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Mattie Mae (Cook) Teafatiller
Oct 6, 1908 - Jun 7, 1999
Posted by Martha Reddout

©Marietta Monitor
11 Jun 1999 Page 4

Services for Mattie Teafatiller, 90, of Marietta will be Friday at 10:30 a.m. in the Kennedy Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Tommy Higle officiating.

Born October 6, 1908, at Orr, the daughter of Will and Virgie Hogue Cook, Mrs. Teafatiller died June 7, 1999, in Lake Country Manor Nursing Home, Marietta. Mrs. Teafatiller had made her home in Marietta since 1969.  She was married to Vernon O. Teafatiller.  Mrs. Teafatiller was a homemaker and of the Baptist faith.

Survivors include five sons and daughters-in-law, Edwin and Carol Jean Teafatiller of Marsden, Orvell and Ruth Teafatiller of Veneta, Oregon, Milton and Sharon Teafatiller of Tishomingo, William and Chloe Teafatiller of Hurst, Texas, and Robert and Tanya Teafatiller of Falconhead; three daughters and sons-in-law, Geraldine Driskill of Hurst, Wanda and Robert Leslie of Calhoun, Kentucky, and Betty and Clay Robertson of Marietta; a daughter-in-law, Rita "Sissie" Teafatiller of Marietta; 21 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Teafatiller was preceded in death by her husband on August 26, 1969; and a son, Limuel "Lim" Teafatiller on Febraury 21, 1999.

 Services will be directed by Kennedy Funeral Home with interment in Lakeview Cemetery. 

Grandsons will serve as casket bearers. The family will receive friends Thursday evening from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

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