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She married Ted Garrison on June 16, 1990, in Annona. Interment followed in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. of Byrdstown, Lisa Colson and Triba Swift of Murfreesboro and Patricia Nunley and husband Jason of Mc Minnville; grandchildren, Malcolm Joey Johnson, Lakin Nunley and Jacob Nunley; great grandchildren, Malcolm Ethan Johnson and Bethany Leann Johnson; brothers, Doyle Colson and wife Rita of Allons and Hack Colson and wife Regina of Rickman; sisters, Betty Johnson of Allons, Claudine Vaughn and husband W. of Rickman and Tina Langford and husband Jackie of Rickman.

Rhonda was a longtime, well respected and loved resident of this community and will be dearly missed. She was born in Macon County on April 27, 1936 and was a 1954 graduate of Macon County High School. Ima Seber Ima Seber, 90, of Livingston, passed away on Oct.

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Rhonda was preceded in death by her father; David Gene Thomas; stepfather, Raymond Miller; grandparents Olin and Hazel Thomas, and Bertie Willett. She was a Sales Representative at WLIV Radio Station for many years and she loved to travel.

She is survived by her husband, Ted Garrison; mother, Mona Thomas-Miller; daughter, Lindsay Harp and husband, Brett of Avery; son, Tanner Garrison of Denton, and girlfriend, Katie Holder of Corinth,; special granddaughter, Emery Grace Harp of Avery; brothers, Russell Stewart and wife Suzie of Texarkana, Lance Thomas and wife, Gerri of Scurry; sister, Dari Hefner of Highland Village; Extended siblings, Jon and Julie Miller of Rickman, Tennessee, Keith and Kathy Ray of Rickman, Tennessee and David and Kathy Miller of Rickman, Tennessee; aunt, Judith Anderson of Tahlequah, Oklahoma; and a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and beloved friends. Online condolences may be made to the Garrison family at After retiring, she became a tour director and traveled extensively on the buses all over the United States with many friends in the Livingston and Upper Cumberland areas.

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Gracie Norris Ledbetter Gracie Ledbetter, 90, of Monterey, passed away on Oct. Pallbearers were Tommy Stephens, Johnny Cyrus, Matt Frazier, Billy Joe Norrod, Paul David Roe and Timmy Coleman. She is preceded in death by parents, Floyd Mason and Era Moss Petty and husband, Norman Brannum. She is survived by daughters, Betty Wilson of Rickman and Debbie and Tony Conner of Monroe; sons, Roger and Glenda Bilbrey of Cookeville, Tommy and Merida Bilbrey of Crawford, Rick and Brenda Bilbrey of Livingston and Danny Bilbrey of Crossville; sisters, Hassie Oakes of Crossville, Leona Howard of Crossville, Lillie Henry of Crawford, Ida Norris of Gainesboro and Maude Walker of Indianapolis, Ind.; brother, Tom Norris of Crossville; nine grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren also survive. Honorary Pallbearers were Randy Watkins, Joel Upton, Tim Reid, Buckie Parsons, David Dixon, Rick Sidwell, Greg Norris, Adam Seber and Ricky Mc Donald. Doris Lee Brannum Doris Lee Brannum, 87, of Livingston, passed away on Oct. She is survived by sisters, Shirley Young of Murfreesboro and Joyce Johnson of Lebanon; brothers, Joe Petty of Mt. Edward “Ed” Colson Edward “Ed” Colson, 77, of the Iron’s Creek community in Allons, passed away on Oct. When we learn that the existence of closets give this creature energy, we are all told to destroy all closets. This is a great scene, as people all over the world are tearing their closets to pieces.

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