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James Franklin Teague

5 août 19476 avril 2021
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James Franklin Teague, age 73, of Lavergne, Tennessee, passed away on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. Mr. Teague was the son of the late Sally Ida Smith. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Deborah Overbay Teague; daughter, Veronica Dixon and her husband Scott, her children, Seth Dixon and his wife Tonya, Erika Dixon, Christopher Dixon and his wife Jessica, Anthony Dixon and his wife Samantha and Miranda Dixon; daughter, Tonya Teague and her children, Casy May Hakala and wife Justine, Dennis Teague, Julie Reynolds and Frank Teague; son, Allen Teague and wife Melanie and his children, Annastatia and her husband Michael and James Teague; grandchildren, Lyra, Isabellah and Robert Dixon, Emma Dixon, Mateo Dixon, and Aston and Abel Dixon, and Beau and Christopher; best friend, Danny; and his fur babies, Dixie, Papi and Pete. Services to celebrate Mr. Teague will be at Two O’clock the afternoon of Sunday, April 11, 2021 at Roselawn Funeral Home with visitation from Two O’clock until Four O’clock on Saturday afternoon, April 10, 2021, also at Roselawn Funeral Home. Placement will follow in Roselawn Memorial Gardens. Mr. Teague was a proud Army veteran, having served during the Vietnam War and he was a Purple Heart Recipient. He was also a truck driver and loved to work on cars and trucks. Due to the current health situation, we are not accepting food into the funeral home. If you would like to provide that for the family, please contact them to deliver to their home. Roselawn Funeral Home, 5350 NW Broad Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37129, 615-893-2742.

Services

  • Gathering of Family and Friends

    samedi, 10 avril , 2021

  • Service to Celebrate

    dimanche, 11 avril , 2021

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Sharry Overbay

9 avril , 2021

Sending you my deepest Sympathies to all the family. He will always be in your hearts until you see him again in heaven.

Tonya Teague

8 avril , 2021

From time to time I'd sit around & talk about my dad to anyone & everyone who would listen & just from my words alone I'd hear responses like "wow that man is a saint" or I'd hear " omg he's crazy" & I'd hear " wow you're dad sounds incredible I wish my my dad was that awesome" ! Yes, never 1 negative word to describe my awesome off da wall pop pal ! Now these responses were from childhood to the other day & we were taught not to sugar coat anything but the word I best describe my daddy is absolutely MY HERO !!!! My sister & I are both daddy's little girls or daddy's little monsters depending on the day but he spoiled us & I feel very sad for any female who never got to have the experience of having the most outrageous daddy in the world! I don't want my daddy to be gone but my dad & mom raised us kids right so we'll keep him alive every day ! So remember he liked to sit around & tell jokes & get his grandsons to try different things regardless of how crazy it might seem & hilarious! My dad loved his family but he'd make sure you never mistaked his kindness for weakness cus if anyone tried let's say it was a lesson well learned! This man James Teague aka Good James is a legend!!!! My Hero !!!! Love you !!!

Jessi Fitzgerald

8 avril , 2021

I'll never forget how my uncle James lost his fingers.. It bothered me as a kid.. Bc I felt bad for him bc it must have hurt! Anyways he would go on to tell me that 2 big wolves jumped up and attacked his hand.. Later in life I learned what really happened.. And I'm glad I believed his story as long as I did. It was way cooler.. Bc I was so sure he beat those wolves up for taking his fingers.. And from that first moment on, I knew he was the strongest person I knew.
To my family.. Yes he will be missed.. But his memory lives forever.
If you ever want to visit or talk.. Just call or email... Jessifitzy@yahoo.com 865 248 4385
Much love.. Jessi Fitzgerald... Your cousin... Aunt Dianes daughter.

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Biographie

James Franklin Teague, age 73, of Lavergne, Tennessee, passed away on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. Mr. Teague was the son of the late Sally Ida Smith. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Deborah Overbay Teague; daughter, Veronica Dixon and her husband Scott, her children, Seth Dixon and his wife Tonya, Erika Dixon, Christopher Dixon and his wife Jessica, Anthony Dixon and his wife Samantha and Miranda Dixon; daughter, Tonya Teague and her children, Casy May Hakala and wife Justine, Dennis Teague, Julie Reynolds and Frank Teague; son, Allen Teague and wife Melanie and his children, Annastatia and her husband Michael and James Teague; grandchildren, Lyra, Isabellah and Robert Dixon, Emma Dixon, Mateo Dixon, and Aston and Abel Dixon, and Beau and Christopher; best friend, Danny; and his fur babies, Dixie, Papi and Pete. Services to celebrate Mr. Teague will be at Two O’clock the afternoon of Sunday, April 11, 2021 at Roselawn Funeral Home with visitation from Two O’clock until Four O’clock on Saturday afternoon, April 10, 2021, also at Roselawn Funeral Home. Placement will follow in Roselawn Memorial Gardens.
Mr. Teague was a proud Army veteran, having served during the Vietnam War and he was a Purple Heart Recipient. He was also a truck driver and loved to work on cars and trucks.
Due to the current health situation, we are not accepting food into the funeral home. If you would like to provide that for the family, please contact them to deliver to their home.
Roselawn Funeral Home, 5350 NW Broad Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37129, 615-893-2742.