Volume 52, Number 4

ten pages

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

Obituaries

Reba Joy (Wilson) Byrd
November 17, 1937 - April 28, 2009

BYRDSTOWN--Reba Joy
(Wilson) Byrd, 71, 901 Virgil
Walker Rd., Byrdstown,
passed away April 28, 2009 at
Cookeville Regional Medical
Center. She was a homemaker.
She was born Nov. 17, 1937
in Pickett
County, the
daughter of
the late
J a m e s
“Jimmy” Albert
Wilson
and Bonza
( E a s t e r l y )
Wilson. She
lived all of
her life in
Pickett County and was a
member of the First Baptist
Church in Byrdstown.
She was preceded in death
by her parents; sister, Freda
Sells; two brothers, Louis
Randall and Willard Wynn
Wilson.
Surviving relatives include
husband, Gearlie Byrd, Byrdstown;
daughter, Carol Clark
and husband, Steve,
Clarksville, Tn.; son, Kenny
Byrd, Byrdstown; four sisters
Isabella Nicholas, Byrdstown;
Reda Spurlock, Cookeville;
Dorena Clark, Sterlington,
La.; Normadelle Wilkinson,
Dundas, Va.; two brothers,
Lannie Wilson, Greenfield,
In.; Glenn Wilson, Richlands,
NC; two grandchildren
Heather Clark, Clarksville,
Tn.; Christopher Clark and
wife Lisa, Pleasantview, Tn.;
nieces, nephews, other family
members and friends.
Funeral services were held
May 1 at 2 p.m. from Brown
Funeral Chapel with Bro.
Ricky Cross officiating. Burial
was at Ethan Garrett Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Terry
Burkhardt, Notie Byrd, Britt
Wilson, Todd Wilkinson,
Adam Baker and Matt Estes.
Special care was provided by
Brown Funeral Chapel of
Byrdstown.
Brown Funeral Chapel 24-Hour
Funeral News 864-3696

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