OBITUARY

Joni Lynn Roach ~ Henegar

April 12, 1959February 15, 2021
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Joni was born in Madison, Tennessee on April 12,1959. She graduated from Madison High School in 1977. She soon found her passion and worked as a Dental Assistant for 30 years. She retired in 2015 and was currently working for Xtends in Hendersonville, Tennessee. During her life she held the honor of being a Daughter, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, GG and Friend. Joni never met a stranger, she loved with her heart and soul making everyone a priority. If you knew Joni you knew she had a contagious spirit, wore a smile at all times, loved Gospel music and above all was her strong faith. Her memories will carry on in each person she met and she will be missed by all that knew her. Joni is survived by Husband Michael Henegar, Daughter Mandy (Jon) Travis, three daughters she loved as her own Teresa Harper, Michelle (Kelly) Garrison, and Susie (Jim) Gunter, Dad J.B Latimer, Eight Grandchildren, 6 Great Grandchildren and one due in June, Brother Bill Latimer, Three nephews and one niece. Preceded in death by her second husband Dr. Thomas Roach, Father Harold Young, Mother Maxine Latimer and Brother Steven Young.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021

  • Visitation

    Thursday, February 25, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, February 25, 2021

Memories

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BEVERLY {JUNE} UPCHURCH

February 25, 2021

I'M SAUNDRA COTHRANs SISTER, I DIDN'T KNOW U WELL BUT STILL HATED TO HERE IT... PRAYERs FOR U'R FAMILY HERE WHO WILL MISS U MOST...

SAUNDRA J {FRAKES}, COTHRAN

February 25, 2021

GOOD BYE OLE' FRIEND; HAVE KNOWN U SINCE WE WERE TEENs AT MADISON CREEK CHURCH & WHEN I DATED U'R BROTHER {STEVEN}...U'R SWEET FACE & SPIRIT WILL B GREATLY MISSED... COULDN'T B THERE 2 TELL U BYE; SO ENJOY U'R TIME WITH STEVEN; U'R MOM; U'R DAD & OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS THERE... I WILL C U AGAIN WHEN I GET THERE...

robin writesman

February 25, 2021

Joni,
I am going to miss you because we went to church together at Madison Creek Baptist Church and Long Hollow Baptist !
We had some fun times at church, church camp, playing church softball and just
being friends.
We always enjoyed listening to our favorite singing group The Music City Boys!
I will always cherish those many memories of us going to church together. I know without a doubt you are singing and hugging your family up in Heaven!
"Go Rest High on that Mountain "!
I love you my sweet friend and one day I will see you again!
Enjoy heaven Joni ! I love you!

Lora Weber

February 25, 2021

I so enjoyed working with Joni. She will definitely be missed. We would run into each other at Mike's in Westmoreland and there was always a hug and big smile! What a great soul - I will miss her greatly!

Amy Odom

February 23, 2021

Aunt Joni I knew the moment I met you when I was 8 years old I was going to love you for the rest of my life. You always made me feel special and loved and always treated Chris and I like we were blood relatives. Losing you has left an emptiness in my heart because I thought there would be more time with you. My world is darker but heaven is shining so bright with you up there looking over us all. Tell my Mom, Steve, and Granny we love them and will see all of you again.

Mandy Travis

February 23, 2021

My heart was not ready to face this day so soon. I was not expecting that call, you still had so many years left to live. If I could have saved you, if we could have, you can bet we would have moved mountains to do just that. God had other plans and he knew the moment your place was ready even though your loved ones was not prepared.
Anyone who had the pleasure to meet you loved you. You touched so many people with your bubbly attitude alone. Your employers had a rare breed with you momma and your patients adored you. As I sit and reflect on your life and all that you went thru it is hard to believe in a blink of an eye the phone calls and the text came to a stop. No more worrying over the politics or the sin in the world, no more worries, heartache or pain. You never lost faith and you were the biggest cheerleader for the local Gospel groups. I can only imagine now your singing in the choirs with all the angels. Possibly even throwing that soft ball. Walks in the sand will never be the same as I know how much you loved the ocean and found peace when you placed your toes in the sand. I bet paradise doesn't even compare.
You will leave a void to all that knew you but because of you we all have special memories. I am so sorry you will not see your Grandchildren move thru adult hood and watch your Great Grandbabies grow.
I hope your dancing in the sky, at peace and a guardian angel to your family. Your life on earth may be over but your eternal life has just begun. I will carry your memory on and you will be forever missed. Now prepare that place for me as you always promised and know it is not goodbye it is see you later. Forever my momma you will always be. Love you more than anything. (Mandy and Jon)

Melissa Clark

February 23, 2021

Joni was the most wonderful person I think I have ever known,
from her beautiful smile, sweet and loving personality to her
absolute kindness towards everyone! she was an amazing
person to know and love. Her family was well blessed having
her with them, as she loved them all so very much.
my thoughts and prayers are with you, but you have so
many wonderful memories of time together.
I pray for you all.

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Biography

Joni was born in Madison, Tennessee on April 12,1959. She graduated from Madison High School in 1977. She soon found her passion and worked as a Dental Assistant for 30 years. She retired in 2015 and was currently working for Xtends in Hendersonville, Tennessee. During her life she held the honor of being a Daughter, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, GG and Friend. Joni never met a stranger, she loved with her heart and soul making everyone a priority. If you knew Joni you knew she had a contagious spirit, wore a smile at all times, loved Gospel music and above all was her strong faith. Her memories will carry on in each person she met and she will be missed by all that knew her.
Joni is survived by Husband Michael Henegar, Daughter Mandy (Jon) Travis, three daughters she loved as her own Teresa Harper, Michelle (Kelly) Garrison, and Susie (Jim) Gunter, Dad J.B Latimer, Eight Grandchildren, 6 Great Grandchildren and one due in June, Brother Bill Latimer, Three nephews and one niece.
Preceded in death by her second husband Dr. Thomas Roach, Father Harold Young, Mother Maxine Latimer and Brother Steven Young.