November 2021

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Weiss, Donna Rice, age 57, passed away on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 with her husband by her side. Donna, daughter of Denver and Linda Rice, was born on March 24, 1964 in Smithville, TN. She grew up and attended school in Madison, TN and graduated from Madison High School in 1982. Donna met Dale Weiss in 1990 and they were united in marriage on Valentine’s Day, 2000.

 

Donna was passionate about her four legged children. She had a love for cats and would do anything to make sure they were happy. Then there was Christmas… Donna loved all things Christmas and started full house decorating right after Halloween. In some ways, you could say she was one of Santa’s elves with all her joy of the season. At least twice a year she would find a way to escape to God’s country “Minnesota” as she enjoyed visiting the in-laws. Even though she never could adjust to the cold winters, she was accepted by all. Everyone loved her kindness, smile, big heart, quick wit and that Southern accent. To this day, she was so amazed that people would sit on a frozen lake and fish all day. Donna liked life simple and didn’t care about keeping up with the Jones’s.

 

Giving more than she got; loving with all that she had. Forever… lost way too soon.

 

Donna is survived by her husband, Dale Weiss of Mt. Juliet, TN; parents, Denver and Linda Rice of Madison, TN; sister, Teresa Rice McMahon; sisters-in-law, Sharon Weiss and Sandra (Rod) Lindquist; brother-in-law, Dan (Lisa) Weiss; her four legged children, Molly and Earnhardt, Sr. and many nieces and nephews. Donna was preceded in death by her brother, Charles Jeff Rice and her father and mother-in-law, Herb and Ruth Weiss.

 

Funeral services will be conducted 3 p.m. Sunday, November 7, 2021 at Bond Memorial Chapel. Private interment will be in the country where Donna will be surrounded by nature in a place she loved to be. Pallbearers will be Dan Weiss, Matthew Weiss, Chad and Erica Rademacher, Tanya Lindquist-Fleegel, Tom and Nina Lemke and Gabe Sorey.

 

Out of respect for the family, masks will be required.

 

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Alive Hospice (1718 Patterson Street, Nashville, TN 37203), who helped bring smiles and laughter to Donna with their care.

 

Visitation will be 1-3 p.m. Sunday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Cooper, Derek Christian, age 27, of Mt. Juliet, TN, died November 1, 2021.

Derek was born in Nashville, TN. He was a 2013 graduate of Mt. Juliet High School where he was a member of the Jr. ROTC. Derek was employed by Kats Bar and Grill. He was an avid gamer. Derek was preceded in death by his grandparents, Harold and Frankie Brumitt, Sue Hickman, Lawrence Cooper, Sr. and Cora Cooper.

He is survived by:

Mother – Connie Brumitt Cooper

Father – David Christopher Cooper

Sister – Christi Ann (Michael) Nelson

Nieces – Autumn Nelson and Delilah Nelson

Grandfather – George Hickman

Many aunts, uncles and cousins

 

Services will be private.

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Fitzgerald, Joe Allen, age 79, of Mt. Juliet, TN, died November 12, 2021, after suffering from Alzheimer’s. Joe was born in Ramer, TN, and was the son of the late, Bunn Porter Fitzgerald and Birdie Mae Gurley Fitzgerald. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. Over the years, Joe attended Green Hill Baptist Church, Tulip Grove Baptist Church, and Shiloh Baptist Church. A graduate of Memphis State University, Joe’s passion was in law enforcement, where he had his early career. Later, he worked in sales, where he retired from Package Products. Joe was an avid reader and collector of books. He was a remarkable artist and an exquisite woodworker.

 

Joe was preceded in death by siblings, Mary Heppner, Donnie Fitzgerald, Carolyn Fitzgerald Rodgers and Charles Fitzgerald.

 

He is survived by:

Wife of 57 years – Dolores Crabb Fitzgerald

Daughters – Amy Fitzgerald Medlin, Cindy Fitzgerald (Mike) Davison, and Susan (Josh) Bohannon

Sisters – Ann Fitzgerald (Bill) Bailey and Martha (Steve) Kesler

Grandchildren – Christopher (Sophie), Caroline, David, Jimmy, Katherine,

                        Lilly (Jacob), Mark, Porter, Hobson, Scarlet, and Kizmyn

Great-grandchildren – Amelia, Oliver, and Dorothy

Many nieces and nephews

Honorary daughter – Christi Capers

 

Funeral services will be conducted 6 p.m. Wednesday, November 17, 2021 at Bond Memorial Chapel with Dr. Kenneth R. Clayton officiating. Interment will be 11 a.m. Thursday, November 18, 2021 at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens.

 

Visitation will be 4-6 p.m. Wednesday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Johnson, Richard Theodore, age 85, of Lebanon, TN, died November 12, 2021. Richard was born in Providence, RI and was the son of the late, Otto Theodore Johnson and Lucille Marie Berger Johnson. He served in the U.S. Navy Reserves and was a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design. Richard was an avid Boston Red Sox fan and even wanted to try out for the Boston Braves, but his mother discouraged it. He was a collector of sports cards and loved to shop for bargains. Richard was preceded in death by his sister, Carol Lynn Geldard.

He is survived by:

Wife of 63 years – Janet Johnson

Children – Janie Jaco, Susan (Darrell) Chaffin and Richard Johnson

Brother – David (Jean) Johnson

Grandchildren – Shannon (Luke), Uriah, Christy (Joe), Kearstin (Bryan),

                       Dani (Brent), Teddy (Lorah), Grace and Will

Great-grandchildren – Abby, Rocky, Allison, Camden and Ellistyn

 

Services will be private.

 

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association.

 

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Huffines, Charlene Cartwright, loving wife of Randy Huffines, passed away at age 70 on November 19, 2021. She was the daughter of the late, Charles and Nina Cartwright. Charlene, affectionately known as Charlie, loved God, her church family and the UT Vols. She retired from American Airlines after 30 years of service. Charlie had a big heart and always managed to have a smile for all she met. She brought a little bit of sunlight in the world around her.

 

She is survived by:

Husband – Randy Huffines of Mt. Juliet, TN

Brothers – Alex (Becky) Cartwright of House Springs, MO and

               John Cartwright of Columbus, MO

Many nieces and nephews

 

Celebration of Life services will be held at Cooks United Methodist Church at a later date.

 

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Krasnicki, Kenneth,  age 63, of Hermitage, TN, died November 11, 2021.  He was the son of the late Frank Krasnicki and Floye Waller. He worked primarily as a property appraiser for Property Damage Appraisers in Nashville. He is preceded in death by his sisters, Barbara Creager and Geraldine Ladd.

He is survived by:

Children – Julia (Paul) Earles and Jennifer (Josh) Moore

Sister – Patricia Fox

Grandchildren – Cameron Earles

 

No services are scheduled at this time.

 

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Hover, Chelsia “Chet”, passed away November 14, 2021 in Nashville, TN with her eldest daughter and son-in-law by her side.  Born in Evanston, IL to George and Jane Webster, she grew up in Highland Park with her brother Chandler Webster.  After graduating from Newcomb College in Louisiana, she married Noel LaMarr Hover in Highland Park, IL on July 26, 1952.  They quickly departed for Colorado and lived in Denver for over 50 years.  After Noel’s passing in 2003, Chet eventually moved to Highlands Ranch, CO and lived there until moving to TN in the spring of 2021 to be under the care of her eldest daughter.  Being an avid reader (her favorites being Winnie the Pooh and Georgette Heyer romance novels) and writer,  she was infamously known for her humorous annual Christmas letters to family and friends.  She loved writing, especially recounting funny memories and experiences through her life as well as a wonderful author of numerous amusing poems for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and baby-showers.  Chet was active in her church group, was an elective polling judge for over 10 years,  volunteered for many years for the channel 6 auction aired on television in the 1970’s-80’s, and one of her most significant contributions to our world was becoming a Denver foster parent.  Dreading having an empty house as their children grew up and moved out, Chet and Noel fostered 25 newborn and often premature babies, many with medical conditions.  They provided foster care for Denver Social Services from 1985 to 2002.  Not having enough to do with newborn babies, she also fostered greyhound dogs for the Colorado Greyhound Rescue as well as helped field phone-calls for the organization.  A lover of all animals, the house was never void of some sort of four-footed friend.  Never one for sad endings, she read the endings of books first to make sure it all turned out well, and only watched movies where the couple ends up happily ever after.  Although not known for being a cook, she made a to die for chocolate sauce.  All those who knew her, knew of her love for chocolate, her knowledge of history and literature, and her witty writing.  She will be deeply missed by all but especially by her family. 

 

She is survived by:

Children - Noel (Donna) Hover II, Georgia (Michael) Gabriel, and

               Rebecca (Charles) McJilton

Grandchildren - Elizabeth (Derek) Crist, Samuel (Jill) Hayden IV,

                       Mollie (George) Eck

9 Great grandchildren

 

Memorial contributions may be made to Brightfocus Foundation www.brightfocus.org or Wolf Sanctuary www.wolfsanctuary.co    

 

A celebration of life will be scheduled for a later date in 2022.

 

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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McDonald, Daren Lee, age 15, died November 14, 2021. Daren was born on February 6, 2006 in Three Rivers, MI. He was a son, grandson, brother, nephew, cousin and a friend. From a young boy, he enjoyed working with his hands and would often ask for duct tape, building supplies or Home Depot cards as Christmas gifts to help with his projects. He had a tough exterior, but really was sweet and loving. Daren was hard working, creative, silly, committed to his projects and loved a good candy dance party. He knew the Lord and was saved and baptized in Little Elm, TX. Daren had a gypsy spirit and was always up for an adventure anytime and anywhere. He was relatively new to Tennessee and very much enjoyed the beauty of its nature and all it offered form hiking, kayaking, cliff diving and cave exploring. He was a beautiful soul that has left a trail of beautiful memories. We love you toooooo much, Daren!!!!

 

Visitation will be from 1-3 p.m. with a Celebration of Life services at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at the Cedars of Lebanon Assembly Hall, 328 Cedar Forest Road, Lebanon, TN.

 

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Biel, Richard Arnold, age 76, of Mt. Juliet, TN, died November 21, 2021. Richard was born in Charleston, SC and was the son of the late, Edgar Marion and Frances Gratzick Biel. He was awesome in track and field according to his friends in Beaufort, SC and loved talking about those days to everyone who would listen. Richard was a member of Abundant Life Church. He retired from Lowe’s in Hermitage with 18 years of service. A lot of people knew him as the key maker at Lowe’s. He loved smoking meat, sitting by a fire and chopping wood. Richard will be forever missed and a lot of people will not know who to call with handyman questions. He was on the go until the day he died. He always wanted to do everything himself and would get mad if you tried to help because he thought you were saying he was too old. His grandsons were his world and they adored him. He was preceded in death by his grandson, Zakree Biel.

He is survived by:

Wife – Kathy Biel

Daughters – Jamie Renee Rigsby and Amie Biel

Step-son – Jonathan Paul Woodard

Brother – Ed (Sandy) Biel

Sister – Phyllis (Bill) Lafavers

Grandsons – Blake Shelton and Luke Shelton

Double First Cousin – Ed (Gail) Gratzick

 

No services are planned at this time.

 

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Abundant Life Church or the Mt. Juliet animal shelter.

 

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Jones, Dexter Wayne, age 65, of Mt. Juliet, TN, died November 28, 2021. Dexter was born in Nashville, TN and was the son of the late, Charles Fred Jones and Estelle Corrine Jordan Haralson. He was retired from Nissan. Dexter was also retired from the Tennessee National Guard with 33 years of service. He enjoyed tinkering and woodworking. He was preceded in death by his brother, J.W. Jones; step-father, Earl Haralson; step-mother, Peggy Jones and nephew, Michael Sanders.

 

He is survived by:

Wife of 44 years – Patty Childers Jones

Daughters – Amanda Jones (Jason) Sorey and Misty Jones (Dave) Humphreys

Brother – Wesley (Melodie) Jones

Sisters – Elaine Burnett Thompson, Barbara Dale (Herbert) Sanders and

             Ellen Jones (Daryl) Moore

Grandchildren – Gabriel Sorey, Adam Sorey and Julia Humphreys

Many nieces, nephews and friends

 

Funeral services will be conducted 1 p.m. Thursday, December 2, 2021 at Bond Memorial Chapel with Pastor Danny Tomlinson officiating. Interment with full military honors will follow at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens. Honorary pallbearers will be Jason Sorey, Gabriel Sorey, Adam Sorey, Dave Humphreys, Donnie Arvin, Josh Hall, Clay Burnett and Chad Childers.

 

Flowers accepted or memorials may be made to the Gary Sinise Foundation, PO Box 368, Woodland Hills, CA 91365 www.garysinisefoundation.org  

 

Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. Wednesday and one hour prior to service time Thursday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Copeskey, Maureen Katherine Hogan, of Mount Juliet, Tennessee, died peacefully surrounded by family on November 29, 2021, following a stubborn fight with Alzheimer’s disease.  She was 91.

Visitation will be observed at St. Stephen Catholic Church, 14544 Lebanon Road, in Old Hickory, on Thursday, December 2, 2021, from 5-7 p.m., which will be followed at 7 p.m., with a Vigil Service.  Visitation will resume at 9:30 a.m., on Friday at St. Stephen followed by a requiem mass at 10:30 a.m.  Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery, 1001 Lebanon Road, Nashville.

The beloved matriarch of a sprawling extended family, Maureen was born on January 15, 1930, in her maternal grandparent’s home on the banks of the Miramichi River in Barnettville, New Brunswick, Canada.  Her birth was accompanied by the apparition of a white horse in a snowy dense forest that signaled to her father, working miles away in a remote lumber camp, that he needed to return home.

A remarkable woman of unshakeable faith and quiet but determined resolve, Maureen led a life devoted to the service of her God, church, family, friends and community.  Her sweet smile, bright blue eyes and loving nature made a lasting impression on all who were fortunate enough to be in her presence.  During the entirety of her life, no one could recall her uttering a mean-spirited word, complaint or gossip.

Maureen is survived by her loving husband of 69 years, Robert Copeskey; her children, Cynthia (Mike) Coman of Port Orange, FL, Dr. Paul (Megan) of Los Angeles, CA, Peter (Mary) of Tucson, AZ, James (Barbara) of Waverly, TN, and Jeffrey (Lissa) of Baton Rouge, LA; sisters, Margaret McIntyre of London, Ontario, Sylvia (John) Murphy of Miramichi, New Brunswick, and Evelyn Ann Froats of Cornwall, Ontario. Some of her greatest joys were her grandchildren and great-grandchildren to whom she was known as Mimi – grandchildren, Maureen “Katie” (Phil), Jessica, Andrew (Meghan) Coman, Candice (Jonathan) Moss, Jacob, Matthew (Victoria), Michael (Briana) and Adam; great-grandchildren, Madeline, Holly, Graham, Brooks and Joseph.  Her passing is also mourned by countless cousins, nieces, nephews and grand and great-nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Bartholomew and Mary Grace (Underhill) Hogan, and brothers, Wilson, George, John and Shirley (Irene).

Maureen, the eldest daughter of eight children, was raised on the family farm at the onset of the Great Depression in Upper Derby, New Brunswick, Canada.  Because she completed her primary schooling at a young age, Maureen taught in a one-room schoolhouse before becoming eligible to enter nurses’ training at Hotel Dieu Hospital in Chatham, New Brunswick.

After receiving her nursing degree, Maureen, at age 20, crossed the U.S. border for better employment opportunities and began work at Cary Memorial Hospital in Caribou, Maine.  A bit of serendipity would lead her to a dance in 1951 where she met Bob Copeskey, a U.S. Air Force airman from Wisconsin stationed in northern Maine.  Maureen and Bob were engaged on Valentine’s Day 1952.  In the first what would be many military-related family moves, Maureen traveled to Bob’s next assignment 1,300 miles away and where she worked in the polio unit of St. Mary’s Hospital in Urbana, Illinois.  The two were married on September 24, 1952, in Champaign, Illinois.

Maureen soldiered through the repeated uprooting and unpacking of military life adventures without complaint and was undaunted by (or maybe even relished) a rambunctious family life in an era of cloth diapers.  At one point in the early 1960s when Bob was on a remote one-year military assignment, Maureen, then without a driver’s license, was on her own raising five children under the age of 10.  A few years later, although she could not distinguish between a double play, double dribble or double coverage, Maureen could be found in the stands at her sons’ various athletic events where she clapped her enthusiastic support accompanied by encouraging shouts of “run, run, run!”

Maureen and Bob came south to Middle Tennessee in 1976 following Bob’s military retirement and subsequent hiring by the Tennessee Valley Authority and later the National Weather Service.  Through all the moves, Maureen retained her proud Irish-Canadian heritage and deep love of the Miramichi – its people, the river and the land.

Central to every aspect of her life was her commitment to her faith and church, which shaped her life and that of all those fortunate to be her family and friends.  She was gracious and the home was always open, including the memorable “fishes and loaves” Thanksgiving when the Copeskey children’s numerous college friends, too far from their own families, suddenly appeared but nonetheless found a welcoming table.

Maureen loved music and her humming or light singing was a staple of the household soundtrack.  She loved to read, especially the Catholic Digest, Our Sunday Visitor and Tennessee Register.  She also enjoyed gardening and the arrival of blue birds and hummingbirds to the backyard.  Maureen saved her cross words for the squirrels that would regularly raid her bird feeders.  In mid-life, Maureen became an avid, if not obsessive, walker, going to the track regularly with friends to do some fast-paced laps.  While Alzheimer’s robbed Maureen of her memory and ultimately her body, it could not steal her gentle smile, twinkling eyes, her love of family -- or her desire to walk!

The family would like to express its deep appreciation to Maureen’s tireless caregivers throughout the years, especially, Nikita, Kay, Parul, the staffs of Carrick Glen Assisted Living and Christ Home Care.

Pallbearers will be Andrew Coman, Matthew Copeskey, Michael Copeskey, Jon Moss, Adam Copeskey, Candice Moss and Maureen “Katie” Copeskey.

Memorials may be made to St. Stephen Catholic Community or the Middle Tennessee Chapter Alzheimer's Association P.O. Box 41428
Nashville, TN, 37204. Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Bowers, Thomas Warren, age 82, of Lebanon, TN, died November 18, 2021. Tom, better known by many of his friends as “HoHo”, was born in Nashville, TN and was the son of the late, John M. Bowers, Sr. and Anna Louise Parrish Bowers. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Tom was employed before his Army service in the grocery business with Cooper and Martin in Nashville.  After his tour in the Army, he moved to Wilson County in the mid 1960’s with his mother and father where they all three engaged in remodeling a farmhouse situated on a modest acreage.  They soon became engaged in providing for a small herd of mixed beef cattle, growing a large garden and hay for the livestock. Tom soon began his second career as a mechanic for the Wilson County Road Commission from which he retired some fifteen years ago. After the death of his mother and father in the mid 1980’s, the farm ceased operations.  Tom lived in the farm residence until his death where he was active in the restoration of railroad and lantern collectables as well as old radios and parking meters.

He is survived by:

Brother – John. M. “Jack” (Ann) Bowers, Jr.

Nephews – John M. Bowers, III who resides in San Felipe, Mexico and Keith S. Bowers who resides in Corvallis, OR.

 

Graveside services will be conducted 1 p.m. Friday, December 10, 2021 at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Nashville.

 

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Paquette, Marcia Lee Cain, age 71, of Sioux City, IA, died November 28, 2021. Marcia was born in Omaha, NE. She was a member of Calvary Lutheran Church in Sioux City, IA. Marcia was a former employee of Van Rogers and Waters. She enjoyed baking and playing games like cards and dice. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Clair H. and Helen Walter and brother, James K. Walter.

She is survived by:

Husband – Mark Paquette

Sons – Harold (Christy) Cain and Toby (Jodi) Cain

Grandchildren – Corey, Felicia, Jade, Journey and Ellis

 

Memorial services will be scheduled at a later date.

 

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Maas, Robert Anthony, age 68, of Mt. Juliet, TN, died November 28, 2021.

Robert was born in Faribault, MN and was the son of the late, Bernard Anthony Maas and Lillian Hausen. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle, throwing darts and being on the lake.

He is survived by:

Sons – Anthony (Alexandria) Maas, Luke (Leah) Maas and Kyle (Gloria) Maas

Brother – Jack Maas

Sisters – Vicki (Brian) Huber and Sharon (Larry) Shreck

Grandchildren – Scarlett and Eva

Many nieces and nephews

 

A Celebration of Life service will be conducted 3 p.m. Sunday, December 5, 2021 at Bond Memorial Chapel.

 

Visitation will be 1-3 p.m. Sunday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Reding, Donald Wayne “Donny”, age 58, of Mt. Juliet, TN, met Jesus December 3, 2021 surrounded by family and friends. Donny was a dedicated and loving husband, the best girl dad, rebellious pop, caring brother and a devoted son. He was preceded in death by his parents Charles and Billy Reding. Donny will be sorely missed by family and an abundant amount of friends.

He is survived by:

Wife – Robin Reding

Daughters – Alexa Reding, Oliva Reding and Callie Reding

Siblings – Doug (Barbara) Reding and Ida (Jeff) Law

Grandsons – Hayden and Blake

Many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends

 

A Celebration of Life service will be conducted 11 a.m. Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at Bond Memorial Chapel.

 

The family asks that in lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Empower Me Center, an amazing local special needs organization close to the family’s heart. You can donate in the upper right corner of their website, www.empowermecenter.com and at the end, select Memorial or mail your donation to P.O. Box 672, Lebanon, TN 37088.

 

Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. Tuesday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com

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Bossle, Regina “Reggie” S., 82, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, November 14, 2021 in Mt. Juliet, TN.  Reggie was born on May 23, 1939 to Theresa Regina and William Thomas Aloysius Scholl.  William Scholl died before Reggie was born and she was lovingly raised by her stepfather, Rudolph Kadak.  Reggie graduated from Mount Saint Agnes College in Baltimore, MD with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and received her RN license.  She married Joseph “Joe” A. Bossle, Jr on October 21, 1961, at St. Ann’s Church, Newark, New Jersey. In 1971, Joe’s job with Eastman Kodak moved the family from Webster, NY to Loveland, CO. Reggie was a stay at home mom for many years and then returned to the workforce as a school nurse in Loveland. In her earlier years she enjoyed gourmet cooking, baking, stitchery, reading and gardening. In the later years, she got involved with politics and enjoyed campaigning for the candidates she supported. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph A. Bossle Jr, and her parents Theresa and Rudolph Kadak.

 

She is survived by her son, Joseph A. Bossle III and wife, Michelle; her daughter, Theresa Jahelka and husband, Matthew; granddaughters Jenna Boyle (husband Ken and great grandson Noah), Kristyn Bossle, Alyssa Bossle, and Megan Bossle.

 

Funeral will be held at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Ft. Collins, CO on January 10, 2022 at 10 a.m.

 

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations to American Diabetes Association or American Cancer Society.

 

Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615) 773-2663. www.bondmemorial.com