Christopher Todd Compton

Born on August 2, 1965

Departed on February 21, 2021 and resided in Cross Plains, TN

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Christopher Todd Compton, age 55 of Cross Plains, passed away on February 21, 2021. He was born in Bowling Green, KY on August 2, 1965. He was preceded in death by his father, Sherrill Compton, and grandparents Aaron and Mildred Moulder, and sister-in-law Sandra Readfearrin Hendricks. He is survived by his mother Lana Compton Wright; wife, Missie Compton; daughters, Misty (Fletcher) Bolling, Tiffany (Conor) Harrell, Courtney (Josh) Hesson; grandchildren, Madison, Cameron, Hannah, William, Preston, and Elijah; sister, Gayle (Bennie) Atwell; brother, Brian Compton; nephews, Dalton, Drake, and Lukas; niece, Crystal, and father and mother-in-law, Horace and Nancy Redfearrin. Christopher loved the outdoors, fishing, and hunting, and enjoyed watching NASCAR and football. Mostly he loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. A celebration of life will be at Cole & Garrett Funeral Home White House on Friday February 26 at 4:00 PM with visitation from 2pm until service time.

One Comment to Christopher Todd Compton

  1. Candy Hawkins Bailes
    February 25, 2021 8:03 am

    I hated to hear of the passing of my cousin Chris.
    I have not seen Chris in many years and with seeing his photo, he turned out to be a very nice looking man. The last time I saw Chris he was a young preteen young boy at our grandmother’s house. I remember when Chris was brought home from the hospital after Lana giving birth to him. Brian and I had a good time playing around the house as everyone was enjoying the new addition to the Compton family and big sister Gayle being right there to look after Chris. Sherrill and Lana were smiling ear to ear after Chris’s birth. My prayers and well wishes go out to Chris’s mother Lana, his brother Brian, his big sister Gayle, Chris’s wife, children, and grandchildren. Gone too soon, but not forgotten.

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