June Talley

Born in Nashville, TN on October 31, 1934

Departed on July 29, 2006 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Davidson County
Nashville, TN

TALLEY, June age 71, of Nashville, went on to be with her Lord and Savior and reunited with her beloved husband Bill and father George on July 29, 2006. She is preceded in death by her sister, Mary Jane Forgey. Survived by her mother, Nellie McCutchen; son, William Robin Talley Jr. of Lake City, FL; daughter, Cindy David Andrews of Columbia, TN; grandchildren, William Marie S. Talley III of Los Angeles , CA., Jonathan Jennifer M. Talley of Lake City, FL, Adam M. Talley of Lake City, FL, Dave Andrews of Collinwood TN, Amy Andrews of Franklin TN., Will Kenleigh of Spring Hill, TN.; sisters, Betty Jo Edwards of Nashville TN, Georgia Brown of Nashville, TN, and Patricia Jenkins of Mt. Juliet, TN.; numerous nieces and nephews, devoted friends Judy and Pete Rieschick, and many colleagues from BMW of Nashville. Ms. Talley proudly served as switchboard operator at BMW of Nashville for 35 years. She was a member of Broadmoor Church of Christ. Funeral services will be Tuesday, August 1, 2006 at 10 am at West Harpeth Funeral Home with Brother Mike Roy and Brother Ronnie Webb officiating. Interment will follow at Bette Bastin Cemetery in Lewis County, TN. Grandsons and friends will serve as pallbearers and colleagues of BMW of Nashville and Jonathan and William Talley III will serve as Honorary pallbearers. Visitation will be Monday from 3-8 pm at WEST HARPETH FUNERAL HOME and CREMATORY, 6962 Charlotte Pike, Nashville, TN. 615-352-9400. www.harpethhills.com

2 Comments to June Talley

  1. Jerry Westbrook
    September 5, 2006 12:00 am

    I have a lot of good memories of June and thoroughly enjoyed being ?pew mates? with her when I attended at Broadmoor for the many years I sat right behind her and Sister McCutcheon. I am certain it?s just not the same without her there now. This kind Christian lady was quite an inspiration and example. Quiet, calm, and most respectful of others, it would do a good many of us Christians to be more like her. I regret that I wasn?t able to say goodbye as I just learned of her passing today. To her family, I offer my deepest sympathy. ?Jerry Westbrook

  2. Cindy Andrews
    September 13, 2007 12:00 am

    Oh, Mama! I didn’t even know about this tribute site until Dave found it and told me about it tonight! I have wanted to talk to you EVERY day since you left, and now I know this is a way I can at least write messages. Words cannot convey how much I miss you. When you left, you took a piece of my heart with you. My heart will forever more have a hole in it. You were the BEST mother ever, in the whole wide world! I always knew how blessed I was to have you for my Mama, and I believe I told you so. I think you knew it. I just wish I had told you even more! My kids miss their Meme so much!!! Amy said it was like losing a third parent when you died. We all still talk about you often, always in a good way! You were such a tremendous blessing in our lives, and I thank you for that. I had a REALLY good dream about you last night, and I’ve had happy thoughts all day today because of it. David and I are doing great. We even built a new house in Franklin!!! I’ve wished SO many times that you could see it. You would love it! There’s never a day that goes by that I don’t think of you. It comforts me greatly to know that you and Daddy are back together, and now you have your Mother back with you. Did she tell you I was right there with her when she died? I knew you would have wanted me to be. Mama, all I can say is I love you more than you will ever know. I look forward to being reunited with you again someday. You make heaven all the more precious to me! All my love, “Sis”