Volume 52, Number 4

ten pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, January 22, 2015

Obituaries

Beverly Sue Glover Gann
May 23, 1957 - July 30, 2010

FORT WORTH, TX -- Beverly
Sue Glover Gann, 53, beloved
wife, mother, daughter, and
sister, peacefully
passed
into the arms
of her Lord on
Friday, July
30, 2010 at her
home, after a
lengthy battle
with cancer.
Beverly was born May 23,
1957 in Cincinnati, Ohio. She
attended Crossville High
School in Crossville, Tenn.,
Athens Junior College,
Athens, Ala., and Texas Wesleyan
University in Fort
Worth, Texas.
She married Alan Gann on
June 7, 1993 in Fort Worth,
Texas. She loved to make
things grow and had a special
talent for gardening. An accomplished
equestrian she
was a show-rider of Tennessee
Walking Horses early in her
life.
She was preceded in death
by her beloved grandmother,
Lorina Garrett.
Survivors include loving
husband, Alan Gann; son,
Brian Gann of Fort Worth,
Texas, son, Steven Mock of
San Antonio; mother, Barbara
Blackmon of Decatur, Ala.;
sisters, Marcia Conrad of Fort
Worth, Texas, and Kathi Mc-
Cammon of Mobile, Ala.;
brothers, Keith Glover, Greg
Blaylock, and Larry Blackmon,
all of Decatur, Ala.;
brother, Mitchell Glover of
Fairhope, Ala.; and special
uncle, Hoy Garrett of Decatur,
Ala.
Services were held at 1 p.m.
Wednesday, August 4, 2010 at
Bloomington Christian
Church, Starpoint Rd., Byrdstown,
Tenn. under the direction
of Talbott Funeral Home,
Albany, Ky. Burial followed at
the family cemetery, Neal
Cemetery in Byrdstown. Bro
Randall Sidwell officiated.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers
to a charity of your choice.
Talbott Funeral Home 606-
387-7068

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