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_sponsor_Remembering The Victims Of The Feb. 5 Tornadoes 2-13-2008

Macon County


Carol Irene Boyd, 42, died Tuesday, Feb. 5, from injuries suffered in a tornado that struck Macon County.
Boyd was Born in Erie County, Ohio. She is one of six daughters born to Amelia and Carl E. Boyd.
She was employed by Tennplasco Inc. in Lafayette.
Boyd is survived by her daughter, Roxann Hess, of Lafayette, and sisters Carla Miller, Gail Johnson, Jody Polston and Lisa Nickerson.
* Information courtesy Alexander Goad Funeral Home



Mark Aaron Brown, 42, died Tuesday, Feb. 5, from injuries suffered in a tornado that struck Macon County.
Brown was born in Gallatin, Tenn., to parents Mark Allen Brown and Michelle Carr Cline. Brown’s sister, Keisha Cline, preceded him in death.
Brown graduated from Macon County High School in 2007.
He is survived by half brothers James Tyler Cline and James Michael Buhl, half sisters Destiny Michelle Cline and Jessica Lee Lamb, paternal grandparents Fairlyn Stinson and James A. Brown, both of Lafayette, and maternal grandparents Charles D. Carr and Janice Todd, both of Westmoreland.
* Information courtesy Alexander Goad Funeral Home

Dixie Marie Ellis, 79, died Tuesday, Feb. 5, from injuries suffered in a tornado that struck Macon County.
Ellis was born on Feb. 14, 1928, in Macon County. She was one of 12 children of Bryam Yates Gross and Leona Angeline Gross, who preceded her in death.
Ellis married husband Isaac Ellis, who died in 1990, in 1948.
Ellis sold Tupperware for 30 years, was a former restaurant owner and wrote articles for both local newspapers.
She is survived by her daughter, Judith Rhea Ellis and husband Jeff Combs of Jacksonville, Fla., sons Charles William Ellis of Ga., and Jimmy Jo Ellis of St. Louis, Mo., sister Kathleen Hargis of Nashville, two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Ellis was a member of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church.
* Information courtesy Alexander Goad Funeral Home

Stanley Eugene Francis, 54, died Tuesday, Feb. 5, from injuries suffered in a tornado that struck Macon County.
Francis was born on May 12, 1953, to Frances Louis Rose Francis and Earl Eugene Frances in Pulaski, Tenn. Frances Francis survives and is a resident of Westmoreland, Tenn.
He worked as a repairman of mobile homes and was a member of Cedar Bluff Missionary Baptist Church.
He married wife Marilyn, who survives, in 1998.
He is survived by Hope Barrett of Lafayette, Mary Mitchell of Lebanon, step-children Jim Carr and Pam Wheat, brother Vance Francis of Lafayette, four grandchildren and four stepgrandchildren.
* Information courtesy Alexander Goad Funeral Home

Jimmy Carter Shaw, 54, died Tuesday, Feb. 5, from injuries suffered in a tornado that struck Macon County.
Shaw is survived by his wife Clydette Johnson Shaw, children Amie Shaw and Adam Shaw, and sister Annette Carol Jenkins, all of Lafayette.
He is also survived by brother Donald C. Shaw of Murfreesboro and mother-in-law Frances Johnson of Lafayette.
* Information courtesy Anderson and Son Funeral Home





























Sumner County


Kerri Stowell, 23, died on Tuesday, Feb. 5, from injuries she suffered during a tornado that struck the Castalian Springs community in Sumner County.
Stowell was a graduate of Trousdale County High School.
She is survived by her son, Kyson Stowell, 11 months, and parents Kay and Doug Stowell.




Ramona Ann Justice, 52, of Castalian Springs died on Tuesday Feb. 5, 2008.
She is survived by her husband, Jeffery Justice, two sons, James Hale of Gallatin and Jonathan Hale of Hartsville, stepdaughter Jennifer Darrow of Gallatin, brother Frank Teeples of Gallatin, and sister Linda Kemp of Lafayette.
Justice also had four grandchildren.
* Information courtesy of Family Heritage Funeral Home.



Roger Lee Perry, 57, died on Feb. 5, 2008.
Perry is survived by his parents, Hazel and William Scotty Parker of Gallatin, two sons, Lee Carter Perry of Castalian Springs and James Scott Perry of Gallatin.
* Information courtesy of Family Heritage Funeral Home.




According to TEMA, 26-year-old Lee Carter Perry died on Friday, Feb. 15, from injuries he suffered in the Feb. 5 tornado that struck Castalian Springs.
Perry's father, Roger Perry, was killed the night of the storms.




Lawrence Wayne (Larry) Lampkin, 63, died on Tuesday Feb. 5, 2008.
Lampkin was employed by Ron Hibbard and was a coach in the Gallatin Girls Softball League for 25 years and was married to Ann Mclanahan.
Lampkin was born to the late Jack Lampkin and Mary Bradley Lampkin on Feb. 12, 1944.
He is survived by his daughters Sheila McDonald of Gallatin and Jackie Rader of Gallatin, and sister Kate Campbell of Great Falls, Mont.
He also had five grandchildren.
* Information courtesy of Family Heritage Funeral Home.


Castalian Springs resident Ronald Currey
Castalian Springs resident Mable Pryor

Castalian Springs resident Dallas Warner
Trousdale County


Hartsville resident Christine Scott

Hartsville resident Clarence Scott
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