William Floyd Slack

Born in Johnson City, TN on November 28, 1933

Departed on November 13, 2013 and resided in Nashville, TN

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William F. Slack, Age 79 of Nashville, TN, passed away November 13, 2013.
Mr. Slack is preceded in death by his parents, Acie Floyd and Grace Slack; brother, Carl Slack; grandson, Joshua Bowden; and cousin, Edna Earle Cherry. He is survived by his loving wife, Donna Slack; children, Cindy Marshall (Terry), Brian Slack (Lois), Nancy McMullin (Alan); grandchildren, Shane, Rachel and Haley; and 4 great grandchildren.
The family would appreciate friends making donations to the Nashville Rescue Mission and the Gideon Bibles in honor of Mr. Slack. No visitation or service is planned at this time. WEST HARPETH FUNERAL HOME. 615-352-9400

3 Comments to William Floyd Slack

  1. Carl Kenneth Slack
    December 10, 2013 10:31 pm

    I miss the uncle I never got to spend any time with. May god be with you.

    Please pass along my contact information to my cousins that I have not had a chance to see for the last 40+ years.

    With love and prayers,
    Carl (Kenny) Slack

  2. Carl Kenneth Slack
    December 10, 2013 10:32 pm

    Just in case my email coud not be sent it is.

    c k s l a c k @ v e r i z o n . n e t

  3. Alan McMullin
    January 17, 2014 2:25 pm

    My father passed away in 1993 and Mr. Bill has been like a second father to me since soon after I married his daughter . I say “since soon after” because he wasn’t sure about me immediately because like all fathers, he was suspicious of any man who came around messing with his little girl. For those who knew him, he was never shy about saying what he thought. That’s what made him the character he was. That’s just one of the things I loved about him. Another thing was that he was always willing to go the extra mile for anyone who needed help. I will always love him and never forget him. If someone were to ask me about him I would say, “He loved the Lord Jesus and he loved his family”. Mr. Bill, we all miss you.

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