Johnny Clayburn Phifer, 75, of Savannah, died on Wednesday, Nov. 30, in Jackson, Tennessee.
He was born in Camden, Tennessee, to the late John Clayburn and Delia Mae Crouch Phifer. He was united in marriage to M. Louise Dacus, who survives.
Mr. Phifer worked as a mechanic for Carradine Company and White Motor Company in Memphis and was self-employed. He was Baptist in belief.
In addition to his wife, M. Louise Phifer of Savannah, he is survived by a daughter, Patricia McCool of Savannah; two sons, Tim Phifer of Savannah and John Barry Phifer of Hollow Rock, Tennessee; four brothers, Gene Phifer and Hershel Phifer both of Greenfield, Tennessee, Bobby Phifer of Milan, Tennessee, and Kenneth Phifer of Jackson, Tennessee; and one sister, Judy Kaye Baker of Milan, Tennessee.
Other than his parents, he was preceded in death by five sisters, Virginia Ann Phifer, Kathy Wilhite, Retha Blackburn Johnson, Dorothy Phifer and Lucille Phifer; and two brothers, Otis Phifer and James Phifer.
There will be a private family service.