Ruby Marlene Hurt

Born on August 1, 1933

Departed on January 31, 2013 and resided in Clarksville, TN

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HURT, Ruby Marlene – Age 79 of Clarksville, TN passed away January 31, 2013. Mrs. Hurt is preceded in death by husband, Hollis Hurt; son, Jimmy Peery; sisters, Melba Carroll, Elizabeth Young, Bonnie Carroll, Betty Hinson; and brother, Rufus Akers, Jr. She is survived by her loving sons, Jeff Hurt Gayle, Keith Hurt Alison; step-son, Joe Hurt Linda; step-daughter, Starr Durham Michael; grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Visitation for Mrs. Hurt will be at Hendersonville Funeral Home 353 Johnny Cash Pkwy Hendersonville, TN, Sunday, February 3rd, 11 - 4 p.m. and Monday, February 4th, 10 – 12 p.m. Services for Mrs. Hurt will be on Monday at 12 p.m. in the chapel.

7 Comments to Ruby Marlene Hurt

  1. Diane Walker says:

    See you Sunday. Keep your eyes on the Lord and He will give you rest!

  2. jeff hurt says:

    Mom i wanna thank you for always being there for me . Im gonna miss your sense of humor , your smile & most of all hearing you tell me you loved me .ill see ya again in another place and another time LOVE YOU !!!!!!

  3. Candace Tripp Davaloz says:

    Aunt Marlene, we love u so much! You will be missed more than could know. You brought so much joy to my life and everyone who knew you.

  4. Shanna Crist says:

    I m gonna miss u be sure to tell grandma an granddaddy I love them n miss them as well u were a sweet soul an I ll never forget u I love u an will see u one day love u aunt Marlene

  5. Starr Durham says:

    God Bless…sending love, thoughts, and prayers…she is resting in peace!

  6. Keith Hurt says:

    Though it was hard to let you go, I had to. I hope you found everyone waiting for you with open arms and you were able to walk up and through the gates with that beautiful smile on your face. No more pain Mom except for what I will carry the rest of my life. I love you so much. Thank you for your guidance and love.

  7. Barbara Gilliam /Smith says:

    Love and prayers to each of you. I’ve had her on my mind, tried to call her friday but wouldn’t go through. She was a great friend and a joy to be around.She loved her children & siblings very much.We go way back and I have fond memories of our lives and treasure all of them. She’s been a trooper during her illness and always wore that beautiful smile. Love & Prayers Barbara