academics, hard-bitten journalists, Ku Klux Klan members, student protesters, Black Panthers, Vietnam War resisters, runaway children, death-row inmates and sundry other untouchables shunned by polite society. “We’re all bastards, but God loves us anyway,” Will was fond of saying. “If you love one, you gotta love ‘em all.” He wrote 17 books, the most celebrated of which was Brother to a Dragonfly, and received numerous honors, including personal words of praise for “Brother Will” from Jimmy Carter and a Presidential Medal from Bill Clinton—two Southerners and national chief executives who admired his conviction.

In addition to his parents, Will was preceded in death by his brother, Joseph Lee Campbell, and sister Lorraine Campbell Honea. 

Survivors include: Brenda Fisher Campbell, his wife of 67 years; brother Paul Edward Campbell (Bettye); daughter Penny Elizabeth Campbell; daughter Bonnie Ruth Campbell (Steven Hallman); son Lee Webb Campbell II (Donna Bandy Campbell); and four grandchildren: Will Harlan Dylan Campbell (Amy Lynn Waples), Kyle Lindsey Campbell, Will Davis Campbell II and Cole Bandy Campbell.

A memorial service for Will will be held at noon Saturday, June 22, at St. Stephen Catholic Community, 14544 Lebanon Rd., with family visitation preceding at 11 a.m. and continuing at the church after the service. The Campbell family wishes to express its deepest affection and gratitude to the staff of the Richland Place Health Center for their thoroughly professional, warmly personal and always loving care of Will over the past two years. In lieu of flowers, the family has suggested that alternative donations be made to nonprofit public-service organizations such as Park Center, 801 12th Ave. S., Nashville 37203, and Second Harvest Food Bank, 331 Great Circle Rd., Nashville 38228.

Arrangements by Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet, 2250 N. Mt. Juliet Road, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122, (615)758-5459, obituary line (615)758-8818, www.sellarsfuneralservices.com.

 
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