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Lottie Cook, 95
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Funeral services for Lottie Cook, 95, of Alexandria were held June 19 at Hunter Funeral Home. Rev. Don Rigsby and Rev. Thurman Seber officiated, with burial following at Salem Cemetery.She passed away June 16 at DeKalb Community Hospital.Born in DeKalb County, she was the daughter of the late William and Matilda Hale Crook and was preceded in death by her husband, Yank Cook; son-in-law, Carroll “John” Clemons; grandson, Christopher Clemons; great-grandaughter, Heather Thompson; step-sons, Robert, Roy and Carl Cook; four brothers and six sisters.Lottie was retired from the Auburntown Shirt Factory and was a member of Prosperity Baptist Church.She is survived by her daughters, Betty Jane (Ricky) Barrett and Linda Clemons both of Alexandria; sisters, Bertie Barrett and Lucille Laythe; step-daughter-in-law, Hazel Cook; grandchildren, Charlotte (Mark) Webster of Brush Creek, Julie (Shannon) Malone of Alexandria, Junior (Laura) Ashford of Smithville, Joyce (Ronald) Kelly of Brush Creek and Stephanie McGhee; great-grandchildren, Larissa Thompson, Reilly, MaKenna and Ryan Kelly, Caleb and Brady McGhee, Tanner Malone; great great grandchildren, Zoei and Zayne Thompson, Zayden Everette, Baylor and Bryce Thompson, Lyren Clark; step-grandchildren, Dorothy George, Puggy Cook, Joe Cook, Ronnie Cook, Pam Young, Lisa Rhody, Robbie Joan Fraizer, Susie Hights, Carol hale, Joann Jones, David Cook, Bre’l Ashford.Pallbearers included; Mark Webster, Shannon Malone, Ronald Kelly, Wayne Driver, Ted Ray and Hoyte Barrett.Hunter Funeral Home, Watertown, was in charge of arrangements.SMITHVILLE REVIEWSmithville, TNJune 25, 2014