William Earl Newgent
March 26, 1919 -
February 12, 2013

Visitation

February 14, 2013
5-8 PM

Service 

February 15, 2013
11 AM

Interment

Obituary

Funeral services for Earl Newgent, age 93 of Flintville, will be conducted Friday morning at 11 a.m. at Higgins Funeral Home with Bro. Tim Britton and Bro. Wayne Hollingsworth officiating. Burial will follow in Moore Cemetery beside his wife Mary Louise Newgent. Mr. Newgent passed away Tuesday afternoon at Lincoln Medical Center.

A native of Lincoln County, Mr. Newgent was the son of the late Robert Lee and Bertha Mae Towry Newgent. He was a retired maintenance worker with the City of Nashville and a Missionary Baptist Minister for 68 years.

Survivors include two brothers Marshall Newgent and wife Paulette of Flintville and Granville
Lee Newgent and wife Faye of Flintville and several nieces and nephews.

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

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3 Comments

  1. Sherry Ivey

    Uncle Toe,

    Words can never express how special you are and how much you have meant to everyone. Your leaving left such an emptiness in our lives, but I know you are forever well now and in God’s presence and I can only imagine the smile on your face and I am so thankful that you are my uncle and for having you in my life, a true blessing. You touched everyone you met in such a special way, like an angel here on earth. We love you so much.

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  2. Bobby & Maple Ferguson

    What a long life so have to be thankful for that! Remember the good times. God Bless
    Prayers for all

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  3. James Bonner

    Marshall and Paulette;
    I’m sorry for the loss of your brother. He had a long and fruitful life, something to be thankful for even while you are mourning. I look forward to seeing each of you sometime when I visit ‘Fayetteville. I have many fond memories of you both.

    Jim

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3 Comments

  1. Sherry Ivey

    Uncle Toe,

    Words can never express how special you are and how much you have meant to everyone. Your leaving left such an emptiness in our lives, but I know you are forever well now and in God’s presence and I can only imagine the smile on your face and I am so thankful that you are my uncle and for having you in my life, a true blessing. You touched everyone you met in such a special way, like an angel here on earth. We love you so much.

    Reply
  2. Bobby & Maple Ferguson

    What a long life so have to be thankful for that! Remember the good times. God Bless
    Prayers for all

    Reply
  3. James Bonner

    Marshall and Paulette;
    I’m sorry for the loss of your brother. He had a long and fruitful life, something to be thankful for even while you are mourning. I look forward to seeing each of you sometime when I visit ‘Fayetteville. I have many fond memories of you both.

    Jim

    Reply

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