Mickey W. Puckett

Born in Springfield, TN on April 2, 1960

Departed on August 28, 2015 and resided in Lebanon, TN

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Mickey W. Puckett of Lebanon, TN passed away at his residence on Friday, August 28, 2015.  He was 55 years of age.

Mickey was born April 2, 1960 in Springfield, Tennessee to Bruce and Betty Puckett.  He attended school in Gallatin, Tennessee.

He was preceded in death by his father, Bruce Puckett.  He is survived by his mother Betty Puckett; two daughters, Tamara Puckett and Amy Pillows; seven grandchildren, Terrance Garrett, Tiara Puckett, Tyler Puckett, Wylan Woods, Joshua Choate, Jordin Pillows, Jackson Pillows; brother, Kerry Puckett; sisters, Janie Gardner, Cynthia Webb, Jamie Puckett, Katherine Fisk and several nieces and nephews and great nieces and great nephews.

When Mickey was young and in school, he loved to play baseball; he loved the outdoors, especially the mountains.  Mickey enjoyed his life doing things he loved to do; some of his favorites were fishing, he loved flowers and loved to play pool.  His family described Mickey as a rebel, a joker and funny.  To quote one, "he was a hell raising, beer drinking, joke telling, back wood camping, kick your butt, roughneck Rebel without a cause."  He will surely be missed by all who knew and loved him.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday, August 31, 2015 at the Cole & Garrett White House Chaple with Elder Jack Puckett officiating.  Interment will follow at Cross Plains Cemetery in Cross Plains, Tennessee.  Serving as pallbearers will be Andy McCloud, Terrance Garrett, Dylan Gardner, Kerry Puckett and Dee Gardner.  Honorary pallbearers are Wylan Woods, Gordon McCloud and Alan Haymaker.

Visitation Sunday 2:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and Monday 12:00 p.m. until the service at 2:00 p.m.  In lieu of flowers, his family request donations be made to the funeral home to help with funeral expenses for Mickey.

Arrangements by Cole & Garrett Funeral Home 212 Hwy 76, White House, TN  615-672-3936

2 Comments to Mickey W. Puckett

  1. Yang
    October 24, 2015 3:25 pm

    I would pound her cute ass so hard. Then I would fuck her tight vagina. And she would fiuckng love my monstercock. She would deepthroat my cock WITH balls and I would cum. She would swallow.

  2. Stephanie
    December 14, 2015 12:53 am

    Speech | December 15, 2010 at 4:01 pm)How was it “a brilliant job” for Puckett to acnnunoe that his client was guilty 11 days before trial, state that Judge Lind’s rulings on discovery were correct, plead his client guilty without a plea bargain on the terms of his prison sentence, waive attorney/client privilege, and have his client state that the orders that he disobeyed were lawful? “I have the very same question. “Great minds think alike…”. But seriously: I don’t see the genius in Puckett. To do what he did any lawyer including Jensen could have done. If Lakin wanted to throw in the towel Jensen could have done it for him. Why fire Jensen? We expected that Puckett will challenge the errors Lind made. It is not only my opinion that there were errors. Retired military people of high rank as well as a retired judge voiced the similar opinion. So we were all expecting Puckett to presenting crystal clear logical arguments with conviction and passion. Instead he did the unheard: “announced that his client was guilty 11 days before trial, state that Judge Lind’s rulings on discovery were correct. What possible advantage could come out of such statement? It seemed so unlikely that a reputable attorney could convict his client in advance of the trial. So we were thinking, still hoping that he has a new angle for defense in his sleeve. It turned out that he had nothing. Can some of the legal minded readers help me with the following questions?1. Can Lakin appeal? 2. According to Mr. Kerchner one of the prosecutors made a mistake by mentioning the eligibility. Could the defense use such mistake as “opening the door”? If yes, why did Puckett not jump on it? 3. This court is part of the Executive Branch and not the Judiciary Branch. The head of the Executive Branch is the accused (for lack of better word). Consequently this court is controlled or at least heavily influenced by the accused. If this is not an inherent conflict of interest – then what is? Can that be used as part of the appeal, if still available?

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