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Obituary - Frank "Red" Stacey



Mr. Frank "Red" Stacey, Jr, 79 passed away Tuesday, March 24 following an extended illness at Dekalb Community Hospital. A native of Cannon County, he was a resident of Bradvyille.

He is survived by three children, William L. Stacey of Bradyville, Benita Arlene Stacey of Chattanooga, and Alta Melissa Barnes of Manchester. Four sisters, Clatie Hill of Woodbury, Marie Farless of Beech Grove, Cleo Todd of Stewart County, KY and Ruth Hackney of Murfreeboro.

He was preceded in death by parents, Frank Stacey, Sr., Minerva Bush, and a son, Jimmy Stacey and grandson, Leroy Frank Stacey.

He was a member of the Baptist church and was a Tennessee Walking Horse Trainer.

Funeral will be in the chapel of Woodbury Funeral Home 4 p.m. Thursday, March 26, 2009, with Bro. Gayle Barnes officiating. Burial will be in the Gilley Hill Cemetery.

Visitation with the family will be Thursday, March 26, 2009 at 10 a.m.


Woodbury Funeral Home
504 W. Main St.
Woodbury, TN   37190
615-563-2311
www.woodburyfuneralhome.net



 

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