Don Hammonds

Born in Lawrenceburg, TN on May 16, 1942

Departed on April 24, 2012 and resided in Franklin, TN

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HAMMONDS, William "Don"- Age 69, Franklin, April 24, 2012. He enjoyed a long career with Ford Motor Company later becoming an International Representative with United Auto Workers UAW. Preceded in death by parents Carl Nelson and Ruby Hammett Hammonds. Survived by his wife, Judy Hammonds; children, Melissa Russell, Kimberly Comer Mike, Donna Hayes Philip, Anne Katherine Tyoan Paul and Samuel McGee Nicole; grandchildren, Rachel Smithson, Brooke Russell, Tiffany Holt, Michael Comer, Kristen Comer, Russell Hayes, Yasmine Tyoan, Louae Tyoan, Austin McGee and Colton McGee; great-grandchildren, Aidan Russell, Kenzie, Rylie and Landon Holt; brother, Reverend Larry Hammonds Linda. A life celebration service will be at 2pm on Friday, April 27, 2012 at Harpeth Hills Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Mt. Hope Cemetery. Memorial Contributions may be made to the March of Dimes. Visitation, 6-8pm Thursday at HARPETH HILLS FUNERAL HOME, 9090 Hwy 100, Nashville, 37221615 646-9292

11 Comments to Don Hammonds

  1. Marvin Snoddy says:

    I am very sorry for your loss. Don was a good man.

  2. Mike and Mary Lisa Gingras says:

    We enjoyed getting to know Don and we know you will miss him dearly. He loved to spend time with you and made his grandchilldren smile!!

  3. Don and Jobie Corn says:

    He never knew a stranger, he always looked for people to help even though the task seemed impossible. God Bless His Sweet Soul and remember him in that Golden City forever and ever-Amen.

  4. phil mathias says:

    judy, so sorry to hear about don.

  5. Bobby Curtis says:

    Judy & Sam. we are very sorry for your loss. Don was a pleasure to work with and if I can be of any help to you or Sam, please do not hesitate to call of me. Respectfully, Bobby & Betty Curtis

  6. Brenda Howard says:

    My prayers are with Don’s family in the loss of their dear loved one. I will always remember Don and his unique personality. His saying “If the Good Lord’s willing and the creek don’t rise…” always brings a smile to my heart. Working with him on the TSP Team at UAW-Ford NPC will be an experience I’ll always remember. May the family find comfort in the words of John 5:24.

  7. Ron Mason says:

    Don will be greatly missed. He was a good man.

    Ron, Ford Quality Control Dept.

  8. Nan & Charlie Fink says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family in your time of grief. What a wonderful man to have had for so long……

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  10. Carol Whitaker says:

    Judy, I am so sorry to hear about Don…I lost my dear sweet Jim a few months ago unexpectedly, and that has rocked my world. I do know how you feel, and I want you to know I’m praying for you for strength to get through this very difficult time.

  11. Kathy Burnett says:

    Judy and Family, We are so saddened to hear of your loss.. We Loved Don and the Friendship we shared over the years.. We pray that the Good Lord keeps his arms securely around you and gives you the Peace and Strength to face the days ahead…Keeping you in our thoughts and Prayers… Love, Les and Kathy Burnett…