Berry Highland Memorial

5315 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN


Mildred W Tucker

August 11, 1927September 3, 2020

Mildred Anderson Wilhite Tucker, born August 11, 1927, went to be with our Lord on September 3, 2020 at 93 years young.

She was a woman of beauty and strength and truly left a legacy of exemplified courage to her family and anyone she came in contact with.

Preceded in death by her husbands of 25 years, Jack L. Wilhite, awesome husband and best daddy ever and Thomas Tucker of 10 years, great stepfather. Parents, George and Nora Anderson, brothers, George Anderson, Jr. and Charles Anderson, sister, Mary Anderson Bell and daughter, Jackie Wilhite Stewart.

Survivors include sister, Barbara Anderson Fair (William), children, Cindy Wilhite Smith (Lynn), Debbie Wilhite Turner (Gene) and Philip R. Wilhite, son-in-law Dan Stewart, grandchildren, Amy Stewart (Julie), April Daugherty (David), Bryan Smith (Sarah), Natalie Stewart Harris (Michael), Grant Turner (Leigha), ReAnna Wilhite, Paige Wilhite Confer, Devan Wilhite Ausmus (Phillip) and Kasey Wilhite Jones (Jeremy), great grandchildren, Haylie Hayden, Hannah and Hadison Daugherty, Jackson Powell, Hannah Smith, Braxton Brewster, Sydney Harris, Carlie Jenkins and Lynx Ausmus and numerous nieces and nephews.

We would like to thank all the staff on the 4th wing at Westmoreland Health and Rehab Center where our Mom was taken very good care of for twelve long years.

A special thank you to the staff of Parkwest Hospital 5th floor for all the kindness and caring they gave to our Mom.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Westmoreland Health and Rehab Center, 5837 Lyons View Pike, Knoxville, TN, 37919.

Family and friends will meet at the Chapel of Berry Highland Memorial at 12:45pm Sunday, September, 6, 2020 to proceed to Whispering Waters in the Berry Highland Memorial Cemetery for a 1pm interment service with Pastor Melvin Colon' officiating.


  • Graveside Service

    Sunday, September 6, 2020


Mildred W Tucker

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Donna Wilhite Dennis

September 5, 2020

Nannie was a spit-fire lady. She was known for her flair of bold colors, jewels and shiny baubles. She was a wonderful mother-in-law and a wonderful Nannie. She was admired, loved and adored. She will surely be missed.

Jerry. Frances. Mcmillan

September 4, 2020

We’ve been dear friends of Lynn Cindy smith for many years. I can see where Cindy learned to style. Just like her beautiful mom. Rest with Jesus now. Love. Jerry. Frances mcmillan


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