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Mollie Bell Rumley

1942 - 2021

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BRUCETON - Mrs. Mollie Bell Rumley, 78 of Bruceton, Tennessee, died Saturday, July 17, 2021 at the Life Care Center in Bruceton.

Funeral services are Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of Chase Funeral Home with Bro. Larry DePriest and Bro. Donald Ricketts officiating.  Interment follows in Bethlehem Cemetery. 

Mrs. Rumley was born December 30, 1942 in Huntingdon to the late Amos Williams and Audrey (Chandler) Williams. She was a retired production worker for the H. I. S. Company and a member of the First Pentecostal Church.

Other than her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Dwayne Rumley, one son, Jason Depriest, one daughter, Dana Depriest, two brothers, Patrick Williams, Dewey Williams, and one sister, Pansy J. Pace.

She is survived by one daughter, Regina Blankenship (Randy) of Huntingdon, one son, Norris DePriest (Shan) of Trezevant, two stepchildren, Eddie Rumley (Kim) of Huntingdon, Penny McGlasson (Jack) of Mt. Juliet, four sisters, Peggy Park (Wadell), Pattie Allen (Larry), both of Bruceton, Polly Melton (Billy), Patsy Hill, both of Huntingdon, three brothers, Amos Williams, Jr. (Delores) of Canton, Ohio, Daniel Williams (Joyce) and Dwight Williams (Martha), both of Huntingdon. She also leaves eight grandchildren, Jonathan Blankenship, Zachary Blankenship, Caleb Blankenship (Sheelah), Ansley Blankenship, Shane Depriest, Chancy Depriest, Autumn Powell, Tysen DePriest, seven step-grandchildren, Bethany Scanlon, Christa Rumley, Benjamin Parker, Brooke DePriest, Tanner Coleman, Sara McGlasson, Austin McGlasson, ten great-grandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren. Chase Funeral Home. 

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