Margaret McClammy McConnell

Born in Uriah, AL on November 8, 1929

Departed on June 16, 2007 and resided in Nashville, TN

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McCONNELL, Margaret McClammy 77, went to rest in the arms of her Savior on June 16, 2007. Margaret was born November 8, 1929 in Uriah, Alabama to Wilbur and Hazel Sisemore McClammy. On June 25, 1947, she was united in marriage to Peter Benjamin McConnell, Jr. Benny. Benny worked for the L&N Railroad, and in 1967 they moved to Nashville for his job. Margaret was a member of the Charlotte Road Baptist Church where she served in the choir, then later, the Judson Baptist Church. She was a sales representative for Mary Kaye Cosmetics for many years, as well as being a homemaker and wonderful cook. Margaret was preceded in death by her parents, an infant brother, and her husband. She is survived by many friends and her loving family of children: Peter B. III Cyndie, Terry Beth, David Sharon McConnell, and Sharon Mike Tuttle; grandchildren: Thomas Rhonda, Joshua, Amanda, Benjamin, Jordan, Sehoy, and Jessica McConnell, and Laura and Corey Rhea; great grandchildren: Matt, Kahlie, and Morgan MCConnell, Jayden Rhea; sisters: Ann A.W. Ferguson, Skippy Cruitt, and Eleanor Donlad Melton; nieces and nephews. Interment will be at Montgomery Hill Methodist Cemetery in Tensaw, AL. Visitation is Monday, June 18, 2007, 3-8 pm at WEST HARPETH FUNERAL HOME 6962 Charlotte Pk 615352-9400 www.harpethhills.com

2 Comments to Margaret McClammy McConnell

  1. Gilbert P Huhlein Sr
    June 18, 2007 12:00 am

    I want to send my prayers and sympathy to the family. I know that Benny will now be happy. They are both now happy and at peace. I still today miss Benny. We worked together for years and he often spoke of Margaret. Each year we all went to the office Christmas party.

    Gil Huhlein an old L&N Friend

  2. Kaye Weathers
    June 18, 2007 12:00 am

    Margaret was a member of a Sunday School class at Judson Baptist Church that I had the privilege of leading in studying God’s Word. Margaret was always there and had a smile on her face even when she didn’t feel well. She had difficulty seeing and hearing, so I made it a point to sit close to her. I have very fond memories of her. Her Spirit was very kind and loving. She always thanked me for the lesson and hugged me when she left the class for Worship Service. Her hugs and words were from her heart. I will cherish her as one of the nicest women I’ve ever known. She gave me a scarf Christmas of 2006, and when I wear it, I can almost feel her hugs.