Vera Mae (Barham) Butler
April 18, 1931 – July 5, 2018
Vera Mae Barham Butler went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on July 5, 2018
Mrs. Butler was born on April 18, 1931 to Hersie Newton and Lula Hazel Maughmer Barham. She professed her faith in Christ on February 17 1946 at Madison Baptist Church in Madison Hall,TN. Mrs. Butler was retired from the Jackson Madison County Library in 2005 and previously had been with Union University and Sears. She was a faithful member of Calvary Baptist Church in Jackson, TN where she sang in the choir and taught Sunday school.
She was preceded in death by her husband Charles Malcolm Butler; sister, Katherine Lott ; brothers, Howard Kenneth and Vernon Barham; grandson, James Nathan Stoots, nephews; Mike Barham, Kenny Barham and niece, Joyce Barham Harris. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Charles Malcolm Butler Jr. and wife Tonya; daughters and sons in law, Ruth Taylor and husband Mike, Janice Murrell and husband Tim and Betty Stoots and her husband Lynn. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Wm David Stoots and wife Karen, Joshua Taylor, Bethany Taylor Luhrs and her husband Adam, Natalie Butler Scroggin and her husband Cory, Allyson Butler McGuire and her husband Keith, great-grandchildren Della Page and Suzanne Claire Scroggin, Davis Malcolm and Grant Wilson Mcguire; nieces and nephews Robert “Bobby” Barham, Delane L. Pusser, Faye L Plunkett, Suzanne B. Milstead, and Patrick Barham.
Funeral services will be conducted on Sunday July 8 at 3:30 PM in the North Chapel of George A. Smith and Sons with burial to follow in Ridgecrest Cemetery. Dr. Brent Lay will officiate the services. A visitation will be conducted on Sunday from 1:30 PM until the time of the service at 3:30 PM.
- Visitation with Friends and Loved Ones Sunday, July 8, 2018
- Celebration of Life Service Sunday, July 8, 2018
- Committal Service Sunday, July 8, 2018
Vera Mae (Barham) Butler
July 8, 2018
Aunt Vera, was one of a kind, and will be missed by all her family so much. She was a caring individual who loved all her family. As my sister has said, she would hug us and say she loved us before we left from seeing her. I remember all the meals we had together and her coming here to my house for a meal on special occasions. Aunt Vera, you lived your life as an example, all your family will always be proud of. You always wanted to keep in touch with your family, and you lived up to that, until you got where you weren't able to do so. We will miss you, but Heaven has gained an angel. Until we meet again! your niece Delane
July 7, 2018
Hard to put into words how much Aunt Vera meant to us. She never failed to say "I love you" as she gave me a hug as I left after visiting her. Aunt Vera is the one I will always have memories of, especially those walks we had around her neighborhood. The family dinners yrs ago with my grandparents(her Parents). The Thanksgiving dinners at her house after our Mother(her sister) passed away. These are memories and many others I will hold dear to my heart. Thank you Aunt Vera for leaving an example I hope I can follow.