Volume 53, Number 5

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Obituaries

Vicky Noretta Mullins Robbins
July 20, 1963 - January 25, 2011

COOKEVILLE--Vicky Noretta Mullins Robbins, 47, 1360 Whiteaker Springs Road, Cookeville, passed away Tuesday morning January 25, 2011 at her sister's residence 9919 Hwy. 111, Byrdstown.
She was born on July 20, 1963 in Overton County to the late Virgil Allen and Nora Moon Mullins. Mrs. Robbins was a homemaker, caregiver and home school mother and lived most of her life in Putnam County. She was a member of the Cookeville First Assembly Church.
Survivors include husband Wayne Robbins; two daughters, Rachel and Kallie Robbins all of Cookeville; one sister, Diane Garner and husband Carey, of Byrdstown; one half sister, Jennie Martin and husband John of Muncie, IN; two brothers, Steven Mullins and Joey Mullins and wife Wanda, all of Byrdstown; mother-in-law, Margaret Robbins of Byrdstown. She was also survived by aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews, other family members and numerous special friends. Other than her parents she was preceded in death by father-in-law Ward Robbins; cousins, aunts and uncles.
Funeral services were held Friday, January 28, 2011 at Brown Funeral Chapel with Bro. Bobby Davis and Bro. David Corley with burial at Mullins Cemetery. Pallbearers were Terry Robbins, Tim Smith, Banks Lanier, Jason Garner, Tim Mullins and Tommy Warden. Special care was provided by Brown Funeral Chapel.

TOP STORIES

Book Fair now in progress at K-8 - The Pickett Co. K-8 Book Fair is going on now through Friday, February 5th at the PCK-8 Library. The... Keep Reading

Preliminary hearing held for Pyles - Amanda Hill BondPublisher-EditorThe man accused of killing a local father and son in 2014 is still b... Keep Reading

Pickett Junior High girls bring home gold ball - Congratulations to the Pickett County 7th and 8th grade girls on winning the James C. Haile State Ch... Keep Reading

Pickett Junior High boys bring home gold ball - And, congratulations to the Pickett County 7th and 8th grade boys on also winning the James C. Haile... Keep Reading