Mrs. Jennie Robertson Huddleston of the Hogans Creek Community went peacefully to be with her Lord and Saviour with her husband, son and niece at her bedside at her Eastes Hollow Lane home on Friday afternoon April 13, 2018 under the loving care of Caris Hospice of Cookeville. She was 57 and suffered from cancer and had returned to their home on Tuesday the 10th from the Vanderbilt University Hospital where she had been being treated.
Pastor Jamie Duke officiated at the Monday afternoon April 16th funeral services from the Carthage Chapel of Sanderson Funeral Home. Following the 1 p.m. services burial was in the Garden of Everlasting Life at Smith County Memorial Gardens.
The Zellwood, Florida native was born Virginia Kaye Robertson in the Orange Memorial Hospital in Orlando in Orange County, Florida on January 11, 1961 and was one of ten children and the third child born to Elmer Forrest “Bud” Robertson who died February 27, 1990 at the age of 67 and Shirley Inez Silcox Robertson who died November 8, 2004 at the age of 65.
A sister, Carol Sue Robertson Bowman, died March 10, 2006 at the age of 43.
On June 18, 1992 in Cookeville, Mrs. Huddleston was united in marriage to Silver Point native Ricky Huddleston.
Before retiring she was employed at Hartman Luggage in Lebanon and later General Spring and Wire in Gordonsville.
She attended The Refuge Assembly of God in Carthage.
Surviving in addition to her husband of almost twenty six years are three children, Terry Franklin and James Franklin both of Carthage, Chelsey Huddleston of the Elmwood Community; two step-children, Richard Huddleston and Tammy Huddleston both of Carthage; siblings, Peggy Gray and husband Clayton of Carthage, Donna Givens and husband Mike of the Bradford Hill Community, Glenda Ramsey, Buddy Robertson and wife Kathy and Mark Robertson all of Carthage, Betty Jane Porter of Lebanon, Patricia Fleming and husband Ray of Lebanon, Ray Robertson and wife Sue of Norene; three grandchildren, Diana Franklin and Katie Franklin both of Carthage, J. T. Franklin of the Hickman Community; two great-grandchildren, Nevaeh and Gabriel Juarez.
SANDERSON of CARTHAGE