Lorie Ann Sexton, 52, of Goodlettsville passed away Saturday, April 9, 2022 at General Hospital, Nashville. Born in Nashville, April 5, 1970, Lorie was the daughter of the late Joseph Douglas Martin and Patricia Lee Costello Martin. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Randy (Nose) Sexton. As a young woman, Lorie was an avid softball player. She was a talented athlete and had set many records and won many trophies for her efforts in both fast pitch and slow pitch softball. She was a member of the first graduating class of the Hunters Lane High School in 1988. Lorie loved her family. Lorie loved her son, Hunter. He was her everything. She loved spending time with her nieces and nephews teaching them how to ride a bike, fish, play ball, read, just about anything the kids wanted to do. She loved to cook. She would watch all the cooking shows and then try all the new recipes. She was a very good cook. A hard-working and industrious woman, she would tackle anything. Lorie had worked for the former “Becky’s” florists in Goodlettsville along with Smith and Rogers in Nashville, at one time she was considered one of the top designers in Nashville. She also worked for Bates Nursery and landscaping, along with working at Waffle House for many years. Lorie is survived by her son, John Hunter Sexton; a brother, Doug (Brenda) Martin; her sisters, Patsy Moss (Carl) and Debbie Williams (Tom); nieces and nephews, Malanie, Emalee, Rebeka, Joseph, Josh, and Chelsea; 12 great-nieces and great-nephews; extended family members and friends. A celebration of life service is scheduled at the family home: 2886 Lower Walkers Creek Rd, Goodlettsville this Saturday, April 16th at 6 pm.
Saturday, April 16, 2022
Starts at 6:00am (Central time)
2886 Lower Walkers Creek Road, Goodlettsville