Thomas Vanhooser

Born in Jackson County, TN on June 28, 1934

Departed on April 16, 2015 and resided in Cottontown, TN

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Thomas Vanhooser – Age 80 of Cottontown passed away April 16, 2015.
Mr. Vanhooser was a kind, loving and caring man, who would always make you laugh, smile and feel welcome. He was a hardworking man, who would work all day and then come home and farm all evening. He enjoyed farming, fishing, hunting, being outdoors, raising animals and most of all spending time with his family. He was a great man who will be dearly missed.
Preceded in death by his parents, Beatrice Loama “Jack” Vanhooser & Edgar Alton “Buddy” Vanhooser; wife Leavelle Vanhooser. Survived by his children, Pam Rogers (Royce) & Mike Vanhooser (Teresa); grandchildren, Allen Rogers (Amy), Dewayne Rogers (Susan), Heather Stockeland (Christopher) & Holly Vanhooser; great-grandchildren, Link, Livia, Layden, Layla Kate, Emily, Elizabeth & EllaRose; many extended family members and friends.
A Life Celebration will be held 2:00pm Sunday at Crestview Funeral Home with Pastor Mike Brady officiating. Burial will follow in Crestview Memory Gardens. Visitation will be 2:00pm – 8:00pm Saturday & 12:00pm – 2:00pm Sunday at Crestview Funeral Home 1623 Hwy 109 N. Gallatin, TN, 37066, 615-452-1943, crestviewfh.com

2 Comments to Mr. Thomas Vanhooser

  1. Acep
    September 21, 2015 8:40 am

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  2. Ella
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