Billy C. Kinslow

Born in Crofton, KY on October 22, 1935

Departed on June 25, 2019 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Billy C. Kinslow, age 83, of Nashville, TN passed away at his home on Tuesday, June 25, 2019. He was born on October 22, 1935 in Crofton, Kentucky.
Billy is preceded in death by his parents Mildred Ruth and Willie F. Kinslow; sister, Maymie Fitts; and two brothers, Raymond Kinslow and Bobby Kinslow.
He is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Wanda Kinslow and their two daughters Tammi Newton(Tony) and Terri Armstrong(John). He is also survived by his grandchildren, Torie Clodfelter(Jared), Tyler Newton(Brittany), Tanner Newton(Taylor), Austin Armstrong, T.C. Newton, and Ty Newton; and great-grandchildren, Teagan Newton and Harrison Clodfelter.
Billy’s love went well beyond his immediate family and he gained many extended family members over the years including children: Jerry, Laurie, Barry, and Terry Whittaker; grandchildren, Joey, Tony, Kristie, Sarah, Shawna, John, Nikki, Jeffrey, Jonathan, Bethany, Dria, Keenan, and Ronan; and great-grandchildren, Bradin, Cooper, Kaysen, Trace, Everett, Hunner, Gracie, Remi, Bella, and Abigail.
Billy Honorably served his country in the United States Army for over 3 years. After the military, he went on to begin a career in the Ministry, serving Christ and delivering God’s word for over 50 years throughout middle Tennessee. He also worked many years laying tile. Billy was an avid KY Wildcat fan, and loved the sport of Baseball. His grandchildren held a special place in his heart and he seized every opportunity he could to watch them play sports.
A Celebration of Life will be held at West Harpeth Funeral Home in Nashville, TN on Friday, June 28, 2019 at 10:00am with Jack Davis and Eric Morrison Officiating. Visitation will also be held at the funeral home on Thursday, June 27, from 4:00pm until 8:00pm and again on Friday from 9:00am until the hour of service. Billy will be laid to rest at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Nashville.

13 Comments to Billy C. Kinslow

  1. Cheryl Bretz says:

    He was a very kind, caring Christian man, that followed Jesus teachings in his life. He was the minister that Baptized me and he also was the minister to bring my husband George & I together in Holy Matrimony on our wedding day, 34 years ago. I have watched as he did good works in the community to help people in need. He was amazing and I am sure he is in the arms of Jesus. Love and Prayers go out to his sweet family.

    • Tammi Newton says:

      Thank you so much Cheryl. We love you and your family and truly appreciate your very kind words. Tammi, Terri and Wanda and family

  2. Barbara Hudson says:

    Thank to Bro. Billy’s family for sharing him with so many through the years. He was such a dedicated man of God. He loved people and they loved him. He was always smiling no matter what was going on he truly trusted God with everything. He was a spiritual leader that lead not only in words but by the life he lived. I am sure God is saying, well done my good and faithful servant welcome home! I am keeping his family in my thoughts and prayers and I have been blessed to have him be a part of my life for so many years!! Love to you all !

    • Tammi Newton says:

      Barbara. My daddy loved you so much and I agree that Jesus welcomed him with a huge smile on His face as well!!!! Thank you for your kind words. You are a part Iof our family. Love always. Tamm Terri and Wanda and entire family.

  3. Barbara Hudson says:

    Thank you to the family of Bro. Billy for sharing him with so many others through out the years I am so blessed to have had him in my life for so many years. He was truly a man of God. Billy was always smiling no matter what was going on around him. He was a dedicated Christian man. He loved people and they loved him. I am sure that when he woke up in heaven God was saying, well done my good and faithful servant welcome home. I am keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers. I love you all!

  4. Tammi Newton says:

    Thank you so much Cheryl. We love you and your family and truly appreciate your very kind words. Tammi, Terri and Wanda and family

  5. Bill Clark says:

    Always a pleasure to visit while he was doing one of his favorite things watching his Grand Sons Play Basketball and Baseball! Maybe a few Football games as well! Will be missed by many and Loved by All! Prayers to the Entire Family and Know he is in good hands! Love Y’all! Bill & Sue Clark!

    • Tammi Newton says:

      Thank you so Mich Bill and Sue. He absolutely loved to be at a game. _ any game. He played himself til he was in his early 70s. Thank you again for always capturing my boys in action. My pictures are priceless to me. Tammi, teeri and Wanda and family.

  6. Diane (Hale) Bain says:

    Bro. Billy was an amazing man. When my husband and I purchased our house he put the tile in our bathroom. Went to church with him at West Nashville Southern Methodist Church. He is Sheltered in the arms of God now. Praying for the family

    • Tammi newton says:

      Thank you. I heard that a lot tonight. He served many many people. Either by laying tile or laying an amazing foundation for continued spiritual growth. Tammi

  7. Diana and George Mullen says:

    George and I loved Bro Billy. He was such a wonderful man of God. He married us almost 38 years ago and he helped preach Daddy’s funeral. I have never met anyone that had a bad thing to say about him or ever heard him say anything bad about anyone else. We know he is with our Lord today and we will all meet again. We are praying for all of you for peace and comfort.

    • Tammi Newton says:

      Thank you!!! We have definitely bee blessed by all the loving comments and stories we heard during visitation. Thank you for allowing my dad to serve your family. That was definitely one of his greatest gifts. I’ve been to many weddings and funerals as I tag alonged with my dad. Tammi, Terri and Wanda Kinslow.

  8. Jerri Dison Gupton says:

    So sorry for your loss. I remember Billy and Wanda from church at 61st Avenue Methodist and when Brother Walker started the church on Tennessee Avenue and I remember when Billy was called to preach. I haven’t seen them in years but they would remember the Disons and my sister Brenda Dison. Will keep your family in our prayers.

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