Waylon and Wyatt Luse (1-22-17) service 1-27-17

Waylon Jai and Wyatt Charles Luse, twin infant sons of Jon and Kaylean Bock Luse of Bethel Springs, died on Sunday, Jan. 22, at Jackson Madison County General Hospital.
Waylon and Wyatt are survived by their parents, Jon and Kaylean Luse; grandparents, Gloria and Dennis Bock of Michie, Lee and Betty Luse of Adamsville; and great-grandparent, Elsie Luse of Adamsville.
They were preceded in death by their great-grandparents, Mary and Charles Mills.
A graveside service was held on Friday, Jan. 27, at  Pebble Hill Cemetery in Michie with Scott Melson officiating.

Scottie Fisher (1-26-17)

Scottie A. Fisher, 51, of Adamsville, died on Thursday, Jan. 26.
He was the son of the late Daryl and Joan Wellers Fisher. He was united in marriage to Brenda Witmer, who survives.
Mr. Fisher was a member of Christian Assembly United Pentecostal Church in Adamsville.
Along with his wife Brenda, he is survived by his daughter, Samantha Jarrett of the Nixon community in Savannah; sons, Shawn Benfer of Rebuck, Pennsylvania and Luke Fisher of Adamsville; sisters, Jackie Witmer of New Columbia, Pennsylvania and Angela Huff  of Shiloh; brother, Robin Fisher of Watsontown, Pennsylvania; three grandchildren; four nieces and two nephews; and one great-niece and two great-nephews.
No services are scheduled at this time.

Freddie Cherry (1-25-17) service 1-30-17

Freddie Goodlow Cherry, 73, of Savannah, died on Wednesday, Jan. 25.
She was the daughter of the late Frank and Morella Siner Goodlow. She was united in marriage to John Theodore Cherry, who preceded her in death.
Before retirement, Freddie worked as a factory worker for Brown Shoe Company. She was a missionary at the Graham Chapel CME church.
Mrs. Cherry is survived by her daughters, Sharon Ware of Union City, Tennessee, Rebecka Stackins of Savannah, Charlotte Morton and LeEtta Hoyle, both of Corinth, Mississippi; sister, Dr. Addie Jean Kirkland of Ann Arbor, Michigan; four grandchildren; and three great grandchildren.
Along with her parents and her husband, she was preceded in death by her sisters, Cornelia Bailey, Bobbie Graham, Mary Etta Goodlow and Katie Pearl Goodlow; and her brothers, Amos Goodlow, Charlie Goodlow, Louis Goodlow, James Goodlow, Johnny Goodlow and Frank Goodlow Jr.
Services were held on Monday, Jan. 30, at Graham Chapel CME Church in Savannah with Gallian Fulton officiating. Burial followed in Memory Gardens at Savannah

Marilyn Breining (1-23-17) service 1-28-17

Ila “Marilyn” Breining, 81,  of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, formerly of Savannah, died Monday, Jan. 23, at Ratliff Care Center.
She was born in Vale, Tennessee, to the late Joe Vernon and Mabel Green Mitchell. She was united in marriage to William A. Breining Jr., who preceded her in death.
Mrs. Breining was a member of Jackson Church of Christ in Jackson, Missouri.
Survivors include three children, Bill Breining of Somerville, Tennessee, Susie Martin of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and Mimi Gardner of Buford, Georgia; and six grandchildren.
In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her brother, Gene Mitchell.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Services were held on Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Shackelford Chapel in Savannah.

Larry Bell (1-25-17) service 2-4-17

Larry Bell, 60, of Savannah, died on Wednesday, Jan. 25, in Jackson, Tennessee.
He was born in Nashville, the son of the late Lester and Eunice House Bell. He was united in marriage to Amanda Delorise Walker, who survives.
Mr. Bell worked in the Corian Department at Design Team since 2015.  He also had worked for American Food Service, American Creative Solution and Praxis. He was a member of the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club in Jackson, Tennessee.
In addition to his wife Amanda, he is survived by his children, Agreco Bell and Quandrell Bell, both of Nashville, Genna Russell and Tumika Perkins, both of Memphis; six grandchildren; and two sisters, Janice and Lillian, both of Nashville.
Services will be held on Saturday, Feb. 4, at 1 p.m., at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with Carl Copeland officiating.

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