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Ruby Nell Stanfill (9-20-20) service 9-25-20

Ruby Nell Vise Stanfill, of Lexington, Tennessee, departed this life on Sunday, Sept. 20, at the age of 82 years, 10 months and 2 days.
She was born in Decatur County, Tennessee, on Nov. 18, 1937, the daughter of the late Elmer Enlo and Dovie Pauline Culp Vise. On Feb. 13, 1955, she was united in marriage to Billy Wayne Stanfill. He preceded her in death on Dec. 28, 2017, they were married for 62 years.
Ruby Nell had worked for Brown Shoe Company and Savannah Ready Mix in Savannah and S&S Asphalt in Lexington, Tennessee, where she was a bookkeeper until she retired. She was a member of Olivet Cumberland Presbyterian Church, where she was also a member of the women’s ministry, Olivet CPWM. Ruby Nell was also a member of 4-H, the Tennessee Walking Horse Association and Band Boosters.
Her family was her priority, but she always put God first. She was a beautiful loving woman, with a kind hearted soul, a big smile, and always putting others before herself. Ruby Nell enjoyed crafting, and was always cooking and baking, she was famous for her fried chicken and apple pies. Her children could always count on her to be involved in their activities, scouting, band, baseball, football and softball. She loved all animals, especially her dogs, Missy, Prissy and Trixie.
Ruby Nell is survived by her children, Ronnie Wayne Stanfill and his wife Judy of Lexington, Tennessee, Vickie Nell Stanfill of Nashville, Jerry Ralph Stanfill of Lexington, Tennessee, and Therase Ann Stanfill of Nashville; grandchildren, Stephen Stanfill and his wife Julia, Stephanie Cagle and her husband Jerrod, Seth Stanfill and his wife Jessica, Tiffany Stanfill and her husband Jeff, JeriAnn Parker and her husband Scotty, and Christopher Stanfill; great-grandchildren, Colby Cagle, Carly Cagle, Carson Cagle, Cayson Cagle, Drake Stanfill, Cooper Stanfill, Jaselyn Parker, Sadie Stanfill, Shae Stanfill, Spence Stanfill, and AnaBeth Stanfill.
In addition to her parents and husband, Ruby Nell was preceded in death by a son, Franklin Enlo “Frankie” Stanfill; and brothers, Elmer Enlo Vise Jr., Malcolm Ross Vise, George Hyder Vise, John D. Vise and Henry Horton Vise.
Services were held on Friday, Sept. 25, at 1 p.m., at Olivet Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Savannah with Kermit Travis officiating. Burial followed in Memory Gardens at Savannah.