Maudie Roenia Atchley Stoner of Nashville was born Oct. 9, 1922, in Memphis, moved to Walnut Grove in Hardin County in 1961, and has lived in Nashville since 1994.
She lived a quiet, but spirited life devoted to her family and dog, enjoyed cooking, sewing, needlework, gardening, reading, crossword puzzles and introduced two generations to The Wheel of Fortune. She worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse until retirement in 1984.
Maudie Atchley Wilson Stoner departed this life on Friday, June 4, at Alive Hospice of St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville.
She is survived by two children, Mike Wilson of Farmington, Minn., Faye Parker of Nashville, four grandchildren, Mike Hodges and Angel Parker of Nashville, Michelle Wilson and Heidi Wilson Davis of Farmington, Minn., and three great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Gurtha Columbus Atchley and Lillie Hayes. She was the widow of Charlie C Wilson (1971) and John Stoner (1991).
A celebration of Life and Visitation was held at West Harpeth Funeral Home in Nashville on Saturday, June 5. A graveside service was held on Sunday, June 6, 2010 at Memory Gardens in Savannah, prior to burial.
Memorial contributions can be made to Alive Hospice of Nashville or the Alzheimer’s Association.