Rhoda Harris (12-6-09) services 12-12-09


Rhoda Harris

Rhoda Joan Harris, 55, of Savannah, died Sunday, Dec. 6, at Savannah Health and Rehab Center.

She was born in Georgia, daughter of the late Earl and Junita Toole Harris.

Ms. Harris had worked in the florist industry for 20 years and was a member of Liberty Church of Christ.

Services were held Saturday, Dec. 12, at Liberty Church of Christ with Ron Deaton and Kevin Williams officiating. Burial was in Lindsay Cemetery.

She is survived by two sons, Kevin Williams of Olive Branch, Miss. and Kaleb Osorino of Lancaster, S.C.; four grandchildren; one sister, Sarah Lee of New Site, Miss.; two brothers, Earl Lilbeurne Harris Jr. of Slate Springs, Miss. and Jackson William Harris of New Site, Miss.; husband, Lynn Ticker of Savannah.

She was also preceded in death by her brother, Arnie Harris.

Gathel Colbert (12-14-09) services 12-18-09


Gathel Colbert

Gathel Colbert, 88, of Savannah, died Monday, Dec. 14, in Savannah.

She was born in Chester County, Tenn. She was united in marriage to Leon Colbert, who preceded her in death.

Mrs. Colbert was retired owner of Savannah Shoe Store. She was a member of Savannah Church of Christ.

Services will be held on Friday, Dec. 18, at 11 a.m., at Savannah Church of Christ in Savannah, with Chris Hunt, David Baker, Howard Rogers, John Dodd, Kyle Crews officiating. Burial will follow in the Lebanon Cemetery at Saltillo.

She is survived by two sons, Gerald Colbert of Savannah and Donnie Colbert of Memphis; two daughters, Linda Hunt of Savannah and Regina Crews of St. Louis, Mo.; eight grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren; three sisters, Flossie Barker and Louise Artis, both of Huntsville, Ala. and Virginia Baggett of Dyersburg, Tenn.

Mrs. Colbert was also preceded in death by her mother, Ella Elizabeth Lee Shelton.

Memorial donations can be made to Savannah Church of Christ Youth Group or Freed-Hardeman University.

Dennis Cagle (12-13-09) services 12-17-09


Dennis Cagle

Captain Dennis Cagle, 56, of Henderson, Tenn., died Sunday, Dec. 13, at Jackson Madison County General Hospital.

Capt. Cagle was formerly of Sardis, graduating from Sardis High School. He began his career in law enforcement with the Henderson County Sheriff’s Department. He began working with the City of Henderson Police Department in 1988 and had currently been serving as captain of the department.

He was a member of the Bumpus Harley Davidson Motorcycle Club in Jackson.

Services will be today, Thursday, Dec. 17, at 2 p.m., at Loyd Auditorium, 162 East University Street, Freed Hardeman-University, Henderson, Tenn., with Ronnie Geary and Bobby Barnes officiating. Burial will follow in Chester County Memory Gardens.

He is survived by his wife, Judy Kaye Hill Cagle of Henderson, Tenn.; a son, Darrell Cagle of Decaturville; two daughters, Tabatha Bates of Springhill and Sonya Hickman of Henderson; five grandchildren; three brothers, Joe Cagle of Savannah, Danny Cagle of Scotts Hill and Gerald Cagle of Reagan; four sisters, Judy Ivey of Decaturville, Cathy Attaway of Reagan, Paulette Franks and Janice Robbins, both of Savannah.

Margaret Bachuss (12-7-09) services 12-10-09


Margaret Bachuss

Margaret Ward Bachuss, 42, of Savannah, died Monday, Dec. 7.

She was born in Memphis, the daughter of Richard Ward and Mary Cordell.

Ms. Bachuss had worked for Brown Shoe Company.

Services were held on Thursday, Dec. 10, at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with James Moore officiating. Burial was in the Bethlehem Cemetery at Hardin County.

In addition to her parents, Ms. Bachuss is survived by two sons, Joshua Paul Hunt of Savannah and Branston Jax Williams of Collinwood; two daughters, Jessica Rae Worley and Julianne Nicole Bachuss, both of Savannah; two brothers, Ronald Wayne Neal of Marion, Ark. and Richard Alan Ward of Bethel Springs; four sisters, Elizabeth Joy McClellan of Albertville, Ala., Jaime Bryant of Adamsville, Carla Gene Ward of Southhaven, Miss., and Tonda DeAnn Valladares of McGee, Miss.; three grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by a brother, Richard Ward II.

Danny Wolfe (12-1-09) services 12-3-09


Danny Wolfe

Claude Daniels "Danny" "Stump" Wolfe, 63, of Savannah, died Tuesday, Dec. 1, in Savannah.

He was born in Savannah, son of Archie L. Wolfe and the late Nora Grace Helton Wolfe. He was united in marriage to the former Sheryl McCasland, who survives.

He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church USA and a member of the Real Estate Commission. He worked for Wolfe Brothers Realty as a real estate broker and owner. Several years ago he worked with his father and brother at the Wolfe Brothers Horsetraders Restaurant, a family business.

Services were held on Thursday, Dec. 3, at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with Arnold Newman, Don Coleman, Gerald Noffsinger officiating. Burial was in the Mount Hermon Cemetery at Hardin County.

He is survived by his wife, Sheryl Wolfe of Savannah; two daughters, Allison Wolfe of Lebanon, Tenn. and Jessica Wolfe Shilliday of Jackson, Tenn.; two grandchildren; his father, Archie L. Wolfe Sr. of Savannah; one brother, Archie Landis Wolfe Jr. of Memphis.

He was also preceded in death by two brothers, Buddy L. and Joseph Mark Wolfe.

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