Thomas Shelby Sr. (1-4-17) service 1-8-17

Thomas Eugene Shelby Sr., 75, of Savannah, died on Wednesday, Jan. 4, in Savannah.
He was born in Savannah, the son of the late James Vernon and Camilla May Robertson Shelby.
Mr. Shelby retired after 30 years as a lab operator for Owens-Corning Fiberglass in Jackson, Tennessee. He was a member of Souls Harbor Church in Savannah.
He is survived by his children, Bruce Wayne Shelby, Glona Faye Benson and Rebecca Christine Kyle, all of Savannah, and Thomas Eugene Shelby Jr. of Florence, Alabama; eight grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Dorothy Bullington, Verna Forrester and Irene Shelby.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, James W. Shelby; one grandchild; and two great- grandchildren.
Services were held on Sunday, Jan. 8, at Souls Harbor Church in Savannah with Linn Johnson officiating. Burial followed in Graham Cemetery at Savannah.

Nancy Neill (1-8-17) service 1-10-17

Nancy Neill, 77, of Savannah, died on Sunday, Jan. 8.
She was born in Savannah, the daughter of the late Raymond and Cora Lee Talley Cass. She was united in marriage to Richard Neill who preceded her in death.
She had worked for Angelica as a seamstress and as an escort for mobile homes.
She is survived by her two nephews; brother, Mike Cass of Counce; sister, May Rose of Ashland City, Tennessee; and two grandchildren.
In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her son, Terry McVay; and her brothers, Lewis and Danny Cass.
Services were held on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with Tommy Cook officiating. Burial followed in Memory Gardens at Savannah.

Jerry Moffett (1-4-17) service 1-8-17

Jerry Moffett, 55, of Counce, died on Wednesday, Jan. 4. 
He was born in Savannah, the son of the late Herbert and Jessie Marie Killingsworth Moffett.
Jerry, affectionately called “Jerk,” had worked for Kimberly-Clark as a processing specialist and attended First Baptist Church in Counce.
He is survived by his brothers, Keith Moffett and Jackie Ray Moffett, both of Adamsville.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Ricky Dale Moffett; and sisters, Vickie Lynn Christopher and Diane Fisher.
Memorial services were held on Sunday, Jan. 8, at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah.

Wanda Doxsie (1-2-17) service 1-6-17

Wanda Mae Barnett Doxsie, 92, of Savannah, died Monday, Jan. 2, in Savannah.
She was born in Illinois, the daughter of the late Albert William and Effie Fern Clark Barnett. She was united in marriage to Tracy E. Doxsie, who preceded her in death.
Mrs. Doxsie was a homemaker. She was a member of Cornerstone Baptist Church.
She  is survived by her daughter, Marsha Keymon of Savannah; stepson, Bruce Doxsie; stepdaughter, Gayla Doxsie Gilhooly; one grandchild; and one sister, Dorothy Simonds.
In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by one brother, Harold Barnett; and one sister, Vivian Stark.
Services were held on Friday, Jan. 6, at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with Paul Weaver officiating. Burial followed in  Lone Chestnut Cemetery at Bath Springs, Tennessee.

Teresa Clark (1-5-17) servicd 1-11-17

Teresa Laurene Clark, 59, of Savannah, died on Thursday, Jan. 5.
She was born in Savannah, the daughter of Ruby Mae Martin Clark and the late James Franklin Clark.
Ms. Clark served her country in the United States Army.  She retired from Health First in Memphis where she had worked as an LPN, and had also worked at Methodist Central in Memphis.
In addition to her mother, she is survived by one daughter, Jessica Blalock of Savannah; one son, Jordan Clark of Savannah; two brothers, Andy Clark of Savannah and Tim Weatherington of Murfreesboro, Tennessee; and two grandchildren.
Services were held on Wednesday, Jan. 11, at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with Ronnie Sanders officiating. Burial followed in Hurricane Cemetery at Henderson County, Tennessee.

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