Services for Pauline Johnson, 58, were Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. In the Williams Funeral Home Chapel, Columbia, Tennessee, with Rev. Ed Adams officiating.
Ms. Johnson was born July 12, 1933, in Columbia and died June 13, 1992, at her residence in Thackerville. She was the daughter of James H. And Maggie Pearl Spires.
Ms. Johnson had lived in Thackerville the last three years, moving there from Columbia. She was a nurses aid at Frontier Manor Nursing Home in Gainesville, Texas. Ms. Johnson was of the Baptist faith.
She is survived by her mother, Maggie Spires of Columbia; three sons, Larry Pierce, Wendell Pierce, and James Pierce, all of Columbia; three daughters, Janie Reed of Thackerville, Betty Jo Meacham of Wilson, and Janice Payne of Columbia; three brothers, J.P. Spires, Harold Spires, and Jr. Spires, all of Columbia; five sisters, Mary Nelson, Mattie Dawson, Doris Grooms, Marie Pierce, and Owella Collins, all of Columbia; 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Interment was in Rose Hill Cemetery, Columbia. Serving as pallbearers were Larry Pierce, Wendell Pierce, James Pierce, Jerry Scroggins, James Scroggins, Don Allison, and David Pierce.
Local arrangements were under the direction of the Anderson-Kennedy Funeral Home.
Source: Marietta Monitor, 19 June 1992, page 4
Source: Marietta Monitor, 28 Aug 2009, page 4
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