Wilma Hobson Ayers

Born on July 21, 1923

Departed on July 18, 2009 and resided in Goodlettsville, TN

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AYERS, Wilma (Hoppy) ヨ Born July 21, 1923 ヨ died July 18, 2009. Loving Mom, MaMas, and sister with many friends. Preceded in death by husband, Morris E. Ayers; parents, Walter and Alice Smith; sisters, Frances Avaritt and Leila Gober. Survived by two wonderful sisters, her best friends, Waldean Martin and Ella Martin; daughter, Faye Tatum (Jackie); sons, Mike Ayers, Mack Ayers (Keene) and Bill Ayers (Sue); grandchildren, Kellye Cunningham, Chip Parnell (Mischelle), Troy Tatum (Risa), Elizabeth Stoner (Dan) , Corey Tatum (Michelle), Morris Ayers (Jessica), Paula Lampman (John), Susan Johnson (David), Jason Ayers, Sara Harris (Clay), Jessica Sanes (Jeff), Frank Ayers, Brianna Neufeld (Aaron); 26 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great-grandchild; many loving nieces and nephews. Visitation will be Tuesday, July 21 from 2 ヨ 8 p.m. Service 2 p.m. Wednesday at Cole & Garrett Funeral Home, Goodlettsville. Officiating, Rev. Virginia Kesson and Brother Bill Roark. Pallbearers will be her Grandsons. Honorary pallbearers, J. E. G. Sunday School Class. Interment, Forest Lawn, Goodlettsville. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society.

One Comment to Wilma Hobson Ayers

  1. Elizabeth Stoner
    November 30, -0001 12:00 am

    Such a wonderful Grandmother, I remember her teaching me to two step to Conway Twittyメs Iメd love to lay you down and her taking us to the union hill swimming pool, she would always make these Can BBQ Sandwiches, they were the best things. Trips to Florida, there so many people in that house, it was packed, but it was so much fun. I remember one spring break Mama, Mamas, Troy, Corey and I went to the house in Florida, it was the first time we had heard Elvira by the Oak Ridge Boys, she and Mama sang that song all the way back to TN, It was great. I love the way she would add Rメs to peoples names and when she would say my name モLizzzzabathヤ, so country sounding. The Fish fries, Sunday Dinners, Christmas, church dinners, and yes, she always had gum for us in church. She makes the best fried chicken, rolls and you canメt forget her banana pudding. Oh how Iメm going to miss you. I love you so much Mamas

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