A life celebration for Faye Flynt, age 77, of Fayetteville, TN, will be held at 2 PM on Saturday, August 27, 2022, at Higgins Funeral Home with Bro. Tommy Howell officiating. Burial will follow in the Kirkland Cemetery. Visitation with the family will be from 12 PM until 2 PM on Saturday, August 27th at Higgins.
Faye was born on September 4, 1944, in Lincoln County, Tennessee to the late Earl and Nina Washburn. She worked as an LPN for the late Dr. Jones, Donalson Care Center, and recently retired from working with Dr. Barnes. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and driving them to school. Faye was a member of the Kirkland Baptist Church. She passed away on August 13, 2022, at Donalson Care Center.
Survivors include her son, Wayne (Beverly) Towry; special friend, A.C. Flynt; grandchildren, Kristopher Towry, Heidi (Ryan) Mann, Audrey Towry, Terra (Daniel) Shockley, and Shane (Ashleigh) Kent; great-grandchildren, Reagan Mann, Parker Mann, Blake Shockley, Evy Shockley, and Liam Kent; and sister, Melba (Joe) Simmons. In addition to her parents, Faye was preceded in death by her first husband, Wilford Towry; second husband, Jim Flynt; son, Kenneth Towry; and a brother, Tommy Washburn.
Memorials may be made to the Fabulous Fifties Foundation, PO Box 934, Fayetteville, TN 37334.
Higgins Funeral Home is honored to be serving the family to Faye Flynt.
Faye was a wonderful nurse to my husband Mark and always was willing to lend an ear or a shoulder to me as I navigated Mark’s health challenges. Thank you so much! ❤️
Faye I miss you so much even though I hated to see you so sick I am so honored I got to care for you the last few days of your life!!!!!!!!!!!! I hope you are seeing and hearing all the wonderful things people are saying about you !!!!!!!!!!!!! You touched so many lives and cared for so many patients through the years! I love you and I know you are flying high!!!!!!
I’ve work with her also. She a very good person. She also help to help me when I when to dr.office She work at this Dr. Office where I had to go when I had mine little boy enter this world back 1975.
So sorry to hear the passing of Ms. Faye. She was my late husband’s aunt by marriage. Prayers that God grant her family comfort and peace now and days ahead.
Teri Marty Pitts
Wayne, Sorry to read about your Mother. Thoughts and Prayers for You and Your Family.
My prayers to the family ♥️ Ms. Faye. An incredible nurse and the sweetest friend. I learned so much from her in the 3 years we worked together. Oh how her patients adored her. She cared so much for me and my baby girl. I wish my daughter could’ve gotten the chance to meet sweet sweet faye. Ms. Faye made sure I was always taken care of during the work hours. She would pull me to the side check my blood pressure and would make sure I had eaten and would even do my work for me most day as if she didn’t have enough on her plate. She loved Her granddaughters, sons, family and AC very much. I loved listening to stories about them all. She had such a great personality and a funny sense of humor. My life will forever be touched by this kind lady. May her legacy live on. You will not be forgotten Ms. Faye
My sweet friend whom I always enjoyed working with @ Lincoln Skilled Care. I’m so lost for words. I remember you when I was like 7 years old. I remember when you started working for Dr W.D Jones. Fay was a very professional nurse whom always gave her patients center attention! She will be missed by many and I know she’s flying high in heaven with Kenneth. My deepest condolences to all her family and friends! Prayers for you all. I loved Mrs Faye like family! Fly High Sweet Lady until we meet again!
So sorry to hear about Mrs Faye she wS a very sweet person I had many conversation with her especially about the weather she was a good kind nurse God comfort the family and remember the good memories
I loved this woman! My father (George J. Wright) worked for Dr. William D. Jones and I grew up around the office staff. Her son Kenneth and I were friends too. We rode bicycles and go carts together. She was a great nurse. The last time I saw her we hugged and reminisced. Family, you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Timothy G. Wright
To The Family: I am sorry to hear of your loss. I went to high school with Faye. I always remember her with such a
sweet and friendly personality.
May she rest in peace.
Joyce Minor Moss
So sorry for your loss praying for family and friends