Clarence Eurcil Shelton
August 1, 1929 -
October 20, 2014

Visitation

October 22, 2014
5-8 P.M.

Service 

October 23, 2014
12 P.M.

Interment

Obituary

Funeral services for Clarence Eurcil Shelton, age 85 of Fayetteville, will be conducted Thursday at 12 p.m. the Park City Church of Christ with Bro. Paul Clayton officiating. Burial will follow in the Lincoln Cemetery. Mr. Shelton passed away Monday night at his residence.

A native of Lincoln County, he was the son of the late Clarence W. and Maude Osbourne Shelton. Mr. Shelton was retired from Kraft and was a member of the Park City Church of Christ where he served as an Elder for 26 years.

Survivors include his wife Hazel Cunningham Shelton of Fayetteville, daughter Amy S. (Ronnie) Kemp of Lawrenceburg, son Ricky W. (Silver) Shelton of Fayetteville, grandchildren Tiffani Danner, Brad Shelton, Jared Shelton, Tambry Kemp Brechon, Toshea Lynn Williams, Troy Kemp and Trina Kemp, great-grandchildren Callie Shelton, Aubrie, Shelton, Ty Danner, Austin Maychrzak, Ally Maychrzak, Ragan Brechon, Hazel Brechon, Stella Brechon, Avery Williams, Asher Williams, and one sister Velma Marty.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 201 West Lincoln Street, Tullahoma, TN. 37388

Visitation with the family will be Wednesday evening 5-8 p.m. at Higgins Funeral Home.

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8 Comments

  1. Terry Cheatham

    So sorry to hear about your dad, we only heard of his passing today. Our thoughts are with you.

    Terry and Jane

    Reply
  2. David & Nancy Mills

    Hazel, Rickey, and family, So sorry for your loss! Eurcil was a wonderful man, and we have treasured his friendship and fellowship across the years. Our prayers for God’s comfort are with you all!

    Reply
  3. Linda & Howard Portz

    Dear Hazel and Family, Our hearts go out to you. We are so saddened by your loss of dear Eurcil. May god Bless and keep you.

    Reply
  4. Shanna Mccormick Mann

    May peace and comfort be with you all during this difficult time.

    Reply
  5. Gary and Brenda Badenhop

    Ricky, you and your family are in our thoughts at this sad time.

    Reply
  6. bobby sharp

    i’m sorry to hear about Eurcil passing. I worked with him at Kraft he was a great friend.

    Reply
  7. Markeita (Shelton) Novak

    I have lots of fond memories of growing up around Uncle Eurcil and Aunt Hazel. My thoughts and prayers are with Amy, Ricky and the family. Love to all.

    Reply
  8. Judie Altmeyer

    Hazel & family sorry to hear to hear of Eurcil passing. I’ve known him since he worked at Kraft & we had The Lamplighter. He would order co

    ffee.& immidately. Start to drink.He could drink the hottest coffee. I haven’t seen him in a number of years He was a wonderful. He will greatly missed

    Reply

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8 Comments

  1. Terry Cheatham

    So sorry to hear about your dad, we only heard of his passing today. Our thoughts are with you.

    Terry and Jane

    Reply
  2. David & Nancy Mills

    Hazel, Rickey, and family, So sorry for your loss! Eurcil was a wonderful man, and we have treasured his friendship and fellowship across the years. Our prayers for God’s comfort are with you all!

    Reply
  3. Linda & Howard Portz

    Dear Hazel and Family, Our hearts go out to you. We are so saddened by your loss of dear Eurcil. May god Bless and keep you.

    Reply
  4. Shanna Mccormick Mann

    May peace and comfort be with you all during this difficult time.

    Reply
  5. Gary and Brenda Badenhop

    Ricky, you and your family are in our thoughts at this sad time.

    Reply
  6. bobby sharp

    i’m sorry to hear about Eurcil passing. I worked with him at Kraft he was a great friend.

    Reply
  7. Markeita (Shelton) Novak

    I have lots of fond memories of growing up around Uncle Eurcil and Aunt Hazel. My thoughts and prayers are with Amy, Ricky and the family. Love to all.

    Reply
  8. Judie Altmeyer

    Hazel & family sorry to hear to hear of Eurcil passing. I’ve known him since he worked at Kraft & we had The Lamplighter. He would order co

    ffee.& immidately. Start to drink.He could drink the hottest coffee. I haven’t seen him in a number of years He was a wonderful. He will greatly missed

    Reply

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