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Lamar Chandler (8-8-12) service 8-13-12

 

Lamar Chandler

John Lamar Chandler, 78, of Moscow, Tenn., formerly of Michie, died Wednesday, Aug. 8, at the Methodist Hospital in Germantown where he had been a patient for three days, following an illness of three months.

He was born in Duncan, Miss., son of the late Robert Esau and Vera Beatrice Gilmore Chandler. He was united in marriage to Agnes Chandler, who survives.

Mr. Chandler was associated with the Plastic Injection Molding Insdustry for 35 years and was employed by the Redmer and Sons Plastics of Franklin Park, Ill., before his retirement. He was a member of the Savannah Church of God.

Services of remembrance were conducted Monday, Aug. 13, at the Grand Junction First Baptist Church with Rev. Bobby Pickens of the Harvest Souls Church of God in Savannah officiating. Burial was private and arrangements were provided by Peebles Fayette County Funeral Homes and Cremation Center—Main Chapel of Somerville, Tenn.

In addition to his wife Agnes, he is survived by two daughters, Debra Lynn Chandler of Bolivar, Hope Elizabeth Chandler Briley of Grand Junction; two sons, Stanley Lamar Chandler of Hot Springs, Ark., Randy Eugene Chandler of Des Plaines, Ill.; his sister, Betty Watson of Grenada, Miss.; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

The family requests that memorials be directed to the Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital Foundation, P.O. Box 41817, Memphis, TN 38174-1817.

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