Hibbett & Hailey Funeral Home

429 Donelson Pike, Nashville, TN


Janet Kay Lunn

March 27, 1948July 30, 2020

Janet Kay Lunn was born on March 27, 1948 and passed away on July 30, 2020 and is under the care of Hibbett & Hailey Funeral Home.

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Tamara Marbut

August 6, 2020

To Mr. Lunn,
You and your whole family are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Tamara Marbut, Courtney Davis, Wendy Haddix and Gail Morton
SunTrust Bank Donelson, TN.

Kathy Bell

August 5, 2020

Sendimg prayers and love to Mr.John from Kathy Bell ,Steve and Aaron Cbubb from Donelson Kroger

Lee Ann & Rob Vermeulen

August 4, 2020

All of our love and condolences go to Lesia and Steve and wish their family peace and the strength to get through missing Lesia's sweet momma. We are thinking of you during these difficult times.
xoxo Rob & Lee

Clifton Posey

August 4, 2020

I am so sorry. I remember her well in Oneida as a child. We attended High Point Baptist church, and would go to a little cafe down the hill for a coke. I am 3 years older than her. God bless.

Misty Henry-Key

August 3, 2020

I feel lost without her already but I know somehow she's still gonna talk me through everything when I need her, just like she always has. I honestly don't think I would be here today if it weren't for Aunt Janet...she never gave up on me and I will always be so grateful to have had her in my life. I will always be her sunshine girl. I have so many wonderful memories that include her but I guess I would have to say top 2 are Opry land vacation with Jodi and bowling with Janet & Lesia. Love you Uncle John, Karen & Lesia

Pamela Maloy

August 3, 2020

Aunt Janet, I’ll never forget how loved you always made me feel. You were there for me when my momma passed, when grandma passed, when my husband passed and when my daddy passed . You were just always there and somehow always made me laugh. Now when I look back on our memories I still get to laugh. Until we meet again, love you always,

Heather Ozee (Choate)

August 3, 2020

Aunt Janet, I have many fun memories of you when I was little staying with you, Lisa and Karen at your house by Big Mamaw’s and then as an adult getting to see my Isabel fall in love with you while we visited Big Mamaw. She even gave your alter ego a name, Aunt Jackie! And you were always so sweet to me and my momma. It was impossible for anyone to be in a room with you and not be laughing! I know that we all will miss you, especially your girls, but I also know the Lord is getting quite the treat now that you’re in the house, and he probably has never laughed so hard! Love you 😘 sending you a Big squeeze pop hug!!!

Casey Davis

August 3, 2020

Janet and John Lunn two of the most wonderful people I have ever known! May God bless you and keep you allways. You are in our prayers. the Davis brothers Casey and Jason

Kathy Choate

August 3, 2020

My sister, Carol "Susie" Parks and I have fond memories of Janet dating back to childhood. It was always a treat to spend the night with her when we were in TN visiting grandparents.
Our connection always felt immediate, even if years had passed. She was a shining star full of life and laughter.
Our condolences to John and the rest of the family. We miss her. Love to you all.

Lesia Latanation

August 3, 2020

You were a gift, Momma. I treasured every moment I had with you. There was not a single person in the world who ever met you that you didn't embrace and shine your light on. You loved everyone, and they knew it. You were my biggest cheerleader and my best friend. But, I think you made everyone feel that way. I miss you so much. I love you so much, but I am glad that you went peacefully and with dignity. I'll spend the rest of my life trying to make you proud.


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