Volume 52, Number 51

fourteen pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, December 18, 2014

Obituaries

Norman Charles Poor
January 16, 1933 - April 23, 2010

Charles Poor, 77, a resident
at Pickett Care and Rehab in
Byrdstown and a former resident
of 176 Harmon-Poor
Road in Pall Mall, passed
away Friday, April 23, 2010
at Pickett Care and Rehab.
He was a retired auto factory
employee with Borg-
Warner in Muncie, IN. He
was born Jan. 16, 1933 in
Pickett County to the late Joe
Charles and Lakie (Harmon)
Poore. Mr. Poor was a veteran
of the Korean War serving in
the Army.
Survivors include wife,
Selda Rae (Jones) Poor of Pall
Mall; three daughters, Lesa
Botkin & husband Tim,
Farmland, IN., Lynn Becht &
husband Dave, New Albany,
IN. and Dianna Bryant,
Georgetown, IN; three sons,
Jerry Poore & wife Teresa,
Pall Mall; Joe Poor & wife
Teresa, Muncie, IN; and
Michael Poore & wife Donna,
Albany, KY; brother, Jerry
Poore & wife Shannon, Pall
Mall; 16 grandchildren, 21
great-grandchildren. Also
survived by aunts, nieces,
nephews other family members
and friends. He was preceded
in death by his parents
and son-in-law Roger Bryant.
Funeral services were held
Monday, April 26, 2010 at
2:00 p.m. at Brown Funeral
Chapel with Bro. Rick Cross
officiating. Burial services
were held at Williams Chapel
Cemetery. Pallbearers were
Johnny Kennedy, David
Kennedy, Tim Hodge, Gregory
Bryant, Bradley Bryant
and Christopher Bryant. Special
care provided by Brown
Funeral Chapel of Byrdstown.

Alta Gladys (Amonett) Taylor
March 26, 1920 - April 22, 2010

LAWRENCEVILLE, IL--Alta
Gladys (Amonette) Taylor, 90,
211 James St. Lawrenceville,
IL. and formerly of Pickett
County, passed away Thursday,
April 22, 2010 at United
Methodist Village North
Campus in Lawrenceville, IL.
She was born March 26,
1920 in Byrdstown to the late
Rubin Jouett and Verna
(Holt) Amonette. She was a
homemaker
and member
of the Church
of Christ in
Crossville, IL.
Mrs. Taylor is
survived by;
two sons,
Steve Taylor
& wife Louise
of Mt. Carmel,
IL. and Bob Taylor & wife
Janet of Allendale, IL.; three
grandchildren, Kyle Taylor &
wife Dana, Christopher Taylor
& wife Laura, Stephen
Brent Taylor & wife Tabitha;
three step-grandchildren,
Tony Banks, Jarrod Banks &
Damon Banks; three greatgrandchildren,
Harper, Vance
and Kaden Taylor; two step
great-grandchildren, Kyle
and Kelsey Hinton; nine other
step great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, husband, Lee
Taylor; two sons, Lee Taylor,
Jr. and Donald Eugene Taylor;
two sisters, Mae Shotwell
and Lovie DeHart; brother,
Carl Amonette; two nephews,
Steven Amonett and Roger
Shotwell.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, April 25, 2010 at
2:00 p.m. at Brown Funeral
Chapel with Bro. Bob Taylor
officiating. Burial services
were held at Amonett Cemetery.
Family and friends
served as pallbearer. Special
care provided by Brown Funeral
Chapel of Byrdstown.

Robert Howard Huddleston
April 29, 1923 - April 21, 2010

BYRDSTOWN--R o b e r t
Howard Huddleston, 86, 5056
Turney Groce Road, Byrdstown
passed away Wednesday,
April 21, 2010 at his
residence. He was a retired
appliance dealer, service representative
and electrician.
Howard was
born April 29,
1923 in Pickett
County to
the late James
Oscar and
Ollie Evelyn
(Huddleston)
Huddleston.
He lived all his
life in Pickett
County and was a member of
the Wolf River United Baptist
Church. A Veteran of W.W.II
serving in the Army and a
member of the Hull-York
Chapter 5 DAV. Survivors include
daughter, Brenda Joyce
Matthews & husband Danny
of Byrdstown; son, Robert
Alton Huddleston of Pall
Mall, TN.; sister, Aletha Conner
and brother, Willie Huddleston
both of Byrdstown;
two grandchildren, Jill
Matthews Hightower & husband
Jeff and Traci Matthews
Hampton; two great-grandchildren,
Emma Dee Hightower
and Jesse Wade
Hampton. He was also survived
by nieces, nephews,
other family members and a
host of friends. He was preceded
in death by his parents;
wife, Dee (Williams) Huddleston;
brother, Eugene Huddleston;
half sister, Anna Mae
Logan.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, April 24, 2010 at
10:00 a.m. from the Brown
Funeral Chapel with Bro.
Ricky Cross and Bro. Randy
Tompkins officiating. Pallbears
were the Hull-York
Chapter 5 DAV. Special care
provided by Brown Funeral
Chapel of Byrdstown.

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