Fred Leon Brisendine, 75, of
Paris died Wednesday, Nov. 23,
2005, at the Henry County Med-
ical Center emergency room.
He was married on April 11,1953,
to the former Merrye Hall, who
His funeral will be at noon
Saturday at McEvoy Funeral
Roger Banks of East Wood Church
of Christ, where Brisendine was
a member, will officiate. Burial
will be in Olive Branch Cemetery
near Cottage Grove.
Selected as pallbearers are
Elmer Broach, Everett Moody,
Leon Bumpus, Ray Tucker,
Frank Parker and Jimmy Wynn.
Visitation is planned 4-8 p.m.
today and after 11 a.m. Saturday.
|Born March 29, 1930, in Paris,
he was a son of Fred Lee Brisendine
and Florence Miller Brisendine,
now both deceased.
Brisendine worked for 34-1/2
years at Holley carburetor plant,
formerly of Paris.
In addition to his wife, he
leaves two sons: James Stephen
Brisendine of Paris and Fred L.
Brisendine Jr. of Tupelo, Miss.;
one sister: Joan Cain of Semi
One brother: Jimmy L. (Shannon)
Brisendine of Kansas City, Kan.;
Amanda, Aron and Stephen
Allan Brisendine and Brisendine;
and two great-grandchildren:
Zoie and Aden Bowden.
He also was preceded in death
by a sister: Wilma Mathis.
Reprinted from the Paris
November 23, 2005 ~ Used by permission.
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