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Friday December 18th, 2020
10:00am - 2:00pm

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Graveside Service


Friday December 18th, 2020
2:00pm

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Louie C. Kirby

Louie C. Kirby, age 84 of Hendersonville and formerly of the Goosehorn Community in Macon County, TN passed away Tuesday night, December 15, 2020 at Skyline Medical Center in Nashville. Louie Kirby is at the Anderson & Son Funeral Home in Lafayette.

 

Graveside Services for Mr. Louie Kirby will be conducted on Friday, December 18th, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. from the Anderson & Son Memorial Park with his family officiating. Interment to follow with Military Honors by the United States Navy.

 

Visitation with the family will begin on Friday from 10:00 a.m. until Service time at 2:00 pm at the Anderson & Son Funeral Home in Lafayette. 

 

The family requests memorials be made to Clark Cemetery. You may make these memorials by calling or coming by the funeral home.

 

He is survived by: Daughters & sons-in-law, Jo & Hugh Wayne Clark of Red Boiling Springs, Beverly Jones of Nashville, Hollee & Kevin Butler of Lafayette; Son and Daughter-in-law: Anthony & Angela Kirby of White House; 5 grandchildren, Brandon (Lindey) Clark, Emily Clark all of Lafayette, Matthew (Chelsea) Jones of Red Boiling Springs, Kristin (Anthony) Reid of Lafayette, Blake Kirby of Nashville; 10 great-grandchildren, Mali, Roman & Stella Clark, Kyra & Aubrey Gregory, Matthew (M.J.) Jones II & Gracey Jones, Kinslee  Brody, & Nolan Reid, sister, Dorothy Stafford of Red Boiling Springs.

 

Arrangements entrusted to Anderson & Son Funeral Home, Lafayette, Directors, 615-666-4011


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Guestbook

I worked with captain Kirby off and on during my career in Corrections. He was a great employee and could always be depended on to get the job done regardless of obstacles. Salute Captain. Thanks for all the times you made us better and found a way to get it done.

J R Miller Dec 18 2020 12:00 AM

As a young boy one of my earliest memories of my Uncle Louie was seeing him in his Navy uniform. I thought that was the coolest thing, especially when he let me wear his cap. Thankful for all the memories.

Bill VanHooser Dec 17 2020 12:00 AM

I remember visiting every summer with my parents, Bonnie (Louies sister) and John Desits from South Bend. We always had so much fun and looked forward to seeing our Tennessee cousins. May he RIP.

Bev Bogunia Dec 16 2020 12:00 AM