Homer L. Gann, Sr.

Born in Lebanon, TN on June 28, 1941

Departed on April 15, 2014 and resided in Nashville, TN

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GANN, Homer L. Sr. – Age 72 years, passed away April 15, 2014. Survived by children, Elizabeth McBath, Homer L. Gann, Jr., Lori L. Gann, Gary A. Gann, and Joey R. Gann; grandchildren, Chaneine M. McBath, Kara N. Speakman, Joscelyn M. Gann, and Jaci T. Morgan; 5 sisters, 1 brother in law. The funeral service will be on Friday, April 18, 2014, at 12pm, at West Harpeth Funeral Home with Reverend Alex Jackson officiating. Interment at Scott Cemetery in Kingston Springs, TN. Visitation will be Thursday from 2-8pm, and on Friday from 10am until the service hour at WEST HARPETH FUNERAL HOME, 6962 Charlotte Pike; 352-9400

2 Comments to Mr. Homer L. Gann, Sr.

  1. Elizabeth McBath
    April 18, 2014 12:40 am

    Daddy words cannot express the emptiness and hurt I feel right now as my heart is breaking and tears soak my pillow. Our most gracious and glorious Father in Heaven was kind in giving the miracles we asked for last year when we asked him to grant our requests for more time with you; however even with the time we had left together, I wanted more. I will always remember the good times we have shared and how the bond between a father and daughter grew as I never left your side through your illnesses last year. Our bond grew as we shared the heartaches of the diagnosis you received and the trust you had in me to stand watch over the machines so you could sleep. With this last occurrence, I stood a vigilant watch over you and your machines, I knew how many breaths a minute you were breathing over the ventilator, I watched for pupil response and of course watching your heart and blood pressure…I moved your fingers, massaged your hands, talked to you and watched TV with you, I asked you to open your eyes so you could see me one more time, say something to me, I begged you to come back. I just knew God had one more miracle for you. The miracle he chose to give you was to bring you home with him, not what I wanted but now have to accept. In days to come, the hurt will be more apparent when I don’t have that talk with you on my way home in the evenings.
    I know you are in better place with our Lord and Savior & loved ones since past and I know one day we will be together again. As I told you before you took your last breath, “I will love you FOREVER AND A DAY” that will never change. I love you now and always and will miss you so very much. Good Night My Precious Daddy.

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