Paul Glen Connor

Born in Glendale, TN on June 30, 1941

Departed on December 29, 2018 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Paul Glen Connor, age 77, departed this life at his home on Saturday, December 29. He was born June 30, 1941 in Glendale, Tennessee to Isaac and Inez Connor who preceded him in death along with his son, Clint, and four brothers: Melvin, Kent, Thomas, Gene and a sister, Nellie Rouse.
He was a long time member of the former Whites Creek Church of Christ and most recently Charlotte Heights Church of Christ. He was a talented musician with the Southland Band and loved Bluegrass Music which will assure there will be a Bluegrass in heaven.  He was retired from the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County as an EMT at Bordeaux Hospital.
Survivors include his loving wife, Joan Butler Connor.  They had been married 58 years; a granddaughter, Leslie Connor Morris; a great granddaughter, Josie Fay Morris and special friend and caretaker, Donna Canfield; three brothers, Carroll, I. P. (Pug) and Pat and three sisters: Wilma Adcock, Mary Dell Gilchrist and Shirley Harvey.
Visitation will be on Wednesday, January 2 from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the West Harpeth Funeral Home on Charlotte Pike in Nashville and from 12 noon until service time at 1 p.m. on Thursday, January 3 by Brother Johnny Connor and Brother Josh Burnett.
Pallbearers; Michael and Anthony Pascual, Keith Powers, Danny Canfield, Charlie Hudson and David Hice.  Honorary pallbearers: Dr. Wesley Clark Ray and staff and his Bluegrass friends.  In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the building fund of Charlotte Heights Church of Christ, 6833 Old Charlotte Pike, Nashville, TN 37209.  Interment at Forest Hills Cemetery in Ashland City, Tennessee.

10 Comments to Paul Glen Connor

  1. Judy and Cecil McCreary says:

    Paul was one of the kindest people I ever met. I loved him just like a brother. We formed Southbound band in 1997 he taught me to play bass and sing higher than him. I could go on and on. Cecil said he was as close to a genius as anyone he had ever met. Anything he done he done it right. RIP Our Friend

  2. Miriam Taylor McKinzie says:

    I remember him from when I worked at General Hospital and I worked on 2 East with Joan . I loved working with her ! I had wondered how they were doing throughout the years . I lost contact with too many of my former coworkers once I moved to Texas . My condolences to you Joan and your family . Praying for God to comfort you .

  3. Vickey Setters says:

    Raymond and I loved Paul. He was a good man and a very talented person. I will miss him. My prayers are for Joan. She is a strong person and knows that someday we will meet him and Raymond again. What a joyous reunion.

  4. Shirley Carter says:

    Paul was a good person and he will be missed by many. Prayers for Joan.

  5. Linda Horton says:

    Uncle Paul I know You and Daddy are Picking and Grinning Big Time right now.We have all had some Good times through the years and I Will truly Miss you.

  6. John Sarmiento says:

    Thank you for taking a chance on me all those years ago…. I will always remember you…Rest in Peace sir!!

  7. Daryl & Sandy Coles says:

    Paul was a good person and will be missed. Thoughts and prayers for Joan, we miss and love you both, miss the times we had at Whites Creek Church.

  8. Sarah conway says:

    Danny and I give our condolences he wii be greatly missed.

  9. Christie Anderson says:

    Aunt Joan, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Uncle Paul was a wonderful man and a talented musician. He will be sorely missed by many. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs your way. I love you.

  10. Kim Richardson Tyler says:

    Mrs. Joan, I am so sorry. I just found out about Mr. Paul. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

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