Mary Yarbrough Grass

Born in Union, SC on September 13, 1922

Departed on March 21, 2012 and resided in Nashville, TN

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GRASS, Mary Yarbrough- Age 89, passed away on March 21, 2012. Survived by her husband, John L. Grass; children, Brenda Grass Nash Thomas E., Jr., Larry Grass Sallie, Dennis C. Grass Angela; grandchildren, Beth Nash Barker, Catherine Nash Gay, Thomas E. Nash III, Rachel Nash Brownlee, Larry R. Grass, Jr., Jason C. Grass, Jennifer Self Groce and Brandon Carter Grass, Mark M. Hogewood, Jay C. Hogewood and Lynn Schuck; 25 great-grandchildren; brother, Bobby Yarbrough Sara and numerous nieces and nephews. She was a devoted wife and loving mother. Mrs. Grass had a lifetime involvement, commitment and service to the Baptist Church. She took over her husband's insurance sales job putting him through both college and seminary. She was the first woman agent for Imperial Life Insurance Company and the first woman to qualify for awards and convention for The Western and Southern Life Insurance Company. She was loved and will be missed by all of her family. The life celebration service will be at 3pm on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 with visitation beginning at 1:30 at Harpeth Hills Funeral Home. Interment at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. HARPETH HILLS FUNERAL HOME, 9090 Hwy 100, Nashville, 615 646-9292

4 Comments to Mary Yarbrough Grass

  1. Bobby Grass says:

    I thank God that you are my grandmother. You touched a lot of people. May your spirt live forever in all yhe people you touched. I love you.

  2. Debbie Cobb says:

    I am so sorry for your loss and will keep your family in my prayers. Mrs. Grass was a wonderful person and Pastor’s wife. At Poroporone in the late ’70’s and early ’80’s, she was our Young Adult Sunday School Teacher. We had so much fun in her class; she was a wonderful teacher. I will always remember that about her. May you find comfort in God’s love during this time.

  3. Adrian F Grass says:

    I share your grief as there are not as many of us let to carry the name GRASS.

  4. Marita Hughes says:

    Keeping the family in thought and prayer during this sad time.
    Just remember this is a time for gathering all the best of a good life into pages of memory, to be held in the heart forever and praying that memories will bring the family peace and comfort.
    With deepest sympathy,
    Southerland Place